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  1. #1
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    Buffalo, Texas
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    JD5225, JDX340, CubCadet1515, Massey Ferguson MF 175

    Default MF 175

    I have a 1972 MF175, Perkins diesel, multi-power transmission. My main use is heavy brushhog work. I use a Howse heavy duty 6' cutter. I cut some grass, but mainly cut under growth on a timber farm in central tx. This tractor just breezes through 1" to 1 1/2" diameter undergrowth. It has really been a great tractor.
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    Veteran Member Nasty135's Avatar
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    Location
    Southern Md.
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    massey ferguson 135/1433v

    Default Re: MF 175

    BarTX, Welcome to TBN, Nice powerful unit ya got there, will probably out last the brush cutter for sure... [img]/forums/images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]

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    Gold Member redlevel's Avatar
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    100 miles south of Atlanta
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    Ford 600; Farmtrac 535

    Default Re: MF 175

    Good old tractors. In the same league with MF 135. We farmed 200 acres with a 135 and 175 back in the middle 70's. The 175 was the "big" tractor. [img]/forums/images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img] Pulled a 3-bottom plow, 8ft disc, and 4-row planter rig with the 175. You should wear out several mowers and punch holes in a lot of tires before you wear the tractor out.

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