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    Hello everyone. Just wanted to show you the Super M-TA I just bought.
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    Default Re: Had to buy it! Super M-TA

    That's a fine looking tractor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob77064
    That's a fine looking tractor.
    X2. Looks great. Do you plan on bringing it to shows or getting it dirty workin.

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    Mostly getting her dirty. I watched a tractor parade this Summer and never saw one of these. I think it would be a lot of fun to participate in one of those. Lots of great looking tractors there.

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    Nice find,looks like a real straight tractor.Are you sure you have enough weight added to the rear axle?Well done on obtaining it.

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    Looks like its ready to go another 60 years!

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    I spent many an hour riding the seat of my dad's Super M-TA. For a long time it was our only tractor with a four row cultivator. I graduated to it from the John Deere B and it's two row cultivator. After a while though you began to wish it had power steering and real brakes. With a front mounted IH 461 cultivator it was a pain to turn at the end rows. The drum brakes just didn't have the strength to lock the wheel like the B would. The M-TA was a good tractor and did it all. Your pictures bring back a lot of good bittersweet memories. Dad's was a narrow front end with swinging drawbar. I spent a lot of time in June and July as a teenager in Eastern Iowa on the M-TA cultivating corn and soybeans

    Bill

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    Quote Originally Posted by barkerwc4362
    I spent many an hour riding the seat of my dad's Super M-TA. For a long time it was our only tractor with a four row cultivator. I graduated to it from the John Deere B and it's two row cultivator. After a while though you began to wish it had power steering and real brakes. With a front mounted IH 461 cultivator it was a pain to turn at the end rows. The drum brakes just didn't have the strength to lock the wheel like the B would. The M-TA was a good tractor and did it all. Your pictures bring back a lot of good bittersweet memories. Dad's was a narrow front end with swinging drawbar. I spent a lot of time in June and July as a teenager in Eastern Iowa on the M-TA cultivating corn and soybeans

    Bill
    You sure learn how to cultivate real quik. People frown upon you cultivateing the crops and not the weeds between the rows.

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    Congratulations. Thanks for posting.
    The PUPIL who does not surpass his Master, fails his Master.

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    pics?

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