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Aaron Hyneman

06-30-2002 19:25:42




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I have a series one d21. I was looking through some salvage books and noticed there is a differnce in hoods and radiators. I was wondering what the difference is because mine has a turbo on it. Oh, the serial # is d21 1040 so it is supposed to be a series one and it does have the 3400 engine. Any help would be appreciated. It is a basket case right now.




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Kevin Holmes

07-01-2002 03:44:57




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 Re: D21 Questions in reply to Aaron Hyneman, 06-30-2002 19:25:42  
Hi Aaron. I have owned a couple of D21's over the years. The series one hood would have a different hole in the hood for the exhaust. The rad on the series two had an indent in the top tank for a larger air intake hose, since the breather was up front behind the grill and was much larger than on the series one.

My first tractor was a series one, with the 3400 engine, and I made it into a two for stock pulling. Quite a few farmers did this as well for more power and economy. The other difference is in the rear end. The originals had a 12 bolt crown and pinion, and the twos had a 16 bolt, I believe. Not to worry about this, though.

If you have any other questions, please contact me.

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Aaron

07-02-2002 16:27:07




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 Re: Re: D21 Questions in reply to Kevin Holmes, 07-01-2002 03:44:57  
Thank you Kevin



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