My F-12 has steel on it. I would think that they would be the same. Sorry but I have the single front wheel on my F-12. Had an F-12 with the dual front steel, basically 2 solid cast wheels with an angle iron bolted around them.
Re: Re: Re: F14 pic in reply to EZHangin, 01-02-2002 06:32:33
I am 15. Started tearing into my 1941 Case SC when I was 11. Finished a year ago. I myself currently own 1941 Case SC-restored, 1940 Farmall M-just purchased, a 1950 Farmall C-partly restored, and a JD JB-A disk harrow. My uncle has a 1940 Farmall M with a Farmhand loader. Runs good. I am getting a JD 45 loader at the end of the month.. Puttin it on the M.. So all togeather we have 4 tractors... and 3 implements.
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John Deere 116W wire tie baler in working condition comes with side hitch and chute TEXT if interested
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