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Re: 2Q's for MF 202 - Lift Hydraulics & Rear Tires

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Posted by RuralTowner on June 23, 2013 at 13:56:01 from (

In Reply to: 2Q's for MF 202 - Lift Hydraulics & Rear Tires posted by Inno on June 23, 2013 at 08:17:06:

Exactly. Don't want to get into the middle of something (running wise) until I can get the seals for the lift ram. Found a manual on ebay for may hold off on ordering until I get it...but will still pull that rod to count the # of parts to match it to the kit# I've been supplied just in case one of those is the one I want.

Yeah any info on my potential loader will be appreciated. Given the lack of any ID marks on it by a PO paint job doesn't help one bit. I know its a 100ish but that's it, and having 2 bucket cyls would mean then, like you said, is the 101 or 102. It's possible that by giving the guy behind the desk 100 for the model, the result (showing 3 different exploded views of the rams), was for those 3 versions.

ATM I'm in the info-gathering stage...with the only real exception being the tires dept. Picked those up yesterday and gave them an internal rinse. Today will check on them to see if the rest of the dirt (now mud) has settled into the pool I left in them while propped up against a wall.

I better not end up with any bad luck...can't afford bad luck.

EDIT: May not be relevant since the buckets are removable, but did the 101 loader by chance have the smaller bucket, little wider than the front-wheel base? While the 202 was larger at 6ft-ish?

EDIT 2: Found manual for the 101//102 Davis on the 202 Work Bull.

This post was edited by RuralTowner at 14:36:58 06/23/13 2 times.


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