Re: Allis Chalmers G in reply to Michael, 08-17-2003 14:21:56
The serial # is located on top of the trans. case, to the rear of the shift lever, & will consist of 5 numbers (or less). Click on "Serial Numbers" in left column of this site to get the year of your B.
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