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Farmall Rear Axle and Trans

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Rifman

02-21-2021 15:18:19




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Hello,
I am interested in building a trucktor for fun, but I would also like it to be useful. I would like to use a GMC C60 for the front, and a Farmall rear and tranny of some type for the rear. I have seen people use Farmall M rear ends, but they seem mostly to be show trucktors as I am sure an M axle would not take the horsepower and torque of a big V8 427. I would like the tractor to have a standard 3 point and PTO as well for use with augers etc. Ideas? Thanks in advance.

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Rifman

02-21-2021 19:39:37




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 Re: Farmall Rear Axle and Trans in reply to Rifman, 02-21-2021 15:18:19  
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Central Minnesota



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Janicholson

02-21-2021 20:57:39




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 Re: Farmall Rear Axle and Trans in reply to Rifman, 02-21-2021 19:39:37  
What town. I always have students in need of objectives. Jim



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BarnyardEngineering

02-21-2021 18:20:05




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 Re: Farmall Rear Axle and Trans in reply to Rifman, 02-21-2021 15:18:19  
Except the Massey 55 is rare compared to an M. Lots of Ms sitting in fencerows and salvage yards. Hardly ever see a Massey of any sort in any condition, let alone a 55.



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Dieseltech

02-21-2021 18:12:25




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 Re: Farmall Rear Axle and Trans in reply to Rifman, 02-21-2021 15:18:19  
Where are you located? I have a Farmall 656 chassis that could work, has three point and PTO.



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DeltaSteve

02-21-2021 16:14:05




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 Re: Farmall Rear Axle and Trans in reply to Rifman, 02-21-2021 15:18:19  
An M will be plenty strong for a 'trucktor'.Just let the rear wheels have a bit of slippage. Tiein' em hard to the ground is what tears em up.



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rustred

02-21-2021 15:49:26




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 Re: Farmall Rear Axle and Trans in reply to Rifman, 02-21-2021 15:18:19  
im sure axles will handle it just fine, the wheel will spin. its what's between engine and diff.



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Janicholson

02-21-2021 15:44:35




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 Re: Farmall Rear Axle and Trans in reply to Rifman, 02-21-2021 15:18:19  
Massy Harris 55 rear ends are radically strong. A Farmall M is maxed out at 60 HP at farming speeds but just fine at the pressures and torques found at insane speeds. Jim



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