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    Default Difference between 202 & TO 35

    hello all. I have a MF TO35 backhoe. I have a chance to buy a MF 202 in great shape. Is it possible to put my front end loader and backhoe onto the 202. The 202 is 100 miles away from me. don't want go drive 200 miles to check it out. If I can find put here.
    What is the difference between the TO35 and the 202 anyway. thanks for reading. Gary

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    Default Re: Difference between 202 & TO 35

    The 202 is pretty much the same except for front end which is built much heavier than the to35 is which is a very good thing. I've never done a front end loader swap between the two, but the front mount for the loader/backhoe may possibly need to be changed some. Some fabrication, or modification for the front mount maybe needed, so even if you may need pay to have any work done in the long run it would be worth it IMHO.
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    Default Re: Difference between 202 & TO 35

    Quote Originally Posted by Kenneth S View Post
    The 202 is pretty much the same except for front end which is built much heavier than the to35 is which is a very good thing. I've never done a front end loader swap between the two, but the front mount for the loader/backhoe may possibly need to be changed some. Some fabrication, or modification for the front mount maybe needed, so even if you may need pay to have any work done in the long run it would be worth it IMHO.
    thank you.

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    Default Re: Difference between 202 & TO 35

    Kenneth nailed it, the rear mounts should bolt right up. The nose of the 202 is different, has a huge steel encasement that goes around the nose. Also has a heavier front axle, just like the Massey 35 Utility, and the 202 should have power steering as well.

    If the price is right, I'd jump on it, they're a great machine. My cousin has one and it's a beast.

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