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    Default Early Pan Question (jugs)

    1947 into 1949 early pan cylinders were not date coded?

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    Quote Originally Posted by oneuptom View Post
    1947 into 1949 early pan cylinders were not date coded?
    No numbers or identifying marks at all on the '48 and '49 cylinders as far as I can remember, and I just finished up a '48 and a '49 a few months ago.

    Jim

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBinNC View Post
    No numbers or identifying marks at all on the '48 and '49 cylinders as far as I can remember, and I just finished up a '48 and a '49 a few months ago.

    Jim
    Thanks bud!

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    A little help from a friend:

    The front cylinder has 120-48 cast into the base. The "50 front cylinder may have this as well. The rear cylinder has no marks at all.

    Jim

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBinNC View Post
    A little help from a friend:

    The front cylinder has 120-48 cast into the base. The "50 front cylinder may have this as well. The rear cylinder has no marks at all.

    Jim
    Exactly what I was hoping to hear!.. Thanks

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