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Re: A C B info

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Brian G. NY

02-07-2018 09:34:08

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Was he from Australia? Here he is on this side of the world.
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I think your Granddad may have installed that above hood muffler to replace the original under hood one.

However, the later Bs did have the above hood muffler.

It has the "B" on the side of the hood which the very early ones did not have.

It has foot brakes and I think '41 was the first year for that.

My Dad bought a B brand new in 1941 (the year I was born). Unfortunately, I don't have a picture of it.

It had foot brakes, electrics, hydraulics and a set of 2-way plows.
I think he said it was about $800 complete.

These are wonderful little tractors and they were responsible for the mechanization of many a small one or two horse farm.
Follow the advice and look up the serial number to determine it's exact age.

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02-07-2018 14:13:24

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 Re: A C B info in reply to Brian G. NY, 02-07-2018 09:34:08  
Starter rod was moved from being foot operated to beside the throttle control in late 1950. This one is down at brake pedals.

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02-07-2018 12:42:12

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 Re: A C B info in reply to Brian G. NY, 02-07-2018 09:34:08  
Thankyou for all your comments. I think I may not have explained myself very well . I have no way of knowing the serial # on my grandfathers tractor . The one I am looking at is a 1948 and I was hoping to find out by the photo if my grandfathers could have been a 48 . If someone can tell me for sure that it isn't, then I know it's not his .
Thanks again . Brian

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02-07-2018 13:00:38

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 Re: A C B info in reply to brianlivingstone, 02-07-2018 12:42:12  
Unless you have the serial number of his tractor there is no way in the world to know what year one is

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