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Serial #
#393831 Thu Mar 27 2008 03:53 AM
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Do AD trucks, especially 1 1/2 tons have a serial number stamped anywhere other than on the tag in front of the left door?? I've got a truck with a missing tag and I would like to find the original serial #

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dlhenk #393833 Thu Mar 27 2008 04:01 AM
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Not that I know of.
And I have completely stripped and looked over every inch of the frame on my 48 2 ton.

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Re: Serial #
Grigg #393903 Thu Mar 27 2008 01:13 PM
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Nope, the AD series (of any size) only had the serial number on the door frame tag. Sorry.


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Re: Serial #
Jeff_from_KY #463242 Mon Oct 20 2008 05:52 AM
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I went through the search feature. and gave up about 5 pages into it. I thought this topic was close so I am posting it here. I just purchased a 1.5 ton A-D truck. It was sold to me as a 1949, but upon looking at it I don't think it is because it has vent windows. I went looking in my LMC catalog and it only tells you how to read 1/2&3/4 ton truck serial#. the truck is up north and i don't have access to it. so can someone give me a breakdown of the various # and letters

Re: Serial #
rusty52stovey #463247 Mon Oct 20 2008 06:23 AM
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Some models GMC had a serial number on the frame on the passenger side right behind the front spring hanger. I am not sure what year models had this.


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