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May as well show the publications cover first.

Take a look at this and lets look at your close up view of your front.

Just for the heck of it, here is the part numbers...

This is the standard Standard wide front.

...and here's the pipe Hi Arch wide front. The single wheel tricycle came out fuzzy :evil: Ok, man, post your pic and lets have a look Derick.
 

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I think we may have a match! here are the pics of Tiff's MH30
 

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HOLY CATS! Those pictures are huge....guess I need to work on that :lol:
 

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:shock: Id say I thought about giving it a tune up while I was there :lol:
 

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Try these smaller pictures


 

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Ain't that something !! Here we were all thinking it was an aftermarket set up. Wow, that makes it a lot cooler. Maybe Al will find this post, I'm sure it'll surprise him also...
 

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I am very excitied to find this out! Thanks so much for the information....makes me look at the tractor a little differently now. Its really beginning to grow on us....last year when we had a rear tire tubed the rims were still yellow inside :) Neat very original little tractor we think. Thanks again
 

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Took a while Derrick, but got your question answered. :D
 

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I have that same parts manual but never thought to look inside it at the front ends. I've only seem the 30 in a standard and the tricycle row crop style. Now the 33 is a totaly different story I've seen that with just about every thing that could be put under the front end and a pair of 44's with no front ends at all.

:D Al
 

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I do believe i'm fallin in love with that old girl all over again.....wont be till april till I can get back up to the tractors
 

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DerickS said:
I do believe i'm fallin in love with that old girl all over again.....wont be till april till I can get back up to the tractors
I certainly does add a degree of uniqueness, doesn't it? Especially since no one on the Massey board has ever seen one before. Derick, still want to trade the wide for a row crop front end ??? :D :D :D ....Just happen to have a SPARE one.
 

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missouri massey man said:
DerickS said:
I do believe i'm fallin in love with that old girl all over again.....wont be till april till I can get back up to the tractors
I certainly does add a degree of uniqueness, doesn't it? Especially since no one on the Massey board has ever seen one before. Derick, still want to trade the wide for a row crop front end ??? :D :D :D ....Just happen to have a SPARE one.
I'll ask Tiff, afterall its her tractor ;)
 

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Jason1Pa said:
Wow thats pretty nice you got something thats pretty rare :D
Yep its kinda neat and the tractor really is a nice story too :)
 
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