Cleaning up the NF that I'm thinking of putting on the 4000. Looks like it's the correct one my tractor. Can these #'s be matched up anywhere to help me make sure before I pull the WF off? Can I use the same hubs off the WF? Some pitting on the one side but don't think it's severe enough to really harm anything just plowing snow and doing a few food plots.
Re: NF Numbers in reply to Texas!, 08-09-2014 18:40:29
i'm pretty sure you are correct on the hubs.. my 950 frankenstein NF has 1 front hub off a newer series machine with a grease zerk and raised nubs to guard it, and it fits fine on the old 55 spindle, same bearings and all. have no idea what the hub is off of.. but it is ford...
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