What year was this one built?

Discussion in 'eXmark' started by amrupp, Feb 11, 2003.

  1. amrupp

    amrupp LawnSite Member
    from buffalo
    Posts: 27

    While you're looking up mowers, is it possible to tell me when mine was manufactured? I bought it from a dealer in Indiana, who said it was a 2000. It's a Lazer HP, 48" with 19 Kaw. The serial number is 200222.

    At this point it doesn't really make much difference, but I feel better knowing I checked it out.
     
  2. eXmark

    eXmark Manufacturer / Sponsor
    Posts: 4,258

    amrupp,

    Your unit is a 99 model, it was built on 12/21/1998 and shipped 1/9/1999.

    Thanks, Fred.
     
  3. Willdro

    Willdro LawnSite Member
    Posts: 14

    Explain how to tell the year the mower was made buy looking at serial numbers!
     
  4. eXmark

    eXmark Manufacturer / Sponsor
    Posts: 4,258

    Willdro,

    We have natural serial # breaks for each year, 370,... for 2003 - 320,... for 2002..........

    Having the exact serial # we can look up when it was built and when it was shipped.

    Thanks, Fred.
     
  5. Haley Lawn Care

    Haley Lawn Care LawnSite Member
    from NC
    Posts: 119

    I have just purchased a used Truf Tracer. The serial # is 265250u
    I am guessing it is a 2000 or 2001. Can you tell me when it was built please? Thanks for your help. Also I was very pleased with the help I had at the dealer when I purchased my eXmark.
    David Haley;)
     
  6. chariot

    chariot LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 319

    I just had a thought, it may be impossible though. It would be neat if you could put a search on your web page to look up when our machines were made. A serial # search. I don't need it now but could see where it would be helpful when purchasing used or demo equipment. Thanks
     
  7. eXmark

    eXmark Manufacturer / Sponsor
    Posts: 4,258

    Haley Lawn Care,

    Here is what I have for you, it is a 2001. The built date is 11/11/2000, it was shipped on 12/1/2000 and first bought 12/21/2000.

    Thanks, Fred.
     

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