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Re: massey 65

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09-25-2012 02:05:08

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The only kit I know of was made by Selene in Italy and they are like hens teeth to find. Also they are so scarce that if you do find one it will cost more that the tractor is worth. Sam

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09-25-2012 02:13:53

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 Re: massey 65 in reply to samn40, 09-25-2012 02:05:08  
yeah thought as much thanks mate, might have to get one engineered

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mike paulson

09-25-2012 16:30:42

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 Re: massey 65 in reply to dozerdude370, 09-25-2012 02:13:53  
did you buy a new aftermarket power steering kit or did you install an original factory system? what was involed with your install, im interested because i have a massey 50 i was thinking of adding power steering to.....thanks Mike

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09-25-2012 16:38:14

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 Re: massey 65 in reply to mike paulson, 09-25-2012 16:30:42  
i brought a second hand original kit that had a worn ram and got a new ram made and put a seal kit through it but you can still buy all the parts brand new it will just cost around $1000

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mike paulson

09-26-2012 02:26:23

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 Re: massey 65 in reply to dozerdude370, 09-25-2012 16:38:14  
yea on my 50 i beleive i can bolt the ram to the front bolster, it might have the holes there already i thinks. and i have the spot on my engine to mount a pump(got a little steel plate) over it now.
Where did you get the rest of the parts, and where can you buy the parts new? thanks Mike

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