John *.?-!.* cub owner wrote:The part numbers cast into the head should help, but if it was originally a dual fuel it will have 2 fuel tanks. A big one and a little one gallon one. Also if I remember correctly, the serial for a gas only normally ends in X1 on models that were available as dual fuel.Wizbear wrote:How do I tell if it has a dual fuel head?
They didn't use the suffix codes on the tractor serial numbers like they did with the H & M. Part number on the head will tell--I THINK. I can't remember if they used the same casting for the gas and the kerosene head. Again at this point it probably doesn't matter, the head has most likely been made into a gasoline head.
I bet you are getting max. horsepower. Take it to the field and work it and you will know!