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Ian Schedler

10-10-2001 16:01:38

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I much dose a AC B weigh.

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10-12-2001 13:49:32

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 Re: Allis Chalmers B in reply to Ian Schedler, 10-10-2001 16:01:38  
Allis-Chalmers B:

shipping weight 2,060 lbs
unballasted weight 2,199 lbs
ballasted weight 4,193 lbs

(Source: Allis-Chalmers Farm Equipment 1914-1985 by Norm Swinford)

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Jerry Coulter

10-12-2001 12:13:23

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 Re: Allis Chalmers B in reply to Ian Schedler, 10-10-2001 16:01:38  
The last line on page 5 of my 1939 AC B operators manual says "Weight With oil, gas and water, and Hydromatic tires - 2160#." It shows 8.00-24 tires which would hold 165 - 175 ballast in each tire. This tractor came with no electrics or PTO.

A 1968 used tractor price guide says the tractor weighs 2126 lbs including PTO, starter, generator and battery. This shows 9-24 tires containing 229 - 242 lbs ballast in each tire.

I feel certain these 2 sources used different scales!

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Dick L

10-11-2001 07:56:00

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 Re: Allis Chalmers B in reply to Ian Schedler, 10-10-2001 16:01:38  
I have two that I have pulled in the 2000# class without wheel weights. They have to be in the area of 1800# without a driver.

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darrell cogins

10-10-2001 16:20:35

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 Re: Allis Chalmers B in reply to Ian Schedler, 10-10-2001 16:01:38  
I have a model b and it could not weigh to much I would say about 1800lds I can puch my a/c around with no problem but when i add the plow on it add about exter 300 lds or less

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10-10-2001 18:33:39

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 Re: Re: Allis Chalmers B in reply to darrell cogins , 10-10-2001 16:20:35  
My brother-in-law has hauled B's on the back of a half-ton pickup. They squat the truck down, but ride just fine. The front wheels of the B are slightly wider than the distance between wheel wells, so one wheel has to be run over a wheel well to load it.

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