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AC parts schematics

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01-30-2016 12:39:50

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A local Massey Ferguson dealer shared this link with me.

Go to the Guest User box under the log in box and click the view books tab. In the search by model box, type in your model such as: wd45 and hit the search button. It will bring up a link to a usable document thats pretty neat. It takes you to an index page where you can choose parts diagrams that are very detailed and show the factory part numbers. If you play around with the controls, you can enlarge the views and select print options like printing the schematic and part descriptions on separate pages. You can also put your curser over the schematic, click and drag a box to isolate and enlarge part of the drawing to zoom in and print only that view. It takes some fooling around but it's pretty cool and very usable. You can bookmark the actual schematic page and skip the search part in the future. I have several model pages bookmarked.

You can then do a Google search for the factory part # and find parts easily. I get a lot of parts from these guys:

Just type in your part # in the search box. They have tons of old AC parts but you will never find them without the factory part #. Shipping is very reasonable.

I just wish I could find something similar for my old Massey Harris tractors.

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02-16-2016 15:56:11

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 Re: AC parts schematics in reply to mycanoe44, 01-30-2016 12:39:50  
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I have 2 MH 30s, so no luck for me on the Agco site :( :(

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David R Inman

01-30-2016 18:45:11

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 Re: AC parts schematics in reply to mycanoe44, 01-30-2016 12:39:50  
And New Holland, which has Ford.

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01-30-2016 18:37:59

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 Re: AC parts schematics in reply to mycanoe44, 01-30-2016 12:39:50  

Link for Case IH

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David R Inman

01-30-2016 18:39:32

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 Re: AC parts schematics in reply to David R Inman, 01-30-2016 18:37:59  
JD link

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David R Inman

01-30-2016 18:31:44

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 Re: AC parts schematics in reply to mycanoe44, 01-30-2016 12:39:50  
You have-since Massey Harris merged with Ferguson to ultimatly create the MF name, and MF is an Agco line like Allis, there their-or at least the Pony, 33, and 333 and 444. I had no luck with the 101, but its probably there too if you search right.

Oliver, and MM are listed under White on the agco site.

Case and IH/farmall can be found caseih.com. JD can be found at deere.com. That just leaves Ford, which Id guess is out there too.

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