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Chris Bryant

09-23-2002 17:47:44

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I am attempting to find out what type of AC my gradfather had on his small farm in SC. I know it was AC and orange. He had it from around 1958-1970 when we sold the farm. I know I would recognize this fine tractor if I saw one. He used to add weights to the front if plowing. He had some other accessories such as a fertilizer spreader of some sort. It had a visable small wheel or pully on the side that would turn. Possibly a clutch? Fianlly, it had a hand crank that fit in the front in case it would not start. My uncle still has the crank and said I can have it. Any ideas?

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Greg Ballantyne

09-23-2002 17:58:01

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 Re: AC Very basic info. in reply to Chris Bryant, 09-23-2002 17:47:44  
I would suggest that you at some of the pictures in this site, or some of the AC for sale picture adds. You'll likely see the tractor you'll recognize. Your description could be nearly any AC, although not too many of the B's, C's, or CA's used front weights that were easily added and removed, although front fork weights, front engine weights, and front wheel weights were available for those models.

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09-23-2002 19:01:17

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 Re: Re: AC Very basic info. in reply to Greg Ballantyne, 09-23-2002 17:58:01  
probably the Wc-WD-45 series. I will send you a couple pictures on e-mail. WC started in late 1930, then changed to WD then WD45 in the later 1950s.

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