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Harry Ferguson Tractors Discussion Forum

Harry Ferguson TO 30 with a frontend loader

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08-06-2020 20:46:03

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Any assistance will be greatly appreciated. I have just bought a Harry Ferguson TO30 with a frontend loader
The tractor itself, other than its missing the hood is in what I would consider better than average condition everything works as it should, seems to run strong

Biggest problem is that the front pump , shaft and harmonic balancer pulley adapter is missing and I need a replacement

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08-07-2020 23:34:28

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 Re: Harry Ferguson TO 30 with a frontend loader in reply to MFTO30.mills, 08-06-2020 20:46:03  
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Thank you for your reply, to be honest I'm still unsure of specifically the correct part due to there being missing completely.
Any chances you might know the exact patt numbers for those three items ?

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08-08-2020 06:00:25

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 Re: Harry Ferguson TO 30 with a frontend loader in reply to MFTO30.mills, 08-07-2020 23:34:28  
Can't do that. FEL was aftermarket add on. Who did it? PO or dealer? That actually would not make much difference at this age. Your best bet might be a trip to the local Case or New Holland dealer and get some part numbers and a pic. You should at least buy the hex drive shaft and the pulley mount from them for the troubles of looking it all up for you.
Be glad you have a TO-30. The loader front pulley might still be in production. The TO-20 pulley is totally obsolete. 1753729M91 is your hub mount number and them comes the Part No: L78-13 shaft mount. Beyond that is the shaft and good luck on that as well as the pump itself. Go over to the 8N Ford board and see what you get for info. Ebay might be your friend if someone is parting out a machine. Surplus center hydraulics might also be your friend.
I haven't had to look for this stuff for many years. Now I have two machines with a FEL and another two machines without FEL. Then a few machines. . . .

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08-08-2020 09:29:12

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 Re: Harry Ferguson TO 30 with a frontend loader in reply to Bruce(OR), 08-08-2020 06:00:25  
Here is another part of your set up. Hope your fab skills are snuff. If not, then deep pockets will follow.

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08-07-2020 04:12:29

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 Re: Harry Ferguson TO 30 with a frontend loader in reply to MFTO30.mills, 08-06-2020 20:46:03  
Congratulations, you have a very good tractor to work with. Your parts are available here on the parts link top of the page,”Ferguson”, and look at the hydraulic parts there, also Steiner tractor is a great source.

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