The number on the axle is probably a casting number. The number on the tag under the steering wheel should be the serial number. If that number is right it would be a 1950 TEA-20. I don't remember the serial number break but in June 1947 is when they switched to the standard engine. It would be a 6 volt tractor. Some of the others on here can tell you where to look on the TE tractors for casting dates,but if the number you gave is the stamped number at the bottom of the tag under the steering wheel then that is your serial number.
This post was edited by Jason S. at 07:30:29 01/19/14.
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