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Dose anyone know what model of tractor this ?

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BrandonJFrazier

09-02-2009 23:25:16




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This tractor is for sale VERY cheep in my area, looks like something worth grbbing ahold of all the seller knows is it a 1940"s or 50"s AC tractor. Can anyone tell more form the pictures?

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Jason Hangartner

09-03-2009 18:12:37




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 Re: Dose anyone know what model of tractor this ? in reply to BrandonJFrazier, 09-02-2009 23:25:16  
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Looks like mine....1945 C with homemade wide front.

I can see an alternator so it looks like yours has had a 12 volt conversion.



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Jason Hangartner

09-03-2009 18:13:41




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 Re: Dose anyone know what model of tractor this ? in reply to Jason Hangartner, 09-03-2009 18:12:37  
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right side



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09-03-2009 11:02:04




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 Re: Dose anyone know what model of tractor this ? in reply to BrandonJFrazier, 09-02-2009 23:25:16  
That is a C with a mid mount sickle mower which will also fit a B the seat is not correct and is an after market type seat. If it had the factory seat on it it would be a bench sort of seat



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Bill(Wis)

09-03-2009 07:02:22




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 Re: Dose anyone know what model of tractor this ? in reply to BrandonJFrazier, 09-02-2009 23:25:16  
The Allis C was always one of my favorite tractors. We never had one because they were too small for what we did. But for mowing, cultivating, raking, hauling wood, you name it, they are great. Much more dependable and trouble free than the Ford N series. Drawbacks? No hydraulics, no three point lift, non live pto. At least it has a PTO. Woods makes a belly mount mower for that tractor that I would love to have. You can overhaul that little engine right back to factory specs as many times as you want.

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Bob Bancroft

09-03-2009 14:37:08




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 Re: Dose anyone know what model of tractor this ? in reply to Bill(Wis), 09-03-2009 07:02:22  
You wouldn't want to drive all the way to central NY to get one would you!? (Woods L59) I have brkt.s for an AC "B", Farmall "A", and Ford 1710(I think that's the right Ford #)



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JMS/.MN

09-03-2009 11:32:52




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 Re: Dose anyone know what model of tractor this ? in reply to Bill(Wis), 09-03-2009 07:02:22  
Hydraulic system was available, but had very little capacity. Ones we had at home in the 50s, 2 different times, had hyd for the cult, one I have now does not have hyd. CA was a big improvement in hyd- like the 4 plunger WD pump, instead of two, and the live pto.



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Louis Torrans

09-03-2009 04:46:11




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 Re: Dose anyone know what model of tractor this ? in reply to BrandonJFrazier, 09-02-2009 23:25:16  
The mower is a #5 AC. The manual for it can be found in the YT store.



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Jerry Coulter

09-03-2009 15:44:05




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 Re: Dose anyone know what model of tractor this ? in reply to Louis Torrans, 09-03-2009 04:46:11  
Are you certain it is a #5? It had a twin v-belt drive. The one in the picture has the single C-section belt like used on the B - C mower.



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Louis Torrans

09-04-2009 04:15:52




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 Re: Dose anyone know what model of tractor this ? in reply to Jerry Coulter, 09-03-2009 15:44:05  
The #5 mower was made for the B, C and CA according to the manual. It does note some small differences.



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russ1

09-03-2009 02:09:13




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 Re: Dose anyone know what model of tractor this ? in reply to BrandonJFrazier, 09-02-2009 23:25:16  
It is a model C. If you look up the serial number on this website it will tell you the year. It is rated at 22 hp pto.



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