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08-04-2013 18:10:12

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That S/N shows to be a 1967 M670 Super. AFAIK all supers had the pump on the engine, I doubt it is closed center hydraulics. My M670 is a pre-Super with the pump on the backend. It may not be very fast with a loader.


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08-04-2013 18:51:00

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 Re: M670 in reply to shinnery, 08-04-2013 18:10:12  
Ok, next question. What is the probability of finding the parts to make it closed center so I can have a good loader tractor. Having no luck finding what I need/ want and not willing to pay the big dollars for the tractors most feel you need for a loader ( fwa,shuttle clutch, synchro shift, etc) at least for the operation I currently have.

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08-05-2013 13:04:33

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 Re: M670 in reply to Klw445, 08-04-2013 18:51:00  
Why would it need to be closed center to be a good loader tractor? They were open center for years, and worked fine, IMHO.

I don't think any Molines in that time period were closed center, so doubt if there are any parts that would make it so.

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08-05-2013 19:57:38

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 Re: M670 in reply to Mike (WA), 08-05-2013 13:04:33  
Partly going by Bryce's comment that it wouldn't be very fast. Used a U302 with a loader for years...only slightly faster than a pitch fork. I was also wanting more than two remotes so I wouldn't have to take the loader off every time I hooked something to the back. (My brother has one like that and it is pretty awesome even though the pump is all but worn out. It handles a loader and a backhoe easily)
Maybe beggars can't be choosers...

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08-05-2013 16:20:17

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 Re: M670 in reply to Mike (WA), 08-05-2013 13:04:33  
I have a Jetstar that was used in construction. It came with a loader and a pump where the belt pulley goes. Still have the pump, but no loader......

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