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Re: Tractor ID Help

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04-06-2013 04:32:42

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The tire style in first picture could be up to 1946 as that was about when that style was discontinued, the others were the style that came out in mid 40's and replaced the first style. Looks like the first picture was a demonstrater that would have had to have been before 1942 as once the war came there were none on dealers lots to demenstrate, the others look like probably tractor that he bought as he wanted a 2 row cultivator instead of the 1 row for the first tractor but by the time the second tractor pictures were taken the first set of tires had been replaced. Probably in 1946 just after the war ended.

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04-06-2013 05:57:56

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 Re: Tractor ID Help in reply to Leroy, 04-06-2013 04:32:42  
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You have a sharp eye. I didn't even notice the rear tractor tread. Did the model C come out too late to be used as demonstators since the war started?


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 Re: Tractor ID Help in reply to jboyer1028, 04-06-2013 05:57:56  
Acording to the serial number list here the C came in 1940 and the B in 1937. I would just guess that the single row tractor is just what the dealer had at the time and your family liked the tractor but needed two row capibilities and just ordered one to fit your needs but after the first tires wore out and when the picture of the tractor with faded paint the picture wa taken when the tractor was several years old and the first picture is of brand new paint so that is what I was going by in trying to date things.

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