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farmall M fenders.

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11-20-2012 14:42:56

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i have these wide feders on my md and they appear as though as an aftermarket deal. so in the meantime i have found an m with these same fenders. the guy figures they were built to order for tractors used on grain farms. i can tell they are not factory option. just wonder if anyone has any more info on them , as this is the only 2 tractors i have seen with them.

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55 50 Ron

11-21-2012 18:03:17

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 Re: farmall M fenders. in reply to rustred, 11-20-2012 14:42:56  
Looks like they came from a W-30, 10-20, 15-30, or 22-36.

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Brian AB

11-21-2012 09:50:50

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 Re: farmall M fenders. in reply to rustred, 11-20-2012 14:42:56  
I have an M with fenders like that sitting in my shed. Picked it up a couple of years ago to restore. I've never seen another like it around here ( central Alberta ). This area has more W-6s than Ms.

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11-20-2012 14:55:57

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 Re: farmall M fenders. in reply to rustred, 11-20-2012 14:42:56  
They were not an option, at least they are not in the parts book. I think the wheatland tractors used different fenders because they typically were lower tractors and the fenders were "supposed" to give more protection from the dust. Since I have never driven a wheatland, I can't comment. But, for that purpose the C/H/M fenders are worthless.

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11-20-2012 14:45:58

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 Re: farmall M fenders. in reply to rustred, 11-20-2012 14:42:56  
also the seats are the same on both of these tractors, just like it was some sort of kit that went with the fenders. have not seen this seat either on other m's.

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