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Question 10-20 McCormick Numbers

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Would I be correct in saying the engine Number on a 10-20 is the serial No ? my tag is missing from the dash and from what I have been told my tractor is a 1928 ... No oil filter, exhaust through the dash etc. I have a new tag for the dash but I would like to know if the engine No. (below the head on the right hand side by the governor) is the serial No. before I stamp it up ???

By the way after reading previous topics here on the stak, I rubbed some of my tractors over with Owatrol ... I couldn't believe how good the weathered old 10-20 came out ! So good the W30 got the same treatment
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Default Re: 10-20 McCormick Numbers

On any that I ever had the tag number matched the engine number.

Unless you have a tractor that somebody changed parts on.

I'm not totaly sure about the long louvered hood on a 28 tractor though ? No doubt somebody else will come on that can tell you for sure.
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Yes, the long louvers are correct on 28 with the exhaust through the gas tank support.
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Default Re: 10-20 McCormick Numbers

Hi Carl My 1928 tag # is the same as # on engine block Left side between lower rad outlet and intake manifold raised boss on engine with serial # stamped into it hope this helps.
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Default Re: 10-20 McCormick Numbers

The chassis tub should have a casting date on the bottom of it if you wanted to double check. its to the rear of the front axle stay rod mount.

this would give you an idea if the engine might have ever been changed out
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Default Re: 10-20 McCormick Numbers

Thanks for all the information, I went and had a look at my 10-20 during my lunch break today, the eng # KC 106555 and the # under the transmission housing is 5-4-28

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