Posted by williamar on November 05, 2012 at 12:18:39 from (22.214.171.124):
I am gonna have a look at an absolute auction where there is a mid eighties Massey Ferguson 2625 for sale. Front Axle listed as not working. Though I am going to assume the tractor runs and drives other than that. I don't care about it being perfect, just need 100 HP. Does running a tractor with a non engaging front wheel axle pose any concern? I mean, I don't know which part of it is broken, the drive shaft, or the axle differential itself. Basically it is reduced to operating as a two wheel drive. Which works for me. Any thoughts on if this is an acceptable approach?
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