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ed12

03-04-2018 10:32:20




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What does "EVR" stand for at the end of the serial number?




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JCOutlaw

03-17-2018 22:47:33




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 Re: engine serial no. in reply to ed12, 03-04-2018 10:32:20  
Thank you Ron for all the information.I appreciate you sharing your knowledge with me,



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Ron(Ont)

03-17-2018 04:44:20




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 Re: engine serial no. in reply to ed12, 03-04-2018 10:32:20  
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From the serial number you have a 1951 TO-20. It was built early in the year because they switched to TO-30 part way through 1951.

The Z120 also confirms a TO-20, 20 hp Continenetal engine.



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JCOutlaw

03-15-2018 17:29:19




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 Re: engine serial no. in reply to ed12, 03-04-2018 10:32:20  
Could someone Please help me find the year my tractor was made and other information about (Bug) the name of my tractor. I was told that my tractor is a 1950 Ferguson.This is the information i got off the tractor.
Data plate on top of steering column s/n TO-43030 Harry Ferguson Detroit Mich along with a list of patent numbers.
Also on the left side bottom of the steering box HF TO-3550-A
Back of rear axles Left TO-4013 Right TO-4012.
Above the gear oil dip stick HF To-4024.
Right side of transmission HF TO-7006.
Left side of engine Firing order 1-3-4-2. Data plate below the firing order 1 4 3 8 7 8 1 011 011 20 30 2
Left side of engine Stamped raised letters Z120A600 the first 0 in the number is not raised like the other numbers its just stamped in the metal.
(All of the numbers and letters on the tractor are raised stamps, except on the two data plates)

Thank you for the help JCOutlaw


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Ron(Ont)

03-06-2018 04:02:54




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 Re: engine serial no. in reply to ed12, 03-04-2018 10:32:20  
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Okay, that changes things a little. Engine cast December 6, 1954. That is more consistent with the rear end casting date. Your tractor was most likely born in March, 1955.



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Ron(Ont)

03-05-2018 08:05:57




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 Re: engine serial no. in reply to ed12, 03-04-2018 10:32:20  
Where abouts in Canada are you?



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Ron(Ont)

03-05-2018 08:03:48




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 Re: engine serial no. in reply to ed12, 03-04-2018 10:32:20  
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I presume, then, that you are missing the serial plate by the steering wheel. :cry: The 12-4, if this is the number behind the generator, would be a casting date of February 1, 1954. The transmission casting date is February 17, 1955. There is a chance there was a warranty replacement of the rear end. So my guess is that you have a 1954 Fergie.
Although any owner could have bought a transmission or engine from a wrecker and do a swap.

I assume it is a gas only engine? Your fuel tank has only one filler cap?

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ed12

03-05-2018 15:39:43




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 Re: engine serial no. in reply to Ron(Ont), 03-05-2018 08:03:48  
Sorry Ron I sent you a typo error on the engine no. behind the generator it should be 6-12-4



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ed12

03-05-2018 14:25:31




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 Re: engine serial no. in reply to Ron(Ont), 03-05-2018 08:03:48  
Yes the serial no. plate is missing, it is a gas only engine. I am located in Belle River, ont.



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John(Ont)

03-05-2018 04:28:36




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 Re: engine serial no. in reply to ed12, 03-04-2018 10:32:20  
The suffix EVR at the end of the serial number indicates that this engine has Exhaust Valve Rotators. I have the same suffix on my engine and broke a valve spring several years ago. While taking off the valve cover I noticed small ball bearings laying in the oil on top of the head. I picked up all the parts but could find nothing in the manual about them. I contacted John(UK) and he was aware that in the late year engines (1954) some were equipped with exhaust valve rotators as a test for the new 35 engine. He was not aware of the engine suffix but found out about it through research. He requested that I take photos and measurements which I did and sent them to him. He tried, unsuccessfully , to locate replacement parts so I managed to put the one I had back together and reinstalled it. Still working OK.
If you do break a valve spring or have to remove the valves be careful you do not lose the tiny ball bearings as they could possibly drop down the pushrod holes.

I cannot find the email I sent to John with the exact measurements etc. but the photos will give you an idea of what to expect. John tried all possible suppliers in US, Europe and Austrailia with no luck.
Hope this helps.

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ed12

03-05-2018 07:38:14




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 Re: engine serial no. in reply to John(Ont), 03-05-2018 04:28:36  
Thanks John for all the info and the photos. Very much appreciated.



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John(Ont)

03-05-2018 04:39:29




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 Re: engine serial no. in reply to John(Ont), 03-05-2018 04:28:36  
Further info: John(UK) also said that the rotators were not really needed and the valve spring could be replaced as usual.



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Ron(Ont)

03-05-2018 03:57:42




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 Re: engine serial no. in reply to ed12, 03-04-2018 10:32:20  
Do you have a photo? What is the complete number?



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ed12

03-05-2018 07:45:50




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 Re: engine serial no. in reply to Ron(Ont), 03-05-2018 03:57:42  
Ron, the complete engine no. is SC93135EVR. As near as I can determine it is a 1955 or 56. Engine casting date 12-4 , Rear housing casting date 17-2-5



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Richard L

03-04-2018 15:57:10




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 Re: engine serial no. in reply to ed12, 03-04-2018 10:32:20  
That tells me that is a TEA 20 Ferguson tractor. TEA 20 means T=tractor, E=made in England, A=the engine is a Standard Petrol engine, and it is the 85mm engine.



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ed12

03-04-2018 13:15:16




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 Re: engine serial no. in reply to ed12, 03-04-2018 10:32:20  
TEA2085 ferguson



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John Deere D

03-04-2018 11:30:48




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 Re: engine serial no. in reply to ed12, 03-04-2018 10:32:20  
Make and Model of Tractor?

Bob..



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ed12

03-04-2018 14:36:21




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TEA-2085 Ferguson



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