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1928 Farmall Regular

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Charlie Moseley

01-02-1999 18:06:02

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Please tell me where the serial number is
located on my tractor.

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01-02-1999 19:18:25

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 Re: 1928 Farmall Regular in reply to Charlie Moseley, 01-02-1999 18:06:02  
There should be a tin plate located on the back side of the tool box above the clutch housing behind the motor and also it is stamped on the top of the left side rail; just left of the clutch housing.

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Fred Mellott

01-04-1999 13:42:03

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 Re: Re: 1928 Farmall Regular in reply to Ron, 01-02-1999 19:18:25  
The information Charlie posted is correct for an F-20 but the Regular serial number in 1928 was stamped in the left frame rail at the front of the tractor around the raditor. Also the serial number is stamped on the engine block on the raised oval behind the mainfold. This number is only correct if the tractor is still equipped with the orginal block.

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Todd Markle

01-04-1999 18:48:15

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 Re: Re: Re: 1928 Farmall Regular in reply to Fred Mellott, 01-04-1999 13:42:03  
My 31 regular has the # stamped near the clutch housing in the same place as an F-20. My engine # does not match the tractor # but the #s are very
close (within 100). This tractor appears to be very original
but I guess its possible that the block was replaced. I read in Red Power that on most tractors, no effort was made to make the engine #s
match the tractor #s although most of the F-20s I
have seen do match.

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