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Sean in PA

09-03-2013 05:10:55
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The 531 was made form 1975 through 1981, but the DL1 designation was only used in 1975 and 1976. In late 1976 the designation changed to DL2 and remained that for the rest of the time the 531 was produced.

The Unit number, or date code is 6E21B, which says that the tractor rolled off the assembly line on May 21, 1976 during the day shift.

C506749 is the serial number, which is a 1976 serial number, and agrees with the unit number.

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EZEbann

09-03-2013 19:32:56
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 Re: Ford 4600 ID? in reply to Sean in PA, 09-03-2013 05:10:55  
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Thank you very much Sean, this info should be a lot of help.

I think it was you who said to another member that hitting the heavy spring by the draw bar with a sledge hammer would some times fix the problem of the lift not working. what does that do to help it work? is there something that could be stuck or clogged that will dislodge? Thanks Ernie B.

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