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Massey Harris & Massey Ferguson Tractors Discussion Forum
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102 loader on 150

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FarmerFred7

06-12-2019 16:25:31




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I have a chance to buy a 102-A MF (Davis??) Loader for basically scrap pricing. It has a front mounted pump, but not sure if it works. serial number 28935.

It's off a TO-35, should fit a 135, and I see how those mounted up in the front. My 150 has mounts on the sides. But the rest of the frame looks mighty similar to what's usually on a 150.
I wondering/hoping that with some side brackets welded up, this loader and it's front mounted pump would work with a 150?? Anyone know??

https://rochester.craigslist.org/grd/6886564628.html

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FarmerFred7

06-16-2019 07:40:04




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 Re: 102 loader on 150 in reply to FarmerFred7, 06-12-2019 16:25:31  
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"Correct Brackets" -- you are talking about the side mounted plates right? I have a set off a similar loader, they like wrap around the frame, but wasn't sure if they would line up for not.
This one on Craigslist tapers in .
Other than that, do you think mounting the front pump would be an issue? I've found the crankshaft coupler plate and the splined shaft but idk if they will line up.

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ptfarmer

06-16-2019 06:16:50




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 Re: 102 loader on 150 in reply to FarmerFred7, 06-12-2019 16:25:31  
The 150 has a different front axle, and front axle support than the smaller 35's (like the TO35, 35, 135). It will need either the correct brackets to mount it, or have the existing mounting brackets modified, or new ones fabricated.



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Caryc

06-15-2019 22:30:26




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 Re: 102 loader on 150 in reply to FarmerFred7, 06-12-2019 16:25:31  
I have the same loader on my MF202. That's the industrial version of the MF35.



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FarmerFred7

06-15-2019 18:40:39




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 Re: 102 loader on 150 in reply to FarmerFred7, 06-12-2019 16:25:31  
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Loader was on a to-35. Current owner bought the to-35 with the loader already removed. He is selling the loader as he doesn't need it.
I can't find any info online about what type of pump it has or if that would work with my 150. I know the 35 would swap to the 135, which has the same engine as my 150, so I am hopeful.

The frame looks very similar to the loaders I've seen on 150s in pictures. But it tapers in toward the front, and may be too narrow. I'm not sure of the differences (if any) in the front clips between the to-35, 135, and 150.

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Caryc

06-15-2019 15:23:59




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Can you not talk to the owner and ask him what he had it on and if the pump works? Usually people are not going to remove a whole loader just because the front mounted pump goes bad.



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thoner7

06-15-2019 10:24:41




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I'd be interested in this answer two as I am having some issues with my 3 point hydraulics, which also run my loader. Going to an industrial style with dedicated front pump would be awesome.



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FarmerFred7

06-14-2019 16:54:28




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 Re: 102 loader on 150 in reply to FarmerFred7, 06-12-2019 16:25:31  
Would there be a way to verify if the front hydraulic pump works on this unit if I go to see it? Not sure if it would pump if turned by hand or not



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