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1935 Allis Chalmers UC

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david smithh

10-27-2013 18:51:27




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I have recently purchased a serial# 1666 uc allis and have some questions. first off it has rear steel cutoffs and front round spokes. I would like to find a rear set of roundspokes, are there any other tractors that have the same wheels? pattern looks like an ih F-30?? also I would like to get some pictures of the correct throttle and seat assembly, and my manifold looks different than most I have seen my exhaust exits at the front of the manifold and not in the middle like all I have seen? also what would be the correct magneto? Any help suggestions or guidance is greatly appreciated. thank you again.

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CAL(KS)

10-29-2013 18:58:31




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 Re: 1935 Allis Chalmers UC in reply to david smithh, 10-27-2013 18:51:27  
dave, UC is unique. no other tractor or equipment use the same wheel pattern. Allis had roundspokes for factory rubber, flatspokes are cutoff steel wheels. 1937 and up use 28" wheel and prior to that they were 24"

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Lonnie Smith

10-28-2013 07:10:11




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 Re: 1935 Allis Chalmers UC in reply to david smithh, 10-27-2013 18:51:27  
The UC has the same engine as the M crawler and the U, the exhaust you have is more common on the crawlers from what I have seen but correct none the less. Your rears may have come factory as steel like Leroy said but round spokes were also an option. I have correct rear steel wheels for it if you are interested in those. The round spokes are a lot harder to find than cutoffs but are out there.

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Leroy

10-28-2013 06:36:42




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 Re: 1935 Allis Chalmers UC in reply to david smithh, 10-27-2013 18:51:27  
I much prefer the flat spoke cuttof wheels to the round spokes. I just do not like the looks of any round spoke wheel on rear of tractor. Your tractor probably came with the rubber front and rear steel option like a lot of tractors had and the cuttofs would be more propper for that tractor as that was an early version conversion to rubber that was way cheaper than new wheels. If the rims are bad of not welded true put new rims on or tru up the old rims but keep the cuttoffs. If I was looking to buy a tractor I would likely pass if it had those after market round spoke wheels on it instead of the correct cutoffs. They look chintzy to me.

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