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MH44 Cracked Frame

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09-01-2012 19:19:42

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The frame is cracked on my MH44, both sides. Can this be welded/repaired economically, or should I part out and scrap the tractor? Any ideas are appreciated.

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09-02-2012 06:47:56

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 Re: MH44 Cracked Frame in reply to Sapper55, 09-01-2012 19:19:42  
There are lots of 33/44 series tractors in the boneyards. The front frames are all the same with the exception of the 44 standard which was shorter. Unless you know a good cast welder replacing the frame might be your only solution.

Dad welded the frame on Grandpa's 44 Special about 40 years ago and it held together fine, but he was also an expert welder.

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David G

09-02-2012 15:28:41

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 Re: MH44 Cracked Frame in reply to JJL, 09-02-2012 06:47:56  
Mine is cracked in the middle behind the steering gear. It has been that way for 40 years.

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09-02-2012 15:39:14

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 Re: MH44 Cracked Frame in reply to David G, 09-02-2012 15:28:41  
David. Is the frame on a 30 the same as on a 44??? Only reason I ask is that I have most of a 30 other then a #2 piston that blew up

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Mike in Mn.

09-03-2012 07:17:29

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 Re: MH44 Cracked Frame in reply to old, 09-02-2012 15:39:14  
It's the same shape, but shorter.

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David G

09-02-2012 16:08:51

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 Re: MH44 Cracked Frame in reply to old, 09-02-2012 15:39:14  
Don't know, others will pipe up.

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