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12-07-2013 15:43:56

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You will not see an alu-min-e-um diff housing on any model of Ferguson, Tony. See the Poms did not need to stamp HF on the parts as they knew what went where and what tractor it belonged to.....No Dorf competition over here! I am sure some of the upstanding residents of Detroit did not know nor care where the parts ended up so putting some sort of a tag on the individual parts helped identify what went where....Then some redneck found a tractor with no HF stamping and found that Dorf parts would still fit and left Tony with a headache!!! Sam

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12-07-2013 17:59:15

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 Re: HF markings on UK made's in reply to samn40, 12-07-2013 15:43:56  
Now Sam are you implying the [HF] marks were to control inventory?? As if the average Detroit lunch box could contain a nice sandwich on the way in? And hide a fergie arsend on the way home? Well... what I've ever seen of Dextra's and Fordson majors... every bit and piece of either was unique to this galaxy... so Bob wants more pics to compare... but what US fergie is this closest to?? TO20? 30? As a '55, it seems to be inline with the 35-40 improvements... and the two breathers back into the intake system are things that weren't on cars here till the 70's... bloody backarseward yanks....
BTW, on my FENA calander.. this month's ferie has a 9N grill and other dorf parts too? ... must have been trendy.. or contagious???

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Jason S.

12-07-2013 19:26:10

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 Re: HF markings on UK made's in reply to Tony in Mass., 12-07-2013 17:59:15  
That response was meant for your rear Tony, not Bob"s. That didn"t sound right did it? Closest TO tractor to it? A TO-20. From my research, early TEA"s had the same 16 spline axles as the TO-20 but later ones got the 19 spline axles like the TO-30. To me, the TEA was the English equivalent of a TO-30 just with less weight and power.

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