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Re: MF 65 - Adding Hydraulic Remotes

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03-20-2013 06:33:51

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I added an aux front pump and control valves to my 65. Best thing I ever did. The internal pump is too slow to be useful for anything but the 3 pt.

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03-20-2013 11:09:51

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 Re: MF 65 - Adding Hydraulic Remotes in reply to Our Farmer, 03-20-2013 06:33:51  
Was there a kit for this or was it something you put together? It sounds better since the regular hydraulic is disengaged by the clutch.

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03-20-2013 13:16:56

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 Re: MF 65 - Adding Hydraulic Remotes in reply to KDMasseyfan, 03-20-2013 11:09:51  
I did it kind of mix 'n match. The pump, control valves and drive to pump lovejoy coupling I got from Surplus Center, the harmonic balancer insert and pump drive I got off this site. IIRC, the whole magilla probably ran around $400, but that was a few years ago. My tractor has an AD 192 instead of the 203, so my harmonic balancer was a hair small for the drive insert. I had to buy a used balancer from a 203 and have the seal surface machined a hair to fit through the engine case, so that added a couple of extra bucks.

You have to cobble together a sump out of 1/2" black pipe and bore a hole to modify the pto shifter cover plate for a fitting. Helps if you have a torch to heat and bend the pipe to clear trans innards as required. I just ran the return to the top cover.

Pretty easy job, just takes a little finaglin'. Hardest part was cutting the front weight rack accurately for the shaft drive and pump mount to keep the pump and drive shaft aligned properly.

If you do a search under "Massey 65 Front Pump" you'll find a ton of info here. Increases the utility of the tractor quite a bit insofar as using a hydroswing haybine or a round baler.

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