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alan west

05-14-2008 10:02:32

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I need some info on an allis CA, have a number of 6232ca. I was wondering what yr, amount of hp, and possible $ worth. It has on older restoration completed about 5 yrs ago. Thanks for your help.

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Amy R

05-22-2008 20:44:25

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 Re: info on an allis ca in reply to alan west, 05-14-2008 10:02:32  
I have a CA3713 and the shifter was out and in pieces,Its all back together but Im not sure what kind of fluid to use 80/90 or hydraulic im guessing its a 1951-1956

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05-15-2008 09:15:04

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 Re: info on an allis ca in reply to alan west, 05-14-2008 10:02:32  
Actually except for all all but the earliest Bs, all Bs,Cs, & CAs have the same size bore & stroke for a total displacement of 125 cid. CA has slightly more HP than a similar B or C because it is goverend at 1650 rpm, and the others are only 1500 rpm. The CA has a slightly longer wheelbase than the C which it replaced because the final drives are angled slightly to the rear. The torque tube is the same lenghth on all three models & will readily interchange. Kip

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pat sublett

05-14-2008 14:54:46

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 Re: info on an allis ca in reply to alan west, 05-14-2008 10:02:32  
CA has 4 foward gears C7B only 3, CA is slightly longer than a C or B. Probably due to the trans. housing. CA has a hand clutch which releases the drive wheels while the PTO continues to run. (Kind of a poor boys live PTO)The hand clutch is a potential problem due to openings in the axle housing which allows dirt and water to enter the clutch. The original CA was a little more powerful than the C or B because of a bigger cylinder bore. I think most C & Bs Have CA sleeves now with bigger bore. The CA had power adjustable rear wheels stock. Not modern but pretty good little tractors.

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