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|Eric Beeson||I have a Farmall Super M and am wondering if anybody can help me with selling it?
|Dennis Drone||I have several ideas as I have recently purchased a Super M. Feel free to call or email me for details. 865 804 5153. I'm also looking for a front grill for mine. Any one have a suggestion for me?
|George||Recently, I purchased a small farm in Wisconson. In the barn of that farm was a 1952 Farmall Super M tractor that was partially modified to a 12 volt system.
Are hydraulics a part of the engine oil system or is there a seperate hydraulic fluid port to fill it with hydraulic fluid.
If anyone know the answer, please answer.
|Joe B. Hamrick||The farmall super M has an oil port between the engine and transmission, under the gas tank, where you put in the hydralic oil for the power lift, or hydralics. It is usually a few inches tall and has a screw off cap on it. The power lift or hydralics to not work off the engine oil.
|Jim||George, In 1953 Dad purchased new super M. Had
lots of trouble with 6 volts system. finally went to 8 volt battery. solved electrical problems. Suggest you finish conversion to 12 volt.
|Richard Mosier||I have a 50's model Super M. It runs great but even after having it rewired and the generator refurbished the anmeter shows a continuos discharge while the tractor is running and the battery frequently needs recharging. I have the notion that the answer is right before my eyes but what is it?
|tractor Doctor||I know this sounds simple and i am not implying anything but are you using the positive terminal for power or ground. The tractor should be positive ground. if the battery is in backwards the generator will drain instead of charge. Good Luck