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Allis C front end

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Zachary Hoyt

12-02-2012 11:50:56

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I just traded for a couple of Allis tractors, a C with a B front end on it and a B parts tractor. I would like to put the C back to a narrow front, the current setup is pretty ugly and rough. The C steering rod(the "chicken roost") was cut and welded to the B front end rod, so I think I need the C rod and the C front pedestal assembly. If anyone has a lead on those parts or know if there are other parts I also need I would be very thankful. I think that the front rims will swap over but I am not sure. I will get some pictures soon.

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Zachary Hoyt

12-02-2012 18:33:41

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 Re: Allis C front end in reply to Zachary Hoyt, 12-02-2012 11:50:56  
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I am wondering what the rod behind the seat on the C is for, if it was part of the cultivator or something. I have never seen a Monroe seat with the spring pointing up like that, but it seems to be the way it was made from what I have found online. I am going to put the radiator from the B on the C since the C engine is ready to run and the B engine has a big hole in the block. Then I will part out the rest of the B. Zach

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12-03-2012 18:23:45

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 Re: Allis C front end in reply to Zachary Hoyt, 12-02-2012 18:33:41  
THe bar behind the seat is called the rock shaft. It normally has two arms attached to it. Serves the same purpose as the lifting arms on a 3 point hitch. ON the Allis, you pin the plow, disc, blade under the transmission, and the two arms on the rock shaft "lift" the attachement when connected to a cylinder.

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12-03-2012 18:26:54

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 Re: Allis C front end in reply to steve(ill), 12-03-2012 18:23:45  

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Zachary Hoyt

12-04-2012 15:37:25

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 Re: Allis C front end in reply to steve(ill), 12-03-2012 18:26:54  
Thanks, that makes sense now that you have explained it.

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12-02-2012 16:06:12

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 Re: Allis C front end in reply to Zachary Hoyt, 12-02-2012 11:50:56  
You do not need a lead you just need a way to pick them up. I have 1 maybe 2 C front ends laying around and had a guy looking for the C steering rod so I know I have it since he never got back to me on it. E-Mail is open as always

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Zachary Hoyt

12-02-2012 18:21:06

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 Re: Allis C front end in reply to old, 12-02-2012 16:06:12  
Thanks, I sent an email.

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