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    Bronze Member massy1635's Avatar
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    Massey Ferguson 1635 with a factory cab and HEAT

    Default Re: New MF1635 on Order - Accessories?

    I would suggest loading the rear tires with Rim Guard. Will not rot the rims, it will make the tractor much more stable and you will not need chains. It should come with one rear remote as standard. I have a 74" Blizzard snow blower. I have always used snowblowers. Blow it out of the way the first time and never have to touch it again. No snow banks to worry about and you don't have to push the snow half way across the yard to make room for the next storm.
    There is no $50 job I can't do without $100 worth of new tools.

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    Elite Member WilliamBos's Avatar
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    Rims are not loaded on ours, chains have never been out of the box. Tractor is heavy enough to not slide around.
    Thanks,

    Will


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    Default Re: New MF1635 on Order - Accessories?

    Definitely go with the blower, no piles to drift over, just easier all around. Make sure that the blower is wider than the rear tires.

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    Bronze Member Blitzn's Avatar
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    Massey Ferguson 1635 12x12 Shuttle, Exmark Pioneer 48, and toys

    Default Re: New MF1635 on Order - Accessories?

    Got a used 74" Woods Rear Snowblower for snow. Did not load the rims - that does come standard from the dealer. I live in mixed forest, and have several creeks. Rather than turn it into a mudbog, I am better spreading the load, or being able to remove it when necessary - the blower or box grader work well for that.
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    Massey 1635

    Default Re: New MF1635 on Order - Accessories?

    Quote Originally Posted by Blitzn View Post
    Got a used 74" Woods Rear Snowblower for snow. Did not load the rims - that does come standard from the dealer. I live in mixed forest, and have several creeks. Rather than turn it into a mudbog, I am better spreading the load, or being able to remove it when necessary - the blower or box grader work well for that.
    She has arrived! Now I gotta figure how to upload a picture!
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    Looks great!

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    Platinum Member radrock's Avatar
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    Aw. If its a Massey, it a good looking tractor. :-) keep us posted how you like it
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    Default Re: New MF1635 on Order - Accessories?

    i just bought a 1635 the first of oct.you will love that thing.i like the hydo-static it is a smoth running rig.what i really like is the visability for hooking up equpment and watching the bucket.reep

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    Gold Member LMan1967's Avatar
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    Default Re: New MF1635 on Order - Accessories?

    great looking tractor!
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    Bronze Member Blitzn's Avatar
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    Default Re: New MF1635 on Order - Accessories?

    Quote Originally Posted by LMan1967 View Post
    great looking tractor!
    Hey LMan! Where's Kudzu? We used to live in Chalkville!

    Well, so far - loving it. Hurricane Sandy kind of limited the initial activity - everything was a frakkin' bog. have moved two loads of dirt so far. Only item I noticed once was the FEL didn't return to pressure from floating - left a lot of grinding noise as I used it. Next time I cycled it in and out - went away. Spoke with the dealer - perhaps a minor pluggage in the valve - something to watch he said. He'll fix it under warranty if its needed.
    The rear log splitter came this week - hope to get some wood cut.
    Anyone got any nice small plans for a temporary shelter before I get a pole barn built? Sandy has diverted my $ to a new roof instead. :-(
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