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John Deere 60 vs. Super M

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Matt Graham

02-19-2001 09:16:02

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I currently have a John Deere 60 and am looking into selling it in order to purchase a Super M. I know very little about these two tractors in comparison and would like any constructive comments I can get. I need to have a tractor that works well to mow with as well as to do other misc. functions around the acreage.


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02-19-2001 12:26:57

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 Re: John Deere 60 vs. Super M in reply to Matt Graham, 02-19-2001 09:16:02  
Matt: These tractors are both from the early 1950s, the Super M had around 48 hp. max and the 60 about 42 hp. But the 60 should have an independent pto and the SM won't unless it is the more expensive Super MTA from 1954. Both are still useful and collectible. Both are a bit old fashioned, each has its own personality. I guess I would prefer the 60 over Super M for pto work in the field, but 45 years ago I would have preferred the Super M if I needed mostly tillage power. Both helped a lot farmers pay for the farm. Mike-Iowa

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jeremy henry

09-10-2001 20:03:04

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 Re: Re: John Deere 60 vs. Super M in reply to 2fordsmike, 02-19-2001 12:26:57  
i own a super m ta and i love it go for a farmall

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sammy the RED

02-19-2001 10:01:57

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 Re: John Deere 60 vs. Super M in reply to Matt Graham, 02-19-2001 09:16:02  
Try posting this on the tractor boards. You may get alot more responses.

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02-19-2001 09:21:00

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 Re: John Deere 60 vs. Super M in reply to Matt Graham, 02-19-2001 09:16:02  
I'm not familiar with the JD but the super M is about 40-45 horsepower. I think you have to have a TA to get live pto but I'm not positive. You can get them with live hydraulics. I think the JD may be a bit lower horsepower but I'm not positive about that either.

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