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.
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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