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01-21-2013 08:19:36

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I have an 85 and I've seen a few 88's. The 88 was the western or standard version of the 85. The 88 had cast wheels, fixed front axle, wheatland fenders and no 3 point hitch. The 85 had steel rims, adjustable front axle, row crop fenders and 3 point.

Do you have a picture of your 85? Also does the serial number tag say 85 or 88?

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01-21-2013 23:11:50

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 Re: MF88 in reply to JJL, 01-21-2013 08:19:36  
JJL what your saying makes more sense to me. That the 88 is a standard/wheatland/western version of the 85.

I read something that said the 88 was a diesel version of the 85 but I knew that wasn't true. Being in Mich I can see why I have never seen a 88.

My 85 has spin out rear wheels, adjustable front axle, 3pt, 18.4x30 rears, clam shell fenders, and a pto.

I have seen pics of 85's with an aluminum strip under the hood (mine has it) and pics with out the strip.

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01-22-2013 02:06:15

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 Re: MF88 in reply to onefarmer, 01-21-2013 23:11:50  
Diesels had the chrome strip, gas models did not.

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01-22-2013 07:07:05

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 Re: MF88 in reply to Dieselmatic, 01-22-2013 02:06:15  
oooohhhhhh yea! That makes sense.

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