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Massey Harris & Massey Ferguson Tractors Discussion Forum
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Loader for MF 135

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01-19-2014 14:01:09

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I have a gas burner type MF 135. Would anyone have any advice regarding a loader for this tractor? And how difficult to install a loader? And finally how much I should to pay?

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Jason S.

01-26-2014 06:15:53

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 Re: Loader for MF 135 in reply to Pell, 01-19-2014 14:01:09  
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If you are doing light loader work with a 135 then you will be ok but a loader is hard on the front ends of the 100 series. They did offer heavy duty front axles and such for tractors that were to have loaders but most never got them. We had a Freeman loader on a 165 and it cracked the cradle.

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01-25-2014 00:46:27

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 Re: Loader for MF 135 in reply to Pell, 01-19-2014 14:01:09  

My 135 with MF type 35 loader and home made front end guard. No power steering, just big arm muscles!
Could hardly turn with a round silage bale on the front. I'm getting older now and am pleased with my 165 and type 40 loader because I now have PAS. The second photo shows the two models. You need the one at the back.
A loader can be used with a simple diverter valve but an (original) diverter and spool block is much better. The third photo shows the setup I had which allowed use of link arms or loader or external hydraulics.


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01-21-2014 16:44:07

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 Re: Loader for MF 135 in reply to Pell, 01-19-2014 14:01:09  

British built MF35 loader on a 135..... Sam

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rustyacres sd

01-20-2014 08:07:30

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 Re: Loader for MF 135 in reply to Pell, 01-19-2014 14:01:09  
Loaders are hard on the power steering on the 135
Been here learned that. Will want a heavy duty power steering.

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01-19-2014 14:11:00

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 Re: Loader for MF 135 in reply to Pell, 01-19-2014 14:01:09  

if you intend to use it hard you might want to start looking for something like a 202 or industrial model with stout front end and front pump

if you are thinking about a Freeman kinda loader then a 135 works pretty good

with enuf time and money anything can be made to fit, try to find a used setup with brackets

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