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Store crank on Model C?

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Tom

06-29-2002 12:12:22




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Was there a special place to store or fasten the crank when not in use on the 1948 Allis-Chalmers Model C?




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Bob

06-29-2002 18:30:44




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 Re: Store crank on Model C? in reply to Tom, 06-29-2002 12:12:22  
On the '47 C we had the crank hung from the steering gear bracket by the tool box cover. My rememberence is that it came new from the dealer in that position. Bob



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Tom

07-01-2002 05:06:38




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 Re: Re: Store crank on Model C? in reply to Bob, 06-29-2002 18:30:44  
After reading your reply, I seem to recall that is where the crank use to hang on our tractor too. Thanks.



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Alvin NE WI

06-29-2002 19:45:22




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 Re: Re: Store crank on Model C? in reply to Bob, 06-29-2002 18:30:44  
That is the same way our '41 C and '51 CA came from the dealer.



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Brian G. NY

07-01-2002 07:54:28




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 Re: Re: Re: Store crank on Model C? in reply to Alvin NE WI, 06-29-2002 19:45:22  
If I recall correctly (it's been many years) my Dad used to keep the crank on his "B" stuck in the hole that goes down into the tool box area just above the battery box; down along the bottom side of the steering column. This seemed to work well and I assume could work on a "C" as well. Of course the "B" doesn't have the same style gear box and thus lacks the option for crank storage you guys speak of.

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