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Allis C snowplow

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12-22-2007 08:58:07

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i have a 42 C with a wide front. does anyone have some picutres of there Allis C with a snowplow set up on it, if so i would like to see then. thank you

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12-22-2007 16:01:55

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 Re: Allis C snowplow in reply to jk, 12-22-2007 08:58:07  
i looked at rods page, that v-plow looks kinda big for a little B. i saved a pcture of the mount rod has, and a few pctures of the one you have old, but not sure how to get around the steering arms on the C. i have a 6.5 (or 6) foot snow plow, i just need to fab up a mount and get a cylcender and plumb it in to my hydrallcs, please excuse my bad spelling.

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12-22-2007 17:18:26

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 Re: Allis C snowplow in reply to jk, 12-22-2007 16:01:55  
The V plow I have doesn't go on the C but on my Ford 841. As far as a lift for a C its not all that hard to work out. I did and it works just fine. Drop me an E-amil and I think I still have a few pictures of the lift I built from Rods pictures and how I got around the steering parts

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12-23-2007 14:01:18

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 Re: Allis C snowplow in reply to old, 12-22-2007 17:18:26  
assumeing that the Vplow is like a truck snow plow, what did you do for a piviot point down below?

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12-23-2007 17:42:55

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 Re: Allis C snowplow in reply to jk, 12-23-2007 14:01:18  
Hi jk,

The original installation of the V-plow on my '42B included a pivot point for attaching the plow. That pivot (and push) point was provided by a simple pair of 2-1/2" steel angles that extended from just to the front of the axle back to the rear drawbar. There were intermediate vertical supports from the two angles up to the implement mounting holes on either side of the torque tube near where the engine rear flange attaches. I don't have any pictures of that hook-up because I used the steel for another purpose years ago. That was the original arrangement, together with the front lift and hand hydraulic pump for the B V-plow that you see on my web page. It was all custom built by the AC dealer in 1942 for a B. I have seen one other front lift on a B just like mine so it may not have been unique to the dealer my B came from. BTW, the original V-plow itself was about 6 ft wide at the widest point. Dad used it on the B for many years. Some years ago I widened it to about 10 ft for use on my Oliver. Used it today in fact to push the snow banks back on my 1/2 mile driveway. Worked slick. You could use a similar angle iron push/pivot arrangement for a standard blade as well, coupled with a front lift mechanism.


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12-23-2007 18:43:41

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 Re: Allis C snowplow in reply to Rod (NH), 12-23-2007 17:42:55  
i have brackets on my C final drives for one of the plows, but i'm not sure with one. i don't have the 2 way pickup plow, haow ever i do have the selctor vavle for the hyralic lift. i thought of running some steel back to thos plow brackets, or getting another drawbar and installing it backwards in place of where those brackets are. if i didn that, and could find another drawbar i wants have such a long span to run the beams too. i am plannig to use the mounting pads on the side of the torque tube, but i don't know where or how to mount the cyclender, or the pivot for the truck snow plow. i have a picture saved of the mount you have on your B. i need to look at some of old's pictures and see how he worked about the lights, as my C has an electrial system also. i was conveted to a key switch insted of a push button, and also has a 12 volt alternator on it. thanks for the input. jk

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12-24-2007 12:23:45

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 Re: Allis C snowplow in reply to jk, 12-23-2007 18:43:41  
The simpel way would be to go all the way back to the draw bar and use a belly mower lift to go down to what ever you have runing the length of the tractor hooked up with a chan then if you want it off un hook the chain and pull the pin and back out

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12-23-2007 14:35:16

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 Re: Allis C snowplow in reply to jk, 12-23-2007 14:01:18  
As I said the V plow doesn't fit the Allis C but fits my Ford 841 and the 841 has a loader on it so there is no pivot point it mounts to the bucket on the loader and will not work on the C

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12-22-2007 15:32:23

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 Re: Allis C snowplow in reply to jk, 12-22-2007 08:58:07  
Yep Rod has a few pictures of the snow plow set up for a B which will also work on a C. I had him send me a few pictures of it a few years ago and then used them to build one for my C. I have it set up to hook up a 7 foot balde up front but have found my blade is to heavy to really o much with but sure looks neat hanging up front

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12-22-2007 11:51:47

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 Re: Allis C snowplow in reply to jk, 12-22-2007 08:58:07  
Rod(NH)'s page has some good implement photos with this AC B and one has a snow plow on it. He's also got a good write up on adding a front hydraulic lift.

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