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volume1962

09-22-2022 19:13:27




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I have purchased a MF200 compact tractor Serial number 00168.

I continue to search for information concerning this Tractor. I am unable to find any manuals the web always sends me to the
MF 200 crawler.
Any help would be greatly appreciated




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volume1962

09-23-2022 17:56:35




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 Re: MF200 compact Tractor in reply to volume1962, 09-22-2022 19:13:27  
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Thanks everyone . All the suggestions were spot on. Helped tremendously. Im trying to figure out where the glow plugs should hook to the key switch. The switch was replaced and the glow plug was reconnected. Ive ordered a 205 manual.
Thanks again



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ptfarmer

09-22-2022 20:15:35




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 Re: MF200 compact Tractor in reply to volume1962, 09-22-2022 19:13:27  
It's probably a 205, 210 or 220 series made by either Toyosha, or Hinomoto. Link



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Traditional Farmer

09-23-2022 02:00:25




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 Re: MF200 compact Tractor in reply to ptfarmer, 09-22-2022 20:15:35  
If its one of those it about the same as AC 5020 and 5030



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