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Fordson Tractors Discussion Forum

Lokking for a narrow ft. for a Fordson Major.

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The tractor vet

12-31-2018 10:06:55




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I don't normally come down here so bare with me here , My Accountant called me this morning before i had my coffee wanting me to see if i could locate a narrow Ft. end for a Fordson Major , Mikey collects all colors of all different sizes and i am the one that gets to make his toys all run So if someone know of or has one forsale you can either try and send me and e/Mail at Tractor_ vet@hotmail.com or on the Farmall board as i check in on that the most

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cdmn

01-10-2019 12:41:20




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 Re: Lokking for a narrow ft. for a Fordson Major. in reply to The tractor vet, 12-31-2018 10:06:55  

I've bumped into perhaps 4 of them. Maybe two were one tractor that I saw twice. This photo is of a scavenger/surplus farm machine sale a year ago. I didn't stay to watch. Possibly scrapped, or taken home again. It looks like an early hood. Perhaps the front end was moved to
a different tractor. Or the hood came off a gas tractor. The front end
appears to be the same as my 1956. I had another, which looked more like a welded prototype. The one I still have is for sale. The top poster apparently isn't interested because I got no reply.

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bear creek majors

01-10-2019 13:54:53




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 Re: Lokking for a narrow ft. for a Fordson Major. in reply to cdmn, 01-10-2019 12:41:20  
cdmn, I may be interested
ppeeters@frontiernet.net



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rustyplow

01-09-2019 18:34:23




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 Re: Lokking for a narrow ft. for a Fordson Major. in reply to The tractor vet, 12-31-2018 10:06:55  
I read somewhere there were only 50 of those narrow fronts built. No idea if that is true or not. There was one showed up at the local show here in Mi. Nolans in Lapeer had a county four and two county crawlers and there was the narrow front pedestal laying there on a pallet at the estate sale. This was 8 or 10 years ago.



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MJ in the UK

01-08-2019 07:15:32




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 Re: Lokking for a narrow ft. for a Fordson Major. in reply to The tractor vet, 12-31-2018 10:06:55  
Just a bit of infomation for you Tractor Vet. Roadless Traction who converted Fordson Majors to four wheel drive made the narrow front for the Majors witch were exported to the USA from Dagenham England. No help to you but a few of these tactors have come back to the UK and are in collectors hands. MJ



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Majorman

01-09-2019 09:02:44




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 Re: Lokking for a narrow ft. for a Fordson Major. in reply to MJ in the UK, 01-08-2019 07:15:32  

These are pictures of the Roadless conversion that MJ mentions. They are a bit like rocking horse manure. There was also another kit offered about the same era by Bettinsons that had a single front wheel. That one is like hens teeth to get hold of.



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