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Re: 1972 Massey Ferguson 175

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Bob N.Y.

08-28-2012 16:21:41

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That tractor should have a dip stick in the round cover by your right heel as you sit on the tractor.

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Duane Douglas

08-29-2012 19:43:22

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 Re: 1972 Massey Ferguson 175 in reply to Bob N.Y., 08-28-2012 16:21:41  

Finally found it. My dad used to say to me, "If it were a snake it would have bit you." This is a great resource. There have been others equally helpful. Now that we've found the dip stick and determined that the hyd fluid is full, perhaps I could enlist your help solving another problem. I'll create another post to discuss my next issue. My sincere thanks for your help. DD

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Duane Douglas

08-28-2012 21:20:03

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 Re: 1972 Massey Ferguson 175 in reply to Bob N.Y., 08-28-2012 16:21:41  
Bob NY,

Managed to upload pics to the Stuck and Troubled gallery, titled: 1972 MF 175 (right side), 1972 MF 175 (left side). Thanks for you help.

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Duane Douglas

08-28-2012 20:16:55

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 Re: 1972 Massey Ferguson 175 in reply to Bob N.Y., 08-28-2012 16:21:41  
Bob NY,
Greetings. Thanks for the tip. However, could not find round cover or dip stick. Am new to the forum and may not have correctly uploaded two pics, titled: right side, left side. The right side has, what I think is, a differential brake and response adjustment lever. The left side has the pto lever. Just above the clutch pedal is a plug in the side of the case. I think it may be used to check hyd fluid level in a way similar to that of a rear differential. Have ordered manual, thought I'd give the forum a try while awaiting delivery. Appreciate your help and look forward to your reply. Thanks.

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