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Farmall super m pto questions

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jocco

09-11-2019 14:20:45




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Need some information a late super m/md has the round type pto housing. Lever is a hand lever similar to the Torque amp lever. Is this the live pto and how does it work? Much different than the older m with just a rod you pull. Thanks for any replies from farmall people.




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D Slater

09-13-2019 06:55:12




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 Re: Farmall super m pto questions in reply to jocco, 09-11-2019 14:20:45  
Randy I was only meaning to use the PTO part of the picture for comparing. Yes a 400 tractor.



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randy hall

09-12-2019 11:41:20




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 Re: Farmall super m pto questions in reply to jocco, 09-11-2019 14:20:45  
by the picture it looks like a rear end from a 400.



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FastFarmall

09-12-2019 18:34:48




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 Re: Farmall super m pto questions in reply to randy hall, 09-12-2019 11:41:20  
What is the difference, of a 400,and a SMTA, besides the width of the top cover!



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D Slater

09-11-2019 16:32:54




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 Re: Farmall super m pto questions in reply to jocco, 09-11-2019 14:20:45  
Does it look like this one? If so it's a independent PTO. Not counting a manual disconnect under the tractor center housing the input shaft of the PTO is turning anytime the engine is running. Lever is to turn it off and on. Would be a Super MTA serial number 60,001 and higher. Louisville built SM with a higher number not included.

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Jocco

09-11-2019 17:03:14




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 Re: Farmall super m pto questions in reply to D Slater, 09-11-2019 16:32:54  
Yes similar or very close.



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used red mn

09-11-2019 22:19:45




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 Re: Farmall super m pto questions in reply to Jocco, 09-11-2019 17:03:14  
If that tractor is indeed a diesel and it has a PTO similar to the one shown by D Slater with a right hand PTO control lever that tractor would be a Super MTA diesel. It can be a very sought after tractor by collectors.



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FastFarmall

09-11-2019 16:00:20




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 Re: Farmall super m pto questions in reply to jocco, 09-11-2019 14:20:45  
Sounds like to me, it's a Super MTA, which hand is it designed for ?



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