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I have one of the first B-1's made I think? Can't find the serial no. on it. Where did Simplicity stamp it? Have the manual that came with it and dealers parts cat. listing parts for the tractor and emplements. Have the mower, blade, and lift on the rear. Granny

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PatRarick
Welcome, Grover. The serial number plate was a sticker fastened to the seat deck, right behind the seat. They weren't very durable. Noticed in your profile that you were wondering if it was #19, based on the engine. The answer is, "no". The 19 is the engine model number and designates a 19 cubic inch engine. Pat

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