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RayNipper

08-09-2020 11:44:26




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I purchased this tractor years ago and have been trying to identify this tractor. On the silver label it's states
Tractor number: C426850

Model: B1012B

Unit: 4b21B

Engine 4C22C

Transmission 4D01D

On the side of the tractor. B611753

Any help would greatly appreciated.




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Sean in PA

08-15-2020 05:14:41




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 Re: Help identify my tractor in reply to RayNipper, 08-09-2020 11:44:26  
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Unit Number is probably 4D21B.



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Hacke

08-15-2020 03:59:20




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 Re: Help identify my tractor in reply to RayNipper, 08-09-2020 11:44:26  
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That means that the tractor was assembled before the engine and transmission were built...

B611753 looks like a Basildon serial number, but a bit high.

Hoods can be swapped and stickers can be made, try to find more numbers on the tractor:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fxa3I2fUIPQ

http://www.springfieldbiz.com/oaktree/rhcodes_serial.html

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Sean in PA

08-09-2020 19:40:41




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 Re: Help identify my tractor in reply to RayNipper, 08-09-2020 11:44:26  
What parts are you looking for?



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RayNipper

08-09-2020 14:32:00




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 Re: Help identify my tractor in reply to RayNipper, 08-09-2020 11:44:26  
Thanks for all of the help. Trying to buy parts.



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Ultradog MN

08-09-2020 13:46:15




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 Re: Help identify my tractor in reply to RayNipper, 08-09-2020 11:44:26  
RayNipper,
See what a great forum this is?
Always someone that has your back.
Sean, Fordfarmer - you guys are correct.
Thanks.



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Sean in PA

08-09-2020 13:27:47




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 Re: Help identify my tractor in reply to RayNipper, 08-09-2020 11:44:26  
Ultradog has it mostly correct. I think he may have mistyped the series information:

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Should have been:

B = 2000 built after 4/1968



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Ultradog MN

08-09-2020 12:38:41




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 Re: Help identify my tractor in reply to RayNipper, 08-09-2020 11:44:26  
B1012B
B = 3000 built after 4/1968
10 = Ag/all purpose model
1 = Diesel
2 = 540 transmission PTO
B = 6 Speed

4B21B

4 = 1974
B = February
21 = 21st day of the month
B = Afternoon Shift

C426850 is the serial #
C = Made in USA
426850 = Consistant with a 1974 build date



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Fordfarmer

08-09-2020 13:26:39




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 Re: Help identify my tractor in reply to Ultradog MN, 08-09-2020 12:38:41  
B would be a 2000.
Otherwise agree with your decoding.



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