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Re: Massey Ferguson 30D controls

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10-07-2013 19:25:19

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Dont really know about MF 30...But you sound new to tractors.Do yourself a BIG favor and order an owners manual for your new tractor.It will answer all your questions-plus some you didnt know you needed to ask. A book is available right here from YT,less than 40 bucks.The cheapest 'part'/accessory you will ever buy for your tractor.You will be glad you did! Happy tractoring!!!!!!!!!!!!

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10-07-2013 21:04:20

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 Re: Massey Ferguson 30D controls in reply to DeltaRed, 10-07-2013 19:25:19  
I did a search for a 30D manual. no return. Guess I'll call the # tomorrow. I have never driven a tractor before. I am one of 200 homesteads down a five mile dirt road. I have been using a 1966 adams grader. No hydraulics ( gear activated) no power steering and NO BRAKES! I have been trying to upgrade for 10 years but the members weren't behind me. I am almost 70, just go a prosthetic shoulder implant and I can't climb into the grader anymore. No one else will drive it except a guy at the front of the road and he only goes from his house to the pavement . I live at the back of the road and I get disgusted first so I end up doing it. I finally have a tractor that is not a widow maker. I just need a little help getting my wings.

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