JD350 thru JD350D Serial Numbers

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Post by Tigerhaze » Fri Feb 27, 2015 8:17 pm

There are a couple discussions in the main part of the discussion board on export JD crawlers- I just posted about this a month or two back for someone else that had an export JD 350.
(1) JD Straight 450 crawler dozer with manual outside blade; (2) JD 2010 diesel crawler loaders; (1) JD 2010 diesel dozer with hydraulic 6-way blade; (2) Model 50 backhoe attachments, misc. other construction equipment

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SN Difference Spotted

Post by Stan Disbrow » Mon Jun 08, 2015 6:26 am

Hi,

Interesting. I was fluffing about ebay this morning looking at things 350, and tripped across an auction for a 350C. Nothing odd about that, but what is odd is the SN tag pictured. I reads like a modern tag, not one from the mid 80s. Here is what it read:

*T0350CE721784*
CRAWLER DOZER /85

All is in raised lettering, except the /85, which is done with a metal stamp.

The S/N is below that for a 350D, but in the 7xxxxx range they went to for the 350D, not the 393401 and up range for a 1985 350C.

As I said: Interesting.

Was this a running change in the S/N scheme or could this be a ReLife unit? I would think a ReLife unit would say so, but may be they just used an obviously different S/N to denote one. I really do not know, having never seen a ReLife unit in person.

But, the listing says this was a Federal forestry unit, and those were prime for having been passed through the ReLife program. Listing also says it was refurbished, but by someone other than Deere. Did Deere have contract refurbish houses within the ReLife program? Again, possible and I do not know. Heck, I feel lucky that I even heard of ReLife at all when it was going on....

Edit: Looking at the pics some more, I have some doubts this was ReLife. Too many little things I would expect to be renewed are not. Probably just the things listed as having been redone, were redone, by the shop listed. It still leaves us with the S/N difference. Somewhere along the way, that was changed for the C....

So, some food for thought to go along with the morning coffee after the donut is gone.... :P

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Useta Have: '68 JD350, '51 Terratrac GT-25
Also Have: 1950 M, 2005 x495, 2008 5103 (now known as 5045D)

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Post by jmanatee » Mon Feb 29, 2016 6:03 pm

I think I have a 350B and I found this thread, I am looking for the serial number plate, I have looked all over the seat support by where my right leg would be when operating the dozer, nothing. Where my left leg would be is an hour meter. I can not find any evidence there was ever a plate there.

Am I missing something? Is there anywhere else the serial number would be?

Thanks for any help.

Jon

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Re: JD350 thru JD350D Serial Numbers

Post by tc350b » Sat Sep 30, 2017 8:09 am

read your post for 2015 where you stated you had a 350c and was looking for info on the year. I also have a 350AD crawler, very unique with a cab, serial # 350AD140570L, diesel and with "made in Germany" on tag. Still trying to decode # to determine correct year mfg. Can you tell me what you found out. Thanks tcowart@ptialaska.net. Thanks

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Re: JD350 thru JD350D Serial Numbers

Post by JDJIM202 » Sat Feb 24, 2018 12:24 pm

Yes, I have a 350 that was made in Germany, Bosch injector pump, getting the pump fixed now.

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Re: JD350 thru JD350D Serial Numbers

Post by Topfuel » Thu Apr 26, 2018 9:05 am

Hello to everyone, I'm new to this site but wondering if anyone can help me identify a machine? I believe it is a straight 350, 3 cyl gas motor and only has 4 bottom rolls. The frame# is 4F1C 0460461 and motor plate# is 41TF. 059070T. I'm not sure if it's a good machine to try to save? (Collectable and Rarity)
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Re: JD350 thru JD350D Serial Numbers

Post by Lavoy » Thu Apr 26, 2018 9:15 am

That is really up to you and what you want it for. It's not rare, collectable is in the eye of the beholder, but there are many less 4 rollers than 5 rollers, and less gas than diesel.
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Re: JD350 thru JD350D Serial Numbers

Post by DozerDan » Thu Aug 09, 2018 2:12 pm

Hello, am looking at a 350 dozer I'm thinking of buying, this is the model # and serial #, Is this a 1968 and what do all the numbers and letters mean in the model section of it? T4F1C-067081T Thanks, Dan

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Re: JD350 thru JD350D Serial Numbers

Post by Stan Disbrow » Thu Aug 09, 2018 3:32 pm

Hi,

Tractor, JD350, Crawler Dozer, Gasoline, Collar Shift.

So, this means it is a Straight 350 without a Direction Reverser. They didn't put a letter in during the Straight 350 series to indicate the blade type on a dozer (as they did later for the 350B series).

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Have: '78 JD350C w/6310 outside manual blade
Useta Have: '68 JD350, '51 Terratrac GT-25
Also Have: 1950 M, 2005 x495, 2008 5103 (now known as 5045D)

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Re: JD350 thru JD350D Serial Numbers

Post by DozerDan » Thu Aug 09, 2018 7:15 pm

Stan, thanks for the reply. Am I correct about this being a 1968 dozer? Thanks, Dan

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Re: JD350 thru JD350D Serial Numbers

Post by Stan Disbrow » Fri Aug 10, 2018 7:30 am

Hi,

Yes, the serial number is in the 1968 range. I didn't state that because you had it correct! :)

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Have: '58 JD 420c 5-roller w/62 inside manual blade
Have: '78 JD350C w/6310 outside manual blade
Useta Have: '68 JD350, '51 Terratrac GT-25
Also Have: 1950 M, 2005 x495, 2008 5103 (now known as 5045D)

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Re: JD350 thru JD350D Serial Numbers

Post by DozerDan » Fri Aug 10, 2018 10:17 am

Oh ok, I just wasn't sure on that, Thanks again

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Re: JD350 thru JD350D Serial Numbers

Post by Philologus » Sat Feb 16, 2019 12:17 pm

Hello! I am new to the forum and new to owning a dozer and new to owning a vintage piece of equipment. I just purchased a T4F3D 035393T .
Thank you for helping me with the year (it should be a 1966), but I am confused on the fuel type. Earlier in this thread I saw that a "3" designated "diesel" and a "1" designated "gasoline". Mine is a gas burner but has a "3". It has a cage ROPS and 6 way blade.

I know this is not the proper thread, but where is best place to find an operators manual for her? Any help and advice will be much appreciated!

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Re: JD350 thru JD350D Serial Numbers

Post by Jim B » Sat Feb 16, 2019 1:07 pm

Welcome to the forum. The Late model JD crawler technical support Forum is the best place to post your 350 series questions in the future.

Likely someone has swapped the engine. Other possibilities are the serial number tag was swapped or the sheet metal with the tag was swapped.

Lavoy the owner of this site sells parts and I believe he can help you with manuals. His business is service as well as parts so he knows and sells quality items. Getting the operator's manual is a good start. You will likely want to get a service manual as well. If Lavoy can't help you with the manuals you can purchase the manuals on line from JD at http://www.johndeeretechinfo.com. There is a post by Stan Disbrow, Crawler Service Manual and Parts Catalog list (about the 17th down), on this forum with the manual numbers for different machines you may want to review.

The John Deere parts catalogs are available to use, for free, on line at https://jdparts.deere.com/servlet/com.d ... nguage=19 or https://partsadvisor.deere.com/ .

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