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What is it and what should i do?

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kgreg

09-01-2013 14:05:04
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I just bought what i thought was an r standard but i got it home and realized its not. Its got an rtu serial number of 0015001666. It has a hand clutch, but has an industrial front end and steering box. What should i do, find an rti rear end, or a standard front axle or ??. Any input would be great. Engine and tractor are same color, so was this a facrory thing or is it homemade




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tylerj

09-01-2013 19:11:39
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 Re: What is it and what should i do? in reply to kgreg, 09-01-2013 14:05:04  
Just enjoy it the way it is. You could put a tricycle front end on it if you wanted it to match the serial number, but I would l leavethe rti front on if it steers ok. Farmers swapped front ends all the time on R's. I bet the rti front was put on to better handle the loader. I think it looks good.



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kgreg

09-01-2013 14:20:54
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 Re: What is it and what should i do? in reply to kgreg, 09-01-2013 14:05:04  

Hopefully the picture will load. Also the loader is off of it now.



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