Re: MV/SMV CANE FIELD ?
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The V means it is a high clearance tractor. I'm not sure how common they are but I've never seen one in person.
They had different axel housings in the rear with gears on the outer ends similar to the F20's
The front ends were wide as far as I know with taller tires and longer legs going down.
Again I'm not really sure of most of what I've said, there are alot of "experts" out there maybe they can fill in the holes and correct any errors I may have made
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