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i have got another allis in my collection, it shows on the side b207 but i read on here that it is a b207e because it has electric start. does anyone have any info or drawing on these ,i would like to have a wiring diagram, belt number, and so on, i have a b1 and now this one, i like to know all i can about them, thanks billysm01

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Hi Billy. You probably have a regular B-207. From what I've seen the B-207E tractors were more of an economy model which didn't have the fuel door on the hood or the 2-peice seat with armrests. I believe they came along later and all of the initial run of B-207 tractors had the armrest seat, fuel door, and hubcaps. Here is a link to a web-based operators manual. http://www.simpletractors.com/operation/b-207_b-208.htm I have a PDF parts manual for the tractor. Send me your email address and I'll send it to you.

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