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followup- 51 AC trike ( CA )

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09-25-2003 20:06:55

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Ok, some followup info on the 51 AC trike I was going to go see.

I called the guys, and sopposedly it is a CA model, with the trike front end.. but also has a wide front end that goes with it.. plus a few other odds n ends.. and an original owners manual. Soppesdly in great condition except or the paint.

Guy was asking 2900 will go down to 2500.

I have no idea of the value, so I need pricing help.

Also, from reading the other messages, I see that this model has a hand clutch. Is there also a foot clutch.. or is the hand clutch the only on there?

thanks for the info.


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09-26-2003 03:08:36

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 Re: followup- 51 AC trike ( CA ) in reply to souNdguy, 09-25-2003 20:06:55  
Payed 2000 for one in excellent shape,wide front.

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09-25-2003 20:42:11

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 Re: followup- 51 AC trike ( CA ) in reply to souNdguy, 09-25-2003 20:06:55  

For that price it should be in excellent condition. It should have a foot and hand clutch. The hand clutch is next to your right leg, you pull it towards you to stop tractor motion....handy when you need to keep the pto/hydraulics going. It is spring loaded and won't stay back by itself. It actually is just a way to break the right axle (similar to having one wheel on ice and not being able to move). A lot of tractors had these clutches taken out or bolted solid because of slipping problems. I'd make sure this one will pull a load without slipping....fixing it can get expensive. Also 2nd and 3rd gear should be checked as they are known to wear and pop out of gear under heavy load or going downhill. Also check to see that the lift arms work. They use the same oil as the rearend, and if water gets in (common problem) the check balls in the pump can get stuck and the pump won't lift. Make sure all the necessary parts are there to mount up the wide front.

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09-26-2003 19:19:17

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 Re: Re: followup- 51 AC trike ( CA ) in reply to Eldon, 09-25-2003 20:42:11  
The water in the transmission got there (if there is any) from a rotten or missing shift lever boot. Always keep these in good condition or rain and snow can get into the transmission here. If it is bad check for water in the transmission/differential.

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