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A/C Model B

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dean sahs

05-01-2005 09:08:09

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Just finishing a 1948 model B and have a question concerning the govenor. The pivot pin on the govenor that has the oil line attached to the top can be pulled out, is this normal. Also the steering on this tractor is different than others in that it has a steering link, running along the generator and carb. Was thinking of converting to a SI type alternator, but wonder if there will be enough clearance between the steering link and block. Thank you, dean

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05-01-2005 15:18:00

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 Re: A/C Model B in reply to dean sahs, 05-01-2005 09:08:09  
pulling the rod out of the governor is not normal, but i have seen several that do it.--- excess wear. steering rod on a B goes from the gear box to the left front wheel king pin. if you have a model C tractor, the rod goes to another gear box under the radiator. the arm on the steering box below the gas tank points up not down on the C. serial number is by the shift lever on transmission. it is close, but yes an alternator will fit on this tractor. you can also look for a smaller alternator off a newer GM car (CS130 instead of 10SI) or get a Mitsubishi alternator off a Honda.

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dean sahs

05-01-2005 19:38:25

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 Re: A/C Model B in reply to steve(ill), 05-01-2005 15:18:00  
Thank you for the info, especially for the info on alternator choices. This site is the best. dean sahs

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