I believe what you have is a tractor that was originally built as an early big bore (1931). If your tractor has the tall radiator with the c1910 and c1911 sides, and two round openings in the fuel tank, then those features would be the ones that were put on as updates. These features were not put into regular production until 226402. I would also be interested in seeing your intake/exhaust manifold and the two brackets that hold the fuel tank up. This might help ID other parts that were updated. I think it's fairly accurate to say that for your tractor to originally have been a small bore tractor, it would have to have a c300r main case and single bolt main bearings. It seems that your tractor is in really good shape. Are you planning a full restoration?
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