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Massey Harris & Massey Ferguson Tractors Discussion Forum
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1964 Massey Ferguson 65 fuel line

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Forellma

02-16-2021 07:17:08




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I have a slight diesel fuel leak on one of my fuel lines. I replaced the manual lift pump and reused the old lines and the line that runs from the shutoff to the lift pump is leaking at the connection to the lift pump. I can't find the line available anywhere, any ideas where to get a replacement. I'm not up on the different types of connectors, can somebody tell me what type of connector that is used on the fuel line, maybe I can make one if I know what type of connector to get. Thanks!

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Forellma

02-17-2021 08:43:35




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 Re: 1964 Massey Ferguson 65 fuel line in reply to Forellma, 02-16-2021 07:17:08  
Thank you, that is the correct part number 👍



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Forellma

02-17-2021 07:39:10




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 Re: 1964 Massey Ferguson 65 fuel line in reply to Forellma, 02-16-2021 07:17:08  
Thanks for the link that was really helpful! Now where to get the parts?



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Forellma

02-17-2021 06:50:01




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 Re: 1964 Massey Ferguson 65 fuel line in reply to Forellma, 02-16-2021 07:17:08  
it is leaking at the connection, who knows I may have cross threaded it. I was assuming the line is leaking at the ferrule, I have the connection turned all the way in. Maybe I should just get some sort of thread sealant if I've cross threaded the pump and probably have ruined the threads.



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FarmerJones

02-17-2021 06:11:37




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 Re: 1964 Massey Ferguson 65 fuel line in reply to Forellma, 02-16-2021 07:17:08  
I had a similar problem on an early 165. The casting metal on the aftermarket pumps is soft and can be easily cross threaded. The connection will look good but will leak. I would double check the connection before replacing the line unless there is an obvious hole in the line.



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ptfarmer

02-17-2021 05:46:25




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 Re: 1964 Massey Ferguson 65 fuel line in reply to Forellma, 02-16-2021 07:17:08  
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Part number 189172M91 for tractor serial number 677170 and up.



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hymie2lt

02-17-2021 08:13:52




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 Re: 1964 Massey Ferguson 65 fuel line in reply to ptfarmer, 02-17-2021 05:46:25  
OK, now that we know the part number we should be away....
Can you get me your E-mail address? I need a bit more information. I can find new ones. Wayne



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Jim.ME

02-17-2021 03:22:44




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 Re: 1964 Massey Ferguson 65 fuel line in reply to Forellma, 02-16-2021 07:17:08  
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You can try using the parts book you will find on line at https://apb.agcocorp.com/ Pages 142 and 144 show you the options of the line between the tank and fuel lift pump. You will need to determine which diesel engine (direct or indirect injection) and tractor serial number yours is, as there are multiple choices.



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Forellma

02-16-2021 20:50:58




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 Re: 1964 Massey Ferguson 65 fuel line in reply to Forellma, 02-16-2021 07:17:08  
The one on eBay is not the one I have. Im not sure how to find out which part number it is.



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Forellma

02-16-2021 19:53:46




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 Re: 1964 Massey Ferguson 65 fuel line in reply to Forellma, 02-16-2021 07:17:08  
Ok, I thought you were talking about the four injector lines, those seem to be the only ones I can find. Can you get the one I need?



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hymie2lt

02-16-2021 20:03:26




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 Re: 1964 Massey Ferguson 65 fuel line in reply to Forellma, 02-16-2021 19:53:46  
actually if you look on E-bay and search 189506m91...this is my pipe that I do have. I can probably find the others, but we have to make sure we know which one you need. Wayne



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Forellma

02-16-2021 17:23:18




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 Re: 1964 Massey Ferguson 65 fuel line in reply to Forellma, 02-16-2021 07:17:08  
Thank you very much!



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ptfarmer

02-16-2021 17:05:43




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 Re: 1964 Massey Ferguson 65 fuel line in reply to Forellma, 02-16-2021 07:17:08  
Measure the outside diameter of the line, then go to your local autoparts store, get the same diameter steel brake line, then bend it by hand, and cut the ends off. You re-use the nuts from the old line, and you will need some new rubber olives for the ends. That's what I do because you won't find those new.



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Forellma

02-16-2021 16:20:30




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 Re: 1964 Massey Ferguson 65 fuel line in reply to Forellma, 02-16-2021 07:17:08  
Here is the fuel line



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Forellma

02-16-2021 16:04:16




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 Re: 1964 Massey Ferguson 65 fuel line in reply to Forellma, 02-16-2021 07:17:08  
I took a pic of the line but can't figure out how to post it.



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Forellma

02-16-2021 15:51:22




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 Re: 1964 Massey Ferguson 65 fuel line in reply to Forellma, 02-16-2021 07:17:08  
Wayne, those 4 lines are the injector lines, I need the one that runs from the fuel shutoff to the manual lift pump.



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hymie2lt

02-16-2021 19:48:16




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 Re: 1964 Massey Ferguson 65 fuel line in reply to Forellma, 02-16-2021 15:51:22  
The one I do have is a C shape with one end about 2 inches longer than the other. Wayne



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hymie2lt

02-16-2021 19:44:58




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 Re: 1964 Massey Ferguson 65 fuel line in reply to Forellma, 02-16-2021 15:51:22  
NO, those are the ones I am talking about. There are four different part numbers for the one line you are talking about. Wayne



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hymie2lt

02-16-2021 14:13:02




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 Re: 1964 Massey Ferguson 65 fuel line in reply to Forellma, 02-16-2021 07:17:08  
Hello Looks like there are four different lines for this tractor. I have one of them new, and can find the others. If you send me your E-mail, I can send you a photo of the one I do have here. My E-mail is open....bottom right classic view. Wayne



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