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03-05-2014 04:33:32

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I have a 1958 model 651, has anyone every owned one. I have only ever seen other.

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03-05-2014 08:46:30

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 Re: 651 in reply to 9n141, 03-05-2014 04:33:32  
601 series and the 651 is just one of the many models that where in the 601 series. 621, 631, 641, 651,661 and then there is the SOS models 671 and 681.

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03-05-2014 08:19:27

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 Re: 651 in reply to 9n141, 03-05-2014 04:33:32  
The 641 was by far and away the most common model in the 601 series but 651, 661, 671 and 681 do exist.

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03-05-2014 06:03:34

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 Re: 651 in reply to 9n141, 03-05-2014 04:33:32  
*51 models are common.. as are 601 series machines.

MOST of the 00/01 series are common untill you get into the *1-2-3* models.

did you have a specific question?

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03-05-2014 12:22:05

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 Re: 651 in reply to soundguy, 03-05-2014 06:03:34  

I've got a 631 which was originally was a 4 speed, no pto. It's got one now. It was originally a state tractor (made in 62) with a belly mower. I figure they bought a cheaper tractor to get it through budget, and them expensed the p.t.o. out to run the belly mower. Creative accounting.
I told a long time counter guy at an old Ford dealership what I had and he looked at me puzzled and said, I've never seen a 631!!

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Tom Jubilee

03-05-2014 16:33:07

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 Re: 651 in reply to IrvIa, 03-05-2014 12:22:05  
I also have a 631 with a PTO added

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03-05-2014 12:44:20

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 Re: 651 in reply to IrvIa, 03-05-2014 12:22:05  
yep.. 631 less common.

I almost bought a hi crop conversion 631 with ps and pto a while back. good price. kick myself for not doing it

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03-05-2014 05:16:01

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 Re: 651 in reply to 9n141, 03-05-2014 04:33:32  
The series is called the 601 Work Master. There have been a few threads about them on here. Plenty of questions about the right way to paint them. I have an eight page brochure about construction use that features actual color photos. There are plenty of pictures of them in the galleries on this site.

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