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garret

11-18-2020 14:47:03




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Hi all, I bought this tractor and it seems to be in great disrepair, I have started to restore it but keep having problems with part. I think its a 1949 TEA 20. It has no serial plate on console, no casting marks on right side lower trans/hydraulic housing, but engine serial number stamped in is S97428E. The casting number on right side of engine is DA9189 below this is 56016. On the left side trans/hydraulic in front of pto shifter is casting stamp D. Any help is greatly appreciated. P.S. This is my first tractor

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garret

11-21-2020 06:17:07




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 Re: help to identify fergy in reply to garret, 11-18-2020 14:47:03  
it does match all the tea20 pictures



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garret

11-21-2020 06:15:54




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 Re: help to identify fergy in reply to garret, 11-18-2020 14:47:03  
Mine has no cast numbers on right side trans housing, and in front of pto shift lever on left side their is the letter K stamped on case



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John Deere D

11-19-2020 16:08:09




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 Re: help to identify fergy in reply to garret, 11-18-2020 14:47:03  
Post the info on your Tractor as per picture....someone shall decipher the numbers that indicate year of Diff housing..

Bob



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John Deere D

11-19-2020 09:30:27




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 Re: help to identify fergy in reply to garret, 11-18-2020 14:47:03  
So is your tractor as per any of these pics?

Bob. Owner Ferguson TEA-20

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garret

11-19-2020 07:04:29




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 Re: help to identify fergy in reply to garret, 11-18-2020 14:47:03  
I tried to put photo but it says they are spam and wont let me put them up



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garret

11-19-2020 06:56:33




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 Re: help to identify fergy in reply to garret, 11-18-2020 14:47:03  
Not sure if it has aluminum alloy trans housing, it does have two latches for the hood, the steering gearbox is not casted in the transmission, and the oil pan is cast with a porthole on right side



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cdmn

11-18-2020 16:43:05




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 Re: help to identify fergy in reply to garret, 11-18-2020 14:47:03  
Does it have an aluminum alloy transmission housing? Two latches to unhook the hood for opening?
Is the steering gearbox cast in a unit with the transmission cover? Cast iron oil pan with portholes? All point to TEA20.



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John Deere D

11-18-2020 15:39:16




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 Re: help to identify fergy in reply to garret, 11-18-2020 14:47:03  
Does your Tractor have the same engine as per the picture??

Bob.Owner TEA-20.Engine is made in England "standard"



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