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Re: 44 special wheelbase

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03-17-2013 10:41:19

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Hi, Guess what, the p/n of the frames of early,
late 44 and 44 special are all the same, also
diesel, all the same. Standards were a diff p/n.
Original p/n 9217A and subs to 766117M2. These
are our parts books from our dealership since 1940. Chuck

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03-17-2013 14:54:45

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 Re: 44 special wheelbase in reply to chuck41, 03-17-2013 10:41:19  
So is the longer wheelbase just a wives tail?

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03-19-2013 05:01:19

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 Re: 44 special wheelbase in reply to David G, 03-17-2013 14:54:45  
No, they installed the row crop frame on the late standard tractor, which make the tractor longer.

The standard or short frame, has only room for one bolt where the flywheel housing mount. It is find on 44 standard, and on all 30.

The long frame is for the row crop 44, late 44 standard, 33 and 55. On the 55 the frame has a different machining. On the long one, there are 2 holes under the flywheel housing, I believe one is for the 44-33 and the other for 55.

To illustrate look at the frame shape under the flywheel housing on these 2 pictures:

This post was edited by fdt860 at 05:02:10 03/19/13.

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