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Allis B Questions

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Phil (VA)

02-24-2003 06:32:08




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I'm mostly into Fergusons, etc., and kinda new to Allis. Been looking for a B or C to mow with. Found a B with serial number 110,xxx, electric start, runs very good, good steering, tires 70%, shifts fine. Has hydraulics that don't want to go down, but come up great (have to force it down for some reason). It's in Va. Fellow wants $1895. Comes with plow and six cultivators. I have a line on a mower for $100, so that isn't an issue. Any advice? Price seems a little high to me, as I was thinking around $1500, but it is springtime almost, so that is a factor. Sorry for long post. Thanks for replies.

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Phil (VA)

02-25-2003 08:19:50




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 Re: Allis B Questions in reply to Phil (VA), 02-24-2003 06:32:08  
Thanks, fellows. The cultivators obviously will work as the structure for them is in place. The plow is a mystery to me how to hook it up, but the moldboard and share of the plow itself is good and it appears to have the necessary apparatus to hook it up. I probably will never use the plow, as I have Fergusons I will use to plow with. I guess I could sell the plow. Tractor appears to have been well cared for. It is presented as a two-owner. It's outdoors now, but looks to have been shedded most of its life. I think I will offer $1500 and see what happens. Thanks again.

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ron pierce

02-27-2003 18:56:28




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 Re: Re: Allis B Questions in reply to Phil (VA), 02-25-2003 08:19:50  
I have a 1948 b allis i am restoring.
Need to know the horse power for this tractor.



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D13

02-25-2003 07:24:29




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 Re: Allis B Questions in reply to Phil (VA), 02-24-2003 06:32:08  
Tractor is worth around $1300 with belt/PTO/hydraulics. Each implement adds 150-200 if in good working condition.

I paid $2150 for a nice one with a 5' Woods belly mower, and $1000 for an ugly but functional with belly plow and added on hydraulics.



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Tom

02-24-2003 18:43:16




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 Re: Allis B Questions in reply to Phil (VA), 02-24-2003 06:32:08  
The hydraulics are single acting, that is now power down so you need the weight of an implement to lower them, or you need to push down on the linkage. On ACs always look at the shift lever boot, and if it is shot check the transmission for water. Bs and Cs are good simple tractors, good power and dependable. Handy size. The price doesn't seem to high for my area as it comes with two implements. Long as the condition is good that is.

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havvey

02-25-2003 16:36:31




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 Re: Re: Allis B Questions in reply to Tom, 02-24-2003 18:43:16  
for my area a little high even at 1500



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