WD Serial # HELP!
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This is an odd question. I just picked up an Allis WD. I've always checked the year by the number on the left side of the block. The number on this tractor says WD-290402-PA. From the books I've checked, the numbers don't go that high. The WD-45 doesn't even go that high. Is this the wrong number to be looking up? What year is it? Why is the number so high? Also, just curious, what does the "PA" stand for? Thanks Alot!
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