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MHF - 202. Identification and Clutch question

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MrGym10

01-10-2021 10:04:31




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Hello all,
I have a MHF - 202, with the backhoe and loader. that I am trying to sell. Unfortunately, I messed up the clutch, and am having trouble finding a new one. Stores are telling me that there are 3 possible clutches in this model? My first problem is that I can not identify the year by my serial number JSF 300I80. It appears to be after the MH, and before the MF labels?

Unfortunately, I cant sell my tractor unless I can prove that the parts are available. :(
So, can anyone give me information on my tractor, and where I can get the correct clutch?

Thank you in advance.

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stevieb49829

01-12-2021 20:53:53




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 Re: MHF - 202. Identification and Clutch question in reply to MrGym10, 01-10-2021 10:04:31  
MrGym, it sounds like you've worked the tractor enough to know if you have live PTO. If you can take the tractor out of gear with a partial depress of the clutch, but the PTO keeps turning, I think you have a 2 stage clutch, which will narrow down your selection to the right type of clutch.



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Jim.ME

01-11-2021 15:06:33




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 Re: MHF - 202. Identification and Clutch question in reply to MrGym10, 01-10-2021 10:04:31  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see

Some had just a regular transmission, no shuttle.



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2tractors

01-11-2021 13:09:12




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 Re: MHF - 202. Identification and Clutch question in reply to MrGym10, 01-10-2021 10:04:31  
Where are you located? I thought the workbulls had shuttle shift.



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brooktre

01-11-2021 05:57:58




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 Re: MHF - 202. Identification and Clutch question in reply to MrGym10, 01-10-2021 10:04:31  
Jim is correct, yours is an early "Work Bull" tractor. These were made by MHF prior to the mergers that created MF around 1958. The major difference between your tractor and later models was the front grill.

The clutch is readily available and part numbers can be found online. Search "Agco Parts Books" and then select "Welcome to Agco Parts Books". Under GUEST USER click VIEW BOOKS. It will bring up a search page and you can enter book number 651104 for the 202 series tractors. All the part numbers needed will be found there.

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Jim.ME

01-10-2021 15:50:37




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 Re: MHF - 202. Identification and Clutch question in reply to MrGym10, 01-10-2021 10:04:31  
Some more digging and yours may be a 1957. it looks like the MF202 started in 1958 with s/n 301172. There is some info on the web about other 202s with serial numbers beginning with 300 and they are thought to be 1957s.

To me a fair price is one you and the buyer are satisfied with. Do you want to sell it? If so, how much more did you hope to get and how long do you want to wait to get your asking price? Are you satisfied with this offer based on its present condition? That's what counts.

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MrGym10

01-10-2021 14:09:27




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 Re: MHF - 202. Identification and Clutch question in reply to MrGym10, 01-10-2021 10:04:31  



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MrGym10

01-10-2021 14:07:47




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 Re: MHF - 202. Identification and Clutch question in reply to MrGym10, 01-10-2021 10:04:31  
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MrGym10

01-10-2021 14:06:56




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 Re: MHF - 202. Identification and Clutch question in reply to MrGym10, 01-10-2021 10:04:31  
Here is one photo. Hope this helps



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MrGym10

01-10-2021 13:13:28




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 Re: MHF - 202. Identification and Clutch question in reply to MrGym10, 01-10-2021 10:04:31  
Youre right, its not letting me post.
I have an offer to sell at $2400, as is.

All hydraulics work fine, tractor runs great. It is rusty and need the clutch and brakes worked on.

Does this sound like a fair price?

Thank you for your time.



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Jim.ME

01-10-2021 12:16:15




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 Re: MHF - 202. Identification and Clutch question in reply to MrGym10, 01-10-2021 10:04:31  
This site's store likely has the correct clutch. You will need to look at yours to confirm which one it is. If the YT Store doesn't have it other places will.

Someone may be along with better info on your serial number, but here is a guess on what it may be, if the serial number prefix letters are the same as some others:

J = Industrial

S = Standard width

F = single stage clutch

# 300180 might fall in the 1962 build year

You may need to go down to the Site Comments and ask for permission to post pictures. The site spam filters usually block new users (those having 5 or fewer posts) from posting pictures.

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Dieseltech

01-10-2021 11:43:55




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 Re: MHF - 202. Identification and Clutch question in reply to MrGym10, 01-10-2021 10:04:31  
A picture would help, but I think your 202 is the industrial model of the TO-35. Three clutches were available, a single clutch, an early and late version of the dual two stage clutch. Engine would be the Continental Z134 gas four cylinder, and parts should not be a problem.



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