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 12-19-2010, 17:10 Post: 175846
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I recently purchased a 2004 TC30 that was used with 390 hrs. In trying to replace some of the missing parts, I often run across a comment that indicates "used after PIN HK430001" or similar wording. I have looked all over this tractor and cannot find any reference to a PIN#. The only reliable number I can find is the engine serial number. Does anyone know where I can find the PIN number? Is it located on the frame of the tractor somewhere?

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 12-19-2010, 18:27 Post: 175847
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 PIN Location and/or what is it?

PIN stands for product identification number, not unlike a VIN, which is a federal designation. It is found on an aluminum tag riveted to the underside of the tractor roughly under the floorboard where your left would be---at least it is on my TC33D.






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 12-19-2010, 18:34 Post: 175849
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 PIN Location and/or what is it?

I really don't know what PIN stands for but I'm guessing the number you indicate or a similar number would indicate the serial number of an engine or frame of a tractor.
An example might be S/N DTM 3500045, not a real serial number but just an example. Sometimes parts are updated to fit where the original came from but have been improved, such as, after S/N DTM 3500045. The letters preceding the number sometimes indicate what options were on the tractor when built, like the M may stand for hydro drive, T may indicate diesel engine, etc.
Hope this helps.
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 12-19-2010, 20:16 Post: 175855
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Thank you earthwrks, I looked mainly under the front of the tractor (this is where the number is on my Kubota)but will check beneath the floor board.

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 12-19-2010, 20:21 Post: 175857
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Thank you Hardwood,
Earthwrks seems to think the PIN (Product Information Number) may be located under the left floor board. I am going to check it out in the morning. I assume it had something to do with permanent identification of the tractor similar to that used on a vehicle.

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 12-19-2010, 23:41 Post: 175864
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 PIN Location and/or what is it?

A tc33d has it on the left side of the gear case in the area of the front of the left rear tire.






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 12-20-2010, 21:01 Post: 175880
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I recently purchased a 2004 TC30 that was used with 390 hrs. In trying to replace some of the missing parts, I often run across a comment that indicates "used after PIN HK430001" or similar wording. I have looked all over this tractor and cannot find any reference to a PIN#. The only reliable number I can find is the engine serial number. Does anyone know where I can find the PIN number? Is it located on the frame of the tractor somewhere?Many Thanks.



Many thanks to all of you who responded. I did in fact find the PIN tag riveted to the frame under the left floor board.






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