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1939 AC Model B

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Johnny Smith

05-01-1999 22:28:47




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I would like to know if there are any dealers around that sell mowers, either under belly or sickle bar types. Can three point hitches be added to a 39 Model B. Do I need hydraulics?

Please advise as this is a clean and good running tractor and I would like to be able to use it on our ten acre place.




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Greg

05-19-1999 11:34:05




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 Re: 1939 AC Model B in reply to Johnny Smith, 05-01-1999 22:28:47  
I have a '49 B i fixed up for a 3-point hitch. The hitch works well ,yes, you need hydraulics, you need hydraulics for a mower as well. Mine came with a belly mower that I don't use, but it has been laying outside for six years now. It likely could be made to work again. Trouble is, the way I put the 3-point on it would be difficult, but probably not impossible, to mount a piston to raise the belly mower. My 3-point setup is using one piston right now, and could not lift a bushhog type implement. Maybe it could with two pistons. The angle steel I used to mount the top link almost hides the PTO, but I believe you can put extensions on them. Presently I don't have any implements that use the PTO.

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john

05-02-1999 10:01:22




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 Re: 1939 AC Model B in reply to Johnny Smith, 05-01-1999 22:28:47  
I don't know what your planning for your 10 acres. I have 5 and tried to do it with a Farmall A, it didn't work. I now have a D-14 and it is adequate. I garden about 1 1/2 acres and mow about 3. You will probably end up going bigger if you get the B.



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CB

05-02-1999 05:41:48




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 Re: 1939 AC Model B in reply to Johnny Smith, 05-01-1999 22:28:47  
YES,YES,YES



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