Posted by MJ in the UK on December 04, 2012 at 09:33:59 from (22.214.171.124):
To MKIRSCH, jus let me fill you in on UKbuilt tractors. After 1945 we were still buying tractors from the USA but in 1949 we ran out of Dollars to pay for them so all inputs stoped. I oen the last Farmall M to come into the UK. IH set up the factory at Doncaster and the first British built M came of the line on 13th sep 1949. It is still in the same family ownership and when I featured IH tractors at the Newark tractor show I had this tractor on show with no 2 at the side of it. The first UK built Ms were the same as the US built ones but the steering track rod was behind the front axle. When they were introduced the other UK built tractors had hydrulics and a 3 point lift so IH offerd a 3 point lift on the M working of the belly pump with liftall rams working the linkage. It was a good lift and would easeyly lift a 3 furrow mounted plough. Mkirsuh when did you get a 3 POINT LIFT as standard on a Farmall in the US. mj
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