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Ford tractor identification
Looking for information about this Ford tractor. The label on housing is stamped serial # CL 2T939 (?) Component 19-638 (?)
label is on the fron right housing for the Ford 4500 pictured
Normally, there are three sets of numbers stamped into the metal on a flat spot just above and behind the starter (serial number, model number, and manufacturing code).
I'm wondering if the plate in your picture is for the loader??
|Travis||Thank you for reply, and you are probably right. Will get the right numbers off it this weekend. Also, we might be selling it once I get the starter back and get it running.
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