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Re: How many UC high crops where produced?

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04-04-1999 20:25:12

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correction to posting, were produced not where produced!

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04-08-1999 14:38:00

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 Re: Re: How many UC high crops where produced? in reply to nate, 04-04-1999 20:25:12  
Nate, Consult Norm Swinford's book "Allis-Chalmers Farm Equipment" He gives some indication of hi-crops. If you don't have a source of the book handy, e-mail me and I will try to list what he says. I just bought 2 UC hi crops to restore one.

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 Re: Re: Re: How many UC high crops where produced? in reply to Dave Fullmer(TN), 04-08-1999 14:38:00  
The name Norm Swinford's just dawned on me I just ordered an AC book tuesday from Barnes and Noble. I ordered "Guide to Allis-Chalmers Farm Tractors" Is this the book you have? It's special order and it takes 3-5 wks. to get.

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04-10-1999 20:41:06

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: How many UC high crops where produced? in reply to nate, 04-09-1999 08:28:23  

Nate, the book I have is not the "Guide" that you ordered. I am sure Barnes and Nobles would have "Allis Chalmers Farm Equipment 1914-1985" also. I ordered mine from All Parts International, 800-859-2045. They used to be Surplus Tractor Parts. They had the book in stock and I think it was $39. Do you own a UC?

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: How many UC high crops where produced? in reply to Dave Fullmer (TN), 04-10-1999 20:41:06  
Dave, thanks for the book info now I know which book to get! No, I don't own a UC. Their was one for sale about one week ago on the YT classifieds for $1,000 and it was an L.P gas and it run! I bought a JD 40V from that fellow and mine was being picked up this past week. I kick my self now for not looking into it! I didn't know about them or production of them. I'll know next time when I get some reading material! Thanks for the help.

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04-09-1999 08:12:48

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 Re: Re: Re: How many UC high crops where produced? in reply to Dave Fullmer(TN), 04-08-1999 14:38:00  
Dave- where can I get Norm Swinford's book I don't know to much about the AC and want to learn more about them. Only AC I have is a 190 XT series 3. the rest are John Deere's! Thanks alot, my e-mail has not been working past 4 days problem with the main server.

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