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Allis C ?

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Peter

07-24-2002 06:01:17




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I have a question if an Allis C would meet the needs on my 8-acre hobby farm. I have the chance to buy a restored C looks and runs like knew have hydraulics. The price $1600 the gentleman is our paper deliver. I need to use the tractor to plow about 1 acre and would like to put a bucket, blade or possible a small 4foot? Snow blower on the tractor. Is the C too small for this? Should I move up to say a Farmall H size. I was at an action last weekend, messed up, and did not buy. The gentleman’s four restored tractors were great and went reasonable. Two ’52 MM Z narrow front went for $1400 wide front $1700, the 45 Allis C went for $1400 and the ’45 Massy 101 JR $1750. Thank You for any input.

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John

07-26-2002 11:42:34




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 Re: Allis C ? in reply to Peter, 07-24-2002 06:01:17  
Do any of you gentlemen know what is the original rear rim size for a model C? I have 11.2 x 24 tires on 9x24 rims. Is a 9x24 correct, or is a 10x24 better?



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wu

10-01-2003 21:50:47




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 Re: Re: Allis C ? in reply to John, 07-26-2002 11:42:34  
Did you ever get a reply to your question?

I have the same size tires. I about to replace my rims because they're rotted out.



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stuart

07-24-2002 19:15:59




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 Re: Allis C ? in reply to Peter, 07-24-2002 06:01:17  
last sat. i picked up a 1949 "C" at a neighbors auction for $850 ..... it is as orignal as they come....no dents .... could use a paint job....
a c will do all you need, but here in upstate n.y. it would be hard to find the attatchments you want
you might want to look for something with 3 point...... good luck



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Peter

07-24-2002 06:20:24




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 Re: Re: Allis C ? in reply to Jim Danforth, 07-24-2002 06:17:25  
I live in South Eastern MN about 35 miles southeast of Rochester, MN



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