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MF 35 manuals needed

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Deere Mark

09-05-2012 19:00:37

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I have a MF 35 with multi-power. I would like to start work on the brakes and multi-power. What manuals do I need and where to get them.

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old codger

09-06-2012 18:50:45

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 Re: MF 35 manuals needed in reply to Deere Mark, 09-05-2012 19:00:37  
Mark I have just put my 35x back together. The multipower was not working and I found the valve in the bell housing was seized and the bracket in the bell housing that works on the valve was loose. The bracket is only held by one bolt. I renewed the seals in the input shafts and the 4 rings the multipower uses to get the fluid into the centre of the shafts.
The multipower linkages needed some refurbishment to get full travel. The pto input shaft and carrier all came away from the front of the gearbox without touching the lower shaft.(front of pto). The multipower pump was pumping during this work because when I spun the main input shaft by hand, oil spurted out the pipe.

I took a gamble that the multipower clutch was right.

Before I put the tractor back together I put oil in the gearbox and spun the pto shaft with an electric drill(rubber hose coupling ) to check all was sealing .

Anyway , put it all back together and the multi is working. For a very amateur mechanic I was very pleased.

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09-06-2012 07:41:18

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 Re: MF 35 manuals needed in reply to Deere Mark, 09-05-2012 19:00:37  
I use the information at AGCO:

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09-05-2012 19:51:55

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 Re: MF 35 manuals needed in reply to Deere Mark, 09-05-2012 19:00:37  
The I-T manual is a good place to start. Do not know the number of it off the top of my head but I know this site has them and many many more just go to market place and do the steps to get to you brand and size tractor

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