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MILLARD HAYES

03-13-2008 18:23:55




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WHERE IS THE SERIAL NUMBER LOCATED ON THIS TRACTOR. IS IT SUPPOSED TO HAVE A TAG SOMEWHERE. I'D SAY IT'S A 54 TO 55 MODEL. PLEASE HELP
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tractormiallis

03-15-2008 18:39:40




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 Re: WD 45 in reply to MILLARD HAYES, 03-13-2008 18:23:55  
My wd45 does not have the flat spot there, as where the tape is. My WD does and that is where its serial number is. What is up with my 45?



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JMS/.MN

03-13-2008 20:10:35




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 Re: WD 45 in reply to MILLARD HAYES, 03-13-2008 18:23:55  
Left rear vertical face of the differential housing. stamped, no tag.



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old

03-13-2008 19:29:04




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 Re: WD 45 in reply to MILLARD HAYES, 03-13-2008 18:23:55  
From the back lay your left hand on the tire and your right hand on the seat. Look down and you should see a flat spot in the rear end. The serial number is stamped there. May take some cleaning to see it. I find carb cleaner works very well



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John (C-IL)

03-13-2008 19:27:58




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 Re: WD 45 in reply to MILLARD HAYES, 03-13-2008 18:23:55  
third party image



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John (C-IL)

03-13-2008 19:29:26




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 Re: WD 45 in reply to John (C-IL), 03-13-2008 19:27:58  
The serial number is indicated by the white tape in the picture.



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Bill(Wis)

03-14-2008 14:38:38




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 Re: WD 45 in reply to John (C-IL), 03-13-2008 19:29:26  
Where'd you get that three point top link attach point?



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John (C-IL)

03-14-2008 18:18:50




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 Re: WD 45 in reply to Bill(Wis), 03-14-2008 14:38:38  
It's not my tractor, if you check the properties of the picture you will see that it belongs to Brian Smith.

That is an Allis Chalmers piece and they pop up occasionally on ebay and at swap meets. If you really want one I would give Doc Smith in Lacon, IL a call, he probably has a couple on the shelf.



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MILLARD HAYES

03-14-2008 03:19:23




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 Re: WD 45 in reply to John (C-IL), 03-13-2008 19:29:26  
John thanks for taking time to send that picture, and to all the rest for your responce.



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wolfman

03-13-2008 18:49:30




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 Re: WD 45 in reply to MILLARD HAYES, 03-13-2008 18:23:55  
It's cast in the cast iron bell housing to the rear of the engine-I think on the left side (D-17 on the other side).



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