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
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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