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GREG WILLMS

01-21-2004 17:21:20




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I BOUGHT WHAT I WAS TOLD WAS A 1949 AC,NARROW FRONT WD, WITH A LOADER BUCKET. I FOUND A SERIAL NUMBER RIGHT IN FRONT OF THE GEAR SHIFTER. THE NUMBER WAS 200982. THIS SEEMS TO INDICATE THAT IT IS A 1955WD45? AM I LOOKING AT THE WRONG SERIAL NUMBER? IF I AM, WHERE SHOULD I BE LOOKING? IF ANYONE COULD HELP, I WOULD APPRECIATE IT. GREG




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bryan in mo

01-21-2004 17:26:00




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 Re: AC SERIAL NUMBERS in reply to GREG WILLMS, 01-21-2004 17:21:20  
The serial # is on the left side of the differential housing, starts with WD then the number.



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GREG WILLMS

01-22-2004 18:24:18




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 Re: Re: AC SERIAL NUMBERS in reply to bryan in mo, 01-21-2004 17:26:00  
Thanks for the information,Brian. I am really a tractor dummy. Would that be visible from on top, or due I have to crawl underneath the machine? You wouldn't happen to have a picture, would you?
Thanks again for the info.



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Brian G. NY

01-21-2004 18:48:39




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 Re: Re: AC SERIAL NUMBERS in reply to bryan in mo, 01-21-2004 17:26:00  
More specifically, look for a machined "boss" on the vertical surface of the LH differential/brakehousing between the brake spring hole and the brake adjusting bolt/locknut. The number will be stamped into the metal (sometimes rather faintly) and will begin with the letters WD.



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