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Massey Harris & Massey Ferguson Tractors Discussion Forum
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MF35 project

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54FergieTO30

12-30-2017 16:51:47




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Purchased a '63 MF35 Deluxe this fall at what I felt was a good price. It had issues...which is why is was a good price. It runs great and does not have any issues with the Z134. Transmission had a bad shaft, replaced it and found some oil leaks. Replaced seals, multi-power hose and other seals, oil on clutch discs called for replacing both of them. Steering had a bad "catch" in it, so replaced parts and seals in steering box. Front axle pivot pin and bushing were tired and needed replacing. About $1000 later it is ready to go to work.
New delimma is now I have a Ferguson TO30 and a MF35 and the wife says the barn is not big enough for both of them. (Not really what she said, but I am sure you get the idea)

I really like the 35, but I have had the TO30 for 20 years and just went through a complete engine and front end rebuild on it last winter. I would love to add a front pump and a small loader to the 30 and keep both of them. Decisions, decisions....

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steve19438

12-31-2017 05:13:09




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 Re: MF35 project in reply to 54FergieTO30, 12-30-2017 16:51:47  

i do not have a garage.



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John Deere D

12-31-2017 09:13:11




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 Re: MF35 project in reply to steve19438, 12-31-2017 05:13:09  

Chained Sawed an old house last fall.....

Summer daily users...MF FE 35 X & Ferguson TEA-20

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ptfarmer

12-30-2017 23:12:21




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 Re: MF35 project in reply to 54FergieTO30, 12-30-2017 16:51:47  
Add on just enough to the barn were a tractor could fit :D



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Benj R

12-30-2017 19:25:37




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 Re: MF35 project in reply to 54FergieTO30, 12-30-2017 16:51:47  
My vote is to keep them both. Your 35 is a beautiful tractor and a definite keeper.



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54FergieTO30

12-30-2017 16:59:24




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John Deere D

12-31-2017 09:01:45




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 Re: MF35 project in reply to 54FergieTO30, 12-30-2017 16:59:24  
I tell my wife she look beautiful, but...........that Tractor of yours sure is nice.:)



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