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Bryan Smith

02-07-2002 09:11:08




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Many folks have problems finding the serial number for a WD or WD45. I have posted several images showing the SN locations for B, IB, C, CA, WD, WD45, D14, D15, 190, 190XT, etc. that may help. I posted all that I could get my hands on. If you can provide others I'll be happy to post them too. Click on the link and select the AC Tractor Serial Number section.

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Steve (wi)

02-10-2002 08:55:28




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 Re: Images posted - various AC serial number locations in reply to Bryan Smith, 02-07-2002 09:11:08  
Bryan,

In addition...The very early WD's had the sn. stamped next to the left brake access cover (opposite the seat). When I first bought my 1948 WD I could not find the number-it was not in the traditional spot. Someone on this site suggested looking by the cover. Scraped a little paint and there it was...WD-615. Hope this is of use.

Steve



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Bryan Smith

02-11-2002 12:55:54




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 Re: Re: Images posted - various AC serial number locations in reply to Steve (wi), 02-10-2002 08:55:28  
Thanks, Steve. I've added that to the page - it should show up in a few minutes.



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steve

02-07-2002 19:23:03




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 Re: Images posted - various AC serial number locations in reply to Bryan Smith, 02-07-2002 09:11:08  
nice pictures Bryan, checked out your CA drawbar also.



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