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Allis Sickle Pulley Needed

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Jeffah20

09-17-2007 11:03:54




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Hey does anyone have an extra PTO pulley that would fit an Allis B and a 5" Sickle or know where I can get one. Sure would appreciate the information.




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patsublett

09-18-2007 18:30:45




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 Re: Allis Sickle Pulley Needed in reply to Jeffah20, 09-17-2007 11:03:54  
To Dick L. Just raise the bar and slide the mower in the pickup with the bar sticking up. I just carried one in a pickup all the way from Colorado to Texas with no problem.



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Ted in NE OH

09-18-2007 10:35:00




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 Re: Allis Sickle Pulley Needed in reply to Jeffah20, 09-17-2007 11:03:54  
I have one for sale $60 plus actual shipping. E-mail me if interested



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Eldon (WA)

09-17-2007 20:22:15




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 Re: Allis Sickle Pulley Needed in reply to Jeffah20, 09-17-2007 11:03:54  
Those pulleys are getting to be as hard to find as hen's teeth....I got $60 for the last one I sold. Most were sold with the tractor and got tossed or scrapped.



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Paul from MI

09-17-2007 16:43:46




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 Re: Allis Sickle Pulley Needed in reply to Jeffah20, 09-17-2007 11:03:54  
I have one, but also have the mower so don't want to sell it. I will measure it for you if that will help. As Old says, you can make on up using components, but it won't be adjustable. We never adjusted ours, just used flat washers to shim the back end of the mower to the drawbar to keep the belt tight. There should be enough adjustment on the center mower supports to allow for this. Don't get the belt too tight, it's the only safety feature you have if something gets locked up. You want it to slip if you hit something.
I loved using the mower but it was the most vibrating, poorly built piece of Allis equipment I ever used. Dad said we spent more welding it back together than it cost.
Good luck,
Paul

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Dick L

09-17-2007 18:42:22




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 Re: Allis Sickle Pulley Needed in reply to Paul from MI, 09-17-2007 16:43:46  
I just bought a mower for my B. I will need to remove the cutter bar assembly to haul it in my pickup. Could anyone tell me an easy way to take it off before I see it or at least how many bolts that will have to be removed? I ask the fellow by email if he had the tools needed or if I needed to pack a tool kit. Maybe I should just take a torch. (:^D



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1755

09-20-2007 18:30:51




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 Re: Allis Sickle Pulley Needed in reply to Dick L, 09-17-2007 18:42:22  
We got a IH 3pt 7ft bar at an auction put it in the back of the pickup 8ft bed with 24in tool box in front and left the bar lay acros the tailgate (down) nothing els in the way I did not like the way it road the bar floping like a wet noodel on the rough road tried to retie 2 times with 1in tie down straps diferent ways but took it home witch was half way to the farm and put it in the other truck 8ft bed no tool box road perfict they have redone the road now that I dont have to go down it

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1755

09-20-2007 18:29:43




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 Re: Allis Sickle Pulley Needed in reply to Dick L, 09-17-2007 18:42:22  
We got a IH 3pt 7ft bar at an auction put it in the back of the pickup 8ft bed with 24in tool box in front and left the bar lay acros the tailgate (down) nothing els in the way I did not like the way it road the bar floping like a wet noodel on the rough road tried to retie 2 times with 1in tie down straps diferent ways but took it home witch was half way to the farm and put it in the other truck 8ft bed no tool box road perfict they have redone the road now that I dont have to go down it

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old

09-17-2007 11:53:30




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 Re: Allis Sickle Pulley Needed in reply to Jeffah20, 09-17-2007 11:03:54  
I ended up makeing one form my Cs sickle mower. AGCO no longer has them so I figured what the heck I can make one pretty easy with a PTO shaft blank and a weld on pulley. Works just fine other then its not varieable like the one that came with it when new



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