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Re: 1954 Ford NAA

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Kurt-NEPA

10-31-2012 18:47:46
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Brought my 660 home on a U-Haul car carrier. Fit right on it. Take some measurements to be sure. Unless the wheels are spaced unusually wide you should be fine. I drove mine right on and strapped it down.

My heavy half ton pickup handled the weight OK. My 660 had loaded 13.6X28 tires and inside wheel weights, so it was really heavy. I wouldn't want to go much heavier on my truck.

BTW, a 660 just very slightly larger and heavier than an NAA. My tractor was well over 3500 lbs, plus the trailer. Easily 6000 lbs total. Don't pull that with an SUV.

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upnorthwi

10-31-2012 19:02:21
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 Re: 1954 Ford NAA in reply to Kurt-NEPA, 10-31-2012 18:47:46  
I believe the NAA is 2800 and the trailer is 2200.

You wouldn't pull it with a 4wd Grand Cherokee?

I don't believe the tires are loaded.



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