Looking for a widefrond end for Farmall M


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Looking for a widefrond end for Farmall M

Tim Taylor I have an old Faramll model M (vintage 1950) that currently has a trike front end and I would like to convert it to a wide front end. Used in good shape would be nice. Anyone know where I could find such a critter?
Thanks.

Hugh MacKay Tim: Where are you located on the map. Just asking as wide fronts can add a lot of freight.

Also are you looking for an M original front end or the newer SM type with ty-rods behind axle. they changed about 52, but either will bolt up to your M. The newer type stay in alignment much better and will turn a bit shorter.

I say this as I know where there are a few of these. Have no idea if they could be for sale, or what the asking price would be. I haven't looked close, thus they may also be junk, worth more for scrap.

I'm in Strathroy Ontario, if you think the shipping distance is reasonable, I can investigate a bit further. You can still buy a new aftermarket wide front for these, demand is quite good so manufacturers are building them. I expect the folks here at SSB can supply a new aftermarket front end. Have a look at their site.

Tim Taylor Thanks Hugh.

As luck would have it I finally found a used one in very good shape locally from a collector
I'm in the Idaho panhandle and he was in Northeastern Washington state. So I really "lucked out" and didn't have to pay exorbitant shipping charges....just took about a 90 mile trip and picked it up. Now to install the "little devil".



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