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allis B seat options

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tooltimejim

12-16-2009 17:30:14




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did the allis B tractor have options for the tractor seat, or was it always the bench style , with a spring back, thanks,Jim




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Jeff Z.

12-16-2009 20:08:57




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 Re: allis B seat options in reply to tooltimejim, 12-16-2009 17:30:14  
You can make a step to make getting on real easy.
I made this one.
Pop is 81 and climbs on the tractor with the step like he was 25.
It looks really close to the ground in this picture bit it"s not.

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tooltimejim

12-19-2009 20:06:37




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 Re: allis B seat options in reply to Jeff Z., 12-16-2009 20:08:57  
nice step, Ill try make one soon.thanks,Jim



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sam C

12-16-2009 19:45:56




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 Re: allis B seat options in reply to tooltimejim, 12-16-2009 17:30:14  
I grew up on a 1949 model B with a factory standard pan seat. I think it was related to the front axle the pan seat tractor had an adjustable front axle while our older B (1939) had the bench with the fixed arch front axle.
Much easier to hop on and off of. Should be easy to find one froma B or C in salavage yard



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Bob Bancroft

12-16-2009 22:21:09




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 Re: allis B seat options in reply to sam C, 12-16-2009 19:45:56  
I have wondered about that. I have to rely on someone elses memory(as stated below) as I wasn't there! And you can't always rely on printed info. either. There were so many changes and possibilities with those tractors that you almost can't rule anything out.



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Jeff Z.

12-16-2009 19:20:20




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 Re: allis B seat options in reply to tooltimejim, 12-16-2009 17:30:14  
Here is an option when you get to be an old fart like me.
Comes with fold down arm rest.

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old

12-16-2009 21:06:54




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 Re: allis B seat options in reply to Jeff Z., 12-16-2009 19:20:20  
The first B my dad had I mounted a seat out of an Austin America on it. It had fold down arm rests on it and even tilted back some. That little B sent me to the hospital more then once because it was hand start and got me a couple time. It was also the first tractor that I ever rebuilt and engine on.



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old

12-16-2009 18:40:30




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 Re: allis B seat options in reply to tooltimejim, 12-16-2009 17:30:14  
There where after market seat made for them but the only factory one was that bench type which makes them hard to get on



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tooltimejim

12-16-2009 19:06:46




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 Re: allis B seat options in reply to old, 12-16-2009 18:40:30  
thats what I thought, My Dad is having a harder time climbing up in the allis, wish they made them a litlle easier, and with seat options. Thanks,Jim



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old

12-16-2009 20:54:22




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 Re: allis B seat options in reply to tooltimejim, 12-16-2009 19:06:46  
I have seen a step mounted on the left side of them made from all tread rod so as to make it a tad easier to climb up on them. I have at times thought about making one but so far never have got around to doing so



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Bob Bancroft

12-16-2009 18:10:42




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 Re: allis B seat options in reply to tooltimejim, 12-16-2009 17:30:14  
My aging AC mentor assures me that the bench seat was it. And a look at the parts book shows a couple of possibilities of spring mounted seats only for the IB. The similarities of parts of those IB seats to the aftermarket Monroe seat are interesting.



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tooltimejim

12-16-2009 19:07:58




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 Re: allis B seat options in reply to Bob Bancroft, 12-16-2009 18:10:42  
ill try look for some pictures of the Monroe seat. thanks,Jim



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chalmersbob

12-16-2009 19:51:32




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 Re: allis B seat options in reply to tooltimejim, 12-16-2009 19:07:58  
someone makes a step that gets mounted on the square tube in front of the clutch. Bob



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