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Phillip

01-14-2004 02:14:21




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I found a pair of AC tractors. 1 Is definetely a B, the other I cannot figure out. It is about the size of my Farmall Cub and has a narrow front end. What tractor did AC make like this? It runs, but need some sheet metal work. are parts readily available for these tractors? Thank you




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steve

01-14-2004 15:57:11




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 Re: Model? in reply to Phillip , 01-14-2004 02:14:21  
a narrow front end probaably makes it a "C". if this is a fact, it has the same motor, transmission, hood, tank, tramnsmission as the "B". the "C" is wider on the rear alxe. DOes it look like the B only narrow front, and wider rear end? serial numbers by the shift lever.



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Kent of SW MO

01-14-2004 07:09:59




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 Re: Model? in reply to Phillip , 01-14-2004 02:14:21  
Is the engine behind the seat? If it is. it is a model G.



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phillip

01-14-2004 16:21:26




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 Re: Re: Model? in reply to Kent of SW MO, 01-14-2004 07:09:59  
The engine is in front. It does look alot like the B, the guy at first told me he had a A and B, the B is for sure a B, but the "A" looks alot like the B, except with the narrow front. What is the narrow front tractor worth? It runs, smokes very little, front sheet metal is pretty good, rear fenders need replaced, tires and rims in pretty good shape. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you



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steve

01-14-2004 19:21:06




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 Re: Re: Re: Model? in reply to phillip, 01-14-2004 16:21:26  
the narrow front is a "C". same as the B, but with wider rear axle and narrow front end. The C is to cultivate 2 rows and the B is to cultivate 1 row (between tires). Base price of a running C is about $700. if you get it for less good for you. If it has decent tires, no rusted out areas, good steering, no slop, etc, it can go up around $1200. Some sections of the country get $4-500 more for tractors than others, but this will give you a good base line. B and C have same motor, trans, pto, hydraulics and pto box and radiator. different finald drives and front steering box and pedestol.

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Gary in IN .

01-16-2004 18:28:07




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Model? in reply to steve, 01-14-2004 19:21:06  
It could be a CA check the SER # By the gear shift



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