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The following is the serial number breakdown for the 110 & 112 Round Fender tractors:

1963 110  (2,550 - 3,550)

1964 110  (3,551 - 15,000)

1965 110  (15,001 - 40,000)

1966 110  (40,001 - 65,000)

1967 110  (65,001 - 100,000)

1966 112  (2,550 - 3,550)

1967 112  (3,551 - 100,000)

The 1963 110 tractors had factory K161 7hp Kohler Engines

The 1964-1967 110 tractors had factory K181 8hp Kohler Engines

The 1966-1967 112 tractors had factory HH100 10hp Tecumseh Engines.
 

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1966 Serial Number Identification:

Example: SNT1032058928M

First three letters: SNT = Serial Numbered Tractor

Next two numbers: 10 = 110

Next number: 3 = Tire Designation (see below)

Next number: 2 = Lift Type (1 is manual / 2 is hydraulic)

Next six numbers: 058928 = Serial Number

Next letter: M = Factory Suffix for Horicon

1967 Serial Number Identification:

Example: T1313 069178M

First letter: T = Tractor

Next number: 1 = Tractor Series (1 is 110 / 2 is 112)

Next three numbers: 313 = Identification Code (see below)

Next six numbers: 069178 = Serial Number

Next letter: M = Factory Suffix for Horicon

Tire Designations:

1 = GT-1 : 4.80/4.00-8 Fronts and 6-12 Rears (All Purpose Tread)

2 = GT-2 : 4.80/4.00-8 Fronts and 6-12 Rears (Traction Tread)

3 = GT-3 : 16x6.50-8 Fronts and 23x8.50-12 Rears (High Floatation Tread)

4 = GT-4 : 4.80/4.00-8 Fronts and 23x8.50-12 Rears (Studded Fronts/Traction Tread Rears)

1967 Identification Codes:

300 = 110 Manual Lift Tractor with type GT-1 Tires and no mower deck drive provided by the factory

301 = 110 Manual Lift Tractor with type GT-2 Tires and no mower deck drive provided by the factory

302 = 110 Manual Lift Tractor with type GT-3 Tires and no mower deck drive provided by the factory

303 = 110 Manual Lift Tractor with type GT-4 Tires and no mower deck drive provided by the factory

304 = 110 Manual Lift Tractor with type GT-1 Tires and with mower deck drive provided by the factory

305 = 110 Manual Lift Tractor with type GT-2 Tires and with mower deck drive provided by the factory

306 = 110 Manual Lift Tractor with type GT-3 Tires and with mower deck drive provided by the factory

307 = 110 Hydraulic Lift Tractor with type GT-1 Tires and with mower deck drive provided by the factory

308 = 110 Hydraulic Lift Tractor with type GT-2 Tires and with mower deck drive provided by the factory

309 = 110 Hydraulic Lift Tractor with type GT-3 Tires and with mower deck drive provided by the factory

310 = 110 Hydraulic Lift Tractor with type GT-4 Tires and with mower deck drive provided by the factory

311 = 110 Hydraulic Lift Tractor with type GT-1 Tires and no mower deck drive provided by the factory

312 = 110 Hydraulic Lift Tractor with type GT-2 Tires and no mower deck drive provided by the factory

313 = 110 Hydraulic Lift Tractor with type GT-3 Tires and no mower deck drive provided by the factory

314 = 112 Manual Lift Tractor with type GT-3 Tires and no mower deck drive provided by the factory

315 = 112 Manual Lift Tractor with type GT-4 Tires and no mower deck drive provided by the factory

316 = 112 Hydraulic Lift Tractor with type GT-3 Tires and no mower deck drive provided by the factory

317 = 112 Hydraulic Lift Tractor with type GT-4 Tires and no mower deck drive provided by the factory

Notes:

*112 round fenders were never issued from the factory with front 4.80/4.00-8 All Purpose Tread Design. Only studded tires were issued.

*112 round fenders were never issued from the factory with rear 6-12 All Purpose or Traction type Tread Design. In fact, they were never issued with 6-12 rear rims. Only 23x8.50-12 rear rims were issued from the factory.

*1966 112 round fender serial number tags look or have the same design as the 1966 110 serial number tags, but will have a identification code as listed on 1967 tags.

*1966 112 round fender tractors designated with the GT-3 tire series were available with either manual lift or hydraulic lift options, whereas the GT-4 tire series tractors were available with hydraulic lift only. 1967 112 round fenders however, were available with either lift option, no matter what the tire series was issued from the factory.
 
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