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I believe that is correct, my 1922 has a serial number tag on the left fender, no tag on the right. For some time earlier than this there was a do not overload tag on the right hand fender, serial number tag on the left.
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I believe that is correct, my 1922 has a serial number tag on the left fender, no tag on the right. For some time earlier than this there was a do not overload tag on the right hand fender, serial number tag on the left.
Russ is correct (as far as I know) somewhere along the line 1921 0r 22 they stopped putting the right side tag on. I know of an early 21 has it. My 22 does not.
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Default Re: International 8-16

Very interesting discussion on 8-16 tag placement. My 8-16 is a very late 1920 with serial number HC11712. According to the Red Book, the last production number for the HC series is 11871. My tractor has the "Do Not Overload" tag on the right fender and the serial number tag on the lower, front, right-side of the engine block. There are no holes in the left fender for a tag of any kind. Both of the tags are made of aluminum, not brass.
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Default Re: International 8-16

My father's 8-16 is an IC series, no. 2602, built in 1921, and it has an aluminium serial tag on top of the left fender (as viewed from the rear). From memory, I think there are holes drilled for a tag in the corresponding place on the right fender too, but no sign of any plate actually having been fitted - would need to double-check this though.

By the way, if anyone is looking to get a serial or "DO NOT OVERLOAD" plate made (or any other plates for that matter), it would be worth contacting Chris Astell at https://www.vintagebrassplates.co.uk/ He can reproduce the raised lettering as on the originals, can do brass or aluminium, and ships worldwide. (I see that he already has a sample of a "DO NOT OVERLOAD" plate for a Titan on the site.)
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