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Seeing how fast i can knock this one out.


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Lovely old M. What's it like mechanically? I've got a 1944 FBK M.
 

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Nice project! Keep us posted with your progress.
 

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Good to see ya Ray. Ya got a good jump on it.
 

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I haven't got quite as far as i may have liked but its coming along. Almost done with the tear down (actually already finished fixing one of the axles up and reinstalled it)
 

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Lovely old M. What's it like mechanically? I've got a 1944 FBK M.
The rear end is very solid. Engine is not the worst i've seen
 

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sorry for no update for a long time lol. Just waiting on a dry day to do some sand blasting now on the rest of the bits and pieces
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Nice looking M project.
Thanks for the pictures and the update.
 

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Nice looking M project.
Thanks for the pictures and the update.
Thanks! Ill try and update here more often
 

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Well, Ray I guess you got sidetracked a bit taking apart a little Deere. ;)
Keep up the good work. How many project machines you got going all at once??
WIll do! I try and keep about 2 going at once. That way when i have to wait on parts or say a dry day to sandblast, i can keep moving on something else
 
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