I was told they are both "key start" tractors. Well......any tractor can be a "key start" if you add the right components, so I'm trying to figure out if they are the ORIGINAL "Key Start" tractors because the one I can see is that the alternator isn't original....could be a replacement, or a conversion.
Some good tips that I know of to look for are the obvious factory Alternator (late 1975-1979 if I am correct), the spin-on oil filter option came in the early 70's (but when)?, the touch control levers went from the Super A style to the "twisted flat bar" style in late 1975 with the alternator change. What are the other things?? What about the steering wheels and center caps? Does that tell anything? From the bad pictures I got, the stuff I know to look for can't be seen in the pictures.
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