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    Default Looking for Massey MF1020 parts.

    Hi everyone,
    I had to do some repairs on my MF1020 4x4 tractor. Having the front wheels apart, I am looking for a few parts to be able to get it back together. Anyone know where to find parts for this tractor. The parts I need are discontinued according to the Massey (Agco)dealers. Any of these parts laying around somewhere?

    Here are the parts I am looking for.
    # 3281354M2 or (72099100) kingpin seal
    # 3281353M1 thrust bearing
    # 3284254M1 tie rod end RH

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    Default Re: Looking for Massey MF1020 parts.

    You can check some salvage yards. I know there is one at West Kentucky tractor parts.

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    Default Re: Looking for Massey MF1020 parts.

    Thank's, I will give them a try. Oil seals are rarely good when they get dismantled off a piece of used equipement, but I guess I haven't got much of a choice. It's either that or nothing.
    I might end up fabricating something on the lathe, to make a more standard seal fit.
    Regards,

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    Default Re: Looking for Massey MF1020 parts.

    Did you ever find that king pin seal? I am having the same problem. I also have a MF 4wd 1020 and messed up the seal getting it out.
    Did you fabricate one?
    Cheers

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    Default Re: Looking for Massey MF1020 parts.

    I ended up fabricating some. You could get something made yourself at a local machine shop. What I did is, I made a ring out of brass the same dimension as the seal. I made a groove on each side of the ring to hold an o-ring. Having an o-ring on each rubbing surface acts as a seal. It has been working just fine since I put it back together. Sorry I didn't make a blue print, it would have made it easier for you.
    Hope this advice helps.
    These tractors are fantastic, till you have to start looking for parts.
    Good luck !

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    Default Re: Looking for Massey MF1020 parts.

    Thanks for the idea. I am trying to picture where the 'O' rings go. One around the circumference and one imbedded in the top.
    ??

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    Default Re: Looking for Massey MF1020 parts.

    If I remember right, you need an o-ring on the top surface and another on the inside. In other words, if you have a brass ring in the same dimensions as the seal, if you lay it flat on your workbench, you should have a groove for an o-ring, on the top surface and another one on the inside surface of your brass ring to seal against the kingpin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marcellin View Post
    If I remember right, you need an o-ring on the top surface and another on the inside. In other words, if you have a brass ring in the same dimensions as the seal, if you lay it flat on your workbench, you should have a groove for an o-ring, on the top surface and another one on the inside surface of your brass ring to seal against the kingpin.
    Thanks I can picture what needs to be done. this is my 1st tractor and 1st time ever tearing into one. your description really helps.
    I have located the seal in China, but have had no replies to my inquiries as yet. My fingers are crossed.
    thanks again for your help!

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    Default Re: Looking for Massey MF1020 parts.

    I hope you solve your problem. To my experience with ordering from China, they normally answer, but takes a few days to a week.
    Regards.

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    Default Re: Looking for Massey MF1020 parts.

    thanks again. How do you usually pay when ordering from China?

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