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Allis Chalmers Discussion Forum

Sycle mower

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Dave 39B

01-04-2008 12:40:19

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Hey guys I have a sycle mower that came with my Allis 39B.It looks as if I drive over it and then bolt it to the tractor and the cutting arm drops down on the right side.It's driven by a V-belt from a pulley on the PTO shaft.My question is does anyone know if this is an Allis Chalmers mower or could it be something else.an't find a tag on it anywhere but am still looking fer it.

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ed in cny

01-10-2008 11:24:54

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 Re: Sycle mower in reply to Dave 39B, 01-04-2008 12:40:19  
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Dave maybe this will help regarding the mower. I know that it's an Allis C but the mower is the same.

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01-04-2008 18:40:44

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 Re: Sycle mower in reply to Dave 39B, 01-04-2008 12:40:19  
the factory sickle belly mower for the B-C was called the "B sickle". It looks like a couple of 2 x 2 box rails 6 feet long that go under the tractor. there is a 1/8 inch flat plate welded to the bottom holding them together. there is a long shaft down teh center from teh PTO to the sickle arm. there is a wooden stick on a bell crank to run the sickle arm. I have the same book as Old, get a copy and look- very good book. some are power lift, some are manual- strong arm.-- they all raise up to the vertical positon manually and pin to the frame.

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01-04-2008 13:24:53

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 Re: Sycle mower in reply to Dave 39B, 01-04-2008 12:40:19  
Could very well be one made by Allis for that tractor. I have one about like it for my C and from I have found out its the same as used on the B. I have a manual for it on my computer if you want it just drop me an e-mail and I can send it to you

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