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Re: 1953? MF Model 30 - Opinions Wanted

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03-24-2013 12:14:44

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I agree with stick welding. NO SUCH THING AS A 53 MASSEY FERGUSON 30. For being a new guy and not knowing how to engage a pto you sure seem to think you know it all. You won't get much help with your attitude.

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03-24-2013 12:20:11

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 Re: 1953? MF Model 30 - Opinions Wanted in reply to JJL, 03-24-2013 12:14:44  
I agree with you, seems like he has an attitude problem or shouldn't be trusted on a tractor.
Maybe the name says it all. smartgen

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03-24-2013 13:44:01

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 Re: 1953? MF Model 30 - Opinions Wanted in reply to Harvey 2, 03-24-2013 12:20:11  
No I don't think it's an attitude issue on my part. I don't appreciate an attitude coming at me because I incorrectly called it a Massey-Ferguson, I was going by what the 90 year old man selling the tractor told me and I have to admit I was a bit insulted as I do know what a 3-point hitch looks like and this tractor does have one. That is why stick welders opinion is not needed.

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03-24-2013 16:27:47

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 Re: 1953? MF Model 30 - Opinions Wanted in reply to smartgen, 03-24-2013 13:44:01  
"No I don't think it's an attitude issue on my part."

Well in that case you'd be wrong! I never intended to insult you but was trying to to get some more accurate information to help you out. The facts are:
1. There was no picture
2. MF did not exist in 1953
3. A 30 could be more than one tractor. I think there may have been a Massey Harris 30 with no 3pt. An MF30 is an industrial tractor from the 70's and then there's the Ferguson TO 30

Going by your description, the only correct answer is an MF30 industrial but the year would be wrong.

Are we supposed to be mind readers to know what you're talking about?

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mike paulson

03-24-2013 14:49:42

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 Re: 1953? MF Model 30 - Opinions Wanted in reply to smartgen, 03-24-2013 13:44:01  
hey smarten, it might be time you smarten up and come back to this forum with a new name and new attitude, you pretty much blew it here. tractor guys are a tight nit group who can be real generous with their many years of experiance, or they can be, ooohhh youll find out.

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