Thought it was Mountfield M1 but not sure.

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elfranco

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Thought it was Mountfield M1 but not sure.
« on: April 12, 2020, 23:24 »
Hello people. My first post. My worm drive failed on my Mountfield Manor 36 and no new part available so I decided to transplant the engine onto and old chassis I picked up. I thought It was an M1 but it is not as the engine sits forward of the tines. Anybody got any ideas what it might be? I have posted some pics of the work in progress.
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jezza

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Re: Thought it was Mountfield M1 but not sure.
« Reply #1 on: April 13, 2020, 11:27 »
Hello the colour looks like a Norlett the Mountfield engine usually has it's own frame with handle bars attached so that it can be detached from rotavator and put on a rotary cutter,have you tried getting a new worm drive made at an agricultural engineer I know an agricultural engineer that might be able to turn a new one  for you  jezza



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