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terrie sartain

11-26-1999 09:35:44




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how do i find the serial number for the tractor




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Texas Red

11-26-1999 13:34:01




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 Re: allis chalmers wd in reply to terrie sartain, 11-26-1999 09:35:44  
Standing at the rear of the tractor look beside the left brake cover, may have to use a wire brush to clean it up to read the #



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Brian G.

11-27-1999 06:06:54




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 Re: Re: allis chalmers wd in reply to Texas Red, 11-26-1999 13:34:01  
The serial # (according to the manual) is supposed to be alongside the LH brake cover (as Texas Red said), but it is also located on the back of the differential housing below the brake cover. It is usually easier to find there. Look just under the spring hole and above the brake adjusting bolt/locknut. You'll likely have to do some scraping to find it. I have used a little lacquer thinner and a stiff wire brush to really make it stand out.

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