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|Donnie||I am looking for the dash and all gauges, the original tin decals for 1957 MM445. Also does anyone know where to get or have any rollers and springs for the low end of torque? I am also interested in any tractors that anyone might have for sale. Thanks for the help.
|Todd||The low end torque does not work on my 445. I have it all apart and cannot find anything wrong with it. Any suggestions? The springs and rollers you ask about, are they in the overrunning clutch? Do they affect the low end torque?