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    915 serial number

    Can anyone tell me if there is more than one location for the serial number on a 915 trans? The usual number has been obliterated by the POs penchant for driving on crowned dirt roads. Thanks

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    I don't think there is, Pat. But I'd be thrilled to be told otherwise. Mine is also MIA, as was the number on the 915 in my friend's former '73.5T.
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    I wondered why the single location of a serial number was exposed the way it is to potential road rash/damage. I know of only one indicator for serial number on these transmissions, unfortunately.
    Looking for motor number: 3280343 (I am running engine number 3280124)
    Looking for transmission number: 3280571

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