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Hello all, 

Looking to get some help identifying this old tractor. Bought it at an estate sale. Gentleman that owned passed away and family selling it knew nothing about it. I bought it for $1500 and had to get it running.the only thing legible on the plate is 3136 J-W which is stamped in. All else is gone. Wheelbase is about 74", rear tires are 14 x 28s.its a 4 cyl gasoline engine. Of course it's missing the model number side plates. Has a plate over the PTO.  Any help would be appreciated in identifying model.

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Might also be a 2404. Looks like the air cleaner is on the wrong side to be a 2424. There were too many models like this to keep straight. 

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Looks to be a 2404 I have one in the shop right now for engine work. way too light for the 2000 loader that's factory mounted on it. 

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Thanks folks. The models mentioned is what I came up with but they had differences. I couldn't pin it down with my extremely limited experience. The loader is weak but I figured it was due to hydraulic pump and leak. Can only lift about 700#. i run a heavy blade on the back 

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the loader will lift plenty if the front mount pump is in good shape and the relief valve is at its original pressure  they were noted for being extremely hard on front end parts  its the same loader as a 2000 series on a 504-656- etc just different subframes and piping to match the tractor. the tractor in my shop has 4 2404 number plates on it 2 where they would be if the tractor did not have a loader  and 2  at the front of the hood where they are when the loader is factory mounted I don't know the story on that.

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Did you change the hydraulic filter and check if it has good oil in the hydraulics.

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I had to replace like ten of the hoses and changed the fluid. I didn't do the filter, honestly don't know tractors that well to know where it is. Changed he oil, cleaned the carb and she fired up and worked. All in all I have about $2300 total into it with new seat, front tires And hoses.

 

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Would anyone know if it came with a PTO behind the plate in the rear? I haven't been able to get it off yet. But would like to see if anyone knows before I take my tractor apart

 

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11 hours ago, Brokenfarmer said:

Would anyone know if it came with a PTO behind the plate in the rear? I haven't been able to get it off yet. But would like to see if anyone knows before I take my tractor apart

 

there will be no pto under the plate will have to be added

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Skid steers generally have no PTO and they do fine with hydraulic PTO replacement. 

Could be more cost effective solution because you all ready have the large capacity hydraulic system.

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