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Information Needed - B - Rear, Tail Light

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alsparl

03-14-2020 19:03:11




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I am searching for any information that may be available on the B rear light. To my understanding, this unit was used until mid-50. This is not the more common "bullet" light; rather, this unit has the white lens facing the rear and the red lens window. If you have access to one of these, I would like to ask some questions and would appreciate a direct email or phone number. Thank you for your time and consideration as it is appreciated.

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Raptor44

03-22-2020 17:05:11




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 Re: Information Needed - B - Rear, Tail Light in reply to alsparl, 03-14-2020 19:03:11  
Actually after looking mine is the same thats posted. Clear outer lens. The lens that fits around the inside and is shining through the bottom is reddish, orange and yellow.



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Raptor44

03-19-2020 15:48:57




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 Re: Information Needed - B - Rear, Tail Light in reply to alsparl, 03-14-2020 19:03:11  
Haven't been on for a while. I have an original on my 51, the light appears to be clear on the bottom and red to orange. will post a pic tomorrow.



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alsparl

03-15-2020 11:25:41




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 Re: Information Needed - B - Rear, Tail Light in reply to alsparl, 03-14-2020 19:03:11  
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Thank you for posting this, I appreciate seeing how the pieces flow together.



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alsparl

03-15-2020 11:24:29




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 Re: Information Needed - B - Rear, Tail Light in reply to alsparl, 03-14-2020 19:03:11  
[quote="muleboss"](quoted from post at 16:57:58 03/15/20) Here is picture of tail lite off my C Allis.

Thank you very much for posting those pics, that is a very interesting unit; same concept but just enough different is appears.



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alsparl

03-15-2020 11:11:22




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 Re: Information Needed - B - Rear, Tail Light in reply to alsparl, 03-14-2020 19:03:11  
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Hi Steel, yes, that is the correct one. Thank you for posting the photo.



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muleboss

03-15-2020 10:57:58




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 Re: Information Needed - B - Rear, Tail Light in reply to alsparl, 03-14-2020 19:03:11  
Here is picture of tail lite off my C Allis.









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steel

03-15-2020 07:45:45




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 Re: Information Needed - B - Rear, Tail Light in reply to alsparl, 03-14-2020 19:03:11  
Like this one- off the back of my seat frame?



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Jerry Coulter

03-15-2020 07:08:41




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 Re: Information Needed - B - Rear, Tail Light in reply to alsparl, 03-14-2020 19:03:11  
I have a NOS B-C tail light part number 211323 which I intend to use. It has clear lens out the rear and red lens to the side. Looks just opposite to the lenses on my Model TT Ford tail lite which had red to the rear and clear to the license plate but was otherwise a similar light. Email is open.



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Aaron SEIA

03-15-2020 04:27:19




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 Re: Information Needed - B - Rear, Tail Light in reply to alsparl, 03-14-2020 19:03:11  
Here's the parts book page, but it doesn't list the color of the lenses.

AaronSEIA

https://na.apb.agcocorp.com/p/agcoallis/79001543/l/90?



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Bob Bancroft

03-15-2020 00:39:59




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 Re: Information Needed - B - Rear, Tail Light in reply to alsparl, 03-14-2020 19:03:11  
As I recall, the rear lamp was maybe 4" diameter. Red lens, no white, just like the bullet lamp. I guess we weren't supposed to be working, only "roading" the tractor after dark!



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alsparl

03-14-2020 20:07:42




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 Re: Information Needed - B - Rear, Tail Light in reply to alsparl, 03-14-2020 19:03:11  
Check on it if you do not mind and let me know. Thank you for your time.



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BIG RUH

03-14-2020 19:11:21




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 Re: Information Needed - B - Rear, Tail Light in reply to alsparl, 03-14-2020 19:03:11  
The red lens will cost you gold if you can find one. I might have a light but no lens laying around in the shed



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BIG RUH

03-15-2020 07:06:13




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 Re: Information Needed - B - Rear, Tail Light in reply to BIG RUH, 03-14-2020 19:11:21  
I'll take a look, but no promises that I can find it



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