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Massey Harris & Massey Ferguson Tractors Discussion Forum

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08-20-2015 16:54:48

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Hey guys i've posted on here before and recieved some good info im hoping for same results this time. I have a mf 135 perkins diesel and could use some wiring diagram for everything like alternator,starter,the glow plug on the intake,voltage regulator ect. also need to know if you are standing in front of tractor on the left side on the rear of the head is a fitting for lubrication to the rocker arm assembly does any one know where the end that stick on the outside of the head connects to. and the tappet adjustment procedure. pictures would be a great help. thanks

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John Deere D

08-20-2015 20:32:59

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 Re: mf 135 in reply to ennisda, 08-20-2015 16:54:48  
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135 Massey Ferguson AD3.152 3 cylinder Perkins diesel (STARBOARD side) as per PICTURE in Service Manual 1448 811 M1

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08-20-2015 20:11:01

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 Re: mf 135 in reply to ennisda, 08-20-2015 16:54:48  
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I own a Massey Ferguson 35 X (1963)with the 3 cylinder perkins "3A-152" Diesel.
Items 52/48/51/50 supply oil to Items 57>53. Item 52 "NPT to tube fitting" connects oil from the right side (startboard) of the engine block to the head via a BULK HEAD fitting ITEM # 57

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08-20-2015 18:15:45

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 Re: mf 135 in reply to ennisda, 08-20-2015 16:54:48  
I think what you are looking at on the rear of the head is the tachometer drive at the camshaft end, should be no grease fitting there or rocker arm shaft either.

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08-20-2015 18:54:25

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 Re: mf 135 in reply to Dieseltech, 08-20-2015 18:15:45  
No i know where the tach is. this is a fitting if you take the valve cover off you will see a tube that run from the center of the rocker arm assembly to the rear of the head and connects to a compression fitting. that fitting goes straight through the head to the outside but mine doesnt have anything on the outside

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08-20-2015 19:09:40

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 Re: mf 135 in reply to ennisda, 08-20-2015 18:54:25  
Then you have some parts missing, the three and four cylinder versions of this engine has an external oil line with banjo bolt to feed oil to the rocker arm assembly. Hope someone didn't block it off.

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