Re: Anyone have an M waterpump picture?
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I could start another topic, but it would be related to this one, so I hope you don't mind if I tag mine on to this one Anthony.
I too am looking for some driving studs and springs for my 49M. The M seems to run OK without them. Since getting the M, I've only run it maybe 30 min. at the most at anyone time, and the water temp gauge registered in the normal range.
The previous owner apparantly thought he could get by without them, and so far I have too. Blame it on ignorance in my case. I'm just wondering now if I run it for longer periods of time, the tractor will finally overheat.
I know of a source where I can get some driver studs and springs off an 'H'. How different are they from the 'M'?
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