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IB Allis needs help

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12-15-2002 14:36:02

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We recently came up with a 1952 IB that has had a fairly rough life. What I need is a picture or diagram of the foot throttle and how it mounts. also need a picture or diagram on how the pto and hydraulic levers looked on this model.
Thanks for your help

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12-16-2002 16:20:54

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 Re: IB Allis needs help in reply to Odis, 12-15-2002 14:36:02  
Odis, i took the pictures of the throttle and will snde you them e-mail. I also got mail from someone else concerning IB and mistakenly deleted it. Send again if you read this and have a question.

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12-15-2002 19:13:00

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 Re: IB Allis needs help in reply to Odis, 12-15-2002 14:36:02  
dont have any pictures of the throttle on file. I can take a couple tomorrow night, if no one else gets them first. the PTO engage is a 1/4 rod that lays on the right side of the alxs housing. pull straight up to engage. the raise and lower stickes out the left front corner under the seat. it crosses over the back top edge of the axle housing and mounts with two sheetmetal clamps. it bends down 90 degress on the right side and connects to the hydraulic valve. mine has been modified, but i can give you a picture with a general idea. were are you located, what state? Im Illinois.

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