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MM Tractor HP ratings

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05-11-2014 13:56:10

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What were the first MM tractors to hit 60HP and 70HP, and when were they made?

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05-12-2014 21:49:37

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 Re: MM Tractor HP ratings in reply to Farmallb, 05-11-2014 13:56:10  
MM & Twin-City before them had tractors in excess of 60 hp back into the 1910's. The Twin-City was the pioneer of the "Modern" engineered tractor. MM continued the tradition up until the Oliver guys killed MM in favor of Oliver designs.

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05-11-2014 15:11:26

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 Re: MM Tractor HP ratings in reply to Farmallb, 05-11-2014 13:56:10  
I'd say around 1955ish the gb had 64 pto hp, and the g705 had 101 pto hp in 1962 I believe, wanna say they made some twin city tractors that were 60 or 70 hp long before that like a twin city 60-95

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05-11-2014 19:25:25

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 Re: MM Tractor HP ratings in reply to G1355, 05-11-2014 15:11:26  
After I looked the twin city 60-95 had over 90hp, not sure which year I'd say in the 20s

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