Facts and knowledgebase about John Deere crawlers
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The confusion probably came about because the ID sequence on the serial number data plate (before the actual serial number) probably indicates "350C" which stands for a 350 crawler rather than a 350C crawler. This is a common misunderstanding which sellers sometimes use to their advantage. There are a number of key differences between the "C" and the earlier models to differentiate, the biggest being the wet clutch systems in a "C".tween wrote:I have what was supose to be a JD 350 c, they said it was a 1967 but it can't be from what I can see becaus there was no C in 1967, I have a serial number I think is (Serial #4FIC021928), can any one verify the year.
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