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    Approximate Serial Number Range
    Corresponding to HMMWV
    Manufacture Date
    YOM Serial Number Range

    1985 100 to 8500
    1986 8500 to 23000
    1987 23000 to 43000
    1988 43000 to 56000
    1989 56000 to 73000
    1990 100000 to 110000
    1991 110000 to 124000
    1992 124000 to 138000
    1993 138000 to 159000
    1994 159000 to 162000
    1995 162000 to 169000
    1996 169000 to 175000
    1997 175000 to 180000
    1998 180000 to 183000
    1999 183000 to 194000
    2000 176000 to 192000
    2001 197000 to 199000
    2002 199000 to 204000
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    01-2006......230xxx
    01-2007......244xxx
    09-2007......256xxx
    02-2008......264xxx
    11-2008......312xxx
    11-2009......331xxx
    From data plates I seen awile back.
    M817, M818, M819, M35A2 w/w, M35A2, M109, M105, M116A2, M101A2, Pioneer tool trailer, MEP-002, MEP-017A, 5ton winch shear pins, Oral-B toothbrush

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    How accurate is this? My SN is 153808 and the data plate says 94?
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    Quote Originally Posted by doghead View Post
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    Approximate Serial Number Range
    Corresponding to HMMWV
    Manufacture Date
    YOM Serial Number Range

    1985 100 to 8500
    1986 8500 to 23000
    1987 23000 to 43000
    1988 43000 to 56000
    1989 56000 to 73000
    1990 100000 to 110000
    1991 110000 to 124000
    1992 124000 to 138000
    1993 138000 to 159000
    1994 159000 to 162000
    1995 162000 to 169000
    1996 169000 to 175000
    1997 175000 to 180000
    1998 180000 to 183000
    1999 183000 to 194000
    2000 176000 to 192000
    2001 197000 to 199000
    2002 199000 to 204000
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    I would say fairly accurate. Mine are as follows:

    1986 18xxx
    1990 101xxx
    1995 162xxx
    1986 M966
    1990 M997
    1993 M998
    1995 M1025A2 GMV x3
    1999 M1045A2
    1999 M1123A2
    2011 M1165
    1990 M923A2 x2
    1997 M1078
    2000 M1030 M1
    1984 MHE-270
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    Quote Originally Posted by desmodromic View Post
    I would say fairly accurate. Mine are as follows:

    1986 18xxx
    1990 101xxx
    1995 162xxx
    Yeah but my data plate seems to be directly contradicting itself as the serial number is below 159000 and it also says the year is 1994, but vehicles of 1994 had SN of 159000 and above?
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    Quote Originally Posted by erasedhammer View Post
    Yeah but my data plate seems to be directly contradicting itself as the serial number is below 159000 and it also says the year is 1994, but vehicles of 1994 had SN of 159000 and above?
    Keep in mind that the ranges were said to be approximate. Also, there might be a discrepancy about whether Date of Delivery is the same as Date of Manufacture. The two might be very different. I'd imagine the truck could be manufactured by AM General in late 1993, and it might have either sat in inventory or went somewhere for final modifications before being delivered in 1994.

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    I'm trying to determine what year my truck was built. The Ser# 015839 and the Reg# NG20T7...anybody have a suggestion for me? Im new to the forum so I apologize if I'm the 10 millionth guy to post the question. Thanks
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    Curious, my M998's serial number is 000331. Appears to be a February 1985 build. Anyone have have an earlier serial number?
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    Quote Originally Posted by k9guysarge View Post
    I'm trying to determine what year my truck was built. The Ser# 015839 and the Reg# NG20T7...anybody have a suggestion for me? Im new to the forum so I apologize if I'm the 10 millionth guy to post the question. Thanks
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    If you want to find out exactly when your truck was made you'll need to have someone in law enforcement run the number that's stamped on the A pillar in front of the windshield. It can't be done by the general public.

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