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DeltaSteve

02-22-2021 18:43:00




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About 10 years ago I put a Swartz wide front on my SuperM. It replaced the worn out 'old style' IH wide front.Fast forward....I have a 400 with a 'new style' IH wide front that is in better shape. The 400 is just a spraying/side dressing tractor that gets limited use. The good Super M gets used year around. So,I'm swapping fronts. The Swartz to the 400,the IH to the SuperM.The IH has the cast three bolt type hub so it looks right on an M/SM.It also has nearly new 6.50x16 tires.Started late this afternoon.

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D Slater

02-23-2021 02:11:53




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 Re: Front end swap in reply to DeltaSteve, 02-22-2021 18:43:00  
Will need to drill frame rails on a SM for rear support unless already done.



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DeltaSteve

02-23-2021 06:39:50




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 Re: Front end swap in reply to D Slater, 02-23-2021 02:11:53  
Got it covered.



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Russelaz

02-22-2021 19:53:28




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 Re: Front end swap in reply to DeltaSteve, 02-22-2021 18:43:00  
Be safe. Block adequately



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DeltaSteve

02-22-2021 20:09:31




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 Re: Front end swap in reply to Russelaz, 02-22-2021 19:53:28  
Definitely!!!



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