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Patrick Potter

06-14-2014 21:36:20

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Yea I sort of figured that, after I posted this I started doing some researching and I haven't found any serial numbers that matched what I have, I'm not certain on the first two numbers but I'm pretty sure on the rest I couldn't find anything that indicated a model number it's pretty weathered, some things I do remember is that the shift lever comes up and curls to the steering wheel and has what appears to be a release trigger at the shifter knob attached to a rod that runs along the shifter and goes into the transmission beside the shifter, the battery box is mounted on the side of the frame instead of the top like most of the row crop tractors that I have found, the seat and steering wheel are off to the right and the has a spring and a shock but the shock is mounted in front of the spring instead of inside of the spring, it's a 6 volt system, I'm pretty sure it's a 40's model.


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06-16-2014 09:39:06

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 Re: Serial number in reply to JMS/.MN, 06-15-2014 07:05:40  
111553 would be a WC, 1941. Can"t be a WF cuz last WF was 8353 in 1951. RC stopped in 1941 at sn 5504. Records show wartime WC at about 132,000 sn in 1944. A pic would really help.

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06-15-2014 05:12:50

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 Re: Serial number in reply to Patrick Potter, 06-14-2014 21:36:20  
You are describing a WC. The serial number is on the center of the differential housing. The round part.

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06-15-2014 03:57:12

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 Re: Serial number in reply to Patrick Potter, 06-14-2014 21:36:20  
Sounds like a WD/WD45. Serial No is to left of seat, on the rear diff, vertical flat surface, hand stamped. Sounds like you are reading a casting #, not serial #...

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