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Changing the front tires

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Redhawk

05-09-2019 16:47:40




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I have a problem that I would like to post. My Allis Chalmers C has a couple of bad front tires that I need to replace. The problem is that I currently donít have the ability to crank it with the starter. I have been rolling it to kick start it. In addition, it has a Woods L306AC belly more mounted on it so I canít jack it up under the torque tube. Any suggestions for how to get it jacked up and change the front tires?

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steve_in_mo

05-09-2019 18:21:12




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 Re: Changing the front tires in reply to Redhawk, 05-09-2019 16:47:40  
Those little tractors aren't very heavy. A bottle jack under the end of the axle would do it.
A 4 x 4 and some cribbing would do it.



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Dick L

05-10-2019 04:58:10




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 Re: Changing the front tires in reply to steve_in_mo, 05-09-2019 18:21:12  
I have jacked the C's using a 2"X 4" under the pan from the time I had the first C years ago. As stated they are not all that heavy. I never used a jack without a board to distribute the weight in any case. To do front tires on narrow front tractor I always drove one tire up on a block of some type regardless of the size of tractor. Normally one short 2"X 4" with another on top a few inches ahead to have a slight ramp.

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Dick L

05-09-2019 18:03:39




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 Re: Changing the front tires in reply to Redhawk, 05-09-2019 16:47:40  
I have always to jack up both my B's and C's with the woods mower on.



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Dick L

05-10-2019 03:39:25




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 Re: Changing the front tires in reply to Dick L, 05-09-2019 18:03:39  
It better be thick enough or the tractor would break in half at that point. The jack stand was under the lobe under the ell housing.



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Redhawk

05-09-2019 18:15:27




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 Re: Changing the front tires in reply to Dick L, 05-09-2019 18:03:39  
Is that jack stand right behind the oil pan? I wasnít sure how thick the housing was there.



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old

05-09-2019 16:57:16




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 Re: Changing the front tires in reply to Redhawk, 05-09-2019 16:47:40  
A 6X6 or 4X4 under one front tire by using a com-a-long and a tree or a truck as the anchor. Pull it up so one tire is off the ground change it then do it again for the other side



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Redhawk

05-09-2019 18:18:39




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 Re: Changing the front tires in reply to old, 05-09-2019 16:57:16  
Thanks, that sounds like a good option. Are these old tires tube type? I have had this tractor for probably 30 years and this is the first time iíve had a problem with the tires. Guess you canít complain about that!



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old

05-09-2019 18:40:01




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 Re: Changing the front tires in reply to Redhawk, 05-09-2019 18:18:39  
Yes tire are tube type and so are the rims so new tires means either you use the old tubes of buy new ones



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