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01-11-2013 10:57:45

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I guess that's why my head starts to spin when you talk about swapping around fronts and backs of kinda sorta similar tractors.

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Tony in Mass.

01-11-2013 14:29:41

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 Re: Ring gear question- in reply to Inno, 01-11-2013 10:57:45  
You hit the nail on the head Inno... 'kinda sorta suppostabe the same but they're all different'... that's what's got me sitting on a milk crate drinking a Carling Black Label...
The diesel has a live hydro/live pto back half sitting there under-utilized? And the 202's back has nothing in there but the drive shaft and diff's, which would be just the ticket for a rolling mosquito killer/secret smoke screen device.... Dan wants me to canibalize an MF 50... that one set's itself on fire alot... but that's a story for another day.....
umph. now I need another Mabel...

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01-11-2013 15:36:19

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 Re: Ring gear question- in reply to Tony in Mass., 01-11-2013 14:29:41  
Don't let the 23 whoop u. I'd contract it out and enjoy the milk crate then take credit while slurping down those discusting taste ing BL's

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Tony in Mass.

01-11-2013 18:49:18

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 Re: Ring gear question- in reply to 2tractors, 01-11-2013 15:36:19  
Ya no 2, if though a local shop could handle it well at a decent price, I would sent it out. The chances I would get it back in the same smokey condition is 50/50 or better, at??? Hey the shop near me wanted 700 to 'look at' the CAV pump, I paid 600 for the whole bloody tractor!
I'm sure it will warm your little heart when I tell you the snow drift is melting enough where I can get to the diesel- atleast the front of it, and change out the timing chain. Another 12 bolts I could roll the engine away huh?... that's why I posted the thread, see what the chances were... I think I need a road trip to you and Jason's place... with the reese hitch rack? or the twin axle trailer????

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