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  1. Re: How important is spelling and punctuation to you?

    Yes, they're all there, and they succeeded in their goal of providing a sentence that contains all the letters of the alphabet. I hope, some day, to think of two more sentences too. Maybe after that,...
  2. Re: How important is spelling and punctuation to you?

    I remember it sounding like "rastro".
  3. Re: How important is spelling and punctuation to you?

    I remember the practice paragraph that started out, "now is the time for all good men to come to the aid of their country". I think it is correct, although it was 45 years ago.
  4. Re: How important is spelling and punctuation to you?

    These kinds of threads always seem to bring out the best in people!!!!!:laughing:
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    Re: How fast can you lose something??

    The comforting feeling is that you always find it in the last place you look.:laughing: That of course is unless you forgot that you found it already.:drink:
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    Re: Anyone ever shot a buzzard?

    Was at an eagle watch years ago and they had live eagles, hawks, falcons, owls on display and had the owl and falcon fly around the room back to the handler. The owl was absolutely silent flying. ...
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    Re: General forum's disappearing

    Found a switch on the right hand side of the forum title bar. If it is horizontal, all sub topics in the forum show up. If it is verticle, all that shows is the forum title bar. So, if you're not...
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    General forum's disappearing

    When I go to "tractorbynet.cbubom" forums page, the general forums appear then minimize. I have to click on the general forums title then they will open up again. Although they are in a slightly...
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    Oil & Fuel Re: brushog gearbox oil

    The fill plug on my Woods mower has a cotter key to keep vent open to prevent any pressure buildup in gear case.
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    Re: Garage sizing for tractor and implements

    Built a 30 by 50, with 16 foot under truss in 2007. 2 doors on 30 foot gable end. 1, 10 by 10 OH door and 1, 12 by 14 foot OH door. Big enough to fit a fifth wheel camper to back in then run...
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    hard freeze warning for Daytona Beach

    Predicted lows in the 20's overnight and early Friday morning. Warming to high 60's to low 70's for race on Sunday. Not the warm weather the northerner's would hope for, but a whole lot better than...
  12. Re: Oil prices are falling, and layoffs have started

    Gas up another .09 cents per gallon here in central Iowa. Jumped between 3:30 and 5:30 this afternoon. 2.14 currently.
  13. Thread: model ?

    by SIMassey
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    Re: model ?

    According to tractordata.com, the serial number fits either a 135, 150, or a 165. That's the only ones I looked up. Need more info. Pictures worth a thousand words. Serial numbers for industrial...
  14. 3-Point Hitch Re: Does hydraulic filter change require lift cover removal?

    Glad to be a service
  15. Re: Cutting Grade - CUT, BB and FEL Do the Job?

    Prepared a pad for a 20 by 50 addition to my pole building two years ago with a Massey 135, 2 wd. with diff. lock and a KK 6 foot box blade.

    I did the opposite. Far back corner away from building...
  16. Re: Pole construction census: 6"x6" PT post, VS: 3x 2"x6" PT glued/or not glued lamin

    On mine, pt was only used for bottom sections that were to be buried. My understanding is, that is a special grade of pt to be used for direct contact with soil. I never knew this until a couple...
  17. Re: Pole construction census: 6"x6" PT post, VS: 3x 2"x6" PT glued/or not glued lamin

    Wick uses 3 2x6s . Truss is sandwiched between outside layers then bolted. Center board was left short and did not extend to top of post, when truss elevation was established, center board was cut...
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    Re: I'm so lucky.......

    Check to see if you have a damaged ring gear. Sounds like that may be a possibility, since you have had problems with a newly rebuilt starter.
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    Re: Who do I ask for help?

    You also need to consider your safety. We have had some close calls with tornados in the area.
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    Re: Who do I ask for help?

