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C vs B

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rftlts

04-24-2020 06:27:20




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Will a wide front from a B mount to a C? How similar are the B and C?

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Lumbersawyer

04-25-2020 07:45:30




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 Re: C vs B in reply to rftlts, 04-24-2020 06:27:20  
I'm in Grand Rapids Mn. Not to far away from you. There are quite a few Allis Chalmers guys around our area. The B's are getting quite costly, a running B will bring around $2000 locally. I gave $600 for this C as it had sat a long time. It will need an overhaul if I'm going to work it.



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Lumbersawyer

04-24-2020 07:16:24




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 Re: C vs B in reply to rftlts, 04-24-2020 06:27:20  
I'm not done with my project, I have a snow plow that was my Dads, that's why I needed a wide front on the tractor. I'll get it done before next winter, lol. As you can see I have a 4010 JD with a 8' snow bucket for my main snow removal tractor. The Allis B was destroyed in a fire that we had growing up. I could't find a B but this C became available so it will do.



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Lumbersawyer

04-24-2020 07:06:26




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 Re: C vs B in reply to rftlts, 04-24-2020 06:27:20  
Yeas it will fit. The main difference is the steering box is backwards between the two. I used the C gear box, I bent the drag link to make it work.







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Traditional Farmer

04-24-2020 07:05:32




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 Re: C vs B in reply to rftlts, 04-24-2020 06:27:20  
Where are you located? I have a wide front for a C I'd sell.



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rftlts

04-24-2020 17:13:48




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 Re: C vs B in reply to Traditional Farmer, 04-24-2020 07:05:32  
Moose Lake Mn which is 100 miles north of Minneapolis

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Zachary Hoyt

04-24-2020 07:00:03




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 Re: C vs B in reply to rftlts, 04-24-2020 06:27:20  
An arched wide front from a B will mount to a C but it will look stupid because it is a foot narrower than the C rear end. If you have an adjustable B wide front it can look fine. Also the steering arm will have to be modified in order for the wheels to turn the right way when you turn the steering wheel. I prefer a narrow front on a C, they're much more maneuverable.



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rftlts

04-24-2020 07:05:14




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 Re: C vs B in reply to Zachary Hoyt, 04-24-2020 07:00:03  
The engine is blown on the B. What parts from the B would work on a C?

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Traditional Farmer

04-24-2020 07:07:26




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 Re: C vs B in reply to rftlts, 04-24-2020 07:05:14  
Most of the parts off the B will work on the C except for final drives,if you put the B front on the best thing to do is also put the whole steering column off the B on the C.



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