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07-12-2018 09:05:04

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Im looking at. 460 ih.the serial number is 3 numbers - 2 lettered- 3 numbers- two letters. For example (numbers are not actual. Sn)


On top of all of this is HC stamped

Any idea why its stamped like this?

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Jim Becker

07-12-2018 19:15:39

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 Re: 460 serial number in reply to jelfert, 07-12-2018 09:05:04  
Assuming the "PP" is really there and not just an example, it started out as a skid unit for Piper-Paine. It was probably for a Trac-Paver. The HC is because it is a high clearance unit. It would have been supplied with no front axle as one was made as part of the paver. The single wheel front end on it now was stuck on by whoever removed the paver unit.


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07-12-2018 20:02:05

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 Re: 460 serial number in reply to Jim Becker, 07-12-2018 19:15:39  
It is a pp. So must have been a paver like you stated

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07-12-2018 10:34:47

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 Re: 460 serial number in reply to jelfert, 07-12-2018 09:05:04  
Only thing I can think maybe it's a "skid unit" that at one time would have been incorporated into some other piece of equipment such as a paving machine or some sort of delicate crop harvester.

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07-12-2018 16:30:29

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 Re: 460 serial number in reply to BarnyardEngineering, 07-12-2018 10:34:47  
Ok. Tractor has a single front wheel. So maybe some type of vegetable or cotton picker?

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