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Size of M M??

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07-25-2012 13:00:19

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not familar with Minnies. What size of a MM is close to the Farmall M or 400 Row Crop?

Anyone know of the military style MMs? like a ZTRI or RTI? i could be wrong on the letters.

I really like the looks of the MM's.

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07-25-2012 19:28:34

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 Re: Size of M M?? in reply to luv2wrench, 07-25-2012 13:00:19  
a M Farmall is between a U & ZA in power. a Super M & U or UB are more similar. we pulled 2-16's & 3-14's with a '51 Super-M & a '51 ZAS, they pulled quite comparably.

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07-26-2012 08:53:56

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 Re: Size of M M?? in reply to maj-mm, 07-25-2012 19:28:34  
That would explain it.

Back when I was just getting into tractors, An old man in the community (He's gone now) told my Daddy that one time the M farmall they were pulling the sawmill with broke down and he said granddaddy's ZB could do about as good a job on the belt for the few days they borrowed it.

At the time, the ZB was almost new and the M could have been over 10 years old. So it may have depended on which M Farmall

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brian koeman

07-25-2012 19:03:31

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 Re: Size of M M?? in reply to luv2wrench, 07-25-2012 13:00:19  
the UB would be a better fit

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Curt Cooke

07-25-2012 13:23:26

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 Re: Size of M M?? in reply to luv2wrench, 07-25-2012 13:00:19  
A "U" would be comparable.

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