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Harold Evans

08-18-2009 07:23:06




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My neighbor has his grandpa's AC and would like to know what model it is. We have found what we think is the ser. #: 223845 stamped in the torque tube area, on the left, just below the seat. There are some letters on a tag just below these numbers: C-CC-EP

Can anyone here help us identify this tractor? From the numbers it looks like it could be a 1956 WD45 but most of the pictures of this model don't look like his tractor. He was told by relatives that it is a D12, but the ser. # doesn't work for that model.

I can take some pictures and add them here if that will help.

Thanks for any help you can offer.

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Jerry Coulter

08-18-2009 08:18:16




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 Re: tractor identification help? in reply to Harold Evans, 08-18-2009 07:23:06  
That number falls into the normal string of part numbers for an AC tractor. A picture would be most helpful. Look around the gear shift and the rear of the differential housing for 1 or 2 letters followed by numbers stamped into the metal. Look through the photo ads, you likely can find one like it.



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Harold Evans

08-19-2009 18:45:36




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 Re: tractor identification help? in reply to Jeff Z., 08-18-2009 08:07:30  
Thanks for the picture. With it I could find the area where the number is located. Without your help I would never have found it. The number is barely visible and was painted over to the point of being virtually invisible.

This is a 1960 vintage D-12.

Thanks again for all the good advice.



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