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Identifying 4000

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01-16-2020 03:29:14

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Hi there, have been looking over our 4000 that my dad purchased new in '67, and can only find numbers on the right side of the tranny + the motor, would these tell me the year, place made etc?
Trans numbers 7B 7C, C5NN 7006 AB
Motor C5NN 6015 7018r
Thanks for any info

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Sean in PA

01-16-2020 13:31:27

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 Re: Identifying 4000 in reply to Lastholme, 01-16-2020 03:29:14  
In addition to the information already provided on where to look for the stamped numbers, there might also be a sticker on th eunder side of the right hood panel above the battery that has those same numbers as well as some additional ones.

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Destroked 450

01-16-2020 08:33:21

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 Re: Identifying 4000 in reply to Lastholme, 01-16-2020 03:29:14  
The numbers you need are hand stamped into the top of the clutch housing just behind the starter.

Should look something like this.

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Ultradog MN

01-16-2020 08:29:37

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 Re: Identifying 4000 in reply to Lastholme, 01-16-2020 03:29:14  
My guess is the numbers you've found are cast into the tractor.
Look for some numbers that are Hand Stamped into the bell housing just above and to the rear of the starter.
You will likely need to scrape off some crud or paint to read them. See photo.

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01-16-2020 13:43:26

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 Re: Identifying 4000 in reply to Ultradog MN, 01-16-2020 08:29:37  
Will definitely have to scrape off lots of crud, had looked there but couldn't find anything, Thanks for now.

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