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Minneapolis Moline Tractors Discussion Forum
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Mongo59

05-30-2020 17:50:03




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I have gone through all 26 pages and have not found any posts dedicated to the 335, is there something I am missing?

I just picked one up and am trying to see what the usual issues could be with this model. Anyone have some input? Thanks in advance.




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Alan K

06-07-2020 11:28:29




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 Re: MM 335 in reply to Mongo59, 05-30-2020 17:50:03  
Earlier 3 point systems had some problems. I have an early 445 (1956) which was updated to the tel-o-flo system that came out in 57 -58. Earlier systems didnt have the rate and cycle levers under the seat and had a large washer and spring on the right hand side of the 3 point arm connected to the lever assembly.



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t.r.k.

06-03-2020 18:24:24




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 Re: MM 335 in reply to Mongo59, 05-30-2020 17:50:03  
I have a 335 with Tel-O-Flow hydraulics and power steering. The lift is sort of on the weak side, other than that it is a pretty good working tractor and I use it with a 5 ft brush cutter a lot. In most going it could probably run a 6ft cutter. I just don't pick up the brush cutter and get along fine.


Just warm up the transmission before you try using low range if your 335 has ampli-torque. It will slip when cold.

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Mongo59

06-04-2020 03:37:07




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 Re: MM 335 in reply to t.r.k., 06-03-2020 18:24:24  
Thanks for the useful info.



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Duane Kaufman

05-31-2020 06:21:23




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 Re: MM 335 in reply to Mongo59, 05-30-2020 17:50:03  
Dear Sir,
I've had a 335 utility for the past 7 years or so, I also have a 445 utility and 5 Star row crop.
The 335 is very much like a smaller version of a 445, and shares many of the attributes from an operational standpoint.
No issues with mine so far. Use it mainly on a JD sickle mower.
It is very maneuverable and responsive.

Sincerely,
Duane Kaufman



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Mongo59

05-31-2020 17:08:27




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 Re: MM 335 in reply to Duane Kaufman, 05-31-2020 06:21:23  
Any over heating problems? Does the clutch hold up when over used in tight places? 3pt lift issues?

Thanks for the info, it is hard to find anyone that actually uses one to ask about them.

The book says they only made 2500 of the utility tractors, I didn't know if they had issues or what.

Again, thanks for the insight.



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Duane Kaufman

06-01-2020 04:55:41




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 Re: MM 335 in reply to Mongo59, 05-31-2020 17:08:27  
Dear Sir,

No heating problems, though I've not pulled it all that hard (but I have mowed in the heat).

Clutch has worked fine, as has the Ampli-Torque and power steering.

I have not hooked anything substantial to 3-pt, but it does go up and down with the lever.

Sincerely,
Duane Kaufman



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