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Bill in Eastern WA

07-20-2014 10:26:03

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I went to an auction for a former Massey Ferguson Dealership and came home with a bunch of small parts. Most of the parts look new and have the part number and tag still attached. If anyone sees anything of interest let me know. Otherwise it is getting boxed up and sent another consignment auction. There are four new in the box axles for a TO30. The crankshaft has already been machined. I will post this in the parts area as well. Just wanted to make sure everyone sees it.


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07-20-2014 18:55:01

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 Re: New Old Parts in reply to Bill in Eastern WA, 07-20-2014 10:26:03  
What crankshaft is that?
email is open

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Brent, IN

07-20-2014 15:23:33

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 Re: New Old Parts in reply to Bill in Eastern WA, 07-20-2014 10:26:03  
What is the part number on the plow shares?

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Bill in Eastern WA

07-20-2014 18:53:54

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 Re: New Old Parts in reply to Brent, IN, 07-20-2014 15:23:33  

They show two different numbers. One set looks stenciled on from the factory and this is crossed out with a hand written number. The hand written number says 816518M91. The stenciled number says 816190M91 but has a line through it. Please see the picture.

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