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dick benson

03-01-2014 20:01:45




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I have a DC4 with foot clutch and heart shaped front bolster. Anyone know the exact year of it, SN# 8026108.
It's a little confusing because most DC use a much lower SN#?
Also, I have read where they reconfigured some of the last DC's and installed foot clutch and heart bolster I think. What about the larger and I think aluminum pistons they put in some of them? I have 8 Flambluent Red case's. here's three of them. The DC4 is in the paint shop right now.

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Don Rudolph

03-01-2014 20:35:00




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 Re: DC-4 SN# in reply to dick benson, 03-01-2014 20:01:45  
D series with 80----- are 1953 models. If it has foot clutch, easy ride seat, and foot throttle, it should also have 4" aluminum pistons as well. Don



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dick benson

03-01-2014 20:58:45




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 Re: DC-4 SN# in reply to Don Rudolph, 03-01-2014 20:35:00  
Thanks, I was pretty sure it was a 53. I read where it sounded like they put the 4" pistons in them.



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casenut1

03-01-2014 20:26:39




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 Re: DC-4 SN# in reply to dick benson, 03-01-2014 20:01:45  
What's the one on the right in the pic of three. Looks like an LAI.



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dick benson

03-01-2014 20:30:54




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 Re: DC-4 SN# in reply to casenut1, 03-01-2014 20:26:39  
1942 D. Looks like a DO but says D on SN# plate.



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dick benson

03-01-2014 20:04:29




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 Re: DC-4 SN# in reply to dick benson, 03-01-2014 20:01:45  
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Here is the pic with three tractors. It did not load last time.



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