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#1 JimR OFFLINE  

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Posted August 04, 2011 - 01:13 AM

just got a 1965 110 round fender i have a question for all, the serial number is 17019 i can tell when its made(year) but thats it, second i checked tractor over i found a light teal color paint on it, now it could be a repaint but under the teal color is redish primer then bare medal, any thoughts or ideas would help so i dont mess up maybe something special, Thanks:confuse:

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Posted August 04, 2011 - 07:58 AM

Jim,
You might try and go on weekendfreedommachines.com. There is a registry on there that is very helpful. All of the Deere's that I have were a light blue primer under the original paint. As far as the round fenders, there really was no special paint on these compared to the patio style on the later sqaure fender tractors. The only custom colors were usually orange if the tractor was used for a city maintenance. These were special order from the factory, and there are some still around. It sounds to me that someone just got bored with the original JD green!

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Posted August 04, 2011 - 11:38 AM

The registry on there is very helpful. But Not always acurate I have a 1969 Model 112 The Manufactures Code & Ser# do not match in there system But this Mostly effects the 110 & 112 Fender deck Models & usually not the round fender Models I had to contact Some friends at Deere Corp. to get the right Year & was told There are a few Models out there like that:thumbs:

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Posted August 04, 2011 - 04:23 PM

JimR, you have a 1965 110. As for the teal blue primer, I have seen that before on a couple of mine. I have also seen black primer, tan primer, and sometimes even red under the original paint. Deere used pretty much whatever they had in stock back then.

There are no specifics to the serial numbers on round fendered tractors from 1963-1965. Only starting with the 1966 110's and 112's, did Deere start identifying the tire sizes and lift types on the serial plate numbers. I know these round fenders inside and out, so if you need help with anything else, you can give me a call at (7one7)6two7-12five1. I'm always willing to help out a fellow collector!

Edited by caseguy, August 04, 2011 - 06:49 PM.

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Posted August 06, 2011 - 01:48 PM

johndeereelfman thanks for the info and also everyone, its nice to get replies as fast as i did, got the 110 running sounds good just not charging battery but got that problem figured out, I sure ill be asking more questions as time goes on, Once agin thank you to all
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Posted March 04, 2013 - 11:01 PM

I've got a round fender, serial T1031059954M

Using the last 5 digits, it would be a 1966 model, but what do the other

numbers signify?



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Posted March 05, 2013 - 07:11 AM

Serial Numer breakdown:

SNT = Serial Numbered Tractor
10 = Model 110 (if this number was 12, then the tractor would be a model 112)
3 = Tire Code (GT-3 tires = 23x8.5-12 high floatation rears/16x6.5-8 fronts
1 = Manual Lift (if this number was a 2, then the tractor would have hydraulic lift)
059954 = Actual Production Number
M = Made at the Horicon Factory


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Posted March 05, 2013 - 03:45 PM

GREAT info!  Thanks!



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Posted March 05, 2013 - 06:57 PM

Serial Number Breakdowns:

1963 110 = 4 digit serial number from 2550 - 3550 (110   3283)

1964 110 = 4 or 5 digit serial number from 3551 - 15000 (110  4080)

1965 110 = 5 digit serial number from 15001 - 40000 with an "A" prefix at the beginning (110  A15026)

1966 110 = 6 digit serial number from 40001 - 65000 (SNT1032058928M)

                  SNT = Serial Number Tractor

                  10 or 12 = 110 or 112 model

                  1,2,3, or 4 = Tire designation (1=GT-1, 2=GT-2, 3=GT-3, 4=GT-4)

                  1 or 2 - 1 = manual lift / 2 = hydraulic lift

                  058928 = Serial Number

                  M = Factory Suffix = Horicon

1966 112 = Same as above for the 1966 110

1967 110 = 6 digit serial number from 65001 - 100000 (T1313069178M)

                  T = Tractor

                  1 or 2 = 110 or 112 model

                  313 = Hydraulic lift with GT-3 Tire designation

                  069178 = Serial Number

                  M = Factory Suffix = Horicon

1967 112 = Same as above for the 1967 110

 

Tire Designations:

GT-1 = 6-12 All Purpose Rear Tires and 4.80/4.00-8 All Purpose Front Tires

GT-2 = 6-12 Traction Rear Tires and 4.80/4.00-8 All Purpose Front Tires

GT-3 = 23x8.50-12 High Floatation Rear Tires and 16x6.50-8 High Floatation Front Tires

GT-4 = 23x8.50-12 Traction Rear Tires and 4.80/4.00-8 Studded Front Tires

 

1967 Tractor Codes:

300 or 304 = 110 with manual lift and GT-1 tire designation

301 or 305 = 110 with manual lift and GT-2 tire designation

302 or 306 = 110 with manual lift and GT-3 tire designation

303 = 110 with manual lift and GT-4 tire designation

307 or 311 = 110 with hydraulic lift and GT-1 tire designation

308 or 312 = 110 with hydraulic lift and GT-2 tire designation

309 or 313 = 110 with hydraulic lift and GT-3 tire designation

310 = 110 with hydraulic lift and GT-4 tire designation

314 = 112 with manual lift and GT-3 tire designation

315 = 112 with manual lift and GT-4 tire designation

316 = 112 with hydraulic lift and GT-3 tire designation

317 = 112 with hydraulic lift and GT-4 tire designation

 

Engine Types:

110 = K161 7hp Kohler (1963's only)

110 = K181 8hp Kohler (1964 - 1967)

112 = HH100 10hp Tecumseh (1966 - 1967)


Edited by johndeereelfman, March 05, 2013 - 06:59 PM.

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