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Differnces Between D4-10 And D4-12.


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Posted December 01, 2014 - 10:23 PM

Scott - a lot of that went on . Some tractors were sidetracked in production and refitted  . Some were shoved out the door a notch above or below current production models .

 

 A lot of  similarities in production methods when slight problems arose  .

 

 

Just way too to write about in single paragraph  style .


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Posted January 21, 2015 - 08:35 PM

I was looking at both my D4-12's today. The early model with the Craftsman Tecumseh has the oil drain pipe going out the bottom of the motor and the bottom plate of the frame has a hole cut out for this drain pipe to drop down through it. My later model D4-12 has the drain pipe coming out the side of the motor and the side frame has a hole cut out of it for it to stick through.

 

The NOS KD front head lights I bought back a ways had the painted rings instead of the chrome rings appear to have been original for the D4-12 tractors. I have seen at least 4 or more tractors at this point, that had these headlights on them.


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