    We are in our early sixties and looking at retiring in about a year and a half. Living on the big city in a two story. Looking to build a one story with walkout in northern Clarke county. Wife had a...
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    Re: PTO remove and replace

    http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/massey-ferguson-classic-vintage/245329-refurbishing-my-z145-135-a-post3007878.html#post3007878

    Check out the #135 post. The attached photos have been pulled. I...
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    Re: another snow storm

    The 12 inches we got last weekend in Iowa that prompted this thread is disappearing fast. Temps the last two days have been the forty's and will be again today. Roads have been real sloppy, cars are...
  23. Re: Oil prices are falling, and layoffs have started

    I don't know where price of oil is headed right now but the price of gasoline has risen $.22 in the last week here in central Iowa. Currently $2.05 a gallon.
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    Re: Snow Decisions?

    Same here in Iowa. Down below zero tonight. Cleaned drive earlier of heavy wet snow but will have to deal with drifted snow in morning.
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    Re: Good morning!!!!

    This the 4,000,000 post?
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    another snow storm

    Winter storm warning posted from Iowa to the east coast. They are predicting 9 inches in Des Moines. I see Boston is predicting 10 to 14 inches. Just transitioned from rain to snow here about 6 pm...
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    Re: New welding cart (sort of)

    I really don't care about the size of the numbers.:licking:
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    Re: Official 4,000,000th Post Contest!

    February 1 2015 2:36 pm
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    Re: sway chains.. What have I got wrong?i

    I agree
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    Re: sway chains.. What have I got wrong?i

    I doubt they are designed to lock your three point from swinging. I believe they are just supposed to limit the amount of swing so the arms don't contact the tires. Check with the dealer you bought...
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    Re: Major Noreaster predicted for the weekend

    NWS - National Mosaic Enhanced Radar Image: Full Resolution Loop.

    Check out this website. It looks like a monster storm and building. We'll see if it builds big enough to reach further south in...
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    Re: Major Noreaster predicted for the weekend

    The latest is, blizzard conditions for for east coast tomorrow as storm in Midwest moves east and intensifies.
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    Major Noreaster predicted for the weekend

    Meteorologist in central Iowa says the east coast will experience a major noreaster this weekend. Storm is developing in the four corners area moving east and up the coast. Get your tractors...
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    Re: figure 8 with box blade

    Don't take this wrong but I don't know how to word this any other way. Why do you have the sway bar locked in the first place. You have the sides plates of the box blade sliced in to the soil, the...
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    Re: MF 35 half shaft collars

    Not sure what you mean by half shaft collars.
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    Oil & Fuel Re: Getting My "New" MF35 in Shape

    Been following another thread concerning a 35 and found the trans differential oil is 80 weight mineral oil. Could lower winter temperature be the cause
  37. Re: MF 1030- Need some basic information.......

    Diesel fuel has been the solvent most recommended on this forum. I used a pump up garden sprayer and reached in through a side cover an flushed out everywhere I could reach. Let it drain overnight....
  38. Re: MF 1030- Need some basic information.......

    According to tractordata.com 29.6 quarts, don't know what oil type.
  39. 3-Point Hitch Re: Massey Ferguson MF 35 Utility Tractor Front end Loader

    Just looked at Big Dean Austin's website yesterday on another issue and he states that older MF tractors prior to the 100 series should use a 80 / 90 weight mineral oil in the transmission / ...
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    Re: gear shifting!

    I can't remember for sure, but it seems like I read on big Deans web site when it was still active that if you have trouble shifting the high - low range lever and you have multi- power, shift to low...
  41. 3-Point Hitch Re: Does hydraulic filter change require lift cover removal?

    I have the I&T manual also. From what I have read here, General consensus is the genuine Massey owners and service manuals. Other posters have purchased them on e-bay or a dealer.

    The safety wire...
  42. 3-Point Hitch Re: Does hydraulic filter change require lift cover removal?

