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Ac serial number

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bill geer

03-01-2003 07:41:08




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I just got a ac tractor can't read serial number that is by the shifter.Is there a number any other place I can look? I was told it is an B by the guy. But somebody told me it's A. another told meit's a C. Help please.

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steve

03-01-2003 19:04:14




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 Re: ac serial number in reply to bill geer, 03-01-2003 07:41:08  
a B will always have a wide front axle. the steering box under the gas tank will have the arm pointing striaght down. the steering rod to the front end will connect to the top of the left wheel king pin. the rear wheels will have a outside to outside dimension of "about" 60 inches.
---a C will normally be a narrow front end, but not always. the steering orm on the box below the gas tank will point striaght up. the rod to the front end will connect to a gear set under the radiator. the rear tirese will have an outside to outside dimension of "about " 74 inches. --this should get you started. --an A is nothing like a B or C.

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