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01-27-2021 17:17:06

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So what size engine did a 602 Diesel have the 283,so about 55 hp?? Did they problems with the PTO not stopping??

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01-28-2021 05:25:26

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 Re: 602 MM in reply to FastFarmall, 01-27-2021 17:17:06  
5 Star, M5,M602 M670 all same hp. Rated at 62. M670 Super had higher hp from same 336 motor.

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01-27-2021 18:18:55

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 Re: 602 MM in reply to FastFarmall, 01-27-2021 17:17:06  
M-602 was only built for 2 years and was in most ways just a re-skinned M-5 It did have the 336 engine but was not tested at Nebraska. The M-5 diesel had just over 58 hp and it also had the 336 in it. The M-670 diesel had 70 hp so I would guess the M-602 would be in the 60+ hp range. If you have ever been around MM tractors of that era you would know that the PTO brake is a joke and very seldom works. Plus it is a royal pain to adjust as you have remove the hydraulic system/3-point to get access to the PTO clutch and brake. I have 2 U-302's that have the same system and the brake "sort of" works on one and the other does not work. They shut off when not engaged but don't ever stop turning unless they are attached to an implement.

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01-27-2021 17:37:03

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 Re: 602 MM in reply to FastFarmall, 01-27-2021 17:17:06  
336. Could be 70 plus

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01-28-2021 16:02:14

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 Re: 602 MM in reply to mmfan55, 01-27-2021 17:37:03  
OK ,thanks guys

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