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I'm trying to figure out what year my 210 tractor is. Bad thing is, it's missing both the engine and regular tractor serial number tags. I however have found one on the deck and also the transaxle.

Deck i believe reads-H039D 3030293M

Transaxle- Mod2333 peerless 6299 8524

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Can you put up a couple pictures? as the 200 series was built there are a few different things they changed through out the production. Although not guaranteed that it is 100% to nail down the exact year we could probably get close. :trink40:
I will give you an example; there are two different side panels. early ones have screens late ones have louvres.
Seat pans, decals, and PTO styles all change over the years.
 

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Going by 3030293 it's a 1985 or late 1984 model:thThumbsU
 

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Based On the ser Number Its Newer But based On the Hood decal It Looks a Lot Older
What is the Black Bar for?
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That's a pre-1979. They switched to the black strobe decals in 1979. The front lift rod looks like it was added on, it has it's own rockshaft and everything! That's interesting.
 

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my guess is a 1977, Deere used a jam nut on pto knobs up to 80000, didn't start those engine covers till 70,000 70,000-80,000 are 1977's
 

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That will teach me to read more Carefully :fing20: You posted the deck Numbers and Not the Machine Number That’s why I thought it was a 85 or 84 Based On ser number :thThumbsU
 

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The solid yellow stripe decals went until '77, then they changed in '78. The louvred panels tell its '77 or later, so it is a '77 tractor.
 
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