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10-20 McCormick Question


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Old 10-29-2014, 06:06:03 PM
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Just a question as it comes to the steel wheels on a 10-20. I hauled a 10-20 today and noticed that it has the extensions for both the rear steel and the front as well. I was wondering how common the fronts were? I see pics of rear ones every so often but can't remember seeing the fronts. I figure they would make a tractor float over sandy soil would have been the reason for them. Thanks for any input.
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Default Re: 10-20 McCormick Question

I have a pair of fronts like that, they are far less common than the rears, but they can be found. These that I have are the only ones for sale that I have come across in 31 years of collecting.

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I would guess by looking that your 10-20 is a 1928 model, maybe late 1927.
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