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Dave 39B

10-02-2007 14:54:26




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Hey guys I have another question fer ya today bout my B.What I'm calling the draw bar which might be the wrong word fer it,is the half circle part on the back going from side to side that you might hook a trailer or such to it.When I took it off to paint it there was a tie rod end welded to one side and I think it was used in place of a pin.It looks like there should be a bolt and a pin on both sides of this thing is this true.Also can you tell me what the pin is that is supposed to be in there and what size they should be and are they supposed to be welded in.
Dave

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Matt L

10-04-2007 00:27:50




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 Re: Drawbar? in reply to Dave 39B, 10-02-2007 14:54:26  
hanks for the threadthird party image I was gonna ask this question last week on my

'39 B drawbar. I ended up searching this forum for a few, but ebay

worked better for finding pics at the time. The ones on evilbay are $25

and $10 shipping. Screw that third party image I'll made my own in about 30 min.

Now to make a 3pt like the one I seen on ebay - just need measurements

for the one that was there.

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Dave 39B

10-02-2007 19:19:08




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 Re: Drawbar? in reply to Dave 39B, 10-02-2007 14:54:26  
Yep those are the animals I'm missin.Thanks fer come back ya'll.I'll be emailing you Old to talk bout them.Hey Dick how come you happen to have extra's laying around are ya werkin on another one you have or just happen to have spares layin around LOL.Thanks again guys
Dave



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Dick L

10-03-2007 10:38:51




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 I Will Soon Post A Picture in reply to Dave 39B, 10-02-2007 19:19:08  
I am working on a tractor or maybe I should say reworking a tractor that I have posted many pictures of. The picture will make some grumble as while making a few repairs I am repainting it as well. It just might not look like your every day Allis Chalmers paint scheme.
Painted the hood and grill cover last evening but ran out of daylight. The lighting where I was painting had to many shadows to take a chanch of not having runs/fish eyes.
With other things going on it might be next week before I can get it done.

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Dick L

10-03-2007 08:30:28




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 Re: Drawbar? in reply to Dave 39B, 10-02-2007 19:19:08  
The short answer to how I have parts laying around is that I have my own personal scrap yard.



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old

10-03-2007 08:34:51




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 Re: Drawbar? in reply to Dick L, 10-03-2007 08:30:28  
Dick you sound like me. I have so many tractors around at times I don't know which one I should go play with. And then the ones laying around for parts and I have gotten to the point I have lost count of just how many I have any more. LOL



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Dick L

10-03-2007 11:24:51




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 Re: Drawbar? in reply to old, 10-03-2007 08:34:51  
I (think) I know how many I have but try not to quote that count in front of Dixie. (:^D



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Dick L

10-03-2007 11:24:45




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 Re: Drawbar? in reply to old, 10-03-2007 08:34:51  
I (think) I know how many I have but try not to quote that count in front of Dixie. (:^D



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jeffalex2

10-03-2007 03:23:31




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 Re: Drawbar? in reply to Dave 39B, 10-02-2007 19:19:08  
You gotta love Dick and his photos...they're awesome.



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Dick L

10-02-2007 17:45:21




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 Re: Drawbar? in reply to Dave 39B, 10-02-2007 14:54:26  
You need two parts like this. the pin is 7/8" diameter. some have a 1/2" hole to go thru the drawbar and some have a 5/8" hole. The one in the picture has a 5/8" hole.

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This might show better how the retainer is placed.

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This is a swinging drawbar that fits both the B and C.

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Drawbar on the B I mow with.

third party image

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old

10-02-2007 17:09:30




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 Re: Drawbar? in reply to Dave 39B, 10-02-2007 14:54:26  
Yep should have a pin welded to a plate that the bolt will hold in. Not sure of the size but I would guess around 1 inch. Been way to long since I have pulled one off to be sure the size any more. Should also be the same for the B and C as far as the pin set up the draw bar is different but the pins the same for either. I might even have a couple of them around. E-mail is open

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jeffalex2

10-02-2007 16:52:32




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 Re: Drawbar? in reply to Dave 39B, 10-02-2007 14:54:26  
Yep...that's the draw bar. As to proper size and length of bolts, someone else will have to help...i've never had mine off.



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