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  1. #1
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    YM195D and Zetor 8045 Case 580SK kubota 2320 fel

    Default MF 60 TDL

    I am looking at buying one
    and I would like to know what one should pay for it
    It is a 2WD backhoe and front bucket
    60 hp perkins diesel with a major transmission leak where tranny bolts to engine
    in front of a 4 bolt inspection plate for clutch I think
    Asking $7500.00
    Any comments appreciated

  2. #2

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    Capital District, Upstate New York
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    Satoh S650G, MF135, MF165, JD5205

    Default Re: MF 60 TDL

    DETAILS for TRACTORS from MASSEY FERGUSON
    Model = 60H 2WD

    SPECIFICATIONS


    Years Mfg: 1986-1987
    Fuel: D



    Engine Make: PERKINS AD-4248



    CID: 248



    Engine HP: 74-E



    Cab: NA



    No.Speeds: NA



    Weight(Pounds): N/A



    List Price: N/A





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    <font color=blue>...with a major transmission leak where tranny bolts to engine
    in front of a 4 bolt inspection plate for clutch...</font color=blue>

    You should have a cotter pin where it will drip... (directly in front of the access plate area)

    You'll have to split the tractor, replace transmission seal, and while you're at it, do the rear main bearing seal on the Perkins...

    You didn't indicate how many hours, but you might as well change the clutch as long as it's opened up... [img]/w3tcompact/icons/blush.gif[/img]

  3. #3
    New Member
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    Huntington, WV
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    Massey Fergusion, 60

    Default Re: MF 60 TDL

    I bought a MS60 myself. I need someplace to get parts.

  4. #4
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    ONTARIO
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    MASSEY, CASE , FARMALL

    Default Re: MF 60 TDL

    The tractor will have to be split to fix that gasket. I would think that price is a little high. $5500 is all I would we willing to pay. Especially if it has a bad leak. There's $500-1200 in labor splitting the tractor unless you can do it yourself.

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