You will note there is also a link there you can click to go to their publications site to find your manuals, in different formats, for purchase. I would recommend getting the service manual as a packet, rather than assembly, if you want a printed copy. I don't see a need to pay them extra ($60 - $75 more than the packet cost) to put the packet pages in a three ring binder.
Re: MF-135 Hydraulics in reply to cstory, 09-10-2020 06:55:51
Hi, if you have any questions about the hydraulics or the tractor in general, one of us on here will be able to help you. As for the workshop manual, always buy a genuine MF one if you can. They should be available on dvd from someone on your side of the pond. DavidP, South Wales
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