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Re: 6000 Hi-Cycle Serial Number

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JD Seller

05-04-2013 05:11:44

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Are you sure you have all of the serial number???
My trade guide shows the JD 6000 starting with: 7000 in 1986
9001 in 1987
11001 in 1988
13001 in 1989
15001 in 1990

Then the JD 6100 in 002001 in 1997
004001 in 1998

So either the serial number is wrong or it is a 6100.

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05-04-2013 06:10:58

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 Re: 6000 Hi-Cycle Serial Number in reply to JD Seller, 05-04-2013 05:11:44  
JD Seller, they started with them in the early eighties, possibly even the late seventies. I am thinking this one is around 1981 or 83. And yes, the only number on the tag is 2555. Thanks!

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long green line man

05-04-2013 09:08:52

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 Re: 6000 Hi-Cycle Serial Number in reply to SCJim, 05-04-2013 06:10:58  
First made 1975 , Looks like they started serial # with either 100 or 500; My guess 2555 is a 76" or 77" [ depending how many made each yr.] PC-1516.. shows some dif. in yrs. might help ID. age......

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Mike Aylward

05-04-2013 06:34:57

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 Re: 6000 Hi-Cycle Serial Number in reply to SCJim, 05-04-2013 06:10:58  
They actually started making these sprayers in the 70's. Odds are this is an early sprayer, probably around 1978 or so. Mike

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