Re: Re: Re: model numbers in reply to mike, 03-13-2002 07:21:38
A couple - first, scrapre the area good where the image shows the serial number. Many of them were stamped in *very* lightly. If that doesn't work, look up and to the left below the left brake cover. I *think* I have seen one stamped there before for some reason. It will still be on the vertical surface if there. After that I have no idea .... unless you have a WD rear end for some reason, then check out the note about early WD serial numbers on the page.
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