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RUSSALL wrote:Here is my '79 . It has original paint.
tst wrote:My 76 long stripe has generator holes, no emblem holes
DarinO wrote:My 77 is very near the middle of the year of production with s/n 251043. It has no oil holes in the hood, original alternator, choke cable, key start, and rubber intake tube. I think the grill is black, but it's hiding behind a wire screen that caught grass from its mowing days. Some of these differences are shown in the owners manual that was shipped to the dealership that sold the tractor new. It was post marked Dec, 13 1977.
bob in CT wrote:Cubfriend wrote:I think the "holes" may be in reference to the hood ornament holes. Please correct me if I'm wrong. Maybe this will clear up some confusion. ...Frank
The reference is to holes in the hood to oil the generator bearing cups. No need for that with an alternator.
tst wrote:serial # 249471
CharlieB wrote:I re-checked and the last number I posted doesn't have the other '3' in it. It is '1335'.
Boss Hog wrote:I think maybe some hoods may have been in a corner and used after they were using the no holes hoods but that is only speculation on my part. I have 5 longstripes all have holes in the hood the newest one is a late 78, I think most no hole hoods were 79 and late late 78s
The numbers I see are.....AD-31469-C...... 1/74
on another page, lower corner; AD-1335-Y5..... 10-31-W
Rudi wrote:Is there a chance that this brochure could be safely scanned into jpeg's
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