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|John Greenlee||Anyone know the year of a B-414 ser, no. 34738?
|Hugh MacKay||John: The B-414 was build between 1961 and 1966, your serial number being 34638 would probably make it 62 or 63. I know they were building between 15,000 and 20,000 B-414s per year back in those days.
|John Greenlee||Did they change much from 1961? Found a parts manual for a 61 and was wondering if it was worth buying.
|Hugh Mackay||John: I think you'd be quite safe with that manual as it applies to any 414. A lot of that tractor never changed from 275, 414, 434 and 444, mind you not all. One interesting item we stumbled on just recently, 434 torque tube was different from the others, yet the others were all the same. I guess it was something they tried on 434 then decided the old design was better when 444 came along.