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B ver C

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d. coleman

02-01-2010 10:46:41

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waiting on my manuals to arrive. may i ask the differance between a B and C allis chalmers? from pictures ive seen, they both have a 125 cu inch engine but the B appears to be more compact. will other parts besides the engine interchange? i'm going to Munford tractor salvage on my two week break from work and would like to know what tractors carry simaler parts(brakes, l/h diff. housing, tool box housing,and verious smaller parts). thanks, d. coleman

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d. coleman

02-02-2010 02:45:28

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 Re: B ver C in reply to d. coleman, 02-01-2010 10:46:41  
thanks for comments. mine has a wide frontend with some hasty farm repairs. hope to find a used front axle and also a left differental housing(cracked). d. coleman

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02-01-2010 14:07:55

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 Re: B ver C in reply to d. coleman, 02-01-2010 10:46:41  
Th B came first, and was designed as a tractor for small farmers, wanting to switch from horse to tractor farming. It was a one-row cultivating tractor. Model C came later, designed for two-row cultivating, using most of the same parts, but wider axles.

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Dick L

02-01-2010 11:38:58

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 Re: B ver C in reply to d. coleman, 02-01-2010 10:46:41  
Most parts on the B's and C's are interchangeable with a few exceptions. The final drives on the B is narrower than the C. that makes the drawbars different as well. The radiator cover is different because of the cut out for the front steering arm. The steering box on the B has a shorter cross shaft that has a smaller diameter. The front axles mount different but when starting with the radiator support down they are interchangeable.

a side note: The transmissions are the same but the B's final drive has a taller gear which makes it faster in all gears.

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02-01-2010 11:12:02

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 Re: B ver C in reply to d. coleman, 02-01-2010 10:46:41  
B has a wide front end and sits narrower in the back end. Both use most of the same parts other then the front end and the rear axle parts. There are a few C with wide fronts but they are few and far between unless they have a B front end on them and then you can run into some funny steering problems.

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