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Massey Harris & Massey Ferguson Tractors Discussion Forum
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MF 37 hay rake

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Bradp

05-28-2011 15:55:40
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How do you take it out of gear for transport or do you have to take the chains of we just got the rake and don"t know much about it.




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chuck41

05-28-2011 16:32:39
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 Re: MF 37 hay rake in reply to Bradp, 05-28-2011 15:55:40  
Hi Brad, There is a drive clutch inside frame on
left side.To disengage the drive,depress the lock
pin by the outer perimeter and rotate the steel band rearward approx 2 in. until the pin locks the band in this position. To engage, depress the
pin and rotate the band forward. These rakes had
one wheel drive or two wheel drive but this procedure is the same. I have an orig.man w/light
use, reasonable. Chuck

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Maxwell99

05-28-2011 18:01:31
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 Re: MF 37 hay rake in reply to chuck41, 05-28-2011 16:32:39  
Brad,

When i transported my mf 37 on the road for any distance at road speed i took the chains off.

Of course most of the time it was on the farm so we just unlock the drive as mentioned in the other reply.

37 was a good rake.



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