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Massey Ferguson 135 block

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02-01-2021 16:20:08

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I want to replace a bad block that has a rope seal with a block that has a lip seal. I don't think the oil pan will work. The block with the lip seal doesn't have an oil pan. Is there a way to make the rope oil pan to work with the lip seal block.

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02-04-2021 10:52:28

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 Re: Massey Ferguson 135 block in reply to augietheman, 02-01-2021 16:20:08  
A year ago I replaced the original diesel rope seal block in my MF 135 with a lip seal block. I ordered a new short block kit out of Canada that came with all the parts to make the conversion. The parts were from Vapormatic of the UK. I believe Vapormatic has bought the rights to make the Perkins diesel ad3.153 block from Perkins. The kit came with a new short block, new camshaft, new oil pan, new rear adapter plate between the engine and transmission, and a new front adapter plate. The oil pan and rear adapter plate or definitely different that the rope seal ones. However, the front adapter plate was identical to the rope seal one. I used the new one but I could have used the old one. Everything fit and I had no trouble replacing the rope seal block. So, to answer your question, you will need a different oil pan and rear adapter plate. My email is open if you wish to ask more questions.

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02-06-2021 11:06:15

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 Re: Massey Ferguson 135 block in reply to mf135 diesel, 02-04-2021 10:52:28  
Thanks I will have to get a new oil pan and plate between the transmission and motor. Thanks again and God Bless you for the reply

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