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|Bill||I need to know the weight,height(top of steering wheel),width, and length of a '51 Farmall M.
Will a U-Haul car hauler rated at 4000lbs work?
|Rick||According To TractorData.com, the Weight on all M's is 4858 Pounds. The Height (It doesn't say, but I'm sure it is to the Steering wheel), is 78.3 inches. Length is 133 inches, and Width at Rear Wheels is 84 inches, Depending weather there is 10 or 11 inch rims. Stock I'm pretty sure was 10 inch. This is also the minimun Width, I think they can extend to about 100 inches. I hope this helps you out.