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Re: 4020 Serial Number code?

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02-19-2013 20:40:49

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That is very true, standards are bada$$ restored.
I would not be able to sleep at night know it was not correct though :lol:

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02-19-2013 22:48:00

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 Re: 4020 Serial Number code? in reply to FactoryFarmer, 02-19-2013 20:40:49  
I guess this is the '69 4020 you asking about before. If so I thought JD stopped selling 'standard' tractors at the start of the side consoles, and only offered row crop.
The only way you could get a 'standard' looking tractor was to pick the 'standard' options. Hence why according to serial numbers there are no 4320 'standards', but there are a few that look like them. (Hope all that makes sense)

I'd say that if the sheet metal all matches and looks original then that is how it came from the factory and should be restored as such. Not too many SC standard power shifts about.

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02-20-2013 08:48:01

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 Re: 4020 Serial Number code? in reply to Pete1989, 02-19-2013 22:48:00  
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Hi Pete,

The 1969 4020 I asked about the other day is the one I grew up with that we still use today. I grew up being told it was a 71 so thats why I was surprised.

The tractor I am asking about in this thread is something I just bought, it's a 1970 4020 standard.
Thanks alot for the clarification, that makes perfect sense.

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