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serial # U2512 allis chalmers

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john fields

11-11-2009 18:00:40

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my brother has a allis chalmers, when he purchased it he was told it was a model UC, made in 1936. the only numbers we can find on it are U 2512 located by the gearshift lever. according to all the pictures on this website it looks like a uc, the front wheels are close together, and everything looks like a UC. were there any model U's made with the wheels close together and no chassis? if anyone has any pictures of a model U with the wheels close together please e-mail them to me. thanks john

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David Maddux

11-11-2009 19:04:44

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 Re: serial # U2512 allis chalmers in reply to john fields, 11-11-2009 18:00:40  
The serial number is to the left of the pto unit. You have the trans. casting number. U25-12. Dave.

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11-11-2009 18:29:43

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 Re: serial # U2512 allis chalmers in reply to john fields, 11-11-2009 18:00:40  
this is a U
third party image

this is a UC
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john fields

11-12-2009 12:49:30

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 Re: serial # U2512 allis chalmers in reply to JoeM(GA), 11-11-2009 18:29:43  
The tractor my brother has is identical to the uc picture. we have looked all around the rear of the tractor next to the pto plate, but haven't found any numbers at all. thanks for the pictures. I should hav some pictures of this tractor next week, i will post them as soon as i get them. thanks for the reply John

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