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Re: MF 205 Industrial - Which AG tractor derived from?

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samn40

01-27-2014 13:38:07
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It should be based on a 35 but with a 65 type rear axle? There was a shuttle shift that worked with the clutch for these tractors. Ervine Nolt in PA had one in for wrecking....
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Larry in WNY

01-27-2014 18:50:51
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 Re: MF 205 Industrial - Which AG tractor derived from? in reply to samn40, 01-27-2014 13:38:07  
OK thanks



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Stick welding

01-27-2014 22:52:33
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 Re: MF 205 Industrial - Which AG tractor derived from? in reply to Larry in WNY, 01-27-2014 18:50:51  
An MF65 never came with instant reverse. It would have to be an industrial model to have instant reverse or even manual shuttle. Most instant reverse used foot pedals for forward and reverse. Manual shuttle needed the clutch but was controlled by a lever by the steering wheel.



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Larry in WNY

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 Re: MF 205 Industrial - Which AG tractor derived from? in reply to Stick welding, 01-27-2014 22:52:33  
Yes you're correct. My MF 65 Industrial has a manual shuttle lever to change directions after pressing the clutch. I like that better than only pedals on the 205 which are instant reverse. Easy to get yourself in trouble if pressing the wrong one. When moving down hill the pedal must be pressed all the time too or it will free wheel. Don't like that either. Great motor in the 205, 3 cyl. Perkins diesel. Very smooth runner. Both are nice loader tractors. The MFs have taken over most of the loader work from our Farmall M.
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