There is no serial number list. They can be identified by the Sears product number stamped on the barrel. The numbers on the defective guns are: 583.13, 583.14, 583.15, 583.16, 583.17, 583.18, 583.19, 583.20, 583.21 and 583.22. The shotguns were sold in Sears stores and through its catalog as the "J.C. Higgins Bolt Action 12-Gauge Model 10 Shotgun" during the 1950s.
absolutely except bolts I have been very successful finding bolts on the web eBay has been very fertile most parts can be abtained from Numirch arm west hurley Ny
That's rather difficult. To settle a lawsuit, Sears recalled the bolts (just the bolts!) of almost all 583.xx 12 gauge shotguns by offering $50 for each one returned.
Yo may not be able to- there was a safety recall of about 7 of the different 12 g bolt action shotguns. Sears is trading the bolts for a $50 gift card. Sear for Sears Shotgun Recall.
You can try Numrich gun parts, ( e-gunparts.com )
They should be metric,bolts with numbers on them 8.8,9.8 ect.There could be a few SAE bolts on the engine depending on your engine type.If there are no numbers on them,and have short slashes they are SAE.
The serial numbers can be found in two places. One is on the engine just below the head, the other is on top of the frame rail on the driver's side. It is located under where the cowl bolts on so if you have the body on the frame, you will need to remove it. Also, the stamps will more than likely be filled in with paint, so you may have to take a wire brush or sand blaster to it. Jim Mason's site (see link below) has a good page on Model A serial numbers AKA engine numbers.
The serial number is located on the neck of the frame underneath the front number plate. The numbers should be stamped in on the right (or Throttle) side of the neck. Remove the three bolts that attach the number plate and look between the fork tube and the frame.
Check serial number on the left side of the motor where it bolts to the transom. Mine has a metal tag with model and serial number.
It's a rating of the strength of the bolt.
Engine serial number is on the rear of the engine top left side. Illustration appears to be on the flange that bolts to the transmission.
You can't. There is a safety recall on that model- unsafe to shoot. Sears has been buying back the bolts for years to take them out of circulation.
All of the JC Higgins Model 20 shotguns were Made by High Standard Manufacturing Just about all the parts should fit from one 12 gauge to anouther 12 gauge. KEEP IN MINDE UNLESS YOU ARE QUALIFIED GUN SMITH YOU SHUOLD NOT BE SWAPING BOLTS BARRELS OR ACTION PARTS OF ANY KINDE... How ever changing the butt stock is somewhat simple task and the butt stock from both 12 and 16 gauge will fit. Make sure that both are JC Higgins 583 20 . The JC Higgins Model 20 was produced from 1947 to 1961 It Was made in 12 gauge and 16 gauge it was offered with vent rib power pack choke and latter with polychokes If you have further quetions E mail Me Charlie
Depending on which model and gauge, I have bolts. It will be very difficult to find the 12ga bolts from models 583.1-583.21, since Sears has been recalling them and paying good money for the last 10 years or more.
Made for Sears by High Standard in the early 1950's. Bolt-action 12ga shotgun, also known as the High Standard Model 10. These guns were subject to a recall by Sears where they would pay $160 plus shipping for just the bolt; who knows how many of these shotguns are laying around there missing bolts.... Resale value is very minimal, and revolves mostly around selling the bolt back to Sears. Recent ownership changes at Sears has reduced the recall amount considerably, so retail value of these particular shotguns have suffered. firstname.lastname@example.org
On the head stock.May also be on the chrome plate where neck bolts onto body.
Look where the rear rim bolts to the frame. I have a Columbia twosome and just found it today
* Complete bolts are hard to come by, but I have a good inventory of parts for these bolt-action shotguns. * 583 1101 20 gauge shot gun parts are avalable from Numrich Gunparts West Hurley New York This model was made by High Standard and was first introduced in 1958 High Standard 514 1400 shotgun parts are also interchangable with this model .
Depending on condition, $65-$75. The 12 gauge version was safety recalled, and Sears was buying back the bolts to make the guns inoperative (design flaw, no fix possible) Sears was offering a $50 gift card for the bolts.
There are different numbers of bolts on different oil pans. Depends on what engine you are referring to.
The number is stamped on the back of the engine behind the driver side head on a flat deck were the transmission bolts up to the engine. You can see the "casting number" with an inspection mirror. On some later model engines the last 3 numbers are stamped between the freeze plugs on the side of the engine.
serial number and model should be stamped in the the engine block on carburetor side middle or on housing where engine bolts to the transmission.
On engine casing, passenger's side, on flange that bolts to transmission. Probably covered with engine gunk.
Assuming you mean the engine serial number... It's stamped on the driver's side rear area of the block... right next to where the trans bolts up...
No...The bolt mounting hole are different...the 2.2 bolts will cross the starter in a "T" fashion and the 2.4 bolts will go in a line "with" the starter. They have different part numbers at the store as well....