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AC C Cultivator

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Danny Prosser

10-29-2010 05:38:27

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I have a 49 C I'm trying to get the motor unstuck and then I'm going to restore her.I think I have all of the cultivator parts but I'm not sure how they all mount up.Does anybody have a diagram or picture they could post?If I'm missing something I'd like to be looking for it while I'm doing everything else. Thanks.

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Ralph from NY

10-29-2010 16:30:44

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 Re: AC C Cultivator in reply to Danny Prosser, 10-29-2010 05:38:27  
I have seen two styles of cultivators for the C. I have one that mounts on the front with a long section across in front of the front wheels and a short section on each side ahead of the rear wheels. I have a friend with one mounted on the rear with brackets on top of the axle housings and hangs on the main tool bar behind the seat. I have no books on them but they are very simple hookups.

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10-29-2010 17:26:36

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 Re: AC C Cultivator in reply to Ralph from NY, 10-29-2010 16:30:44  
If there is a bar in front, it is a CA cultivator. The mounting bracket for it mounts on the two tapped bosses in the front of the steering box. The C front mount does have rear gangs like you describe, with large solid shafts that pivot on brackets on the rear axle. They are just to cover the wheel tracks. If the CA has rear gangs they are mounted to the lift arms and pin hitch or Snap-Coupler. Pg. 100 in Swinford"s AC Story shows a C with cultivator and planting attachment. Other pix on 317, also C.

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10-29-2010 09:51:56

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 Re: AC C Cultivator in reply to Danny Prosser, 10-29-2010 05:38:27  
There is a square crossbar that mounts under the front- it has a tapped hole near each end. After mounting that, set each side unit in place, bolt the front end down, and the side of the tractor should have a hole to bolt the rear in place. Lift assembly mounts on the rear of the tractor, sort of higher than the fenders. 4 long pipes go forward, one to each side of each front gang, to raise them.

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10-29-2010 09:23:49

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 Re: AC C Cultivator in reply to Danny Prosser, 10-29-2010 05:38:27  
How are you going about freeing up that engine?? Me I use ATF and have done 20 plus engines over the years and 95% of them free up for me. The last one I did was right on the edge of freeing up but I opened it up any how and now with very little in parts it runs real nice and smooth and does not even smoke. I have done at least 3 Allis C and only one did not pop free doing it will filling the cylinders with ATF

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bjb in Tx from Ne

10-29-2010 06:34:24

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 Re: AC C Cultivator in reply to Danny Prosser, 10-29-2010 05:38:27  
I have a manual back in Nebraska. If you don't it immediately I can grab it when I go home for Christmas and scan it. Send me an email.

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11-08-2010 20:52:19

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 Re: AC C Cultivator in reply to bjb in Tx from Ne, 10-29-2010 06:34:24  
I'm also doing the same, I have a 45' wide front "C" thats stuck and have had ATF sitting in for about 2 weeks now with no luck. I have the head off and am thinking of heating the pistons to free them before I try the block trick. I'm intrested in finding a belly cultivator also, or building one if anyone has any good pictures of one.

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