    Filter screen is accessable through PTO lever cover after draining fluid. There are two drain plugs both on left hand side. eight gallons plus water. Filter screen screw is retained by a safety wire....
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    Re: 1964 Massey Ferguson 150

    Since you don't have multi-power the leaage is likely the transmission input shaft seal. If the transmission is severely over full, the seal may under greater pressure and may leak. A drop or two is...
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    Re: 1964 Massey Ferguson 150

    According to tractordata.com, the 150 was available with a 4 speed with high/low, 3 speed with high/low, and 3 speed with high/low and multi-power
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    Re: 1964 Massey Ferguson 150

    Multi-power is a hydraulically operated clutch which splits each gear into a high or low range which can be shifted on the go without using the clutch. It would make a standard 3 speed transmission...
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    Re: 1964 Massey Ferguson 150

    Is there a small shift lever on the lower right side of the dash? There may be a slot there with a cover plate if it doesn't have multi-power.
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    Re: 1964 Massey Ferguson 150

    Multi-power transmission or not? If multipower, could be more serious.
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    Re: What is your favorite Quote or Saying?

    Why is there never time to do it right but always time to do it over.
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    Re: snow plow FEL protection

    Can't get tablet to show link. Thread is "is crossover relief valve important" by Bap. It's on page 11
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    Re: massey ferguson 250 remote hydraulics

    I believe what you have pictured is a dirverter valve specifically designed to replace the transfer cover on the top of the transmission housing in front of the seat, between your legs. Is this...
  51. 3-Point Hitch Re: Massey Ferguson MF 35 Utility Tractor Front end Loader

    Now that we know you have a separate system for the loader, I have to believe the only levers that control the the hydraulics are the position a draft levers on the right hand side of the seat. ...
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    Oil & Fuel Re: MF 135 battery not charging, what to do?

    Check out another related thread by "upland cattle dog" to confirm my suspicions. Farmwithjunk explains the same problem and solution.
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    Oil & Fuel Re: MF 135 battery not charging, what to do?

    That one is for a generator not alternator.
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    Oil & Fuel Re: MF 135 battery not charging, what to do?

    Check out this thread. Massey Ferguson 135 electrical woes. There is a picture of under the dash. On the right hand side, there is an oil line with what looks like a diaphragm switch with two...
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    Oil & Fuel Re: MF 135 battery not charging, what to do?

    Seems to me that I remember reading here that there is a switch or relay triggered by the oil pressure that controls the charging of the battery. The theory being, since there is no ignition switch...
  56. 3-Point Hitch Re: Massey Ferguson MF 35 Utility Tractor Front end Loader

    I believe I can help you. I have a 135 with a loader which is the successor to the 35. Massey hydraulics can be complicated when trying to run a loader and three point hitch. Some of what I write...
  57. 3-Point Hitch Re: Massey Ferguson MF 35 Utility Tractor Front end Loader

    Do you have any hydraulic levers on top of the transmission between the shift levers and the seat between your legs?
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    Re: Parker 3000 psi hydraulic hoses???

    When I converted mine, I paid about $135 for a 2 1/2 inch bore, 24 inch stroke cylinder, and about $24 for a 1/2 by 12 foot hose. I'd say the other person is getting the better end of the deal.
  59. Thread: RV Project

    by SIMassey
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    Re: RV Project

    Had an 81 Wilderness 17 ft. that had an identical layout. Really liked the front couch / pullout bed design because we would normally leave the bed pulled out since we had the separate dinette.
    ...
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    Re: shower base removal

    Well,I got the base out. Tried to post some pictures earlier, but they would not upload. Took it out in two pieces and loaded on a hand truck and eased it down the stairs. Not a bit of trouble.

