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A few old AC questions answered ...

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Kent
I've just updated the B-10/B-12 section with information from a dealer product information package, thanks to Del Allen. It answers a few of my questions, including: 1) All late B-10s were "Bumblebees" while early ones were not 2) B-12s had black steering wheels, while late B-10s still had white ones 3) Late B-10s and B-12s had black engines and running gear while early ones were yellow, as were BIG TENs' 4) Late B-1Os and B-12s were the first to use model ID plates in the grille, in addition to the AC emblem Plus, I found out some things that I hadn't heard even questions about, such as: 1) Late B-10s and B-12s had a new heavier front axle and spindles 2) They had new, longer choke and throttle levers 3) They also had a chrome center cap for the steering wheel with the AC log on it Now if we could only find out more about the paint codes and exactly when the paint changed ...[A href='http://www.simpletractors.com/models/b_series/1966_cat/b-10_&_b-12.htm']http://www.simpletractors.com/models/b_series/1966_cat/b-10_&_b-12.htm[/a]

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