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Massey Harris & Massey Ferguson Tractors Discussion Board

Re: MF 1155

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Posted by Robert major on December 21, 2012 at 20:04:50 from (

In Reply to: Re: MF 1155 posted by MikeinKy on December 21, 2012 at 18:35:07:

I Only answered the truth from what I know from my experience and it's not good and I don't want to offend you with my reply now.
you must be some of the lucky ones or it hasn't showed up yet. To be honest Some of this a guy won't know till you let the clutch up one day and it goes bang, or looses drive. or your round baler stops with a near full bale and you can't steer it or anything.
Trust me I know the guy that was driving the 1135 when it did it. most of that tranny is the same or what I needed was we cross referenced it in the wrecking yards.
They have a bad name for these problems round here.
I know a dealer guy that fixed them when new and he said they where not that good either back in the day.
I know of one on a 13" auger now with a loader one owner from new and it has many issues with MP and stuff.
Nobody will pay money for them round me nice ones 2500- 4 grand on a good day in sales.
My local wreckers don't want them really anymore . when I worked in the yard I pulled 6 apart looking for good final drives and they all had chipped or busted off teeth or near stripped drive couplings. I can say where there are a few more as I looked at them for parts for the 1135 and they had these problems too I had parts from about 10 different tractors in the end to do the 1135.
Regards Robert


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