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Need help ID-ing a Super MDTA????

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roy

04-24-2001 15:34:34




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looking at a MDTA were all these tractors a"Super M"?? serial number is D 639169 S I think, decal's say SMDTA also has no power steering is this normal, what year would this make this tractor and its value? Has a factory Wide front, wheel weights. want to make sure it is a Super M not just a plain MD tractor Thanks Roy [new to the red world]




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Well, What is it Roy ?

04-26-2001 22:02:24




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 Re: Need help ID-ing a Super MDTA???? in reply to roy, 04-24-2001 15:34:34  
sammy the RED



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Dick Roberts

04-25-2001 21:42:21




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 Re: Need help ID-ing a Super MDTA???? in reply to roy, 04-24-2001 15:34:34  
Roy the Super MDTA was built only one year 1954. Even if the tractor does not have the TA it still could be a 1954 Super MDTA. The TA, Live hydraulics and live power take off were all options. Power Steering was not an option in 1954. If this tractor is a 1954 TA model it will have the extra length in the Transmission housing and the gas tank will be about 6 to 8 inches foward of the light bar post.

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Norm

04-25-2001 04:37:54




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 Re: Need help ID-ing a Super MDTA???? in reply to roy, 04-24-2001 15:34:34  
If it has a TA then it would be a SMDTA. If no TA it will be either a MD or SMD.



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Norm

04-25-2001 04:37:43




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 Re: Need help ID-ing a Super MDTA???? in reply to roy, 04-24-2001 15:34:34  
If it has a TA then it would be a SMDTA. If no TA it will be either a MD or SMD.



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roy

04-24-2001 17:21:28




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 Re: Need help ID-ing a Super MDTA???? in reply to roy, 04-24-2001 15:34:34  
ok thanks thats a start Roy



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JDM

04-24-2001 15:47:09




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 Re: Need help ID-ing a Super MDTA???? in reply to roy, 04-24-2001 15:34:34  
Im not going to swear to this,but if I looked at my numders right,thats what you have Super MDTA,it would be a 54.Power steering was an option or aftermarket.WIde front makes it worth more.If its running and in decent shape,it would go for around 2000 here in SC.



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