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Re: red nose U puller

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08-24-2013 14:07:16

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Im by no means a Moline expert but I do know this tractor didn't come to far from Hopkins Minn. Did I find a fairly rare tractor and made a puller out of it??? If so somebody please speak up because im about to put an lp tank on it off of a later split block utu. I still have the original engine. Its stuck, missing the governor and the manifold isn't good but at this point it isn't to late to turn back and restore it back to original. Also, this tractor didn't have a pto and has the original MM cover. No belt pulley, and the oil pan is cast in front of the screen for some sort of a wide front axil but isn't machined. It had cast iron center front wheels with removable rims. the rear main case has some barbs cast on it in front of the brakes that my later u doesn't have. The v pulleys are narrower than the later u,it goes like hell in high gear and has a different shift pattern than my late U. Did I accidently find something good???? Do tell1!

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08-26-2013 15:05:24

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 Re: red nose U puller in reply to M.Genrich, 08-24-2013 14:07:16  

Here is a picture of mine

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08-27-2013 16:34:19

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 Re: red nose U puller in reply to Captainhookerus, 08-26-2013 15:05:24  
That's a good looking pair of tractors. I like the looks of the fenders on the red nose. Please tell me that it has a 38 tag. Thanks, Mike

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