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    Specifications:  AC Model B-10 Tractor

    Serial Numbers 15001 - 31227

    Engine Briggs & Stratton, Model 243431   Capacities  
    Type 4 cycle air cooled   Engine case 4 pints
    Horsepower 9   Fuel tank 6 quarts
    Bore and Stroke 3” X 3-1/4”   Transmission 1-1/2 quarts
    Displacement 22.97 cubic inches   Speeds  
    RPM 3600 max, full load   First gear 2 MPH
    Air cleaner Oil foam   Second gear 3-3/4 MPH
    Starter Electric & manual   Third gear 6 MPH
    Governor Mechanical (flyweight)   Dimensions  
    Electrical system 12 volt, combination starter-generator   Height (at steering wheel) 37-1/4”
    Ignition Magneto   Height (at hood line) 33-3/8”
    Transmission Sliding spur gear and spiral bevel gear. Three speeds forward and one reverse   Width 34-1/4”
    Differential Planetary gear with controlled traction.   Length 68”
          Wheel tread 26”
    Shipping Weight Approximately 685 pounds   Wheel base 44”
    Tire Pressures     Clearance (front axle) 9”
    Rear 8 PSI   Clearance (differential) 6”
    Front 12 PSI   Clearance (drawbar) 7”
          Clearance (center housing) 15-1/4”

    [Source:  AC Service Manual, B SERIES TRACTORS, Part No 9003453, February 1976]


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    Can someone tell me where to purchase a replacement cover for the oil fill hole for my early B-10 tractor, 1964 model?  It is plastic I believe and has two posts.   nsuffern@gmail.com

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