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Looking For Wide Front For 1954 CA Possible Purchase

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02-18-2002 19:31:06

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I am looking for a wfe (complete) for a 1954 CA nfe tractor I am hoping to buy. Anyone know where I could get this kit and how much it would cost? Plus, what existing nfe parts would be used in the conversion? Thanks in advance to all who can help. We'll see if I can join the Allis party here in central WV.

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02-24-2002 22:11:42

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 Re: Looking For Wide Front For 1954 CA Possible Purchase in reply to CAShopper, 02-18-2002 19:31:06  
You can use the wheels, hubs, bearings, axle nuts. Probably some gears and other parts inside the housing. I wouldn't tear it apart, though. Just keep it in case you want to go back to original. Sometimes a narrow front is better than a widefront. If you've broken the housing, then salvage what you can.

Since this is a high demand item, a complete front end change-over from a salvage yard would be around $400.00 plus freight. If bought sight unseen, which I wouldn't recommend, expect that there will be welds, bends, wear, etc. You must have the correct frontend steering gear and housing assembly in the package. A Model C will fit, but is different.

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