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MM super R

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DIM

09-03-2019 14:58:51




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Just helped my nephew finish his thoroughly modern Minnie. We put in new rings, new valves and seats. Had MotecEngr.com rebuild the carburetor and governor. Changed to 12 volt alternator with idiot light. Put in all new MM gauges with internal lighting. Added an hour meter. Changed to spin on oil filter. The tractor has all the correct decals for a 1949.
To look at it you would not know it is super. Why is it a super? It has a 1949 ZA engine.

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MMDEL

09-04-2019 07:15:56




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 Re: MM super R in reply to DIM, 09-03-2019 14:58:51  
I put a ZA engine in an RTI that really made a tractor out of it.

MMDEL



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Curt Cooke

09-04-2019 05:47:47




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 Re: MM super R in reply to DIM, 09-03-2019 14:58:51  
I did that Z engine in an R once. I had trouble with the R clutch holding against the power of the Z engine, particularly with a brush hog. I probably should have done something different with the clutch.



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MMDan

09-04-2019 05:06:18




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 Re: MM super R in reply to DIM, 09-03-2019 14:58:51  
My uncle made 2 of those back in the 60's (he called them RZ's). He used them to cultivate with using front mount MM cultivators.



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