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Massey Harris & Massey Ferguson Tractors Discussion Forum
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shinnyboots

11-05-2019 07:40:07




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ok gentlemen I'm back this massey 150 is making me crazy I installed power steering on this old tractor, the power steering came off a 165 which is the right one my problem now is the elephant nose on the pitman arm is going to hit my front pump shaft when turned to the left to far anybody know of a adjustment the can prevent this any help will be helpful




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ptfarmer

11-21-2019 12:31:06




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 Re: massey 150 in reply to shinnyboots, 11-05-2019 07:40:07  
It's probably cast steel/malleable iron.



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shinnyboots65

11-21-2019 13:11:24




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 Re: massey 150 in reply to ptfarmer, 11-21-2019 12:31:06  
Ok thanks I'm gonna look around and see if I can find the right one for this stupid thing if not I will modify this one I got



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ptfarmer

11-21-2019 08:16:31




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 Re: massey 150 in reply to shinnyboots, 11-05-2019 07:40:07  
According to the agco MF65 parts book (number does not show up in the 165 parts book). 186152M1 Used Gas And L.P. Tractor Serial Numbers 670012 To 678785. A tractor salvage yard maybe your best bet to find it, or try a dealer. I hope you are able to find it, maybe get a side by side picture of the 2 to see how much different they are.



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shinnyboots

11-21-2019 08:46:58




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 Re: massey 150 in reply to ptfarmer, 11-21-2019 08:16:31  
question is that pitman arm cast or is it just steel if its just steel I may have to take it off notch it and weld it back as long as its not cast



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shinnyboots

11-21-2019 08:26:03




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 Re: massey 150 in reply to ptfarmer, 11-21-2019 08:16:31  
yea its my bad the pump and sector came off of a 65 not a 165 it shows 3 different ones for a 65 one is the same on the 150 the 188550m2 but the reason I think its the 186152m1 because it looks like it sweeps more to the right which would make it clear the pump shaft but I could be wrong I have been wrong many times before



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shinnyboots

11-21-2019 07:56:03




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 Re: massey 150 in reply to shinnyboots, 11-05-2019 07:40:07  
ok gentlemen I think I have found the right number for this stupid tractor's pitman arm the one I've got is a 188550m2 the one I think I need is a 186152m1 anybody have a idea where I might find this creature its got to be a odd ball oh and by the way my front loader is now working like a charm the front pump and new control valve did the trick on that thanks for the info



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John Deere D

11-21-2019 08:20:01




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 Re: massey 150 in reply to shinnyboots, 11-21-2019 07:56:03  
On the internet I entered ....186152m1 Massey Ferguson... and the below showed up:
I have no idea if the item is available still for sale...

The Item # indicates It's an e-bay Item....


Classic & Vintage Parts Heavy Equipment For Sale
/ item#452857024819232
/ MASSEY FERGUSON 186152M1



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shinnyboots

11-21-2019 08:43:00




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 Re: massey 150 in reply to John Deere D, 11-21-2019 08:20:01  
looked on e-bay but nothing came up



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ptfarmer

11-07-2019 20:47:52




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 Re: massey 150 in reply to shinnyboots, 11-05-2019 07:40:07  
Is the pitman arm you are using from a 150, the earlier 65 uses a similar arm to the 150, the 165 uses a totally different pitman arm than the 65.



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shinnyboots65

11-08-2019 04:35:38




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 Re: massey 150 in reply to ptfarmer, 11-07-2019 20:47:52  
It is what's know as the elephant nose off the 165



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ptfarmer

11-07-2019 20:37:04




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 Re: massey 150 in reply to shinnyboots, 11-05-2019 07:40:07  
In the MF parts catalog they show a steering modification kit for the 150 with a front mounted pump (using a MF 99 loader).



I'm still looking for the different pitman arm.



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Bart CA

11-07-2019 08:45:54




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 Re: massey 150 in reply to shinnyboots, 11-05-2019 07:40:07  
Hi, Unfortunately I don't have the part number
Many...many years ago I had the same problem with my MF-65
when installed a front hyd pump.
I asked to the local MF dealer...
they had a pitman arm with different bent to fix this problem.

HTH

Bart



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shinnyboots65

11-07-2019 11:46:26




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 Re: massey 150 in reply to Bart CA, 11-07-2019 08:45:54  
Would it be in the agco book



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DavidP, South Wales

11-06-2019 00:49:51




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 Re: massey 150 in reply to shinnyboots, 11-05-2019 07:40:07  
Hello, I have a 150, one of the very very few in the UK. Having looked at it I believe that I can see your problem. As far as I can see there is no adjustment that will allow you to operate the steering fully. The arms are attached to the shaft via the master spline so cannot be turned. The problem would appear to arise from the fact that the 150 has a trunnion type axle centre beam whereas the standard 165 has a bushed centre-beam. In short, the lower steering arm goes under the centre beam of the 165 (except the row-crop version) and on the 150 the steering arm goes over the top. On the top side of the axle casting the power steering mechanism will be correct with the pedestal etc but its different on the bottom. The answer, not at all sure that there is one. US tractors tend to use front mounted pumps more than we do in the UK so this type of problem seldom arises. Can you re-mount the pump on the PTO shaft?
DavidP, South Wales

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shinnyboots

11-07-2019 12:45:52




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 Re: massey 150 in reply to DavidP, South Wales, 11-06-2019 00:49:51  
thanks for the reply but im trying to keep the pto clear for bush hog and other implements I believe I can get a different pitman arm to go here if I can find it



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