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    Not aware of any listing beyond the published charts which the forum has. At one time we were able to research late production serial numbers one by one with Eastman.


    Based on serial number encoding, we can generally breakpoint the production of Ingersoll-Rothenberger (Winneconne 2001-2005) and Ingersoll-Eastman (Winneconne, 2006) or Ingersoll-Eastman (Portland 2007-2014) built tractors.

    The serial number presented here is a Ingersoll-Rothenberger number, so surely in the 2001 - 2006 time frame.


    So one more bit of trivia ... the decals.

    We know that the '3D' italics Ingersoll decal was released by engineering in June 2003, so if original it would not show up on tractors before that (they were available for service parts for about 15 years ... obsolete now).

    We might presume that this decal took a while to fold in to production and so late 2003/early 2004 would have introduced those on production tractors.


    Brian

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    thank you all. this is great. i will get over to his place sometime this weekend to check where all stated. thanks again, Randy

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    thanks all for the input. i looked at the s/n plate it is winneconnie, and the engine was a 06/2002, so with what was said, i know it is a late 2002 or early 2003. thanks again, randy

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    Curious if it has the webbed rear axle on it?(trussed axle tubes) The later Maine built ones had them. Wondering if yours was built with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jancoe View Post
    Curious if it has the webbed rear axle on it?(trussed axle tubes) The later Maine built ones had them. Wondering if yours was built with it.
    Chances are, it does. From what I've seen, sometime around 2000 or 2001 was the year Ingersoll started using those webbed rear axle housings in all of the garden tractors.

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    yes, it has the webbing on the rear axles.

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