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Allis Chalmers B and C

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Mike Griffin

10-23-2003 15:16:34

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Lookiing at two AC's One is narrow front and the other is wide front. Questions- 1. appears one is a B and other C
or combination of B and C parts. Are the engines the same and/or interchangeable? Does this detract from value of tractor if C has B engine, or vise versa? 2. The tractor with wide front appears to be a C. WF is curved upward at attachment point on tractor. Is this type of WF for a B and not C or are they interchangeable? 3. It appears there is a small pump mounted on the right side of the PTO belt wheel on rear. What would this have been for?

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10-23-2003 17:43:41

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 Re: Allis Chalmers B and C in reply to Mike Griffin, 10-23-2003 15:16:34  
1. Engines are identical. Not possible to tell one from the other even by serial number except for early B engines which were model BE engines. All others were CE (even in the B).
2. Axle that curves upward is a B. Tractor serial number is on top of transmission near shifting lever. Will read, "Tractor Number" with a number following. Will either have a B or a C first depending on the tractor.
3. THat's the hydraulic pump.

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10-23-2003 18:49:36

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 Re: Re: Allis Chalmers B and C in reply to DanD., 10-23-2003 17:43:41  
--all "B" are wide front ends. "C" can be wide or narrow.
-- rear axles on C are about 6 inches longer on each side, so a "C" is about 6 ft wide, and a "B" is about 5 ft wide, outside the tires.
--you can slide wheels in or out or reverse to change the "total width"
--steering box is located below the gas tank. "C" steering arm points up, "B" points down.
--steering arm at front end on a B is attached to the left wheel kinkpin. arm on a C is located below the radiator.

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