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Tony in Mass.

01-07-2013 15:29:46

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Zack just reminded me of a BIG point... the F40 WILL have live pto... the 35? may not? Got to check that out first fer sure. Hummm. A Perkins diesel MF50 w/PS? Tin is no problem, actually still being reproducted...
OH! the 100 series tin? Can't get at half the things that break down or need routine looking after, got to swing the hood all the way over just to pour gas, always seem to rattle or scuff, unlatch themselves and rattle even more? Hey 40's and 50's? You are into high performance stuff? The air tubes and hoses are a twisty 5 feet from carb to filter behind the ... like all the missing plow coulters around you... most 40 and 50 grills became frisbies into the woods long ago! Can't help it, I think 35's were the height of human/tractor civilization.....

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Jason S.

01-07-2013 16:06:15

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 Re: 35 vs 40 in reply to Tony in Mass., 01-07-2013 15:29:46  
This 35 does have live pto. Well now I know why that 50's grills are missing. It is diesel but it does not have power steering either. The reason I'm looking for another one is, I like the versatility of my TO20 but have you ever tried raking hay with one of those with the ferguson 3pt rake on a hill? It isn't real fun sometimes although I've gotten used to it over the years. I was just wanting something that is close to the same size with a little more weight and horsepower. The diesel verses gas decision,I've still not made up my mind. Btw Tony, I'm going to get that Disk Plow Saturday...

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