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3 point conversions for a C

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Nick

08-31-2000 16:24:05




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I have been looking at 3 point conversions for my C and found one built by C ad D equipment. Is this a good conversion and how much will the hydrolic system on a C lift? Thanks for any information.




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Bob

09-03-2000 18:04:01




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 Re: 3 point conversions for a C in reply to Nick, 08-31-2000 16:24:05  
Nick: Sorry, I dont have your answer, have a question for you and other knowledgeable folks here. I have the opportunity to buy a "C" that has been sand blasted, I am not sure of the C, how does it compare to which other model nearest it in size, appearance? There was none on the picture list. Thanks



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Bob

09-03-2000 19:00:49




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 Re: Re: 3 point conversions for a C in reply to Bob, 09-03-2000 18:04:01  
Thanks Nick! What I have is the info that it is sandblasted and primed for 800. what do you think?



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Nick

09-03-2000 19:17:53




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 Re: Re: Re: 3 point conversions for a C in reply to Bob, 09-03-2000 19:00:49  

Price is hard to say, $800 would be ok if the tires are good and it runs ok. I paid $500 for mine but I had to buy another $800 in parts and paint to get it looking like it does. I might not be a good judge, if I wanted it and it was close to home I would buy it rather than look all over for a good deal.



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Nick

09-03-2000 18:26:14




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 Re: Re: 3 point conversions for a C in reply to Bob, 09-03-2000 18:04:01  

A picture of mine is on my website http://community.webtv.net/rexor29/pulls The B,C and CA all look about the same. All of the Bs had a wide font the C came both ways. The CA has PA rims and a hand clutch lever other than that and a few small changes they all look about the same. The B is just a bit smaller. WD and WC tractors are much larger tractors and don't look like a C.

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Nick

09-03-2000 19:03:42




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 Re: Re: Re: 3 point conversions for a C in reply to Nick, 09-03-2000 18:26:14  

That should have said all the Bs had a wide front. For Horsepower the B and C are about the same and the CA has about 4 more. I also left out that the B and C have a 3 speed trans. and the CA has a 4 speed.



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