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"The little ac's"-intresting and useful informatio

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racsan

05-07-2017 18:01:38




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http://www.frontiernet.net/~garosier/Little%20ACs.pdf

Found this pdf "book" earlier tonight, its about the small allis tractors, B,C,CA,IB.




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Traditional Farmer

05-10-2017 05:41:13




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 Re: in reply to racsan, 05-07-2017 18:01:38  
CA is a great small tractor and will out work about any other tractor its size.Snap coupler equipment works great on it and a 3pt works well too.I have one I use for many small jobs around the farm, especially good little hay raking tractor.



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steve(ill)

05-09-2017 15:07:02




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 Re: in reply to racsan, 05-07-2017 18:01:38  
http://www.frontiernet.net/~garosier/Little%20ACs.pdf

I have several of the B tractors. Sickle bar, woods mower, 6 ft rear blade, rear bucket, small disc , small plow , and use to drag wagon around for work. Lot handier than a WD45 for a small acreage . Gets in a lot of places the bigger tractor can not... and can outwork any Box Store 26 Hp garden tractor by far.

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racsan

05-08-2017 18:34:30




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 Re: "The little ac's"-intresting and useful inform in reply to racsan, 05-07-2017 18:01:38  
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Hope it works now:

http://www.frontiernet.net/~garosier/Little%20ACs.pdf

If not, just google "the little acs"



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Dustyah

05-08-2017 18:08:42




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 Re: "The little ac's"-intresting and useful inform in reply to racsan, 05-07-2017 18:01:38  
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Racsan link no good for me, can you resubmit link, very interest as I own a tough lil B, thanks Dusty



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wgm

05-08-2017 11:06:33




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 Re: in reply to racsan, 05-07-2017 18:01:38  
They are better than a horse. That's about it. I am writing from experience.



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Jim Phelps

05-08-2017 11:25:49




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 Re: Re: in reply to wgm, 05-08-2017 11:06:33  
If your talking about the Allis B or CA I currently own both and put them to work cutting grass and plowing the garden. I will put that CA up against any other little tractor out there in it's weight class for pulling.



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wgm

05-09-2017 12:33:35




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 Re: Re: in reply to Jim Phelps, 05-08-2017 11:25:49  
I have never been on a CA but have many hours on a B and a C. I'm sure they're similar. My previous statement stands. But the last time I checked, this is still a free country. So, whatever flips your wig......



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Jim Phelps

05-10-2017 05:16:01




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 Re: Re: in reply to wgm, 05-09-2017 12:33:35  
Just saying I will put my B or both CA's up against any other small tractor of that era. Out CA's were very useful in tobacco, could haul behind a pickup, pull 2-14 plow to break the ground, then use it to plow and spray over the top.



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Traditional Farmer

05-10-2017 05:44:13




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 Re: Re: in reply to Jim Phelps, 05-10-2017 05:16:01  
No other tractor its size and in its era had a better motor,they're long lasting and run smooth.Really one of the better tractor engines ever built.



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Dick L

05-08-2017 07:43:24




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 Re: in reply to racsan, 05-07-2017 18:01:38  
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