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Hoofer B

08-01-2011 18:34:58




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I have a 12-20 that I nned to get the year of manufature on. There is a missing tag on the left fender. Is there any other places the Serial number would be?? Thanks, Bill




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Brian in Ohio

08-02-2011 12:51:47




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 Re: CROSSMOTOR QUESTION in reply to Hoofer B, 08-01-2011 18:34:58  
Bill,

The serial number should be stamped on the frame. Go to the driver's left front wheel, and right behind it, on the very edge of the frame, right below where the "driveline" begins for the oil pump and water pump, you should see the serial stamped there.

That's where I found it on mine.

Brian



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1031D

08-01-2011 21:57:58




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 Re: CROSSMOTOR QUESTION in reply to Hoofer B, 08-01-2011 18:34:58  
I don't know for sure on a 12-20 but on my 18x32 it's stamped into the frame casting right in front of the engine.



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