Posted by AndyS on September 09, 2012 at 15:25:45 from (220.127.116.11):
On occasion I have seen various comments about differences between the MF-35 model built in Detroit and the same model manufactured in Coventry England. Is there a list of the significant differences in the model based on where it was produced? Today I was doing brakes on a UK tractor and had ordered 830480M92. These are available from a number of sources, but only one states for US tractors only. Well they were right -the spring holes and shoe hold down pin holes were in wrong spot, plus the slot for the adjuster was 1/2" too long. I had to drill my own holes and grind down adjuster slot to make the shoes work. I would have liked to skip the extra fab work.
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