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Tim Malin

05-07-2002 06:25:31

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My 53 Super M has a live hydraulic belly pump, and I am proud of it. Not all Super Ms had that stupid looking hydraulic pump up by the distributer, with the hoses that are simply a pain in the butt (trust me I know two SMTA's.) If you actually know your stuff you would know that the discription in words simply does not say enough. I heard from an antique tractor owner once that "No two Super M's are alike. You know, I am yet to find one like mine. Simply my Super M owner's input.

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Tim Malin

05-08-2002 08:14:37

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 Re: Re: IMPOSTURE SUPERM in reply to Tim Malin, 05-07-2002 06:25:31  
Sorry everybody, especially Will@ont.ca. I did not intend to sound nearly as harsh as some of you think I was, I was just stating what I know and feel, my own opinion. According to serial number, I have a live hydraulic belly pump. Go figure. I know it's hydraulics have been used, and I am yet to confirm that. I will be sure to post what I find once I install the hydraulic hoses. I am sorry for any unintentional offense. I do not mean to be anyone who cuts down or talks negative.

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Yo Tim!

05-07-2002 17:34:07

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 Re: Re: IMPOSTURE SUPERM in reply to Tim Malin, 05-07-2002 06:25:31  
A live belly pump!?Hows that possible,never heard of one or seen on that was live.TNR

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Will@ont.ca SORRY

05-07-2002 15:45:12

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 Re: Re: IMPOSTURE SUPERM in reply to Tim Malin, 05-07-2002 06:25:31  
SORRY'I didn't mean to rattle your cage,I have never heard anybody say "that's a Farmall Super"M" stage 1,or stage 2,,I just sold an "M" and it looked just like the one in the add.As far as the belly pumps go I use them in my H's year round and can work them with the best of them,but I guess you couldn't see what I wrote for the smoke.If I was buying a SM it better have live PTO and a live hyd pump with it's own resorvor.

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05-07-2002 06:51:58

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 Re: Re: IMPOSTURE SUPERM in reply to Tim Malin, 05-07-2002 06:25:31  
We don't need to be catty! These tractors are 47 to 49 years old and many have been modified since leaving the factory. I have seen many that were upgraded and I have seen some that were damaged and repaired with castings from older models. Will@ont now has the benefit of information from the other posts. If you had spent endless hours on an H or M 50 years ago using the old liftall system you might have a little more respect for the stupid live hydraulic pump as your refer to it. There was less than 15 years between production of the Super M and the end of production of the F-30 and WWII accounted for a big part of that period. Lets be thankful that technological advances took place and not be too critical in judging those steps against todays technology. Prior to WWII most farmers were likely still walking behind mules and horses for most of their day.

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