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The rest of the MHF story....

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Tony in Mass.

11-11-2012 15:10:31




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You guys were picking on me so much all last week, so today it will make you all drool on the keyboard....
I felt so bad that you guys thought I had already bought this 202, I just couldn't live with myself any longer. So I did finally buy it and drug it home. Now I sleep at night.
So now Inno's has a twin, and Sam has another snapshot for his hood emblem collection...
and 2 (7) tractors can analize the adaptor on the rear rims....
the last one is my ....'green and yellow' green giant cousin... trying to fit in a real working tractor for once.... let us all pray for his quick conversion to the truth in machinery...

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Inno

11-12-2012 07:12:08




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 Re: The rest of the MHF story.... in reply to Tony in Mass., 11-11-2012 15:10:31  
So it was/is a 102 loader with a single dump cylinder? I now see the mounts for dual cylinders. That is one mean lookin' dump cylinder, very heavy doody. Might be good for pulling stumps out of the ground!



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Tony in Mass.

11-11-2012 21:13:59




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 Re: The rest of the MHF story.... in reply to Tony in Mass., 11-11-2012 15:10:31  
Zack, the arms and bucket were built for 2 smaller cylinders, someone cobbled this up- badly too. Dan, I have got to take one of those wheels appart, or atleast measure it up carefully- and figure out why they did that... seller said the tires and rims were off a combine, so didn't fit the centers... I dunno... I bet the rims were a factory second.
Inno.... I feel equal atlast! When I saw this rubber...AND power steering.... for lees than scrap price..... it had to come home, even if it becomes a brain donor...

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Dan S (NY)

11-11-2012 18:39:52




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 Re: The rest of the MHF story.... in reply to Tony in Mass., 11-11-2012 15:10:31  
Well, that"s an interesting way to use a clamp style center with a loop style rim.

Dan



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Inno

11-11-2012 18:38:39




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 Re: The rest of the MHF story.... in reply to Tony in Mass., 11-11-2012 15:10:31  
I KNEW IT! You couldn't stand that I had a two yeller MF tractors and you didn't!
It's not quite my tractor's twin but very close. It looks more like my TO-35 than my 202 although the 35 doesn't have the heavy front end or power steering. Looks like it's got about as much grease and grime on it as my 35 did and my 202 does and always will. Looks like quite the heavy duty dump cylinder on it.
Is she a runner? My guess is yes 'cause of the newer looking starter and the fresh look of all the grime on the engine.
This post was edited by Inno at 18:41:43 11/11/12 2 times.

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Zachary Hoyt

11-11-2012 18:23:48




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 Re: The rest of the MHF story.... in reply to Tony in Mass., 11-11-2012 15:10:31  
I have a loader like that on my 35 except that yours has been converted to a single tilt cylinder instead of two.
Zach



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2tractors

11-11-2012 16:46:45




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 Re: The rest of the MHF story.... in reply to Tony in Mass., 11-11-2012 15:10:31  
Yo cous has got on his "Sundi go ta meetin cloths, and the rears-- must be something adding weight to help push the 23c around or off or dig a hole for and now I only have 4 whole tractors and a half a hoe and a half a 8n or maybe its a 9n.



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Tony in Mass.

11-11-2012 21:03:55




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 Re: The rest of the MHF story.... in reply to 2tractors, 11-11-2012 16:46:45  
I just noticed that! Usually he wears treebark camo.... this is his spiffiest shirt! He only got 2..... helping me bring home this tractor must have ment alot to him...not....



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s19438

11-11-2012 15:58:43




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 Re: The rest of the MHF story.... in reply to Tony in Mass., 11-11-2012 15:10:31  
that pwr steering pump's brother is on my TO-35.



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