- Farming like you've never seen it before.
T3RRA Cutta
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JD70 178824 112 Farmall " M " either
Farmall " M "
The old reliable " Farmall M ". I think it is a 1950. I am
heading back to the hayfield to pick up another wagon. It is
still used to rake hay also. Can't seem to wear it out.
Re: Farmall
Hitching up a loaded wagon of first cutting alfalfa in
Indiana. It has been a good start to the hay making season.
The first cutting was all gotten up dry this year.
Re: Farmall
M, 45 HP isn't it?
Re: Farmall
It is a gasoline burner. It tested at Nebraska at 36.66
PTO/Belt HP and 33.05 HP at the draw bar. With .125 oversize
sleeves and M&W Pistons it would push 50 HP pretty easy. It
is a joy to drive. It is all original and only on its second
set of tires.
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