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Allis C rear end

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04-02-2013 11:36:46

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I looked at a Allis C to purchase and it had a noise in the rear like a bad bearing and it popped out of 3rd.I have all Red tractors now.Are these problems hard to fix?Do they make reproduction parts?It was a solid tractor otherwise.Thanks

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Zachary Hoyt

04-03-2013 09:43:42

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 Re: Allis C rear end in reply to dougct, 04-02-2013 11:36:46  
I have a complete C rear end from transmission to final drives less PTO for $100 in northern NY. I do not know about the internal condition, the tractor was missing the wheels and had a stuck engine when I got it. You can drain the oil and look in by removing the cover with the shift forks on the right side of the tractor, that way you can check if the detent is not holding on 3rd or if the gear is worn and making it pop out. Zach

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04-03-2013 05:53:04

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 Re: Allis C rear end in reply to dougct, 04-02-2013 11:36:46  
Look for another one.
They are a dime a dozen everywhere.

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04-02-2013 18:44:34

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 Re: Allis C rear end in reply to dougct, 04-02-2013 11:36:46  
My Allis B which I think has the same tranny jumped out of third. Got a third gear set replacement off ebay & put it in. Fun job!! Replace all the seals while your at it.If you shop ebay be patient.Prices vary alot.

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Dick L

04-02-2013 13:03:53

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 Re: Allis C rear end in reply to dougct, 04-02-2013 11:36:46  
Probly not to hard to find a different C with a good rear end/transmission. Good parts on Ebay but you have to sort out the fellows that have the gold plated parts for sale. Some want the price of the whole tractor for one larger part.

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04-02-2013 13:03:26

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 Re: Allis C rear end in reply to dougct, 04-02-2013 11:36:46  
Common for the C to have a bit of noise from the rear ends. As for what is wrong sounds like some one shifted it on the fly which can in fact cause that problem. I have 2 parts Cs laying around

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