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Allis Chalmers Discussion Forum

Allis G decal placement

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05-17-2004 19:31:34

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Hello, I need to know the correct decal placement for the decals for a "G". How far up from the bottom of the hood are the side decals (the "A" and the "S" drop down below the margin)? Does the electrical diagram go on the RH side of the fuel tank? Does the air cleaner decal go on the body or the cup? How far from the lip? What about the "Allis Chalmers Repair Parts Oil Filter Element 800912" decal? Should I have painted my NAPA filter orange and put this decal on it?

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Dan Spencer

05-18-2004 09:32:14

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 Re: Allis G decal placement in reply to Dean, 05-17-2004 19:31:34  
Don't know about the other stuff but the electrical diagram goes on the back side of the battery box lid not on the gas tank. The shift pattern decal goes on top of the battery box lid.
I just looked at pics from my original manual.
Hope this helps.

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05-19-2004 18:11:06

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 Re: Re: Allis G decal placement in reply to Dan Spencer, 05-18-2004 09:32:14  
Thanks Dan, You've been very helpful with information on this project.

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