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I was recently given a tractor that i believed was a TO20. I ordered brake shoes and axle seals for it but they were wrong. The shoes were way too small for the drums and the seals are too small for the axle shafts.
I found a serial # on the steering column that i think is "8795P". Is there any specific things i should look for to tell if this is a TO30 or what?
I've seen some pictures but none close enough to tell exactly what i have.
Thanks for the help
|Geoff Gane||Hmm,you seem to have a bit of a problem mate...ok yhen what I would do now is to somehow or other get an old axle seal out of the housing...there should be an MF part no on it..ending in M1 or M91 M92...something like that...give this part number to whoever is supplying you with your parts...they shpold be able to make something out of it and hopefully supply the correct parts and maybe be able to identify the model of tractor you have....sorry I can't help more but I am only up to speed on UK models ...but I will help you as much as I can