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Allis B pto problem

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07-27-2008 06:19:52

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Hi all, I bought a 1 1/8 to 1 3/8 adapter for our little B BUT the pin that holds the adapter on is way to large to fit in the hole in the B's pto. There seems to be a hole, but it's really small in diameter. Also, was there a swinging drawbar originally on a B? I can't figure out how to mount a sickle mower (trailer-type) so it would be far enough away from the pto to be able to work. It needs to be about 14 like a baler (on a larger tractor) doesn't it? Thanks for your help.

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07-27-2008 14:59:22

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 Re: Allis B pto problem in reply to farmerwannabe, 07-27-2008 06:19:52  
there is what is called a ASAE drawbar. It is a wedge shape plate that is mounted to the drawbar to push the implement back to allow the pto shaft to fit.
real easy to make one. there is a spec on it. I think it is min of 18" from hitch point to pto shaft. Bob

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07-27-2008 11:49:15

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 Re: Allis B pto problem in reply to farmerwannabe, 07-27-2008 06:19:52  
there is a swinging drawbar that gets the hitch to pto distance right.

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Mike in Ohio

07-27-2008 08:42:56

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 Re: Allis B pto problem in reply to farmerwannabe, 07-27-2008 06:19:52  
Our b had the round drawbar. Grandpa had a steel plate about 1/2" thick and about a foot long that mounted on two holes of the drawbar to move the mower about a foot farther back so the pto would work. The plate was the same color as the mower so I assume that it came with the mower but I really don't know for sure. Good luck , you might try ebay for a drawbar. Mike

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