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what year is my b??

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Seth Roemer

02-05-2012 10:59:49




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I have an B allis with elect. start has been changed over to 12 volt, foot brakes. But i have been calling it a 39, but a shows ppl tell me its not, its newer? The serial number is 18524, any help? Thanks




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Seth Roemer

02-06-2012 15:49:41




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 Re: what year is my b?? in reply to Seth Roemer, 02-05-2012 10:59:49  
Thanks for the info guys... Does anyone have a good battery box for it? I need one.



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Kip-Utah

02-06-2012 08:53:50




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 Re: what year is my b?? in reply to Seth Roemer, 02-05-2012 10:59:49  
I have a 1941 WC that has had the rear end switched out for one from a 1938 parts tractor. Of course the ser.# is stamped on the rear end on a WC. I just call mine a WC!! Kip



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TractorJohn

02-05-2012 20:01:18




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 Re: what year is my b?? in reply to Seth Roemer, 02-05-2012 10:59:49  
There should be a casting number on the block on the right side. It should start with AM followed by some numbers and then a dash and then two numbers.
If the last two numbers are 10 the engine is probably a 38 and if they are 11 it's probably a 39 and 12 for a 1940.
This will tell you around when the engine was made but that doesn't mean it's the year the tractor was built.



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steve(ill)

02-05-2012 19:29:35




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 Re: what year is my b?? in reply to Seth Roemer, 02-05-2012 10:59:49  
If your motor block is not tapped for the generator mount, and you have a 39 serial number on the transmission, then i would call it a 1939.



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allis b

02-05-2012 17:23:59




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 Re: what year is my b?? in reply to Seth Roemer, 02-05-2012 10:59:49  
the ser# is just in front of the gear shift the motor # is on the rear of the block most dont match.



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Seth Roemer

02-05-2012 16:14:54




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 Re: what year is my b?? in reply to Seth Roemer, 02-05-2012 10:59:49  
yea, the motor has no place to mount the alt. to. I think someone has changed the torgue tube out from a newer tractor. So what should I say it is a 39 still?



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MNLonnie

02-05-2012 17:14:09




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 Re: what year is my b?? in reply to Seth Roemer, 02-05-2012 16:14:54  
Call it a 39,doesn't matter if it's been changed. Look at all the unstyled WC's out there with electric start, they never came from the factory like that.



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steve(ill)

02-05-2012 14:18:15




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 Re: what year is my b?? in reply to Seth Roemer, 02-05-2012 10:59:49  
there is a second serial number on the motor bell housing lip on the left side. Might be able to show that motor is newer. I had a 39-40 model that i switch from hand to foot brakes. Also drilled the block to hold a generator bracket.



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MNLonnie

02-05-2012 11:12:05




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 Re: what year is my b?? in reply to Seth Roemer, 02-05-2012 10:59:49  
B18524 would be 1939. Anything could have been changed or added in the last 70 years. 1939 would also have handbrakes as stock.



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