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Re: 2Q's for MF 202 - Lift Hydraulics & Rear Tires

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MKinON

06-22-2013 16:29:44
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Looks like the system on our MF30 industrial with manual and F/R shuttle, just a different lever setup up top. Maybe an early version? Or maybe someone swapped tranny's along the way and home engineered it. Hard to tell from that photo, but looks to be missing the shifter boots. Should be still available through AGCO.




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RuralTowner

06-22-2013 16:56:09
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 Re: 2Q's for MF 202 - Lift Hydraulics & Rear Tires in reply to MKinON, 06-22-2013 16:29:44  
Boots are there...whats left of them anyway after the sun's had its way. If nothing else its nothing a section of old bicycle tire tube and a couple hose clamps cant cure (as long as there is a lip on the transmission side to get a bite on).

You may be right...possible then the transmission was swapped at some point during the last 50 years. I know that lever MUST be in forward (down) or reverse (up) position for the tractor to move. I'll take a closer look at it though it doesn't look homemade...then again a good enough fabricator can make a homemade part look like something from a factory.

Will get some more pictures up of it however.

Any-who today (as of this post) in about 20min...be picking up those "beer" tires. After that its pulling the lift cylinder rod and practice my counting skills of seals//rings to be sure I order the right kit. Hmm, just for the info...did all 100 Loaders have the filter on the outside of the tank (some searches had this) as well as behind the grill by the pump?

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