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#1 Bwinkle7 OFFLINE  

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Posted September 01, 2015 - 08:17 PM

I have the S/Nos of two economy tractors. Can anyone tell me where to find the list of serials so I can verify the birth year of these machines

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Posted September 01, 2015 - 08:47 PM

http://www.powerking...umber Chart.htm


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Posted September 01, 2015 - 09:31 PM

Thanks for the site. My sisters ET is a 1969. We got it April of 70. My PK is a 1973. Just got it about 3 weeks ago. I will have pics soon, I promise, I hope.
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Posted September 02, 2015 - 01:15 AM

You are welcome.

Looking forward to the pics.  I also have a '73, a 1614.  :wave:



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Posted October 19, 2015 - 12:37 AM

Hello, new power king owner here. Picked up a 2414 with front end loader. Kinda rough shape. But started to strip it down to redo it. Having problem identifing it. Has no serial numbers. I think it's a 1971???? If anybody could help me. It would be a big help to get parts. And last pic was how it was found. Lol

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Posted October 19, 2015 - 12:48 AM

Hello my name is Patrick from Delaware. New power king owner. Looking for any information on this tractor. There is no serial number to help. I think it's a 1971 2414 it's was found in a brush row. In the process of stripping it down to restore it. Any help would be nice thanks.

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Posted October 19, 2015 - 05:16 AM

Welcome to GTTalk  barcusp !   That's has to be one of the worse abused PK  , makes me want to cry lol . There  are members that I'm sure can tell where to find clues on the year but guessing it's mid to late sixties . Why don't you start a new thread , you might get more noticed , Al


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Posted October 19, 2015 - 05:52 AM

Hello my name is Patrick from Delaware. New power king owner. Looking for any information on this tractor. There is no serial number to help. I think it's a 1971 2414 it's was found in a brush row. In the process of stripping it down to restore it. Any help would be nice thanks.

Your guess for the year may be right.  The sheet metal is right for anything from a mid 60's to a 1972.  That would be a Power King model.  If numbers were used in that era it would be a 1614, not 24.  It goes by the rear wheel size and those appear to be 16".  That is rough.  I hope you have a lot of time.

 

There is an outside chance that the serial number may be on the frame.  Some of them had the serial number hand scratched on the TOP of the frame, UNDER the sheet metal tunnel in the area where your left foot sits.  Check that out when you have it apart.  Not all of them got this.  I think it just depended on who was working the line at the time.


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Posted October 19, 2015 - 12:31 PM

Hi Barcusp, welcome to the PK group glad you rescued the poor thing from that tree / bush it might swallowed it up completely in a few more yrs :dancingbanana: Good luck with the restore will be watching for fallow up pics.


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