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Thanks Dan, already have them added!!
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Here's one more to add to the database:
Tractor Year: 1949
Tractor Serial Number: FCUB-70528
Engine Block (orignial)
Date code: 3/4/S; Part Number: 215 341 R 2 (original)
Serial Number: FCUBM-70528
Engine Block (replaced in 2005)
Date code: 3/23/G; Part number: 215 341 R 7 (replacement)
Serial number: illegible
Cylinder Head (on the tractor when purchased in 2000)
Date code: 10/30/Y; Part number: 2515 288 R 1
Date code: 2/2/S; Part number: 350 886 R 2
Date code: 3/24/S; Part number: 351 686 R 1
Date code: 2/22/S; Part number: 351 530 R 1
Date code: (not found); Part number: 350 798 R 1
Left Final Drive
Date code: 3/24/S; Part number: 350 806 R 2
Right Final Drive
Date code: 3/25/S; Part number: 350 806 R 2
Date code: 1/4/S; Part number: 351 981 R 1
Engine block (only) replaced in 2005 (from a '61?); Long ears on rear fuel tank support
Electric starting and lighting (J-4 magneto); Adjustable front axle; PTO; Touch Control
1945 Farmall A
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Raymond - Here's one more for Serial #21005
Axle Extension 8 7 Q
The head - clearly does not have a casting number - Now that it's been sand blasted you can see where the one side of it was supposed to be. Must have been a sand mold failure on mine.
Thanks for the effort it takes to do this.
Pleasant View Farm - Est. 1799
My Restoration Project - FCUB '48 - Rex
I don't have anything but the tractor ser. #, but my unrestored (and unrunning) 1947 is 7575. It is still at the farm in Miss. Stan Thigpen
Since retirement, the things I miss most are the holidays!
Thanks Dale, that's good info!
Thanks Stan. Next time you are able, if you could get the engine Cast Code and PN from under the carb, and SN that is under the tappet cover, that'd be great!
Thanks Paul, if you could get a few more numbers off the engine block, that'd be great. The PN, Casting Code and engine SN would be best, and aren't too difficult to see.
OK Raymond, I had better get these sent in, Bob helped me get them at the Bash and is probably wondering when I was going to submit them.
Serial # 142635
Engine 9 27 W (also has "SPECIAL" cast, upside down in the block... so far no one can tell me what this is/means)
Touch Control 8 29 W
Tranny 1 7 X (Iknow it was replaced, came from Ralph's "Flamey"!)
Left Final 7 19 S (I know this was also replaced, as was Right Final, but we couldn't see the code)
Torque Tube ? ? W (couldn't make out the #'s)
Sorry, all we could make out
Serial # 897
Engine 7 27 A
Touch Control 6 30 A
Transmission 7 1 A
Right Final 7 26 A
Left Final 7 26 A
Torque Tube 7 4 A
So, it looks like my early LoBoy was assembled with parts that were all cast within about a month!
Thanks David, I'll get them added!
Could you post a pic of the "special" casting, and post or PM me the engine SN and PN? Might lead us to what the casting means.
Towards the end of 1951, from Sept to Jan of 1952, the block PN changed from R4 to R6, with R5 being used looks like less than a month. I don't now what the changes were, but it look like yours falls at the end of the R5's, beginning of the R6's, so that may have something to do with the special casting.
More numbers for 48 cub ser. no.19129
torque tube- 351686R1 1-28-R
touch control-3511R1 5-21-R
right final-350806R2 2-19-R
left final-350806R2 2-10-R
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