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Allis CA vs. Farmall Super A

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John

08-19-2002 17:54:25




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How does the CA compare to a Farmall Super A?




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Greg Ballantyne

08-21-2002 19:04:16




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 Re: Allis CA vs. Farmall Super A in reply to John, 08-19-2002 17:54:25  
to favorably compare the Super A to an AC compare to the AC B. The AC B compared favorably to the Farmall A. Of course, this all depends on the year B compared.



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RMD

08-20-2002 06:48:53




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 Re: Allis CA vs. Farmall Super A in reply to John, 08-19-2002 17:54:25  
The more appropriate match up would be the CA vs. the Super C.



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John

08-20-2002 15:51:42




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 Re: Re: Allis CA vs. Farmall Super A in reply to RMD, 08-20-2002 06:48:53  
How does the CA compare to the Super C?



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RMD

08-21-2002 07:29:10




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 Re: Re: Re: Allis CA vs. Farmall Super A in reply to John, 08-20-2002 15:51:42  
I've always considered the CA and Super C to be competitive (you can look up the stats). The point is that the Super C is clearly a lot more tractor than a Super A, as is the CA.



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JeffC

08-20-2002 04:35:37




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 Re: Allis CA vs. Farmall Super A in reply to John, 08-19-2002 17:54:25  
The CA was tested at Nebraska (test #453) and put out 25 belt and 22 drawbar horsepower. I don't have the test figures handy for the Super A, but I believe it was tested at @19/16 hp.



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Bill Hires

08-19-2002 18:46:25




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 Re: Allis CA vs. Farmall Super A in reply to John, 08-19-2002 17:54:25  
Bore CA= 3 3/8".Super A= 3",Stroke CA= 3 1/2", Super A= 4",Displacement CA=125 cu. in., Super A= 113.1 cu. in.



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Brian G. NY

08-20-2002 05:55:55




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 Re: Re: Allis CA vs. Farmall Super A in reply to Bill Hires, 08-19-2002 18:46:25  
Plus......The CA had power adjust wheels, snap-coupler hitch and a separate hand clutch which provided a sort of independent PTO; much ahead of most tractors it's size at the time.



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Curt

08-20-2002 16:12:43




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 Re: Re: Re: Allis CA vs. Farmall Super A in reply to Brian G. NY, 08-20-2002 05:55:55  
what are power adjustable wheels?



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Diesel Don

08-20-2002 16:35:52




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Allis CA vs. Farmall Super A in reply to Curt, 08-20-2002 16:12:43  
The power adjusting wheel is something I believe AC invented.There are angled steel bars welded to the wheels.There are clamps that ride on the bars conected to the wheel center.To widen or narrow the wheels,blocks are removed on each side of the clamps on the wheel you want to move.One is then reinstalled in the position you want the wheel to be at.You release the clutch,the center spins to the clamp,reinstall the second clamp,and away you go at the new width.Its a very slick setup copied by a lot of manufactures since.

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chris

08-20-2002 16:33:51




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Allis CA vs. Farmall Super A in reply to Curt, 08-20-2002 16:12:43  
power-adjust wheels are an AC invention, you can move the rear wheels in or out just by driving forward or backward, there's 4(i think) bolts around the wheel that you loosen up



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