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Want photos, Allis Chalmers C with belly mower

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BobReeves

10-22-2007 14:41:23




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I just became the care taker of what I have been told is an Allis Chalmers C with a B front end.. It looks like someone has installed an OEM belly mower but I can't believe the lash up they put on to raise it. It may be stock and simply installed wrong, I haven't a clue...

Thinking if I could see a few photos of C's with belly mowers I would have a better idea of how the thing is supose to work..

email if you like...

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Rob Klepinger

10-23-2007 16:04:51




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 Re: Want photos, Allis Chalmers C with belly mower in reply to BobReeves, 10-22-2007 14:41:23  
I just posted my 42 C in the tractor photos, it uses the origional lift cylinder. I don't think this tractor ever sat outside, I bought it off a guy who bought it from a church. Hope that helps.
Rob

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BobReeves

10-23-2007 07:01:22




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 Re: Want photos, Allis Chalmers C with belly mower in reply to BobReeves, 10-22-2007 14:41:23  
Checked out the Woods web site and couldn't find anything. Here is a link to a photo of the beast. It actually belongs to our model airplane club but hasn't had any TLC in quite some time..

http://www.somethinxtra.com/Public/Allis2s.jpg

As you can see the lift handle is almost rubbing on the steering wheel and I can't believe it's installed properly.

The starter doesn't work but haven't checked it out yet, it was supposedly recently rebuilt but you know how that goes. We pull started it and it runs great, think with a little work it might make a good mowing machine.

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Dick L

10-23-2007 07:51:24




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 Re: Want photos, Allis Chalmers C with belly mower in reply to BobReeves, 10-23-2007 07:01:22  
That is a Woods mower. The lift handle is in the correct location. It has been modified with a longer handle. I will get a picture of mine for you. The short lift handle takes a real pull to lift the mower. When I got the mower it had a spring to help lift but it broke and I never replaced it.



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BobReeves

10-23-2007 08:44:46




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 Re: Want photos, Allis Chalmers C with belly mower in reply to Dick L, 10-23-2007 07:51:24  
Thanks for the info.. You can email the photo if you want...

bob at somethinxtra.com

No g or e in somethinxtra

Thanks



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Dick L

10-23-2007 15:47:42




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 This Might Help in reply to BobReeves, 10-23-2007 08:44:46  
I think you can move the mounting point out away from the center of the tractor.

third party image

Your lift might be a bad copy.

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BobReeves

10-24-2007 14:29:30




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 Re: This Might Help in reply to Dick L, 10-23-2007 15:47:42  
Sure does, thanks...



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cletrac68

10-22-2007 19:23:20




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 Re: Want photos, Allis Chalmers C with belly mower in reply to BobReeves, 10-22-2007 14:41:23  
Woods mower?? If so so......go their webpage and down load the instruction manual. I put a mower deck L59 from a Farmall A on my 1944 'C'. The manual shows what parts to buy and how to install.
The WOODS manual for a C is #F-5408.



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steve(ill)

10-22-2007 19:20:44




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 Re: Want photos, Allis Chalmers C with belly mower in reply to BobReeves, 10-22-2007 14:41:23  
one common lift idea is to use a horizontal small cylinder from the foot area pointed toward the front end.. the cylinder pushes on one end of a triangular steel plate about 10 inches on a side. the second corner it anchored to the tractor by the clutch housing, the third corner of the plate has a chain about 2 ft long that hangs down and connects to the deck. push the culiner out, the plate rotates on one corner and picks up the chain on the other.

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