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Help locate Mfr's No. on older 725

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Hello, I have a 1961 725 with a 42" deck...the deck has the manufacture number 990190, but that number was used on 1960, 1961 and 1962 decks. I know the tractor is a 725 because of the metal emblems on the hood...It should be #990235 (came with ES and Generator)for 1961 but where do I look? If anyone is interested I may be selling a 42" snow blade that came with this tractor it is in VGC. Thanks Ron rsgreco@earthlink.net

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You can use the engine numbers to help date the tractor, IF it's the original engine. With a lot of these older ones that can be a pretty big if at times.... http://www.edgeta.org/mdate3.htm The 990190 is what's known as a bolt together deck because the shell was not a single stamping but rather had to be asembled from pieces. The 990285 deck was the single piece shell deck but it lacked the wire foot guards of later decks. I have examples of both types in you want detail pics. The "Made When" table has a lot of good information in it..... http://www.simpletractors.com/made_when/1957-1964.htm

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