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Massey 35X Vs Massey 35

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Eldon (WA)

04-05-2014 08:14:12

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I just determined by the S/N that I have a Massey Ferguson 35X. The only difference from a 35 that I can find is the rpm's were upped from 2000 to 2250. Any other changes?

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04-09-2014 07:00:47

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 Re: Massey 35X Vs Massey 35 in reply to Eldon (WA), 04-05-2014 08:14:12  
Here in Australia 35 had 23C 4cyl diesel engine (AKA Vanguard engine) rated at 35HP, whilst later MF35X had 3cyl Perkins 3-152 rated I believe anywhere from 37 to 44.5Hp depending on national version.

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04-05-2014 13:31:21

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 Re: Massey 35X Vs Massey 35 in reply to Eldon (WA), 04-05-2014 08:14:12  
The difference between them is the horsepower. The 3 cyl. 35 was rated at 39 engine horsepower, while the "X' was upped to 44.5. The diff lock was available as a an option on either tractor. Evan.

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Stick welding

04-05-2014 12:14:25

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 Re: Massey 35X Vs Massey 35 in reply to Eldon (WA), 04-05-2014 08:14:12  
I'm not positive but I think the 35X was just before the 135 and may have used the new direct injection Diesel engine. Kind of like a 135 prototype or test bed tractor? Someone like Sam or David P will know.

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John Deere D

04-05-2014 08:30:07

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 Re: Massey 35X Vs Massey 35 in reply to Eldon (WA), 04-05-2014 08:14:12  
I shall be obtaining the FE 35 X that my parents purchased new in the early 60's this summer. It came with a DIFFERENTIAL LOCK , both axels will dive when LOCK is engaged, and grease nipples on the front wheel hubs.

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Eldon (WA)

04-05-2014 08:40:10

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 Re: Massey 35X Vs Massey 35 in reply to John Deere D, 04-05-2014 08:30:07  
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So the 35 did not have a differential lock??

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04-05-2014 10:16:43

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 Re: Massey 35X Vs Massey 35 in reply to Eldon (WA), 04-05-2014 08:40:10  
Eldon.We had a 1963 mf 35 deluxe on the farm till 02 when dad sold,it had the locking diff.I now have 2 35's,one continental gas and one 3 cyl perkins and they don,t have that option.I think it only came on the deluxe as well as a better guage cluster.I sure miss it when in mud.

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