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how mush dose a m transmission weight

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07-24-2020 03:43:55

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Im going to get a farmall m transmission and have no idea what to expect it to weight. it has axles in it with the top cove any idea?????

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07-26-2020 05:10:23

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 Re: how mush dose a m transmission weight in reply to busboy, 07-24-2020 03:43:55  
Well lets look at this backwords
this is my though we all know the tractor weights 5000 pounds

rear wheels/ hub 800 each 1600
engine 500
raditor 100
front bolster frame /wheels 800
battery starter acc. 300


rear end 1700 ???

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07-25-2020 17:59:16

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 Re: how mush dose a m transmission weight in reply to busboy, 07-24-2020 03:43:55  
I can lift one with a Farmall 300 and laoder , no way 3000lbs

maybe 1000

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07-24-2020 10:36:18

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 Re: how mush dose a m transmission weight in reply to busboy, 07-24-2020 03:43:55  
Don't really know. Old loader I have will lift one with center housing and no cast wheels okay but with cast wheels it doesn't like it. Didn't think it would lift 2000 pounds. Try the pulling forum, some should have a good idea on weight.

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07-24-2020 04:36:05

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 Re: how mush dose a m transmission weight in reply to busboy, 07-24-2020 03:43:55  
A transmission, with gears, top cover,and final drive with bull gears and axels,i would guess 3,000 lbs ! Thats a half of tractor, Your going to need a 3/4 ton PU, for that, preferable a flat bed.

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