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Minneapolis Moline Tractors Discussion Forum
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M5 rear light

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molinegb

12-30-2017 14:58:39




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Working on wiring on M5. Our original only had one light with the switch. Book shows special lights that mount on front of fenders. Book also shows another switch and fuse. Just wondering what lights looked like and what mount was used. Also what the switch looked like and location in dash panel. I might add them as they are shown in sales lit.




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Alan K

12-31-2017 18:55:27




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 Re: M5 rear light in reply to molinegb, 12-30-2017 14:58:39  
I think the extra lights were just an extra package for extra light. I have some literature or there is a picture in the manual that has a guy out disking that has the fender lights. I believe they were the same style as what is up front or like the M602s had.



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molinegb

12-31-2017 07:44:50




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 Re: M5 rear light in reply to molinegb, 12-30-2017 14:58:39  
Finding a few difference in M5 diesel.. It is a real early one made in 1959. 'Serial is 193.
It has Bosch rotary fuel setup. Decals are red not black like Motec era M5's. Headlight buckets are different. Chassis is Prairie Gold under Dyna brown. Think it began it's days as a 5 Star diesel standard which is same tractor except tin,steering and grill. Had one several years ago wish I would have kept.

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t.r.k.

12-30-2017 19:37:26




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 Re: M5 rear light in reply to molinegb, 12-30-2017 14:58:39  
I am thinking that some M5s had round fenders and some of the last ones could have flat top fenders like the 602. The flat top fenders could have one or two lights in each one. So maybe your diagram is trying to show all the possibilities, not exactly what is on your tractor.



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molinegb

12-31-2017 07:12:23




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 Re: M5 rear light in reply to t.r.k., 12-30-2017 19:37:26  
M5 , M602 , 5 Star standard all used same fenders. Flat top not used until M670. Thinking since headlights are in grill,fender mounted ones may have been for a loader.



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carvel minne farmer

12-30-2017 18:37:48




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 Re: M5 rear light in reply to molinegb, 12-30-2017 14:58:39  
found a couple on stiener with the switch on top of the light as shown in my manual.



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carvel minne farmer

12-30-2017 17:37:52




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 Re: M5 rear light in reply to molinegb, 12-30-2017 14:58:39  
looked in my manual this afternoon gb. both mine came with the original steel light facing rear on the left fender, and just the 2 above the rad, manual shows optional black metal light on front fenders with a switch on the light itself. are they still available? will do some searching.



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