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Mount Ford 19-97 loader to 1958 MF35

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keith '44 2N

03-09-2019 18:35:15




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We have a 1958 MF35 and would like to mount a Ford loader model 19-97 to. Does anyone know what front mounting plate is required, or better yet have one available to sell to us. I have the rear mount and assume they are the same whether you mount to Ford or Ferguson since the rear axles are so similar, but if there is a different mount for the rear id like to know that info too. Thanks, Keith




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ptfarmer

03-12-2019 20:48:26




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Some of them may still be available, you can search the part numbers on tractorhouse, or a Case/New Holland dealer like Messicks. Should you decide to fabricate the brackets you will have some idea of what they look like.



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Keith '44 2N

03-12-2019 16:20:41




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Ptfarmer, are you trying to show me that these brackets are available for sale still? If so, I just realized this. Where are these parts pages copied from? I was trying to find it on the web so I can inquire about them. Thanks, Keith



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Keith '44 2N

03-11-2019 19:21:50




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Thanks for all the info!



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ptfarmer

03-11-2019 11:09:17




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2tractors

03-10-2019 06:48:26




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 Re: Mount Ford 19-97 loader to 1958 MF35 in reply to keith '44 2N, 03-09-2019 18:35:15  
My 35 has the 90 something ford loader on it with front mounts to the 4 bolts under the bolster.



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Advs

03-10-2019 17:48:39




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 Re: Mount Ford 19-97 loader to 1958 MF35 in reply to 2tractors, 03-10-2019 06:48:26  
2tractors, I am mounting a Ford 19-97 onto a Massey Ferguson 135. I moved the controls and the supply line from the front pump to the outside of the frame. I extended the rear arms six inches to go under the axel. I have not decided how to fabricate the front bracket yet. Could you post a couple more pictures of your front and rear mounting brackets as examples please.



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2tractors

03-11-2019 06:31:15




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 Re: Mount Ford 19-97 loader to 1958 MF35 in reply to Advs, 03-10-2019 17:48:39  
Try and get those pics up today.



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2tractors

03-11-2019 15:19:43




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 Re: Mount Ford 19-97 loader to 1958 MF35 in reply to 2tractors, 03-11-2019 06:31:15  
here are the pics.



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Advs

03-12-2019 18:03:05




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 Re: Mount Ford 19-97 loader to 1958 MF35 in reply to 2tractors, 03-11-2019 15:19:43  
Thank you! They have been a great help!



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