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Re: Northrop 4wd

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10-14-2012 08:05:37

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NO - its definately a Northrop - see how it sits high compared to the wheel height.

This is a County 1004 from the same era, they are a lot lower.

This is the Muir Hill 101 which was designed by David Brown who moved from Northrop to Muir Hill and took the basic design with him.

The raised height is due to the front axle being a Ford 5000 rear axle turned around 180 degrees. Note the high driving position too.

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10-14-2012 18:35:27

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 Re: Northrop 4wd in reply to KFD68, 10-14-2012 08:05:37  
Hello KFD68 , Unless you have a picture of that tractor and it says Northrop on it it looks like a County 964 . Northrops were built from 1964-1967 and only about 100 were built and were designated as 5004's , the grille and hood were like the County 1004 you have pictured because Ford used it between 1965-1968 the grille and hood on the 964 you have pictured is from 1969-1975 when no Northrops were built . Northrops also had Planetary Hubs in the front axle and about 12 lugnuts per wheel which your picture does not have either . Finally Northrops sat even higher than the Muir-Hills did and if you can find a picture of Duke Potters restored 1964 Northrop 5004 it is not a Northrop . Thanks Tony

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