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#1 Gtractor ONLINE  

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Posted November 05, 2017 - 07:25 PM

My boss just bought what is supposed to be a '67,  4 speed 110 round fender.

According to the serial # charts I've seen its should have a serial # between 65001 and 99999

 

He just wanted to confirm what year it is.  He's not computer savvy... but get a load of his serial #

 

SNT1031060642M

 

Can anyone 'cipher this crazy number?

The tractor has original paint and is a one-family owner tractor

Thanks!!

 

 



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Posted November 05, 2017 - 08:06 PM

According to the serial number lookup on Weekend Freedom Machines it's a 66,  Here is the information about the Tractor SNT1031060642M

 

 

Model: 110 Typecode: T1031 Serial Number: 60642 Model Year: 1966 Engine Model and Size: K181 Kohler 8HP Lift Type: Manual Paint: Green/Yellow Manufactured Location: Horicon, WI
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Posted November 05, 2017 - 08:14 PM

try this

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Posted November 05, 2017 - 08:16 PM

 

According to the serial number lookup on Weekend Freedom Machines it's a 66,  Here is the information about the Tractor SNT1031060642M

 

 

Model: 110 Typecode: T1031 Serial Number: 60642 Model Year: 1966 Engine Model and Size: K181 Kohler 8HP Lift Type: Manual Paint: Green/Yellow Manufactured Location: Horicon, WI

 

You beat me to it while I was looking.


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Posted November 05, 2017 - 08:19 PM

You beat me to it while I was looking.

Being I have a herd of five Deere's I have that site up all the time, along with this one, so it's easy for me to bounce back and forth. :smilewink:


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Posted November 05, 2017 - 08:21 PM

Thanks guys. 

On Tractor data it just has the 5 digits for '66 and '67 and we didn't know which digits to use. 

Thanks so much!!  :thumbs:

 

I saw the tractor a month ago but it was in the back of a shed and real dirty.  A collector/friend of my boss's has since seen it and told him to NEVER paint it as its a decent original.  Now he doesn't know if he should restore it or not.  main problem is the front of the hood is broken pretty good.

The plan was to restore it for his grandson but..... 



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Posted November 05, 2017 - 08:30 PM

If you look you can find replacement hoods on Ebay or John Deere sites like WFM. I have a 73 110 that I am in the process of restoring (when I can get to it), I have patched mine with a fiberglass patch kit. If he was going to eventually sell it I'd say keep it original, but if it's going to stay in the family a good restoration job is what I would advise.


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Posted November 09, 2017 - 06:41 PM

SNT1031060642M :

 

SNT = Serial Numbered Tractor

10 = 110

= GT-3 tire code ( 16x6.50-8 fronts / 23x8.50-12 rears ) High-Flotation tires

= Manual lift ( a number 2 would represent hydraulic lift )

060642 = Actual serial number of the tractor

M = Horicon Plant






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