Hi Bryant, If it is an earlier tractor most have dates cast into various parts which will give you a start on nailing down the year. Examine the axle housings right up next to the differential flange. By the way, very early tractors had no grooves on the wheel end of the axle housings where fenders would normally clamp on. If the engine has been changed it may have been a short block which might still have the original front cover, head and pan. These may have dates on them also. look on the front side of your dash for a date.
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