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04-07-2007 20:25:47

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How do you tell the differance between an original CC-4 and a CC with the standard front axle added to it. I just purchased a 38 CC-4 (I think) and I am wondering how to tell exactly what it is. The serial number plate on the tool box has the letters CC on it. It is on cut down"s with the rear wheels mounted like an early C with the tapered axle and nut instead of the six bolt mounting. Any ideas?


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04-08-2007 08:22:13

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 Re: cc-4 or ? in reply to Cal.V, 04-07-2007 20:25:47  
The serial number on the engine does match the toolbox number plate, It does have idvidual wheel brakes and the fenders, draw bar and platform of a CC. When I look up the axles in the parts book and operation manual it also shows a tappered axle with a hub that goes over the keyed taper and the hub has the six bolt holes, could that be missing and a set of cut down C wheels put on?

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04-08-2007 05:18:04

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 Re: cc-4 or ? in reply to Cal.V, 04-07-2007 20:25:47  
If it does not have the 6 bolt axels it is not a CC. You must have a C that someone welded larger rims on. The tool box could be from another tractor. Check the SN that is stamped in the block on the right side just below the head, and just ahead of the fuel tank. The number should match the SN tag. Does it have steering brakes? CC's did, and C's did not unless they were added later. C's had a drawbar with a wider swing, and fuller fenders than a CC.

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