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Bruce Reimer

02-15-2010 22:10:40

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We have a model "U" AC that has no serial #. Understand it is supposed to be stamped on the rear axle housing just off center. It has the flat head engine and my friend has got it restored but would like to know what year it is. Hey, we're not color-blind. haha Bruce

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02-16-2010 07:43:23

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 Re: AC model U ? picture in reply to Bruce Reimer, 02-15-2010 22:10:40  
1929-32 had the flathead Continental motors like yours. The radiator top labeled "Allis-Chalmers" instead of "United" means it is not very early production. The serial number should be located above and to the left of the PTO (OR cover) on the flat area. There was a somewhat common rear end problem in the U that cause the housing to be split and thus many were replaced and often times not serial numbered.

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Jeff Z.

02-16-2010 04:41:36

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 Re: AC model U ? picture in reply to Bruce Reimer, 02-15-2010 22:10:40  
Yes the serial number should be near the pto.
I don't think anyone would want to scrape all that nice paint off to look for it.

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