That is a Super Major! The numbers you show are not useful as they are the casting mould numbers and the same on all tractors. Look for a number staped under No.1 injector or a cast number like 3A30 or A30B. These are date codes and will tell you when your tractor was built.
Re: Found a super major that maybe parted out! in reply to Majorman, 05-18-2010 01:45:29
I have a fordson major diesel (super?)tractor that I am going to sell.It starts and runs well.Metal is fair the rear tires are 90%.Is there a good market for it.I think if there are collectors that would be interested I would rather sell to them than to Burgh's, a local tractor graveyard. Any info appreciated. Thanks JIM
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