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06-25-2009 05:28:15

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hello tractor people! i am searching for anyone with knowledge of the b-1 tractor that i recently obtained from my father. as ive reaseached i find that in 1960 allis contracted simplicity to manufacture the b-1, simplicity produced there like model the simplicity 725. would this info be correct and would parts be interchangable? i would greatly appreciate anyone who would know a source(s) for parts,especially a mower deck. in attempting to identify i see a metal tag glued to the body behind the seat, 6755AC stamped into the plate is all that is legiable, what is this number?? where would i look for a model or serial number. any help would be greatly appreciated! thank you

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06-25-2009 06:40:03

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 Re: ALLIS-CHALMERS GARDEN TRACTOR MODEL B-1 in reply to EARL SNYDER, 06-25-2009 05:28:15  
Have you been to SimpleTractors.com?

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06-25-2009 06:24:45

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 Re: ALLIS-CHALMERS GARDEN TRACTOR MODEL B-1 in reply to EARL SNYDER, 06-25-2009 05:28:15  
I worked on a couple of B-1 for a couple of brothers who are Allis collectors. The engine should be a Model 19 B&S. What I did to both of them is replace the coil with my coil modification. The coils on both engines were bad because the B&S P/N 290880 coil will go bad sitting in a box on a parts shelf. This coil the last time I checked was about $130.00. I use a later model Briggs point type coil by modifying the core. You can find the info in a Nov. 2005 issue of Gas Engine Mag. You can also find the info in the files section the the Briggs group on Yahoo. You need to join the group to have access to the files section. It is under the title magnematic fix.


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