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Allis B sickle mower

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Grandpa love

02-04-2020 04:44:32




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Guy sold this to me. He took it off a Farmall A. Folks on farmall forum say it's Allis. What say the Allis guys?




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Traditional Farmer

02-04-2020 12:02:36




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 Re: Allis B sickle mower in reply to Grandpa love, 02-04-2020 04:44:32  
Come on up to VA I'll throw a couple of those mower frames on your truck,probably have close to a dozen around here.



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Brian G. NY

02-04-2020 08:01:26




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 Re: Allis B sickle mower in reply to Grandpa love, 02-04-2020 04:44:32  
I don't think it is going to be too difficult to "re-adapt" that to a B.

Once you set it under the tractor, you can easily determine what pieces have to be welded on to make it work.

Back in the late 40s my Dad, with the help of a professional welder,

converted a horse drawn JD mower to fit under the belly of his B.

That was a little more difficult



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4wdtom

02-04-2020 06:57:53




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 Re: Allis B sickle mower in reply to Grandpa love, 02-04-2020 04:44:32  
Agreed, it is for a B/C and the rear frame rails have been cut. They are supposed to extend back and mount on the drawbar. If you find an uncut mower you could measure how much has been cut off and weld on some extensions. Also the front uprights look like they have been modified too as the bolt holes at the top don't look like they would fit the B/C bellhousing. If fitting it to a B/C you need to have the pulleys lined up. There are two sized pto shafts too, 1 1/8" on earlier tractors and 1 3/8" on later ones. I believe the single groove pulleys on the earlier ones were larger diameter than the double groove pulleys on the later ones.

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Traditional Farmer

02-04-2020 05:40:10




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 Re: Allis B sickle mower in reply to Grandpa love, 02-04-2020 04:44:32  
Its a B/C mower that's been modified,unfortunately they cut the rear frame pieces off so no way to mount the rear of the mower to the drawbar of a B/C.



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