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    My tractor is an old

    Default Re: New MF 135 owner

    Quote Originally Posted by normpete View Post
    I have a MF that was originally painted yellow but now looks like a 135. It has a 3 cyl gas engine Perkins. It has a shuttle-shift, foot gas pedal also, a power steering cylinder on each side, high-low trans, no decal or badge when I got it and a front axle that is non-adjustable. What is it? Can anyone help me? Norm
    The 135 Industrial versions where painted yellow. Google Industrial Massey Ferguson 135 and select pics at the top and you'll probably see many like yours.

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    Default Re: New MF 135 owner

    Hi Murphy

    No my MF (?) the head lights are mounted on the side panels.
    Thanks
    Norm

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    Default Re: New MF 135 owner

    Hello Norm. May I make a suggestion to you and don't take this the wrong way. When you resurrect a three year old message thread, it's easy to overlook and comment about the OP (original poster) who may no longer monitor this site. If you create a new thread/message in the appropriate area it starts everyone on the same page. I almost commented about "Sam in TN" and then saw the thread was three years old. Mu suggestion is to create a new thread and post some pictures of your tractor so we may comment on your questions. Just my

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    Kioti DK 40-Massey ferguson 135-Ventrac 4500 Diesel

    Default Re: New MF 135 owner

    Quote Originally Posted by The kid View Post
    Hello Norm. May I make a suggestion to you and don't take this the wrong way. When you resurrect a three year old message thread, it's easy to overlook and comment about the OP (original poster) who may no longer monitor this site. If you create a new thread/message in the appropriate area it starts everyone on the same page. I almost commented about "Sam in TN" and then saw the thread was three years old. Mu suggestion is to create a new thread and post some pictures of your tractor so we may comment on your questions. Just my
    How is your tractor coming along?
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