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Re: What Model is it?

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steve

08-06-2002 15:59:49




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Chuck, there are about 3 versions of "old tractors". If it was built in the 1940-1955 era, it is either "big" or "small". The small tractors are the B or C models. they have the engine connected to the transmission by a torque tube, which is round and about 6 inches in diameter. there is no "frame" this is the backbone of the tractor. the serial number is by the transmission shift lever. Common rear tires are 24 inch rims. THe bigger tractor was the WC, WD or WD45. This size tractor has a 6 inch c-channel frame along each side of the tractor and up around the radiator in front. Common tire size is 28 inch rims. Tractor serial number is on the rear axle around the left brake housing or center pumkin (WC). The last tractor series was the "D", which went from the little D10 to the D21. Normally we are talking 10,12,14,15 or D17. This is a more modern looking tracotr of the early 1960s. serial number is on the bell housing flange behind the left rear corner of the engine. Post back what you find.

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08-08-2002 09:40:34




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 Re: Re: What Model is it? in reply to steve, 08-06-2002 15:59:49  
Thank you for your time. I looked at the tractor again and it has the torque tube as you described. The numbers "J306" were found on the left rear axle housing. Does this help anymore with trying to figure out its identity?



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08-08-2002 15:51:40




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 Re: Re: Re: What Model is it? in reply to Chuck , 08-08-2002 09:40:34  
no chuck, we are not looking at the right number. i will send you a couple pictures and you tell me which one looks closest to what you have, then we can refine the picture more.



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