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Massey Harris & Massey Ferguson Tractors Discussion Forum
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MF 750 Combine

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pcrh

08-01-2020 05:42:19




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Hi:

I am going to look at a Massey Ferguson 750 Combine and then a 850 combine both with grey cab. Looking for tips on what to check. Good/Bad, weak points.

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pcrh

08-05-2020 14:22:59




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 Re: MF 750 Combine in reply to pcrh, 08-01-2020 05:42:19  
Hi:

In talking with neighbours, they say the combines would be to big for me as I only have a 16 foot windrower/swather. Says the combine will not thrash the grain clean. Are they just grumbling or is their merit to their comments.

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pcrh

08-04-2020 05:50:58




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 Re: MF 750 Combine in reply to pcrh, 08-01-2020 05:42:19  
Hi David Lohf:

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David Lohf

08-03-2020 15:15:58




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 Re: MF 750 Combine in reply to pcrh, 08-01-2020 05:42:19  
I live in Iowa with normal weather. The problem was a bad design with engine radiator getting its air from a hot oil cooler inches away, The 850 would be my bet in a heart beat.



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pcrh

08-03-2020 06:16:42




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 Re: MF 750 Combine in reply to pcrh, 08-01-2020 05:42:19  
Hi David Lohf:

Thanks for your thoughts. Do you farm in a warm area?



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David Lohf

08-02-2020 07:30:08




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 Re: MF 750 Combine in reply to pcrh, 08-01-2020 05:42:19  
We had a 750 for a while it was a good combine except for the oil cooler radiator was too close to the engine radiator that it caused overheating. the solution was tomove the oil cooler to the outside like a 850's. they had a fan that ran off the engine to keep it cool,it blew all heat out of engine compartment.



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pcrh

08-01-2020 20:14:53




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 Re: MF 750 Combine in reply to pcrh, 08-01-2020 05:42:19  
Hi rustred:

Thanks for your thoughts.

The 750 would then be a smaller capacity machine? And, either machine should handle my 300 acres with no problems.

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rustred

08-01-2020 20:21:20




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 Re: MF 750 Combine in reply to pcrh, 08-01-2020 20:14:53  
should be no problem if a person has good weather. i had a 750 first and did 3 quarters. it was 1979 silver cab also.



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rustred

08-01-2020 13:00:30




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 Re: MF 750 Combine in reply to pcrh, 08-01-2020 05:42:19  
the 750 is the prior model and is shorter. basically the same unit. i have the last year biult 850 . just says massey in big letters not massey ferguson. the main drive belt is one of the weak points. other than that good combine and check the normal wearing items like rub bars sives, chains, and such. mine is 1987 i think. dont really have any complaints on it. i dont like is for canola though. you need to add screens on the straw walkers for a clean job. barley wheat is good.

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