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Re: Belly mower

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02-23-2013 11:13:34

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hi Old
Thanks but you already sent me the manual some time back
The pully is already adjusted to its maxamum and still agood two inches short, the mower came off a b so i know it should fit, only option i see is to modify the brackets, i am away at present outherwise i would have taken a picture for you to see.
I am guessing the pto on my c is not origonal but off another model perhaps·
To be honest the tractor has always been a bit of a mystory, its definetly a c as i also have a b, the serial number showes its a british built AC but i cant find any evidance that Cs were built in England, i am guessing that during the war the USA sent the parts over to England and we put them together, so its possible the USA sent what ever was available hense a British built C probably sold as a B with a wide front
Its got a british rad and mag, but thats not to say they are origonal, and its also possible that the gear box is not origonal but taken off a British built B·········· i guess it will remain one of lifes mystories ĦĦĦĦĦ

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02-23-2013 15:14:59

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 Re: Belly mower in reply to drak, 02-23-2013 11:13:34  
Measure your PTO shaft and I will then measure mine and compare. You may have one some one cut off or broke off and then ground down to make it look right. I have 1 or 2 of those PTO units from my parts Cs if you find you need to replace what you have. On my sickle mower I had to make a pulley for it since the factory ones are no longer available

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02-24-2013 01:18:53

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 Re: Belly mower in reply to old, 02-23-2013 15:14:59  
I think I have found the solution, rather than modify the brackets to bring the mower back to allighn the pully i can machine an adaptor to fit between the pully and the shaft on the mower, its possible there was one there origonaly which would explain the miss match, but it does not show one in the manual.Broken PTO shaft would not be the issue as its the shaft on the mower that is not long enough not the PTO shaft thats two short.
By the way I dont know if you remember but we had a disscussion back in the summer about fitting a diesel engine to a "C" well i have obtained a Perkins P3 and have now modified it to fit, I managed to find an old perkins diesel engine (scrap) off an AC B (they produced a few in the early 50ties) not many and they are very rare to find, i have taken the sump, oil pump, fly wheel, clutch, and bell housing off the junk AC engine and fitted to my new Perkins P3 so its ready to install, but i need to wait for better weather.
I will post pictures when i finaly get it done.

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02-24-2013 08:46:59

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 Re: Belly mower in reply to Drak, 02-24-2013 01:18:53  
Ya me an diesels do not get along well unless in a big rig LOL.

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