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Re: Elenco Conversions

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10-19-2012 19:50:48

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Hello Phill , Elenco didn't make any M-F Conversions until the mid 60's . I had one 1965 M-F 204 TRACTOR the only one of the bunch I have been able to locate so far . Where are you located ? I would have to see one apart to be able to tell if we can make it a 4x4 at a resonable cost . Thanks Tony

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10-19-2012 20:37:55

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 Re: Elenco Conversions in reply to TONY JACOBS, 10-19-2012 19:50:48  
Since the 4 wheel drive subject was brought up, did Elenco make the 4 wheel drive conversons for the 2000 series MF tractors in the early 80s? I know they were available, since I have seen a 2805 with it. What a monster

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10-20-2012 14:18:05

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 Re: Elenco Conversions in reply to WayneIA, 10-19-2012 20:37:55  
Hello Wayne , By the early 80's most manufacturers were installing their own four wheel drive conversions on the assembly line , Ford was using Italian(Carrado) and German (ZF) axles I believe , M-F could have used similar . Elenco was closed by then and I do not remember Coleman(I think at that time they were only making IH axle conversions) making any M-F axle conversions . Thanks Tony

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10-21-2012 17:21:51

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 Re: Elenco Conversions in reply to TONY JACOBS, 10-20-2012 14:18:05  
Don't mean to intrude, but Tony send me an email at I've got some questions on torque limiter and tire sizes. Thanks.

- Wes

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