Topic: Axle Serial Numbers
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I'm the process of moving the MF 135 into the barn to drain the hydraulic fluid and other crud out. I'm also pricing the parts I need to at least repair the master control assembly boot.
My parts manual makes reference to axle serial numbers and early/late production tractors when ordering parts. Mine is a 1967 Gas w/z145. From what my Operator's manual said the serial number should be stamped on the differential housing on one of the fins that the long pin goes through.
I've never been able to find the serial number. Were they stamped lightly? And is there another way to determine the range my axle falls in? I found casting dates on the trumpets that indicated they were cast in December 1966.
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