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Hello, I recently picked up a 2002 (I think by checking the PIN on various sites #W006X4X067488 so correct me if wrong please). It is in good mechanical shape and been serviced regularly. I will be changing some cosmetic items and was wondering if the Military beds for these beasts are the same for the civilian models? If not, has anyone modified a Military one to fit? I can weld and fabricate stuff but checking if it has been done and what may be involved (if it's worth it). Many thanks in advance!
 

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is this a trailer?

m100..?

416..?
 

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From partscatalog.deere.com:
2002 Model (SN W006X4X061686-068242)
Yours is W006X4X067488 and falls between the above serial number range, so yes yours is a 2002 gas worksite model.

I cannot however verify if a military bed will fit. Military 6X4's were made from 1999 until 2019 and there may... or may not!... be dimensional differences. I'd think you'd have to find several military version beds and do some measuring.

Clyde, Search for just 6X4 and then choose Worksite Model, PC2387. Bob
 
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Sorry, I had no clue what OP was asking about until I spotted his other post on the newbie intro page about it being a Gator. I was trying to figure out what he was asking about and I thought it may have been a model number of something. It was too short to be a VIN. Google said nothing found.
 

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OP posted "W006X4X067488". This is typically called the PIN, Product Identification Number, is identified as such on PIN plate, and contain several bits of information. The "Introduction", listed on the bottom of the parts catalog, has a breakdown (kind of) explaining the breakdown of this number. W0 is where product was manufactured/assembled., 06X4 is the machine model number, X is "configuration code"... which means NOTHING to me... and the last digits are the serial number of the machine. Bob
 
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