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The Little AC's, a history lesson

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CTuckerNWIL View Drop Down
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    Posted: 02 Oct 2018 at 4:43pm
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Lena 1935 WC12xxx, Willie 1951 CA6xx Dad bought new, 1954WD45 PS, 1960 D17 NF
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Ken in Texas  thanks CTucker for posting the correct address to  "The Little A-Cs".   Bill Long can't help but like this AC History Lesson as much as I did
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More good stuff to keep,thanks for sharing
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Great reference! However, I notice that the section on hydraulics uses the term ‘power booster’ for the weight transfer system. The correct term is ‘Traction Booster’.   
Oliver Corporation used the term ‘Power Booster’ for their optional shift-on-the-go clutch on the 770 and 880 tractors.

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Wow, great info
Thanks guys!
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Just bought a Allis Chalmers B model that need governor work . The tractor bogs down when going up a hill??  Also bought a Model C that gasoline tank leaks and is a narrow front that need replace wheel slop is bad. Any help on gasoline tank leak or the Engine bogging down?? Going to due a tune up kit on B to see if that helps bogging  ??
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Welcome Glen... you posted in the Farm Equip KNOWLEDGE BASE, where we store TOPICS that come up over and over... The Post Area above Knowledge Base is FARM EQUIPMENT .... You will get a LOT more answers in that area.

Some with a small gas leak have removed the tank, cleaned and put JB WELD over the area..  Others have used a couple layers of fiberglass to patch.. Engine bogging down could be governor if it is not working.. Could also be timing or loss or gas in carb... Go to the FARM EQUIP area and start a post.  Others will explain how to set the governor and test.
Like them all, but love the "B"s.
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