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1948 B Allis Chalmers

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Wayne

07-06-2002 15:34:00




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We are restoring a 48 B and are trying to find out what brand of tires they came out with .We wanted to get it as near to "FactoryNew" as possible Also according to all we can find on paint There are 3 Persian Orange colors. Does any one out there know how to find out which one was the original of our Tractor ser # CE15312G.Also what color letters on decals There seem to be a lot of choices Thank you

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steve

07-07-2002 19:53:04




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 Re: 1948 B Allis Chalmers in reply to Wayne, 07-06-2002 15:34:00  
the CE number probably came off the engine. the tractor serial number is by the transmission shift lever.



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GREG

07-07-2002 18:38:31




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 Re: 1948 B Allis Chalmers in reply to Wayne, 07-06-2002 15:34:00  

ARE YOU SURE YOU HAVE A (B) MOST TIMES THE LETTER BEFORE THE SER. NUMBER TELLS THE MODEL. IF THIS IS TRUE YOU HAVE A (C) OR (CA) ALL THREE LOOK VERY MUCH ALIKE, AT ANY RATE ENJOY REDOING YOUR ALLIS IT'S A LOT OF FUN.



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Kip

07-08-2002 11:13:09




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 Re: Re: 1948 B Allis Chalmers in reply to GREG, 07-07-2002 18:38:31  
CE prefix on engine # is correct on all B's after 1940 as well as all C's. However the tractor ser.# that is near the transmission shifter will begin w\ either B or C on the respective models. By the way the earlier B engine #s begin BE. Allis Chalmers sourced tires from several vendors so it would be tough to pick one particular brand as being "most" correct. Miller Tire would be good source for early style tractor tires.

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steve

07-06-2002 19:07:26




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 Re: 1948 B Allis Chalmers in reply to Wayne, 07-06-2002 15:34:00  
wayne, these are a couple cut and paste info clips from previous posts. your tractor uses Pursian Orange #1, they changed to #2 in the 1960 era with series D, and later to Corporate oragne in the late 1970. for decals call Lyle and talk to him to get the right ones.

These are the paint codes I've collected for Persian Orange #1:
Ditzler PPG Now called Del Star DAR60080; Martin-Senour 99L3723; Martin-Senour 90R-3723; TISCO TP280; Dupont DULUX 008DH; Dupont 008 OR.


Lyle Wacker Rt2 Osmond, NE 68765
(402)-582-4874
He'll set you right up with every sticker they made for that tractor. If you are not sure where they go just give him a call.

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