Yes and no? The axle itself? Maybe? Measure up all dimensions, but the pivot, housing, basket, whatever you callit... 'will' bolt to the 35's engine... but it is 3 times as big, longer wider, deeper? heavier fersure. The radiator, I suppose no swet, the tin? kinda doubt it. The dumb steering post you won't need is also an obsticle, but if you could use 'just' the square straight axle, you would have a much easier project than changing the whole front clip. But oin a loader tractor... improvise a hood? I will tackle a job like that in the spring, like you, to have the strongest option to handle a loader... and a 50's extra bolt bosses infront of the axle are impressive, we'll see eh?
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