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echo_cons

01-01-2017 07:08:07




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going through craigslist under Milwaukee, wi. saw 3 allis b's with a bunch of implements for 2300 bucks one tractor looks like its in pretty good shape. more of a red fan, but looked like a pretty good deal to me (I could be wrong though) there down in the Kenosha area




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01-01-2017 09:31:30




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 Re: allis b and implements in reply to echo_cons, 01-01-2017 07:08:07  
Depending on what all is with it $2300 is a tad bit high. Where I am you can buy a B for under $1500 and many times that is with some equipment



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4wdtom

01-01-2017 08:18:25




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 Re: allis b and implements in reply to echo_cons, 01-01-2017 07:08:07  
Bs are a good tractor, basic and simple to use and work on. With ACs of that era you need to watch the boot on the shift lever, if it is cracked or gone water can get into the transmission if they are left out in the weather. You might want to pull the drain plugs and see if any water. At least look at the color of the oil after running them for a while if they run.



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