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PhanDad

This quote might answer your question:

New Styling B-10

An eye appealing tractor with built-in quality and durability. Engine and final drive housings are painted black contrasting with the baked yellow enamel sheet metal. The dashboard and wheel rims are white enamel. A new decal with a bumblebee on the side panels identifies the B-10 model. A new model designation plate is mounted on the grille. The center of the steering wheel is dressed up with a chrome cap bearing the Allis-Chalmers trademark.

The same comfortable foam-padded seat with arm rests is used but boasts a higher back rest for added comfort.

From:

http://www.simpletractors.com/models/b_series/1966_cat/b-10_late.htm

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Talntedmrgreen

To elaborate on the answer above, the seatback on the B-10 is 'higher', but it is not 'taller' like the B-110. It differs in mounting position from the early B-10, but the seat back itself looks the same as the earlier model (might have different bolt pattern part #).

B-10 vs B-110

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Early B-10

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The seatback supports are also different between the three. I cannot recall if the Big Ten is setup like an early B-10 or a late B-10. Parts list would probably tell.

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