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Dale in NW Wa

01-11-2014 21:35:56

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Help I have a model 5 bf avery and I need a complete motor. When I got this tractor it has a V4 wisconson on it now it is froze up and I dont really care Does any one out here in YT have a complete motor and if so what do you want for it Also I live 80 miles northwest of Spokane Wa Thanks Dale

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07-28-2014 17:31:39

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 Re: BF AVERY in reply to hansen, 01-11-2014 21:35:56  
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I just picked up a '50 BF Avery R, know anyone that might be interested in it?

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02-02-2014 18:07:06

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 Re: BF AVERY in reply to Dale in NW Wa, 01-11-2014 21:35:56  
Uses the same engine as Oliver HG and OC3 crawlers.

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Stan Rigney

01-28-2014 19:30:53

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 Re: BF AVERY in reply to Dale in NW Wa, 01-11-2014 21:35:56  
What is the location and condition of the Avery V that's for sale? Was the year established by locating the Ser. No.? If it's 1942, then it's a very early built model. I paid a scrap dealer $600 for a 1949 model with cultivator frames, it had a broken front axle and stuck engine. Probably paid too much, but it was local and not shipping cost. You could try the Minneapolis Moline forum since MM bought the BF Avery Company out and someone there might be interested.

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01-11-2014 23:13:16

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 Re: BF AVERY in reply to Dale in NW Wa, 01-11-2014 21:35:56  
dale i would try posting in the minneapolis moline forum on this site since that is who bought them out someone should be able to help you there i think we had a v at 1 time it had a lil hercules though maybe 1 of those would work i know nothing about this particular tractor so take it for what its worth

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dale in NW WA

01-12-2014 15:58:31

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 Re: BF AVERY in reply to mab570diesel, 01-11-2014 23:13:16  
Thanks it is worth a try Dale

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Gene Davis (Ga.)

01-12-2014 18:19:18

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 Re: BF AVERY in reply to dale in NW WA, 01-12-2014 15:58:31  
The Avery tractors used Hercules engines. The "A" and the "R" series use the IXA or IXB series engines. There is usually a number at the end of the engine model. This number may be written as an "IXB-3". the number on the end tells you how many gears are in the front cover and this is critical to having a drive for a governor or magneto in the right place. The"V" series used the ZXB series that were about 60 CID. When MM bought Avery, the "R" series tractor became the "BF" and the "V" designation remained the same for a few more years until they both were done away with.

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01-27-2014 19:50:18

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 Re: BF AVERY in reply to Gene Davis (Ga.), 01-12-2014 18:19:18  
Hi - I have a 1942 BF Avery (Model V) w/cultivator and I"d like to sell it. I"m having trouble finding comparisons online. Anyone know the best place to figure out what the value might be? I know about the Tractor Blue Book but I would have to buy it. I"m looking locally, on ebay, tractor sites, etc. Closest I get is a 1947 which looks similar. Help!!

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Stan Rigney

01-30-2014 17:58:22

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 Re: BF AVERY in reply to cindym, 01-27-2014 19:50:18  
Where is the tractor located? What condition (running, tires, history, equipment, etc)? Thanks

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ILL John

01-29-2014 08:56:07

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 Re: BF AVERY in reply to cindym, 01-27-2014 19:50:18  
That website would be ""

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ILL John

01-29-2014 08:45:53

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 Re: BF AVERY in reply to cindym, 01-27-2014 19:50:18  
I paid $1300 for a "restored" V with a couple of minor problems. It's a 1952 but they all were very nearly the same tractor.

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