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Allis Chamlers B C?

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JamesL. in NC

03-13-2008 02:46:27




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What the different between these two tractors? Dad has had his B for about 40 some years and he was sold what looked like a B, this pasted weekend but after he got it home we looked up the tractor #"s and found out it"s a C. Another question, is the rear end of the C wider than the B? Thanks for any help or suggestions. May God bless all!!!!




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jk

03-16-2008 10:52:54




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 Re: Allis Chamlers B C? in reply to JamesL. in NC, 03-13-2008 02:46:27  
the C had an optional adjustable wide front axle, most likely what you have there. some one told me that the 50's B, after the CA came out, were the same thing as the C, but i haven't looked into that claim.



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TexasAllis

03-13-2008 06:11:46




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 Re: Allis Chamlers B C? in reply to JamesL. in NC, 03-13-2008 02:46:27  
The B and C are very similar and have numerous common parts. The main difference is the C is wider in the rear, the C steering arms go up whereas the B's point down and all B's had wide front's. All that being said you could very easily have a hybrid a very common sight.



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JamesL. in N.C.

03-15-2008 05:34:58




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 Re: Allis Chamlers B C? in reply to TexasAllis, 03-13-2008 06:11:46  
Thank Texas! Front end is the same as Dad's B, and the rear end is wider. Do you know if the rear tire can be moved in towards the fenders? The way it's set up now the inside of the front and back tire are in line. Dad wants to have the front tire in the center of back tire like his B. Thanks and God bless all.



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