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Re: UTS Diesel-M?? Turkey tractor??

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According to one note I have, those are all UTSD-M (M indicating "Modified"), just as the GTMD for Greece (GT "Modified" Diesel) At a quick look, I don't see any other prefix for MMTT UTSD's. as they were commonly reffered, the "M" was not used, except perhaps on the serial Tag. on 108 prefix.

I do have another note indicating that some of Prefix 050 went to Turkey. If only we had Ledgers for Turkey showing each tractor.

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 Re: UTS Diesel-M?? Turkey tractor?? in reply to maj-mm, 06-06-2013 09:18:18  
Could it be possible the 1205 went to Turkey with 050 number? Remember the rear housing would be shipped with tag. Similar to when U diesel chassis were shipped to Britain and repowered with the Meadows and Dorman motor. They maintained the U diesel serial right?

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06-06-2013 18:12:35

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 Re: UTS Diesel-M?? Turkey tractor?? in reply to Molinegb, 06-06-2013 18:06:00  
the British U Diesels, were much older, predating any US Built Diesels. Totally different Tractor, especially the Rear end. The MM Turk Traktors, were Modern for the late 1950's, not old technology, or parts being used up. Both the US Government & Turkish Government Had money in the MMTT project, so I'm certain current & modern technology was a requirement.

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