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7S blade serial # location

Discussion in 'Dozers' started by sled dog, Sep 26, 2020.

  1. sled dog

    sled dog Well-Known Member

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    Hey my friends, need a little help to find blade serial # on a 7F straight blade. Tractor SN # 94N8650. I thought the # was on the right rear top. Tag is long gone. Tried wire wheeling the old paint layers off this morn where I THOUGHT it should be, and no luck. Am I looking in the wrong place?
     
  2. Old Magnet

    Old Magnet Senior Member

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    That's the right place to look. Either a 60Kxxxx or 72Fxxxx s/n.
     
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  3. sled dog

    sled dog Well-Known Member

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    Thank you OM