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simon bollin

08-12-2008 18:40:53




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where can i find the serial number on my allis b i was told when i bought it was a 1939 but after reading about it i think it"s later it has electric start and hydro"s any help would be great




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old

08-12-2008 19:38:49




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 Re: allis b serial number in reply to simon bollin, 08-12-2008 18:40:53  
Hold the gear shifter in your hand. If you use your right hand if you stick your finger out and then drop down your finger will be just over the top of it. Its right in front of the shifter but behind like the other guy says



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PullingWC

08-12-2008 18:49:34




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 Re: allis b serial number in reply to simon bollin, 08-12-2008 18:40:53  
The serial number is to the rear of the gear shift it will start with the letter B



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old

08-12-2008 19:40:11




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 Re: allis b serial number in reply to PullingWC, 08-12-2008 18:49:34  
Its not behind but in front of the shifter. On tractors front is front and rear is rear so its in front. LOL As in towards the radiator



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