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Massey Harris & Massey Ferguson Tractors Discussion Forum

Massey furgeson doesn't move after lift WHY

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02-09-2018 04:28:35

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U have a masey fugerson mf2RIS used lift to raise spinner wheels ,the spinners dug into the ground and pushed tractor .I heard loud noise. Now the tractor goes in gear but doesn't move.Not sure name of spinner.

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Charles in Aus.

02-09-2018 12:07:24

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 Re: Massey furgeson doesn't move after lift WHY in reply to Superhero, 02-09-2018 04:28:35  
I'm not familiar with that model of tractor , the symptoms you mention sound like you may have broken a shear pin on the transmission shaft .


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DavidP, South Wales

02-09-2018 12:44:57

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 Re: Massey furgeson doesn't move after lift WHY in reply to Charles in Aus., 02-09-2018 12:07:24  
Hello, I would agree with Charles, it's not a model that I have come across before. Normally when this problem occurs it is due to the sheartube breaking in the drive line. It is a sleeve mounted on the output shaft from the gearbox and onto the pinion shaft. The sleeve is deliberately 'weakened' so that it will shear if an excessive load is placed on the transmission. They also fail of their own accord occasionally.
Please clarify the model.
DavidP, South Wales

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