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1939 Allis Chalmers B Parts

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04-24-2008 16:52:51

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Hi, I have been looking for a couple parts for my B. It is a 1939 hand start model B that is nearly 100% original. I have finished the mechanical restoration and will be putting on fresh paint and rubber this summer.

However, I need an original hand starter crank and the clip that secures the crank in it's storage location underneath the steering shaft.

Can anyone help me locate these parts? I would really like used original AC parts off another B that someone has parted out.

Thanks in advance!


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04-25-2008 14:49:32

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 Re: 1939 Allis Chalmers B Parts in reply to MikeM, 04-24-2008 16:52:51  
Iwas at LeSueur MN in the mud today,and bought an original B crank in great shape with the "spinner" handle for $10. Tractor swap meets are a better option than Ebay if you can get to one.

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04-25-2008 10:35:52

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 Re: 1939 Allis Chalmers B Parts in reply to MikeM, 04-24-2008 16:52:51  
I have been watching ebay. I missed out on two starter cranks that were recently auctioned. I bid too low not really realizing how much they would ultimately end up selling for. I won't make that mistake again!

I have seen the drawing that Rod(NH) did of a starter crank on his website. As a last resort, I thought that I could use that to make a new reproduction. However, I would like a 70 plus year old part instead of a new one!

Here is another question, are those starter crank clips riveted onto the back of the toolbox or bolted on? According to my parts manual, it looks like it is bolted on.

Anyway, if they are riveted onto the toolbox, maybe that is why I am not finding them for sale? Do I have to look for the entire toolbox rather than trying to find just the clip?

Thanks for the tip on the vintagetractors.com. I wasn't aware of that site.

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04-25-2008 05:11:35

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 Re: 1939 Allis Chalmers B Parts in reply to MikeM, 04-24-2008 16:52:51  
watch ebay, saw both within the last 2 months.

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04-24-2008 20:51:20

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 Re: 1939 Allis Chalmers B Parts in reply to MikeM, 04-24-2008 16:52:51  
I belive that Rod nh, on his home page has a print, that he has made available to visitors, which if followed closely,you should be able to make a new hand crank, and feel good because you fabed it yourself. You will find Rod as a contributer to the Allis forum.

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04-24-2008 18:25:35

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 Re: 1939 Allis Chalmers B Parts in reply to MikeM, 04-24-2008 16:52:51  
just look around online some, AC board should have some new, as vintagetractors.com should have some off a parts machine

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