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C Allis Mount and Dismount

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ric44

01-21-2019 08:31:17




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Guys I'm sure this topic has been discussed before but I'm looking for suggestions on how best to get down from the seat and back on the ground from one of these tractors ? I'm a rather large fellow and not so young as I used to be (64yo) . It has a step on the left side that makes getting on not too bad but I've yet to figure out the easiest way to get off . I know I could take the seat back off and slide off from behind but I'd like to leave it in factory configuration if possible . Give me some ideas and let me know how you big old guys do it lol . Just traded for this thing and love it but damn........

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Switch

01-26-2019 07:13:22




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 Re: C Allis Mount and Dismount in reply to ric44, 01-21-2019 08:31:17  
Make a real double step. Mount between axle and that first bolt for cultivator at a45 degree angle. Easier than it sounds.



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Butch(oh)

01-22-2019 04:05:21




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 Re: C Allis Mount and Dismount in reply to ric44, 01-21-2019 08:31:17  
In my opinion the best B-C mount and dismount fix is to get rid of the OEM seat and find a Monroe pan seat. I am getting up there in age myself and it is easy to step on the draw bar with my left foot, swing my right leg up past the seat to the right axle housing, then bring my left leg up and sit down. I would add that if a person is physically challenged there is no fix, I know of many that were sold when the owners could no longer mount them even with an aftermarket step or monroe seat.

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Dick L

01-21-2019 14:45:42




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 Re: C Allis Mount and Dismount in reply to ric44, 01-21-2019 08:31:17  
At 80 with bad legs I took the right fender off. I back up to the right side tire, place heel on the drawbar and work my rear up the tire until I am setting half on the tire and seat. I then slide my rear across the seat to where I can get my left foot on the left side of the steering wheel. Then I slide my rear back to the center of the seat ready to go.



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Brian G. NY

01-21-2019 13:20:24




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 Re: C Allis Mount and Dismount in reply to ric44, 01-21-2019 08:31:17  
My Dad left the plow drawbar on most of the time.

Makes a good step from either side.

Of course when the cultivators or mowing machine were mounted,

they provided their own steps of sorts.



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Traditional Farmer

01-21-2019 11:26:42




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 Re: C Allis Mount and Dismount in reply to ric44, 01-21-2019 08:31:17  
I figure that is why B and C tractors are cheap young guys don't want them and us old guys can't get on and off them.



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Aaron SEIA

01-21-2019 10:11:43




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 Re: C Allis Mount and Dismount in reply to ric44, 01-21-2019 08:31:17  
I'm just spry enough I can still throw my right leg over the steering wheel and go off front wards. Try getting off with the front mount cultivator on...

AaronSEIA



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john from ontario

01-21-2019 09:07:59




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 Re: C Allis Mount and Dismount in reply to ric44, 01-21-2019 08:31:17  
I have a step like you describe, which helps getting on, but I find it easier to dismount by swinging my legs over the fender and slide down the back. I do have a pan seat I can put on if I am planning to be on and off a lot. Nothing is real easy. Funny, I never used to think there was any problem!



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ric44

01-21-2019 15:29:45




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 Re: C Allis Mount and Dismount in reply to john from ontario, 01-21-2019 09:07:59  
The weather is supposed to moderate a bit here in West Ky the next day or two so gonna practice the dismount . I'll get it figured out eventually maybe . I love putting around on this thing and would like to keep it around . Thanks for the tips .



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1954Frank

01-28-2019 11:42:55




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 Re: C Allis Mount and Dismount in reply to ric44, 01-21-2019 15:29:45  
Nice looking C. I'm jealous! Wish I had another one.



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