84 hp on the drawbar.
Depends on soil type and how you like to work land. On our sandy loam that tractor is too small for 5 by 18" and much too small for a 24' cultivator. We pulled 6 by 14" for years with a 2705 (100 hp db) and it was (in my opinion) too slow. Could only pull at 3 or so mph. When I set that plow to 18" and hooked it up to my Case 2590 I found out that it plows much better at 5 mph.
I also pull 5 14's with an MF 3505 and that is a pretty good match for our soil. The 3505 is the same power (almost the same tractor with multi power instead of power shift) as the 2670.
The 2675 has a great engine, the 354, good hydraulics, 3ph, nice cab, good steering. That series of tractors are notorious for the transmissions which were prone to failure and are very expensive to fix. If you search around this forum you will fine many an horror story. I'll be digging in to my 2705 transmission this winter.
Here is the tractor data link:http://www.tractordata.com/farm-tractors/000/8/5/856-massey-ferguson-2675.html
JP. This post was edited by jogl at 03:30:34 09/19/13.