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11-20-2007 17:08:28

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I just bought a 1954 B that has front and rear cultivators. It looks like the front are manual operated and the rear are with lift arms.Is this correct or am i missing some parts for the front? Thanks in advance. Amo

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Robert Huntress

11-22-2007 03:38:16

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 Re: CULTIVATORS ON ALLIS B in reply to amo, 11-20-2007 17:08:28  
That is how mine was set up, with the front lifted manually and the rear lifted hydraulically. Though I see many like it, I believe that the cultivator that I have is not from the factory. I don't use my B for gardening, so I have removed the cultivator, but that is exactly how I got the tractor.

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11-20-2007 19:39:18

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 Re: CULTIVATORS ON ALLIS B in reply to amo, 11-20-2007 17:08:28  
The front cultivators on mine are lifted hydraulicly. It has a diverter valve on the lift handle which allows you to select front or rear cylinders. It also has 2 levers to set the depth with. The best pic I have of it shows the front cultivators and the hand levers but not the cyl hookup" Will look for more pics. HTH, nat

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ed in cny

11-24-2007 10:50:50

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 Re: CULTIVATORS ON ALLIS B in reply to Nat, 11-20-2007 19:39:18  
I am wondering what model these cultivators are. I haven't seen any others than the full frame type. If you have some better pictures of the front and the back I would like to see how they hook up. I am putting together a book on the allis b and would like to include everthing that as made for the b so any help would be great.

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