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#1 sozamora72 OFFLINE  

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Posted March 17, 2016 - 09:39 PM

​Well I couldn't let this opportunity pass me by since these old lawn/garden tractors are pretty scarce down in these parts.  Found this Allis Chalmers Big Ten on local craigslist.  Paid $150.00 for it delivered.  Still has dust where it was stored.   When purchased front tires were pretty well torn up and hood was missing.  I bought hood off of Ebay about a week ago and front tires were purchased at local Tractor Supply store.  Didn't do much to it other than clean up carburetor.  It runs pretty good.  All gears shift as they should.  There is slight smoke upon start up but I believe it could be due to it being parked for such awhile.  Mower deck is in decent shape as well.  I took off guard covers due to blades not wanting to spin but this was due to belt being stuck onto pulleys.  I do have a question though.  Through research I cant determine if pto/mule drive should have the tension spring that attaches to rear axle like the B-110's 112's etc.  So any help that anyone can give me on this it would greatly be appreciated.  I know it's missing ignition key and am in process of trying to locate one.  No disrespect to anyone out there but I'm somewhat more of a Massey Ferguson guy but these treasures to me are precious.  Anyway here are some photos of it.  P1060002.JPG P1060003.JPG P1060004.JPG P1060005.JPG P1060007.JPG P1060009.JPG P1060010.JPG P1060012.JPG P1060014.JPG P1060008.JPG


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Posted March 18, 2016 - 05:23 AM

:wave: Welcome to the forum! Not a bad looking tractor! Glad you got it running! Have fun learning about it!


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Posted March 18, 2016 - 06:59 AM

That is a great tractor. You are missing the rear lift. You should be able to find one for $25 or less. Don't pay the rediculous prices that show up on EPAY.  I have a bunch of tractors from that family. Download the manuals for it from our Manuals Section. Visit   www.simpletractors.com  to learn alot more about it. You lucked into a very fun to drive tractor. Good Luck, Rick


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Posted March 18, 2016 - 07:11 AM

NICE!


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Posted March 18, 2016 - 08:23 AM

Nice machine!! I love mine
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Posted March 18, 2016 - 06:55 PM

Wow! That's a great deal! It even has the rare hi-lo pulley accessory (MFR# 990348), though that unit appears to be missing some parts.


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Posted March 19, 2016 - 06:51 AM

That's a nice find, especially for a runner.
Don't worry about the smoke yet, work it a while and see what happens.
Just keep an eye on the oil level.

The keys are available from Sandy Lake Implement (where I got mine). They had them on the shelf.
http://www.sandylakeimp.com/

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Posted March 21, 2016 - 06:08 AM

Nice find . You lucked out, your new tractor is in pretty good condition . Espicially for $150. It would have easily brought twice that around here. I'll be glad to give you $155...lol. NICE FIND.
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Posted March 29, 2016 - 06:54 PM

​Thanks for the replies everyone. After research and comments I realize that I sure am missing parts.  I ordered a used handle assembly for pto spring tension. The assembly that goes attached to bottom of rear axle.   Now can anyone tell me what other part number on spring to pto can I use.  It seems there is no information on part number 2026427.  What other part number can I use?  Thanks for the help.



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Posted March 29, 2016 - 06:55 PM

That's a nice find, especially for a runner.
Don't worry about the smoke yet, work it a while and see what happens.
Just keep an eye on the oil level.

The keys are available from Sandy Lake Implement (where I got mine). They had them on the shelf.
http://www.sandylakeimp.com/

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Thanks for info.  Ignition switch is on order. 


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Posted March 30, 2016 - 09:36 PM

When searching for 202XXXX part numbers you need to add a prefix of "7" so your part number would be 72026427 which crosses to Simplicity part 2157262SM which is still available, but a bit pricey. The "7" was added to the part numbers around the time Deutz-Allis took over and the AC numbers added into their system.


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Posted April 02, 2016 - 09:49 PM

 

When searching for 202XXXX part numbers you need to add a prefix of "7" so your part number would be 72026427 which crosses to Simplicity part 2157262SM which is still available, but a bit pricey. The "7" was added to the part numbers around the time Deutz-Allis took over and the AC numbers added into their system.

 

Interesting piece of information.  Thank you.  I appreciate the help.






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