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Massey Harris & Massey Ferguson Tractors Discussion Forum
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MF202 Tractormeter

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Caryc

01-09-2019 14:43:00




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I need a new tractormeter on my 202. It has no cable at all on it right now. I have all the manuals but none of them actually shows where the cable attaches to the tractor. Any help would be appreciated.




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Caryc

01-10-2019 07:48:19




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 Re: MF202 Tractormeter in reply to Caryc, 01-09-2019 14:43:00  
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Man...some people have no consideration at all for the next owner do they? :mrgreen:



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ptfarmer

01-10-2019 06:12:37




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 Re: MF202 Tractormeter in reply to Caryc, 01-09-2019 14:43:00  
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My 2135 was the same way, someone at one time swapped the generator out for one that didn't have a tach drive on the back. They are more common, and cheaper without the tach drive.



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Caryc

01-09-2019 19:57:11




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 Re: MF202 Tractormeter in reply to Caryc, 01-09-2019 14:43:00  
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So am I to assume that my generator is not the stock generator? Otherwise why would that generator with no tach drive be on there since the tractor has a tach?



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ptfarmer

01-09-2019 19:20:48




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 Re: MF202 Tractormeter in reply to Caryc, 01-09-2019 14:43:00  
A drop, or two of engine oil should be ok.



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ptfarmer

01-09-2019 19:16:42




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 Re: MF202 Tractormeter in reply to Caryc, 01-09-2019 14:43:00  
You could convert it to a one wire alternator https://www.yesterdaystractors.com/Massey-Ferguson-202_Alternator-with-Tach-Drive_ADR0382.html and order the brackets. they have the drive for the generator https://www.yesterdaystractors.com/Massey-Ferguson-202_Proofmeter-Drive-Assembly_1751295M91.html but don't know if it will fit your generator.

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Phil Tibbetts

01-10-2019 04:13:59




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 Re: MF202 Tractormeter in reply to ptfarmer, 01-09-2019 19:16:42  
That would be the smart move. IMO



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Caryc

01-09-2019 16:51:43




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I see the little plastic plug for oil in that picture. How much oil should I put in there? Would regular engine oil be ok?



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Caryc

01-09-2019 16:41:59




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That's kind of what I figured but this is the back of my generator. No place for a tach there.



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ptfarmer

01-09-2019 15:39:52




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 Re: MF202 Tractormeter in reply to Caryc, 01-09-2019 14:43:00  
The 202 tach cable was run off the back of the generator.



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