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Need to figure out what yeat this MHF Tractor is

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FarmboyJohn

12-06-2017 17:29:12




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the clutch works I just got it running after it has sat for 8 Months, This is My uncles Tractor He has asked me to work on it first stage of the clutch works but not for the PTO water is in the mid section and rear im going into this blind no book because i do not know the year Z134 621 373??? stamp on motor MHF 180-402-MI on gear box. thanks

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FarmboyJohn

12-10-2017 16:55:40




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 Re: Need to figure out what yeat this MHF Tractor is in reply to FarmboyJohn, 12-06-2017 17:29:12  
[quote="CVPost-Jim in rush co"](reply to post at 17:45:06 12/10/17) [/quot

Thank you. Will be looking into All that.. I started with getting it running from sitting for almost a year outside. Keep you posted.]



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Jim in rush co

12-10-2017 17:08:28




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 Re: Need to figure out what yeat this MHF Tractor is in reply to FarmboyJohn, 12-10-2017 16:55:40  
I looked at an F40 Ferguson a few yrs. ago that had oil running out around starter from rear seal. Sure wish I had bought it, tractor ran and drove good.



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FarmboyJohn

12-10-2017 16:42:17




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 Re: Need to figure out what yeat this MHF Tractor is in reply to FarmboyJohn, 12-06-2017 17:29:12  
Thank you. I'll check that out tomorrow morning . I'm.not ase but I have been around cars trucks and motorcycles since I was 12 working on them. Tractors are just a new thing for me to add to my list.



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FarmboyJohn

12-10-2017 16:42:06




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 Re: Need to figure out what yeat this MHF Tractor is in reply to FarmboyJohn, 12-06-2017 17:29:12  
Thank you. I'll check that out tomorrow morning . I'm.not ase but I have been around cars trucks and motorcycles since I was 12 working on them. Tractors are just a new thing for me to add to my list.



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FarmboyJohn

12-10-2017 15:20:36




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 Re: Need to figure out what yeat this MHF Tractor is in reply to FarmboyJohn, 12-06-2017 17:29:12  
[quote="CVPost-Jim in rush co"](reply to post at 11:41:31 12/08/17) [/quote

Where the dry cavity is,. I have black oil. Loosened the inspection plate to let drip. Behind that is the shifters hi low transmission gearing I have to drain that. B/c water Same with the rear axle for the PTO.it booth white. I'm working on a International 300 Farmall close to the same year. Waiting to get the starter back. So I can move the Massey so I can split the tractor and see really what I am looking at. I was told that the seal was bad. The Massey is still working. Just the PTO not properly. The More information I can get the better. Ty

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Jim in rush co

12-10-2017 16:45:06




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 Re: Need to figure out what yeat this MHF Tractor is in reply to FarmboyJohn, 12-10-2017 15:20:36  
The black oil is from engine rear seal, but bell housing drain hole probably plugged up,it should be open and have a cotter pin in it to rattle around and keep open. Most likely need new shifter boots to keep water out. If rear seal not leaking real bad, oil should stay drained away ok if drain is open.



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Jim in rush co

12-10-2017 16:28:32




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 Re: Need to figure out what yeat this MHF Tractor is in reply to FarmboyJohn, 12-10-2017 15:20:36  
You will need to adjust the free play on main drive clutch at petal clamp to about 3/8" a hole is provided in shaft for turning shaft to get the free play and retighten the bolt real tight, once done remove cover plate on bottom and adjust the 3 bolts for the PTO disk to .090 by loosening the nut and set the clearance to the head of the bolts and retighten the nut but can only get to one at a time without turning flywheel. Get all 3 the same, that may be all that is wrong with PTO.

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ptfarmer

12-07-2017 11:16:18




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 Re: Need to figure out what yeat this MHF Tractor is in reply to FarmboyJohn, 12-06-2017 17:29:12  
I'd say its a Ferguson TO35, the MF35 is pretty much the exact same tractor. Someone maybe able to determine a year model using the tag on the engine provided the engine hadn't been swapped out with a different one. Without the tag on the tractor it's hard to say what year it is. The casting numbers are rarely, if at all are not the same as a part number.



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miner09

12-07-2017 12:19:28




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 Re: Need to figure out what yeat this MHF Tractor is in reply to ptfarmer, 12-07-2017 11:16:18  
Picture is a 1955 TO 35. It's a single stage clutch. Clutch pedal is different from other 35's is one way to tell.



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miner09

12-07-2017 12:21:07




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 Re: Need to figure out what yeat this MHF Tractor is in reply to miner09, 12-07-2017 12:19:28  
Painted like a Ford. It should be green chassis and gray fenders.



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FarmboyJohn

12-07-2017 08:55:09




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 Re: Need to figure out what yeat this MHF Tractor is in reply to FarmboyJohn, 12-06-2017 17:29:12  
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Jim in rush co

12-08-2017 10:35:48




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 Re: Need to figure out what yeat this MHF Tractor is in reply to FarmboyJohn, 12-07-2017 08:55:09  
With the 2 buttons on hood and MHF on castings would be first half of 1956 TO35! Around May or June, and probably has 12 bolts on axel flange instead of 8. Jim



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Jim in rush co

12-08-2017 10:41:31




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 Re: Need to figure out what yeat this MHF Tractor is in reply to Jim in rush co, 12-08-2017 10:35:48  
And would also be 2 stage clutch.



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SimonRidout

12-07-2017 08:31:40




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 Re: Need to figure out what yeat this MHF Tractor is in reply to FarmboyJohn, 12-06-2017 17:29:12  
I have a MF 575. MF produce a workshop manual, which covers the 500 range, When needed, it has different paragraphs for different models. Obviously, living in England, I do not know if it available in the USA.



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ptfarmer

12-06-2017 23:56:25




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 Re: Need to figure out what yeat this MHF Tractor is in reply to FarmboyJohn, 12-06-2017 17:29:12  
Some pictures of the tractor would help a lot, the more the better.



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BIG1RED9

12-06-2017 18:58:47




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 Re: Need to figure out what yeat this MHF Tractor is in reply to FarmboyJohn, 12-06-2017 17:29:12  
To me it looks like the model on the hood area shows 595. Your looking for a tag / plate.



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FarmboyJohn

12-06-2017 18:50:32




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 Re: Need to figure out what yeat this MHF Tractor is in reply to FarmboyJohn, 12-06-2017 17:29:12  
Nothing on the steering on either side i posted picturs of all the possible #s i could find



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FarmboyJohn

12-06-2017 18:47:54




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 Re: Need to figure out what yeat this MHF Tractor is in reply to FarmboyJohn, 12-06-2017 17:29:12  
thats the 180-402



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miner09

12-06-2017 18:36:34




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 Re: Need to figure out what yeat this MHF Tractor is in reply to FarmboyJohn, 12-06-2017 17:29:12  
Look under steering wheel on left side dash is the serial number. Change oil-two drain plugs left side and replace transmission lever rubber boots. 8 gallons oil.



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BIG1RED9

12-06-2017 18:10:44




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 Re: Need to figure out what yeat this MHF Tractor is in reply to FarmboyJohn, 12-06-2017 17:29:12  
From what I understand, you will need the serial number. No idea where it would be located, but you could do a search of the model to find out where they put the serial number. With that you can determine its year online or then post it and ask to help figure it out.

Don



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