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Saw my first MF180 today.

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c.amick

02-13-2018 16:07:59




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Never seen a Massey Ferguson 180 before. It is a narrow front diesel with around 7,500 hours on it. Saw it on a used equipment lot with the exhaust uncovered.




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Fred Goodrich

02-18-2018 10:07:37




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 Re: Saw my first MF180 today. in reply to c.amick, 02-13-2018 16:07:59  

Lost the picture



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c.amick

02-18-2018 10:55:47




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 Re: Saw my first MF180 today. in reply to Fred Goodrich, 02-18-2018 10:07:37  
That one looks too nice to use.



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Fred Goodrich

02-18-2018 10:05:39




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 Re: Saw my first MF180 today. in reply to c.amick, 02-13-2018 16:07:59  
Here's another one



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acadam20

02-14-2018 08:25:50




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 Re: Saw my first MF180 today. in reply to c.amick, 02-13-2018 16:07:59  
Narrow fronts are hard to find from what I'm told. I like my 180 a lot better than the 165, 175, etc. It has the maneuverability of the 165, 175, etc but with the comforts of a larger tractor (platform, shift on the console, etc).



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Brendon Warren

02-13-2018 16:17:57




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 Re: Saw my first MF180 today. in reply to c.amick, 02-13-2018 16:07:59  
Where? I've got a pair of 180s but haven't seen a narrow front. Id sure like one.



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c.amick

02-13-2018 16:44:56




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 Re: Saw my first MF180 today. in reply to Brendon Warren, 02-13-2018 16:17:57  
Neat looking tractor. It's in Radford, Virginia near I-81. Don't know what the price was. Rear tires have a little tread left, but they look weathered.



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Brendon Warren

02-13-2018 17:38:21




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 Re: Saw my first MF180 today. in reply to c.amick, 02-13-2018 16:44:56  
Too far for me. I'm on the other end. Where I81 starts at the Canadian border.



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c.amick

02-13-2018 18:15:45




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 Re: Saw my first MF180 today. in reply to Brendon Warren, 02-13-2018 17:38:21  
Too bad. Looks like it has been sitting there for a while. I would be afraid that water has gotten into an engine cylinder, frozen and broken a sleeve. Does it share the same engine with any other models? I have mostly seen only 135's, 150's, 165's.and maybe a 175.



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Brendon Warren

02-13-2018 18:18:28




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 Re: Saw my first MF180 today. in reply to c.amick, 02-13-2018 18:15:45  
Yes. It is the same motor as the 175 and some others. AD4-236.



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RandyB(MI)

02-13-2018 18:47:31




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 Re: Saw my first MF180 today. in reply to Brendon Warren, 02-13-2018 18:18:28  
From what I understand it is just the row crop version of the 175 utility. Operator platform and taller tires.



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