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Re: Massey Ferguson trailer-type sickle mower

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carvel minne farmer

10-08-2017 08:23:59




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Maxwell I was looking at one of these yesterday to buy for my small acerage cutting hay, how hard are they to get parts for? john




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carvel minne farmer

10-08-2017 21:31:52




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 Re: Massey Ferguson trailer-type sickle mower in reply to Brendon Warren, 10-08-2017 08:23:59  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see thank you 300 guy I will check them out!



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300guy

10-08-2017 19:46:25




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 Re: Massey Ferguson trailer-type sickle mower in reply to carvel minne farmer, 10-08-2017 08:23:59  
If you are looking at a mower without a pittman arm and one with a wobble box, the parts are fairly easy to get from Rouse Rakes in Burwell, Ne. They make these boxes for all the manufacturer's. Also they have a lot of the bar parts like the knives, sickle assemblies, guards and etc. Give them a call and they should be able to help with any parts you need.



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wellmax99

10-08-2017 10:05:33




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 Re: Massey Ferguson trailer-type sickle mower in reply to carvel minne farmer, 10-08-2017 08:23:59  

I guess I need to get out more,
there are a number of MF trailer type mowers on the internet.
this one was listed as a MF41 I think, with belt drive system.
looks like would be a great mower for ditch banks as the blade would go high or low.
if that is what you want.

again I just never saw one around my small part of the country,

I did see a trailer mower once, it was a New Idea brand

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Tim(nj)

10-08-2017 17:22:23




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 Re: Massey Ferguson trailer-type sickle mower in reply to wellmax99, 10-08-2017 10:05:33  
That is a trailer version of the 41. It had its own number but I can't remember it off the top of my head. The earlier 31 also had a trailed version. I think that one was the 51? and the pitman style trailed was a 52? Cutterbar parts are more expensive than JD, NH or NI mowers. Other parts are made out of unobtanium (no longer available).



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wellmax99

10-08-2017 09:48:15




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 Re: Massey Ferguson trailer-type sickle mower in reply to carvel minne farmer, 10-08-2017 08:23:59  

might be hard, as I do not recall every seeing a trailer type MF sickle mower,
best bet, contact your local MF dealer with the machine model number and ask them

machines that few were made, replacement parts might be hard to find.

best bet with an old MF mower, buy a used one as a backup for hard to find parts.

the casting that holds the two belt pulley shafts on my MF32 mower is busted, lucky for me I had a good friend with great welding skills, he was working on another big braising project in his shop, said if I would take the casting off, while he was working on the other project and had the tools out, he would brass weld my casting. I had little to no faith it would work, but it was free, many years later it is still holding together. he did great work,

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