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Allis Chalmers Model C

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David

04-01-2003 14:32:18




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I am getting ready to restore a Model C. I have done other tractors, Ford 600 and several Cub Cadets, but know very little about the Model C. Where is a good place to get a manual? Which one? Are dealers good for parts or is the aftermarket the best? And lastly, what are some problem areas with the C ? Many thanks, David in Virginia




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Terry

04-01-2003 19:43:24




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 Re: Allis Chalmers Model C in reply to David, 04-01-2003 14:32:18  
I restored a 41 c last summer.What a great time.If you need wiring,get the whole kit from Steve at B&B.Great kit and great guy to answer your questions.I can help you out with some of the ? you have also.Just ask.



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Dana (Iowa)

04-01-2003 18:25:58




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 Re: Allis Chalmers Model C in reply to David, 04-01-2003 14:32:18  
David,

I did a complete restoration on what used to be my father-in-law's 1947 Model C. I finished the bulk of it last year (still have a few minor details to wrap up).

If I can be of any assistance, let me know. I tried to keep a log of all bearing, race, and seal part numbers so I could hopefully save some other soul some time tracking down part numbers (it seemed like that was all I did for several weeks!).

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Mike (MA)

04-01-2003 17:02:09




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 Re: Allis Chalmers Model C in reply to David, 04-01-2003 14:32:18  
David,

I'm also in the process of restoring an AC C ('49). I've found that the folks here and at the unofficial allis forum have been very helpful with answering questions and sourcing parts (I've also purchased my wiring components from Steve at B&B). As for manuals, many reprints and originals are available on Ebay. If you've got any specific questions, let me know.

Mike



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Steve in N.J.

04-01-2003 16:06:11




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 Re: Allis Chalmers Model C in reply to David, 04-01-2003 14:32:18  
David, I ya ever need any electrical parts, service, or a wiring system for your new project, drop us a line. Be more that happy to help ya out and walk ya through any electrical troubles! Have fun with your new project!
Steve/B&B Custom Circuits



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jc

04-02-2003 06:57:02




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 Re: Re: Allis Chalmers Model C in reply to Steve in N.J., 04-01-2003 16:06:11  
I think the C tends to get overlooked because it is kind of in the middle between the B and the CA. The B was a little smaller than the C and seems like it is often a sentimental favorite of many AC folks, while the CA was a little more powerful. I think the C is a great tractor because it is small enough to strap a belly mower for finish work around the yard but stout enough to do bigger jobs.

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