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MF 65 with A4-192

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alberta dave

02-16-2021 19:38:04

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I am looking at a MF65 with the A4-192 engine (1960 model). I am told it needs a new injection pump. Will a pump from the A4-203 engine fit and work with the earlier series engine? Not sure if the pump is trash or just needs new seal kit. I have redressed a couple of CAV pumps on 6-354 engines so I am not too afraid of a rebuild if thats all that is required. If I have to buy a new injection pump then I will need to negotiate the price down a bit more.

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Ali fae Crieff

03-04-2021 09:57:28

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 Re: MF 65 with A4-192 in reply to alberta dave, 02-16-2021 19:38:04  
Dave, I am in UK and own a MK1 65 with A4-192 engine. I have been chatting with a guy in France with a problem which you might be able to shed some light on.

Is your tractor a US Detroit build or a UK Coventry build??, the reason for asking is Bert in France has what he thought was an A4-192 engine because it has a two piece sump, with the wedge at the back, but it turns out to be an A4-203.

We were not aware the 65 came with the A4-203 in Europe, I thought this was a US only build as the only mention I have seen of such is in my I & T Shop Service Manual which is a US publication.

Hope you, or anyone else, can help,

Cheers, Ali.

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02-18-2021 09:42:57

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 Re: MF 65 with A4-192 in reply to alberta dave, 02-16-2021 19:38:04  
What is problem with tractor?

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alberta dave

02-18-2021 20:44:40

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 Re: MF 65 with A4-192 in reply to derwen1959, 02-18-2021 09:42:57  
I read somewhere that there was an engine update from 1960 to 1961 with the later engine being a much better starting machine. This one I am told is a 1960 model.

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alberta dave

02-18-2021 20:41:36

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 Re: MF 65 with A4-192 in reply to derwen1959, 02-18-2021 09:42:57  
All I was told was that the injection pump needed to be replaced. The AGCO dealer that has it on consignment either could not find one, or more likely, could only find a very expensive one. I used a MF 65 years ago to load bales and found it had lots of power and was more maneuverable than my 90 hp tractor. Dont know much else about them but we had a MF 35 when I was a kid and that one is still running 60 years later.

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