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I was looking at the patents that were issued for my B-110, I got the numbers off a fabric sticker on the top right hand side of the dash, I was quite surprised it was still there after all these years. Looking at the patents on the US Patent Office website, None of the drawings actually look like the B-110. Here are the patent numbers. The link below is a search feature. 2801510 2869304 2924928 3118266 [url]http://patft.uspto.gov/netahtml/srchnum.htm[/url] I noticed on patent # 2924928 that it was patented by Simplicity, I thought Allis-Chalmers owned Simplicity? or was it the other way around?

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UCD
Simplicity was owned by Simplicty Then was bought by Allis Chalmers Then Was bought back by Simplicity It is all in the history posted on the simpletrACtors site Your B-110 was built by Simplicity for Allis Chalmers Corp. Allis Chalmers Bought Simplicity around 1970-71 i belive could be wrong on dates.

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Simplicity was owned by Simplicty Then was bought by Allis Chalmers Then Was bought back by Simplicity It is all in the history posted on the simpletrACtors site Your B-110 was built by Simplicity for Allis Chalmers Corp. Allis Chalmers Bought Simplicity around 1970-71 i belive could be wrong on dates.
I must have skipped over that section, or probably read it, and forgot it. Thanks UCD.

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Originally posted by Nick Stanchak
Looking at the patents on the US Patent Office website, None of the drawings actually look like the B-110.
It was probably a universal patent applying to all tractors. Notice when the patents were submitted...the '50s...the B-110 did not exist then.

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