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Al Nickel

01-29-2014 05:05:27
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I have a nice MF 95 with good sheet metal,good matching rubber,clear MM guages. Stored inside for last 10 years. This tractor shows evidence of having had good care.The downside is that it is stuck and aside from filling it with diesel fuel,have not had time to tinker with it.. Pictures available and can deliver reasonably.




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MM diesel

01-30-2014 13:48:49
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 Re: MF 95 in reply to Al Nickel, 01-29-2014 05:05:27  
The Super 95 was like a GVI. The MF 97 was the size of a G705.



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Howard H.

01-30-2014 12:54:43
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 Re: MF 95 in reply to Al Nickel, 01-29-2014 05:05:27  

Here are the pics of the MF:

 photo 1935JohnDeereD007.jpg

 photo 1935JohnDeereD003.jpg

 photo 1935JohnDeereD006.jpg

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MinniMan

01-30-2014 10:50:16
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 Re: MF 95 in reply to Al Nickel, 01-29-2014 05:05:27  
We had a MF 95 years ago. What I remember was that due to the length of the tractor and where the front axle was mounted it took a lot of room to turn around, but a very easy steering tractor with the power steering. Also it was very economical on fuel. The only problems I remember was they were inclined to cracked heads or leaking head gaskets. When this happened you got blow-by in the coolant and over heating problems. I remember we had the heads magna-fluxed resurfaced and new gaskets. It helped but from time to time it would still build up pressure in the cooling system. On another point ours was a poor starter. Otherwise they were a good old tractor.

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MM diesel

01-30-2014 09:49:56
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 Re: MF 95 in reply to Al Nickel, 01-29-2014 05:05:27  
The MF 95 was the equivalent of the Moline GBD, so pretty sure all 95's were diesel.



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Howard H.

01-30-2014 12:57:34
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 Re: MF 95 in reply to MM diesel, 01-30-2014 09:49:56  

I had only seen one old fence-row MF95 at a farm sale years ago - but I always thought it was bigger than a GBD... I remembered it more the size of a G705 or something...

Those were the good old days - I remember it only brought $75 that day. I got a nice old Cat 30 for $300 at that sale... ha...


Howard



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moresmoke

01-29-2014 16:37:51
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 Re: MF 95 in reply to Al Nickel, 01-29-2014 05:05:27  
Fuel?



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oros35

01-29-2014 12:30:30
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 Re: MF 95 in reply to Al Nickel, 01-29-2014 05:05:27  
I'd be interested too depending on where it is.



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Al Nickel

01-30-2014 18:04:24
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 Re: MF 95 in reply to oros35, 01-29-2014 12:30:30  
I am asking $1850 for this old girl.[Thankyou to Howard for posting the 3 pictures for me]
It is a nice unit...and some have told me that it should be an easy unstick....but we do not know for sure.The ring gear does not line up with the inspection hole,but a jig with a 1 inch offset would allow you to start the "wiggle process".
I have more pictures and can deliver reasonably.



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Al Nickel

01-29-2014 13:43:14
184.70.36.178



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 Re: MF 95 in reply to oros35, 01-29-2014 12:30:30  
I can deliver or ship reasonably.



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mmoon

01-29-2014 09:53:20
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 Re: MF 95 in reply to Al Nickel, 01-29-2014 05:05:27  
HI AL --where are you located ?---would like to see picture or look at --thanks



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Al Nickel

01-29-2014 13:41:50
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 Re: MF 95 in reply to mmoon, 01-29-2014 09:53:20  
We live on a farm near Winnipeg,Manitoba.I have quite a few pictures and will try to figure out how to send them.



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