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Howard Weeks

02-17-2004 19:00:15




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I am in need of an original (or near) generator pulley for a 6 volt Delco generator. Anyone know where I can buy one?

Question: Also looking for a couple headlights.
Know they mount in the top side holes on the grill / radiator. Mine did not come with lights mounted there. My question is - how did they put a nut on the back side up in that corner on the radiator?? There are no holes in that fan shroud on the back of my radiator at all. There must be an easy solution but I sure do not see it!

Thanks!

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Bryan Smith

02-20-2004 13:04:16




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 Re: Allis B Parts in reply to Howard Weeks, 02-17-2004 19:00:15  
Norm's sells headlights almost identical to the originals - check out my website for pictures of his and the originals on my 51 CA.

You *can* get the pulley for the generator through NAPA - about $40 or so. Not cheap! But, if you have to have one and you can't find a junker that's another option ....

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Glenn in PA

02-19-2004 09:41:29




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 Re: Allis B Parts in reply to Howard Weeks, 02-17-2004 19:00:15  
Howard,

I may have one on a dead generator. It is in the barn at my collection, and I won't be there until next weekend. If you can wait that long, I'll dig it out. Let me know here, or over on the unofficial AC board, I responded to you there as well.

Glenn



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Rod (NH)

02-17-2004 20:29:39




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 Re: Allis B Parts in reply to Howard Weeks, 02-17-2004 19:00:15  
Hi Howard,

The radiator shroud should have holes with nuts welded to the backside. Those holes in the shroud line up with the holes in the radiator outer shell and tractor hood. If you don't have those holes, you may have a radiator and shell from a tractor prior to serial number B101, before electic lighting was an option. The lights have studs for mounting that are threaded 1/2-13 UNC that screw into the radiator shroud and are held in place by an outer locknut.

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Howard Weeks

02-18-2004 17:40:15




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 Re: Re: Allis B Parts in reply to Rod (NH), 02-17-2004 20:29:39  
Rod,

Thanks! That explains it. Mine has nothing welded back there and it was sure looking like it was going to be tough installing lights and getting the nuts on. This is a 39 AC "B" that has been updated quite a bit - but probably did not originally have lights. Someone in the past had mounted lights on the rear fenders. The engine serial is R 14250 G - so appears to be off
of a B-60 power unit. Radiator is probably an old one.

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CHALMERSBOB

02-18-2004 18:20:05




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 Re: Re: Re: Allis B Parts in reply to Howard Weeks, 02-18-2004 17:40:15  
39 B DIDN'T HAVE LIGHTS OR ELEC START. STARTER AND LIGHTS STARTED MID 40's POWER UNIT ENGINE SREIAL # SHOULD START WITH CRXXXXX. LATER ONES HAD MOUNTS FOR GENERATOR AND THOSE FROM MID 50's HAD SPOT FOR FUEL PUMP. THIS ENGINE WOULD BE EQUAL TO CA ENGINE
BOB



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