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wjytexas

12-30-2020 10:03:05




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I know very little about MM. A friend has this tractor to be hauled off but I don't even know what it is. What am I looking at?




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shinnery

12-31-2020 19:21:12




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 Re: what is this in reply to wjytexas, 12-30-2020 10:03:05  
It did not come with an alternator on it, was 6 volt pos. gnd new.



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shinnery

12-31-2020 19:17:18




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 Re: what is this in reply to wjytexas, 12-30-2020 10:03:05  
An LP UTU and if the engine has a one piece block (one block for all four cylinders) it (the engine) is a 47 or older. 283 cubic inches.



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MMDEL

12-31-2020 07:13:22




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 Re: what is this in reply to wjytexas, 12-30-2020 10:03:05  
[quote="CVPost-J Hamilton"](quoted from post at 00:52:05 12/31/20) MMDEL, where in Illinois are you located? I'm in Southern Illinois myself

Franklin Grove, near Dixon, 40 mile south of Rockford.

MMDEL



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J Hamilton

12-31-2020 09:04:32




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 Re: what is this in reply to MMDEL, 12-31-2020 07:13:22  
I'm at the bottom of Illinois, Rend Lake area



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BMG1

12-31-2020 05:26:19




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 Re: what is this in reply to wjytexas, 12-30-2020 10:03:05  
It is a model UTU on LP. With the 2 piece rear wheel centers and the large bolt pattern on the front hubs I'd say early 1950's model. If it still has a serial number tag it would be located on the right side of the transmission housing in front of the brake and above the belt pulley drive.



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TessmanTractors

12-30-2020 20:55:33




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 Re: what is this in reply to wjytexas, 12-30-2020 10:03:05  
John, give me a call about the tractor. 830-391-3433



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wjytexas

12-31-2020 09:29:52




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 Re: what is this in reply to TessmanTractors, 12-30-2020 20:55:33  
Mike, I planned on it after the 1st



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c.amick

12-30-2020 18:53:25




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 Re: what is this in reply to wjytexas, 12-30-2020 10:03:05  
Advertise it and in the classifieds on this web site, if you don't find a taker here.



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Alvin 41

12-30-2020 17:14:23




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 Re: what is this in reply to wjytexas, 12-30-2020 10:03:05  
Apx 1947 U with a somewhat dangerous attachment to the hydraulic lift rockshaft (cylinder is missing).



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JamesJTx

12-30-2020 16:46:07




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 Re: what is this in reply to wjytexas, 12-30-2020 10:03:05  
Not sure if Texas Cowboy is on but he might know of a Ag student looking for a restore project.



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J.Wondergem

12-30-2020 15:37:26




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 Re: what is this in reply to wjytexas, 12-30-2020 10:03:05  
Nice straight looking tractor.



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wjytexas

12-30-2020 11:27:59




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 Re: what is this in reply to wjytexas, 12-30-2020 10:03:05  
thanks mmdel and Rich. It supposedly is free and will turn over but not start. like I said I'm not an MM person and certainly not ready to do LP but I don't want to see old iron scrapped. So it is a U, any idea on the year? I will follow up with potential new homes. Yes, I am in central Texas south of Austin.



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mmdel

12-30-2020 11:18:33




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 Re: what is this in reply to wjytexas, 12-30-2020 10:03:05  
You said HAULED OFF I hope you don't mean scrap!!! That tractor is a 100% in better condition than 50% of the tractors that are restored. I have ten "U"s But I would buy it to save it. BUT I assume you are in Texas according to your Handle, and I am in Illinois.

MMDEL



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J Hamilton

12-30-2020 15:52:05




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 Re: what is this in reply to mmdel, 12-30-2020 11:18:33  
MMDEL, where in Illinois are you located? I'm in Southern Illinois myself



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Rich'sToys

12-30-2020 10:55:16




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 Re: what is this in reply to wjytexas, 12-30-2020 10:03:05  
You have a model U on LP gas. Looks like a good project.



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