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Re: JD110 differences.

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08-27-2012 16:18:27

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Year Serial Number Engine 1963 2,550 - 3,550 Kohler K161 (7hp) 1964 3,551 - 15,000 Kohler K181 (8hp) 1965 15,001 - 40,000 Kohler K181 1966 40,001 - 65,000 Kohler K181 1967 65,001 - 100,000 Kohler K181 1968 100,001 - 130,000 Kohler K181 1969 130,001 - 160,000 Kohler K181 1970 160,000 - 185,000 Kohler K181 1971 185,001 - 250,000 Kohler K181 1972 250,001 - 260,000 Kohler K181 1972 260.001 - 272,000 Kohler K241 (10hp) 1973 272,001 - 285,000 Kohler K181 1973 285,001 - 310,000 Kohler K241 1974 310,001 - 320,000 Kohler K181 1974 320,001 - Kohler K241

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08-27-2012 17:11:14

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 thanks in reply to bill mart, 08-27-2012 16:18:27  
0139234 on one. 1969 The other is painted and I doubt I will get a number off of it. Go figure, I bought it from a guy that rebuilds classic cars. You would think he knew how to put tape over tags. Even the ammeter glass is painted!

Now, I have to decide which will be the worker and which will be the parts machine. I am the second owner of both. They each were passed along in separate families. One was meticulously cared for. The other was frankensteined together. Has wheel barrow wheels on the front and one wide zero turn wheel on the back. Wiring is all butchered.

My goal is to use it as a snowplow and trailer mover only.

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