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donnyh

10-21-2013 06:52:04
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Thanks Dan, 1957 is what i came up with also but a friend of mine argued that i was wrong. you settled it for us.




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 Re: new to old tractors in reply to donnyh, 10-21-2013 06:52:04  
Well since your new to tractors I will fill in a couple blanks and also show you how to 100% show your friend what the truth is. The 601 series tractors came out in 1958, yes they started making them in 57 but like cars was still called a 1958 year There where a few models like the 641 and the 651 and 661 etc.
Now so you can show your friend put your left han in the starter and your right hand on the clutch pedal. Look down and you should see 2 bolt holes. Just above those bolt holes are the model number and serial number and should look sort of like this 6 4 1
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There may a diamond etc before and after the model number but that number conforms what model you have since it if was a Jubilee or NAA the modal would say NAA

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