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Opinions on a MF 670 4WD with loader

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04-07-2021 07:26:05

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My brother is looking at a MF 670 4WD with cab and loader on Facebook market place to purchase, see link below.
I looked the MF 670 up on tractordata and it said it was made from 1983 to 1986 with the Perkins AD4.236 engine which I know is a good engine going back to the MF 155.
Gears: 12 forward and 4 reverse, Clutch:304mm dry disc
Three gears (1-3), plus reverse gear, in two ranges with additional two-range speedshift. Gears 2-3 and the speedshift are synchronized.
Is the speedshift the old Multi-Power of the MF 135, 165? Does it still free wheel in Low?

Does anyone have any info good or bad about the MF 670?
Use will be a loader tractor around the farm and for snow blower duty. Do they have remote hydraulic outlets?
He has been an IH/CIH tractor person for years there are still a few MF 135, 155 and some MF compact tractors used by hobby farmers.

Thanks for any info

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04-08-2021 09:13:57

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 Re: Opinions on a MF 670 4WD with loader in reply to JimB2, 04-07-2021 07:26:05  
Guys thanks for info and your replies.
My brother called the owner, he said someone has put a buy hold on it until he can come and inspect it.


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04-07-2021 18:49:27

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 Re: Opinions on a MF 670 4WD with loader in reply to JimB2, 04-07-2021 07:26:05  
I have a 2wd 670 and it has been a decent tractor. Parts are hard to get some times cause it is more of a European tractor and some parts have been discontinued. Right after we bought it the shifter handle broke and it had to be shipped from Europe.

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04-07-2021 12:19:17

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 Re: Opinions on a MF 670 4WD with loader in reply to JimB2, 04-07-2021 07:26:05  
Looks like it has dual remotes, but the loader it plugged into them

The 12x4 trans should be three sticks, no multipower
UK MF products were as good as UK IH products.

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04-07-2021 11:27:47

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 Re: Opinions on a MF 670 4WD with loader in reply to JimB2, 04-07-2021 07:26:05  
I don't think after about 1980 any MF tractors free wheeled anymore. I have only seen them after that time with a button to push to change from Hi to Low and hold back in both.

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