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B/C/CA Side Weights

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Dana (Iowa)

12-08-2002 18:28:13




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Do B/C/CA Models all use the same side weights ( mounted on the bellhousing) or are there specific weights for the different models?

Thanks in advance!




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Brian Ahart (MO)

12-12-2002 05:24:11




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 Re: B/C/CA Side Weights in reply to Dana (Iowa), 12-08-2002 18:28:13  
Eldon is correct. The CA weights are longer than the B/C weights. I have a set of CA weights on my B, but had to make a bracket that bolts to the bellhousing in order to bolt the rear of the weight to the tractor. I believe I also had to shave 1/4" or so off the rear edge of the weight so it would fit snugly against the block.

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ACmaninNC

12-10-2002 15:56:22




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 Re: B/C/CA Side Weights in reply to Dana (Iowa), 12-08-2002 18:28:13  
The b uses any type "As Long As AC" the C, and CA use the type with the groove cut in them so they will not affect the steering arm.

AC



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David Maddux

12-09-2002 05:46:03




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 Re: B/C/CA Side Weights in reply to Dana (Iowa), 12-08-2002 18:28:13  
I was at the understanding that there was a difference the B and C because of the steering rod location on one or the other. Charles Felger from Iowa has a set on his B and he was showing me the difference this summer. They are real close but one has an area cut out of the weight for this reason. Dave.



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Eldon

12-09-2002 06:43:36




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 Re: Re: B/C/CA Side Weights in reply to David Maddux, 12-09-2002 05:46:03  

This could be true as I have never tried my weights on a B.



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Rod (NH)

12-09-2002 07:03:52




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 Re: Re: Re: B/C/CA Side Weights in reply to Eldon, 12-09-2002 06:43:36  
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Hi Eldon,

I can't vouch for the C weights but David is correct for those for the B. The left side B weight is different than the right side. It has some material removed from the lower rear portion on an angle to provide clearance with the different steering linkage on the B. If you look carefully you can see that angle in this photo of my B.

Rod

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Eldon

12-08-2002 19:32:58




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 Re: B/C/CA Side Weights in reply to Dana (Iowa), 12-08-2002 18:28:13  

B and C weights are the same, CA weights are a little longer but B/C weights will work on a CA if you put a longer bolt in the front or make a bracket to move the weight forward (to get the most benefit).



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