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1939 RC Allis update

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Terry

04-11-2002 19:08:01




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Ok I have the tractor at home and have done alot of studying of it.From all the help i gathered from all of you,it has the wrong engine in it.It has the bigger engine in it.They changed the hood and grille for sure.Now the question is is it worth restoring it with that engine or should i look for the smaller engine or should i just forget it and part it out?Thanks again for all the help,Terry.




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Tom

04-12-2002 19:13:10




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 Re: 1939 RC Allis update in reply to Terry, 04-11-2002 19:08:01  
I say fix it up. It will be a good running tractor no matter which engine it has. I have seen stock RCs pull surprizingly well at antique tractor pulls, sure they have less power than a WC, but still they do well. Another reason to fix it up is it is orange and anything orange is worth fixing, and when you get it fixed you will find things orange just run better.



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John (C-IL)

04-12-2002 08:28:07




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 Re: 1939 RC Allis update in reply to Terry, 04-11-2002 19:08:01  
Has anyone considered that this tractor could be a WC with an RC rear axle?



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Andy Franz

04-12-2002 07:26:26




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 Re: 1939 RC Allis update in reply to Terry, 04-11-2002 19:08:01  
Hi i think you should restore it because there are hardly any aroud I have one and the engin is small and it needs power



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Butch (OH)

04-12-2002 04:18:04




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 Re: 1939 RC Allis update in reply to Terry, 04-11-2002 19:08:01  
Terry, if it was mine I would try to find the needed RC parts before I parted it out. The engine will be the easy part as any B,C,CA or B power unit engine will work. I think the C engine with a "CE" prefix would be the correct block if the right numbers are important to you. The more difficult parts will be the clutch, pressure plate, flywheel, hood and grill. I believe that those parts are peculiar to the RC. If you decide to part it, the desireable parts are the rear rims, if they are original RC items, the "pumpkin" or differential carrier as the gears are slower ratio than WCs and maybe the housing that has the serial number stamped. Most everything else is standard WC fare and the value would be the same as WC parts, which around here are pretty cheap

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Steve in N.J.

04-11-2002 19:39:44




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 Re: 1939 RC Allis update in reply to Terry, 04-11-2002 19:08:01  
Hi Terry! Might be worth keeping it and restoring it the way it is with the bigger engine. I think some of the fella's on this site talked about how the power-to-weight ratio with the small original engine wasn't that great. Hense, the reason for the low sales of the RC. Could be the reason why sometime in that tractors life it got a different engine. The original one got "ventilated" or it just gave up the ship! I think their pretty cool lookin anyway though.... How's the C coming?

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Terry R.

04-12-2002 05:32:20




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 Re: Re: 1939 RC Allis update in reply to Steve in N.J., 04-11-2002 19:39:44  
The c is coming great.Im hoping to have it just aboutall painted this weekend.Then the wiring harness.Which shhouldnt be just too hard too install.Hopefully it will be done within a couple more weeks.Cant wait to here it run with a fresh new engine in it.It sure is lookin sweet.As for this rc heck its all there,Sure there are some bad stuff wrong with it,but heck its 63 years old,Just think it was suppose to go to the scrap yard this week and i found it and saved the old girl.So i dont know what i will do with it yet,Thanks for all th info,Terry.

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Steve in N.J.

04-12-2002 14:48:12




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 Re: Re: Re: 1939 RC Allis update in reply to Terry R., 04-12-2002 05:32:20  
Hey Terr,
Looks like the boys here want ya to keep it! Ya know the old saying, "majority rules".. ha ha. I think I know what the next project is gonna be.... Oh, by the way, I have a sweet lookin' harness for that sweet lookin C ready.....



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Terry R.

04-13-2002 07:00:05




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: 1939 RC Allis update in reply to Steve in N.J., 04-12-2002 14:48:12  
Thanks Steve and thanks to everyone for the help.I will keep it and will be my next project.Wont be for awhile but i will restore it.Painted all the seat parts last night for my C.Am gonna put them on today.All thats left are the hood,tank and grille.INstall harness and see if she will run.Cant wait.Thanks again,Terry.



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