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Allis Chalmers B and implements

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DoneDeere

06-02-2012 17:07:53




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I have a 1951, (I believe) Allis model B and would like to pull a Bush Hog type mower. Questions: 1, has anyone ever put on a 3 point hitch and used a mower and did it work ok? 2, How large of a mower can I use for grass and small brush, 4 or 5 feet? Thanks, Larry




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Ralphwd45

06-04-2012 01:12:20




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 Re: Allis Chalmers B and implements in reply to DoneDeere, 06-02-2012 17:07:53  
I have a 52 B that turns a 4' Howse bush hog with tail wheel. I don't have any power problem. I do have an overrunning clutch added to my pto on the tractor, and stop chains on my 3 pt hitch, to limit how far it drops. Carbaugh at Tonys Tractors sells good 3 pt hitches for the B, and another CO. called worksaver also sells a weak sister 3 pt, that I got rid of! These can be googled, and you can make up your mind. The B could use a slower low gear, for mowing, but will do the job OK. I mow scotch broom brush, for my neighbors, with up to 2-2 1/2" stalks, and the B handles it ok.

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DoneDeere

06-03-2012 04:36:08




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 Re: Allis Chalmers B and implements in reply to DoneDeere, 06-02-2012 17:07:53  
All good ideas and concerns about safety. Perhaps I should hire someone to cut the tall weeds and grass. I do know the front end is light and when pulling small stumps the front wheels tend to jump off the ground. Thanks for all the input. Larry



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tractor300

06-02-2012 21:19:58




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 Re: Allis Chalmers B and implements in reply to DoneDeere, 06-02-2012 17:07:53  
Had a 3 1/2' single blade belly mower on a B and that was more more than it could handle in tall weeds and grass. Definitely nor more than a 4 footer.



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steve(ill)

06-02-2012 19:33:22




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 Re: Allis Chalmers B and implements in reply to DoneDeere, 06-02-2012 17:07:53  
i have a heavy 3 point disc for my B. I leave off the top link and have a tail wheel on it. I can raise the front a foot, and weight sets on the rear tail wheel... YOu could do similar with a rear mower if its a little heavy.



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old

06-02-2012 18:53:50




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 Re: Allis Chalmers B and implements in reply to DoneDeere, 06-02-2012 17:07:53  
I built a 3 point for my C but there are places that sell them also. You should be able to handle a light duty 5 foot brush hog but you will need to have an ORC on it to keep you from killing or hurting your self due to the fact it does not have live PTO. Biggest problem is the front end of those are very light so finding a brush hog that is no to heavy will be your biggest problem



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acken fromwisc

06-02-2012 18:26:56




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 Re: Allis Chalmers B and implements in reply to DoneDeere, 06-02-2012 17:07:53  
depends how high the grass is! maybe could handle a 4 foot, not enought power for anythng wider! hard to run a mower with out live power.



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Bob Bancroft

06-02-2012 18:00:47




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 Re: Allis Chalmers B and implements in reply to DoneDeere, 06-02-2012 17:07:53  
I have an aftermarket 3 point on my C. I have the lightest 5' Bush Hog on it. Tractor also has front weights.



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Ted in NE-OH

06-02-2012 17:26:31




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 Re: Allis Chalmers B and implements in reply to DoneDeere, 06-02-2012 17:07:53  
Make sure you use an OVER RIDING clutch, for safety.



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