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Re: Farmall M 3 Point to Drawbar

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12-11-2013 17:48:36

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A drawbar The bent long steel going under the trans to a pivot, should come from an M, SM, SMTA, or from a 400 or 450 with no fast hitch. The Bend inthe bar, and pin hole size are different than those on an H/SH. The "U" shaped part is heavier in thickness than the nearly identical "U" on an H series (including SH). The Roller was optional and (I think) desirable. Many salvage yards have them. Jim

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12-11-2013 20:03:57

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 Re: Farmall M 3 Point to Drawbar in reply to Janicholson, 12-11-2013 17:48:36  
Jim, I might be wrong, but I believe the swinging drawbars on M's were not as thick as the ones on the Supers and number models and they used a strap over the loop drawbar. The roller type swinging drawbar was standard on the Supers and later number models, not an option. A lot of guys put the rollers on their M's when they became available. True, the H had a lighter loop and swinging drawbar with a strap, but I'm not sure what the Super H's and number models had except that as I remember they had the roller retainer too. I worked some at a dealership when the Supers and then number models came out...but that was a while back and I admit my memory isn't what it used to be.

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