I'd wager that you've got a 3055... That was the euro early build of what became the 4100. That is to say it was the first mating of the 3000 engine in the 4000 chassis. Clearly you have a 4000 chassis given the fact it has double reduction axles and also the 4000 style hydraulic flow cotrol as opposed to the 4100's autoflow from the x600 series chassis. Also appears to be an older engine. I'd say it's a 1970 by the look of it, the serial number and the unit code. Mabey it's an early build 3055...
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