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Re: Is it a TO or TE Tractor

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10-07-2012 15:30:16

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I will have him check but it sounds like it is a TO since he did say the gearbox cover is held on by 8 bolts like the photo shown here. I am still confused though because I read somewhere that if the oil filter went into the oil pan it is a TE! Also why is the distributor cap marked "made in England". Also what do the Z2120A markings mean on the engine and where is the serial number located anyway? Thanks for the replies....this website is great! I have about 20 tractors I have collected through the years since retiring but no Fergusons. I think it is a good hobby and there are several folks around here that are collecting them. I hope -------- does not start a cash for clunkers program for old tractors!!!!!

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10-07-2012 19:09:16

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 Re: Is it a TO or TE Tractor in reply to WayneMo, 10-07-2012 15:30:16  
Both the TE and the TO 20 has the oil filter in the pan. Z 120 means it is a Z 120 engine block the 120 is the cubic inches of the engine. The serial number is on TOP of the dash between the steering column and the hood, about a 3-1/4 inch by 4-1/2 inch aluminum tag. I have no answer why the cap says made in England.

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