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Re: serial numbers- what do I have?

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09-18-2012 18:53:07

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OLD, curved gear shifter does not mean it is a WD45, a lot of the 1953 WD's has the curved shift lever. I have a early 1953 WD with curved shift lever.

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09-18-2012 20:19:07

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 Re: serial numbers- what do I have? in reply to acdwd45man, 09-18-2012 18:53:07  
By the way not being mean in my other post just the straight/curved shifter is an easy walk by type way to maybe have a clue as to if it is a WD or WD45. Seen way to many WDs pawned off as a WD45 to people that had not clue because the hood had a WD45 decal on them and even had an argument at a get this tractor show and the guy claimed up down and side ways he had a WD45 but it had a straight shifter. The bolt on plate on the engine and the wrong serial number but it was til a WD45 and he would not agree he was wrong

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09-18-2012 19:37:35

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 Re: serial numbers- what do I have? in reply to acdwd45man, 09-18-2012 18:53:07  
Yes I know that but that is one of the many ways to have a clue. Been doing this Y-T thing for 10 plus years and I use the curved shifter to get the guy in the ball park. One reason I am #1 poster here is I am on here a lot.

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