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Re: Massey 65 High Crop

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12-16-2012 19:57:04

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Probably more like a Hi-Arch rather than a High Crop. As far as I no there were NO High Crops made other than the Hi Arch with 38" rear wheels.
More MF 65s made than you would imagine (60,000+)

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12-18-2012 20:34:34

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 Re: Massey 65 High Crop in reply to Garri, 12-16-2012 22:13:19  
try the massey legacy magazine

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12-17-2012 20:47:11

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 Re: Massey 65 High Crop in reply to Garri, 12-16-2012 22:13:19  
I have a mf65 high arch that is a 1958 model. It is all original as far as i know. If you need pictures for decal placement let me know. My manual says that the RGM in the serial # means a row crop twin with a gas engine and a double clutch. I don't know what the row crop is? The high arch has the 38" rear tires.


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12-18-2012 21:42:55

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 Re: Massey 65 High Crop in reply to steven-id, 12-17-2012 20:47:11  
Any pictures for reference on decal placement would be great. This tractor has a goofy glass pack and exhaust that is going to have to be redone. The air inlet tube from the air filter to the carburetor has been re engineered to say the least. Any pictures of the original exhaust and air tube would help too. I told the owner to get me a book, but I'm not sure there would good pictures in a repair manual. Thanks again fella's.

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12-23-2012 19:23:04

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 Re: Massey 65 High Crop in reply to Garri, 12-18-2012 21:42:55  
If you will send me an email I will get some pictures for you. I also have a mf 50 that my dad bought new in 1958 that I know is all original and they look the same as far as decal placement.


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12-17-2012 08:26:09

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 Re: Massey 65 High Crop in reply to Garri, 12-16-2012 22:13:19  
I just finished a 64 MF65, Hi Arch Diesel, great little tractor. Almost all the parts are available thru a MF dealer. You can research "AGCO PARTS. On line" Not sure of the 58 era decals, but numerous photos available on the YT site. Lots of used body and Misc. parts available. Post back any oddball parts your needing. Good luck, you will have a great machine when your finished.

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