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Throttle rods

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Brian L-M

02-03-2008 18:43:01

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I have a 1938 allis Chalmer model B and when i got it, it was missing the throttle rod from the throttle handle to the magneto area and the rod from the arm which comes from the magneto area to the carborator. I have looked around for those rods or rod sizes at dealers and online, and i havent been able to find one. Is their any chance someone could measure those rods so i can make my own? and if you can please measure the rods when they stop at the bends. thanks alot for helping me!

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Brian L-M

02-04-2008 18:56:25

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 Re: Throttle rods in reply to Brian L-M, 02-03-2008 18:43:01  
Its me again i looked on ebay and such is their any chance some one can measure one. so for now i can rig it up until i find the stock one...

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02-03-2008 21:13:16

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 Re: Throttle rods in reply to Brian L-M, 02-03-2008 18:43:01  
I might still have a set of them I would sell. Drop me an e-mail and I'll take a look

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John (C-IL)

02-03-2008 19:28:40

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 Re: Throttle rods in reply to Brian L-M, 02-03-2008 18:43:01  
That should be a piece of cake as there are several vendors parting out B and C tractors. I suggest starting with Doc's Equipment in Lacon, IL 309-246-2900. If he doesn't have one check back and I can get you some more numbers.

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Jeff Z.

02-03-2008 18:53:37

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 Re: Throttle rods in reply to Brian L-M, 02-03-2008 18:43:01  
This person looks like they are parting out a B.


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Jeff Z.

02-03-2008 18:49:31

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 Re: Throttle rods in reply to Brian L-M, 02-03-2008 18:43:01  
Just look on ebay for someone selling parts off of a B or C and email them to see if they will list the parts you need.
I have done this many times with good results.

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