Re: farmall m weight in reply to farmall m 421, 01-16-2013 07:35:59
some differences in the rear end is, on the M, the bull pinion shafts use heavier brg cages, vs the super m using a flat plate. the bull pinions are heavier in the super m, longer n bigger diameter. transmission shafts,, maybe larger diameter in sm. the crankshafts in the older ms werea small journal, vs the sm-450 larger journal crank, but dont know if they weigh the same or not, maybe 3-5lbs heavier? flywheel n clutch can possibly weigh differently between M and SM. Old Ms used a pressed steel gas tank mount vs a cast iron mount. could also be a slight difference in the radiator weight in late super ms. Bolsters, in stage 2 mite have the same upper bolster style as the 400-450 and there a good difference there. yours being a 53, it should have the same as a M. im sure there is alot more changes n weight differences in alot more parts, these are some that comes to mind. hope this helps.
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