Posted by steve(ill) on October 18, 2012 at 14:36:02 from (188.8.131.52):
In Reply to: model posted by Bobby 9891 on October 18, 2012 at 09:47:25:
a B is about 5 ft wide outside to outside the rear tires. You can make is several inches smaller or a foot bigger if you mount the tires different. Axle width is constant on all from 1938- 1958. All Bs have a wide front end. a C is about 6 ft wide otuside to outside the rear tires. You can make that a few inches smaller, or a foot bigger if you rotate the rims and mount different. All Cs have the same rear axle width. The C was a 2 row crop tractor so a lot of them came with tricycle front end. You could get an adjustable box beam front axle if you paid extra. Probably 20% of them were made that way. Both tractors share the same transmission. belve gears, pto, torque tube, motor, radiator and hood.
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