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Did anybody here buy the C/woods belly mower of craigslist

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atlarge54

03-21-2011 14:45:57




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This morning on the Ft Wayne, IN craigslist there was an Allis C W/59" woods belly mower for $750. When I got home from errands it had been removed/sold? The tractor didn't look terrible but needed "carb work" and battery. I was actually more interested in the mower mount than the tractor since I've got a deck with farmall mount and I'm not looking forward to making a mount.

Am I the only guy who sees "carb work" and thinks plugs, points, cond., valves, guides, bearings, seals, crank, rings, pistons and sleeves?

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rustyfarmall

04-15-2011 13:24:24




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 Re: Did anybody here buy the C/woods belly mower of craigsli in reply to atlarge54, 03-21-2011 14:45:57  
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"Carb work", I laugh everytime I read it or hear it, and I agree with everything else you mentioned.

I see SO many ebay listings that state the tractor runs great, but needs carb work.



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D. E. C.

04-15-2011 07:52:04




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 Re: Did anybody here buy the C/woods belly mower of craig... in reply to atlarge54, 03-21-2011 14:45:57  
Well Sir, I'm glad you had errands to run because I now have said tractor.
Not sure what you need to know about mounts but the mower is a (Kub Klipper, model B 360 EC 2874) It was manufactured by "The Sun Master Corp" in Olathe, Kansas. I found them online and they have several models for various tractors. Let me know if I can be of further help.
Have a great day, Don



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atlarge54

04-15-2011 14:05:07




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 Re: Did anybody here buy the C/woods belly mower of craig... in reply to D. E. C., 04-15-2011 07:52:04  
Congratulations on your new tractor. Do you have it sorted out yet? So it wasn't a woods deck, maybe I was just dreaming that part up? Really didn't look too bad for the money. Where you from? I'm outside Ashley, IN. There's a guy here who goes by DickL from Edon, OH who's pretty sharp on allis tractors. I've never met him but he sure seems to know his stuff.



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D. E. C.

04-15-2011 15:49:53




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 Re: Did anybody here buy the C/woods belly mower of craig... in reply to atlarge54, 04-15-2011 14:05:07  
Evening Atlarge54, I'm just east of you, north of Hamilton. I have an L59 under a B if you want to look. 665-5563 We have dial-up if the lines busy.



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Ted J

03-21-2011 15:48:02




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 Re: Did anybody here buy the C/woods belly mower of craig... in reply to atlarge54, 03-21-2011 14:45:57  
It wasn't me, but I sure wish that I could find a C that cheap around here!!



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atlarge54

03-21-2011 16:01:38




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 Re: Did anybody here buy the C/woods belly mower of craig... in reply to Ted J, 03-21-2011 15:48:02  
The last one I bought was $200 and the one before that was $300 but they didn't have mower decks. Gas, sandpaper, file and a battery and both ran pretty good. I call 'em the Rodney Dangerfield of tractors.



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