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Powerful M

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RedMan

02-05-2001 13:11:11




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I would like to put a 500 c.i.v-8 in farmall M any comment?????????




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jmyt

02-06-2001 06:27:33




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 Re: powerful M in reply to RedMan, 02-05-2001 13:11:11  
Why not a 345 V-8 out of a IH scout?



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Traktrmn

02-06-2001 03:54:39




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 Re: powerful M in reply to RedMan, 02-05-2001 13:11:11  
Why???????



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the tractor vet

02-06-2001 07:55:56




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 Re: Re: powerful M in reply to Traktrmn, 02-06-2001 03:54:39  
That is a good question? They want to pull in the antique V8 modified classes ,to me it is a waste of a good old tractor,in my opinion it is just a way for someone to make big buck at the expence of others,and with no reguard to safty, no steel flywheels no side sheilds and so on.



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the tractor vet

02-05-2001 19:19:25




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 Re: powerful M in reply to RedMan, 02-05-2001 13:11:11  
There are a lot of guy around here that are doing it.THe man that is installing them charges over 2000 bucks per tractor you supply the engine.



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Chuck

02-05-2001 16:04:57




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 Re: powerful M in reply to RedMan, 02-05-2001 13:11:11  
I put a 454 in a Toyota Landcruiser once. Backed it out of the shop and romped on it.Left 4 little black marks bout 6" long. Twisted both half shafts and shattered a u-joint. Total forward motion bout 3'.Haven't been real excited about puttin way more hp/torque in things since then.

Good Luck,
CB



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john d

02-05-2001 14:20:13




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 Re: powerful M in reply to RedMan, 02-05-2001 13:11:11  
It'll probably make it too fast to plant corn.....



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Alvin

02-05-2001 18:56:44




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 Re: Re: powerful M in reply to john d, 02-05-2001 14:20:13  
or cultivate if some kernels ever hit the ground.



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Alvin

02-05-2001 18:53:38




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 Re: Re: powerful M in reply to john d, 02-05-2001 14:20:13  
or cultivate what kernels you did get planted!!.



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Alvin

02-05-2001 18:51:55




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 Re: Re: powerful M in reply to john d, 02-05-2001 14:20:13  
or cultivate what kernels you did get planted!!.



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Alvin

02-05-2001 18:49:53




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 Re: Re: powerful M in reply to john d, 02-05-2001 14:20:13  
or cultivate what kernels you did get planted!!.



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Alvin

02-05-2001 18:48:03




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 Re: Re: powerful M in reply to john d, 02-05-2001 14:20:13  
or cultivate what kernels you did get planted!!.



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Alvin

02-05-2001 18:46:01




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 Re: Re: powerful M in reply to john d, 02-05-2001 14:20:13  
or cultivate what kernels you did get planted!!.



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Alvin

02-05-2001 18:45:07




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 Re: Re: powerful M in reply to john d, 02-05-2001 14:20:13  
or cultivate what kernels you did get planted!!.



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Alvin

02-05-2001 18:43:05




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 Re: Re: powerful M in reply to john d, 02-05-2001 14:20:13  
or cultivate what kernels you did get planted!!.



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Alvin

02-05-2001 18:41:54




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 Re: Re: powerful M in reply to john d, 02-05-2001 14:20:13  
or cultivate.



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Dang thing Must be on semi-automatic Alvin

02-05-2001 19:47:41




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 Re: Re: Re: powerful M in reply to Alvin, 02-05-2001 18:41:54  
or full auto-matic



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DickDavis

02-06-2001 04:37:35




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: powerful M in reply to Dang thing Must be on semi-automatic Alvin, 02-05-2001 19:47:41  
Alvin, Y'all better stay away from the auction page! You could pay a fortune.



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Dang thing Must be on semi-automatic Alvin

02-05-2001 19:45:39




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 Re: Re: Re: powerful M in reply to Alvin, 02-05-2001 18:41:54  
or full auto-matic



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You Better Check Yours Also

02-05-2001 22:48:34




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: powerful M in reply to Dang thing Must be on semi-automatic Alvin, 02-05-2001 19:45:39  
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Wardner

02-05-2001 13:57:59




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 Re: powerful M in reply to RedMan, 02-05-2001 13:11:11  
Too bad it is not a MD. I have a twelve cylinder 475 hp 854 cubic in Detroit Diesel that is like new and is for sale.



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The Red

02-05-2001 13:21:45




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 Re: powerful M in reply to RedMan, 02-05-2001 13:11:11  
Be ready to unload a bunch of bucks. That kind of custom work can get very very expensive.



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