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10-15-2019 15:13:59

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I have a 1957 Ford 600 it has several numbers on the engine and trans and axle.I hope some one can give me some idea what they are?
Engine left side as you sit in seat the flat spot over starter <>ll852<>
Engine left side bottom above oil pan 4BR1 Transmission left side NG4124
Axle left side 4175
Engine R/T Bottom above oil pan. DIF5 EAE-6015-F The tractor is a 5-speed 134 cu.
Hey if anybody can help me I'd appreciate it.

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Destroked 450

10-16-2019 06:04:34

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 Re: I'D Numbers in reply to geraint, 10-15-2019 15:13:59  
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11852 should be the serial number which is for a 1955 year model, 57 model would have 6 numbers, check to make sure you haven't missed one.

Only other number I can help with is EAE-6015-F which is the casting number for a 134 engine built between 1953 and 1957

The fact that it has a 5 spd trans makes it a 650 model if it has a standard pto or 660 model if it has live pto with two stage clutch.

The model number is stamped in the same location as the serial number but father back toward the battery box and possibly under the air cleaner bowl.

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10-16-2019 16:45:38

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 Re: I'D Numbers in reply to Destroked 450, 10-16-2019 06:04:34  
Thanks I'll take a look.

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