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Serial Number Difference
|Loren||Does the code on the serial number indicate whether it's a garden tractor or a patio tractor and how do you tell the difference or what is the difference between the two?
|bontai Joe||The difference is patio tractors were painted white and the customer selected a seat and hood that was red, or blue, or orange or yellow, and they were installed by the dealer. Decals on the side of the hood had black backgrounds instead of yellow. I don't know of a specific code or digit in the serial number that will ID a patio tractor, I'd have to look up the entire number off a list. Patio attachments were also white in color.
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