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Allis chalmers CA seat change

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Gerald Miller

07-18-2000 18:01:53




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Will the seat from a C bolt into place on a CA?




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Dick L

07-19-2000 13:02:00




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 Re: Allis chalmers CA seat change in reply to Gerald Miller, 07-18-2000 18:01:53  
The after market pan seat sold for the C would also fit the B. The mounting bracket bolted over the transmision and final drive, using the bolts that hold the final drive to the transmision. The CA pan seat bolts just back of the gear shift leaver with two bolts that go into the transmision case and the shock bolts to casting bracket in the power takeoff housing. The bench seat frame for both the C and B is 29 3/4" wide and bolts to the rails that bolt to the top of the final drive over the brakes and to the foot rest. The distance between the same rails on a CA is 32 5/8". If you can make it work you would have your work cut out for you. The right guy can and would do it if you tell him it can't be done.

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Dick L ADDITION

07-19-2000 13:10:57




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 Re: Re: Allis chalmers CA seat change in reply to Dick L, 07-19-2000 13:02:00  
I see I forgot to say that the aftermarket seat had a channel iron between the rails that held the seat spring.



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Tyler(WA)

07-19-2000 07:06:10




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 Re: Allis chalmers CA seat change in reply to Gerald Miller, 07-18-2000 18:01:53  
I'll have to check my books. I recently bought a fleet of little Allis' and my one C has a seat much like the CA's. It looks original too. Spring seat with a shock absorber. The shock is bad so you look like Oliver Douglas, riding it.



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Kim

07-19-2000 09:02:10




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 Re: Re: Allis chalmers CA seat change in reply to Tyler(WA), 07-19-2000 07:06:10  
Tyler, according to my resident AC fanatic, the Model B always came with a bench seat. But the Model C could be ordered with either a bench seat or a pan seat. You happen to have "one of each". I believe the bench seat for the C was standard equipment, which is probably why most of the C's you find have one. Chris and I have seen our share of both seat options.

Kim



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Tyler(WA)

07-20-2000 07:00:46




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 Re: Re: Re: Allis chalmers CA seat change in reply to Kim, 07-19-2000 09:02:10  
Thank you most kindly, your honor, Mrs. Mayor.

I thought for sure the C had a pan seat and took a look at it last night to make double sure I wasn't kornfused. Thanks for the feed from our very own resident YT Little Allis expert. That man of yours sure does know these little Allis'.

How rare is a C with the pan seat? Was it a popular option?



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Grandad (MI)

07-18-2000 18:24:44




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 Re: Allis chalmers CA seat change in reply to Gerald Miller, 07-18-2000 18:01:53  
"Fraid not. The C had a bench seat like the B



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