    ...
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    Re: shower base removal

    400411

    Borrowed this from a guy I work with. It's a Milwaukee model H-834. 3/4 inch, 3000 blows per minute. Wife won't let me try it yet since its Thanksgiving. Gotta wait till Friday. Got...
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    Re: shower base removal

    400190

    I usually take pictures with a digital camera and download to my laptop and use it when attaching pictures. The laptop is down, I took this with a tablet to see if I would be able to do...
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    Re: shower base removal

    Thanks for the quick responses. I would rather bust it up like you guys suggest but was fearing damaging the ceiling below. As all have stated, it looks like a dry mix, so I'm going to give the...
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    shower base removal

    I have a concrete poured in place shower base on the second floor of my home. Finished drywall ceiling below which is above the island in the kitchen. The drain and p-trap, I believe was poured...
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    Re: adding top and tilt

    The power beyond adapter takes oil from the pump that flows through the valve body and routes it to another use down stream. If the adapter is not used and that port is plugged the oil is returned to...
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    Re: adding top and tilt

    Looks like the valve is from Pace Manufacturing if you zoom up on the one picture. Valve looks very similar to a Brand Hydraulics joystick so the power beyond would be on the top.
  67. Re: International 3850 Wheel Loader (tractor) bucket hydraulic issue....insight neede

    [QUOTE=J_J;3956087]Remove the hose from a matching cyl and cap the lines.

    With the cyl retracted, remove the base end hose from a single cyl and retract the cyl some more.

    If you have flow, the...
  68. Re: International 3850 Wheel Loader (tractor) bucket hydraulic issue....insight neede

    J J, isn't there a way test for leaking cylinder piston seals you described in another thread?
  69. Re: hydraulic stand pipe and diverter block problems

    Do a search for a thread by klancf51. I think it was titled "help with Massey 135 standpoint with pressure control". Also a thread servicing the hydraulic standpoint.
  70. Re: Nice Story..........Something about a tractor!!!

    X2. Gives hope that good things can come from from individuals rather than all the trash we normally hear about.
  71. Thread: single acting

    by SIMassey
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    Re: single acting

    Maybe he has on old single acting hoist a on an old running gear with a grain box. I don't think those would be very easy to convert to a double acting cylinder or be worth the investment of a new...
  72. Thread: single acting

    by SIMassey
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    Re: single acting

    [QUOTE=Young Ed;3942082]considering this trailer only gets used half a dozen or so times a year and probably gets tipped less than 50 or so times a year i will probably just kit it out for double...
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    Re: Utv/Side by side?

    It was the wife's idea to buy ours. There are places on our property that she had never seen before getting it. Wouldn't part with it for anything now. One of the handiest tools we have on the 12...
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    Re: mf65 mutipower transmisson replacement

    Just in case you don't know, engine braking only works in high multipower.
  75. Re: MF 135 with loader - how to operate snow thrower chute from aux hydraulics?

    The only problem with the hook up in my previous post is that you would not be able to use all three functions at this same time without switching one or both diverter valves. One other possibility...
  76. Re: MF 135 with loader - how to operate snow thrower chute from aux hydraulics?

    Trip bucket or hydraulic bucket?

    The red handle valve would stop fluid flow to the loader so fluid would flow to the rear quick disconnects.


    The hose that runs to the rear of the tractor...
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    Re: 2 stage pump for loader

    I am not familiar with the Power Trac, but IMHO, I am suprised that they would tie the lift and steering into the same system

    without having a larger capacity gpm. You stated the lift is...
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    Re: 2 stage pump for loader

    What's the PTO pump used for??
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    Re: 2 stage pump for loader

    Current listing for power trac 1445 lists pto at 15 gpm. Yours old and different?
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    Re: 2 stage pump for loader

    I would think you need to run a priority valve directing the first few gallons to the steering circuit relieved to maybe 600 psi. Many steering systems run low pressure I am told. The only problem...
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    Re: Lucky to be ALIVE!!!

    I had a similar experience last winter. The battery on my tractor died and needed to get the tractor running. The battery is under a hinged hood and I was unable to open it easily because of the...
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    Re: Massey 50 diverter problem?

    If the standpoint came out when you took the diverter valve off, you may not get it inserted back into the pump correctly without draining a couple of gallons of fluid and removing the cover on the...
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    Re: Massey 50 diverter problem?

    I don't want to insult anyone. I am just trying to help. You probably have a two stage clutch so the clutch pedal needs to be up through the second stage for the hydraulic pump to run. The position...
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    Re: Massey 50 diverter problem?

    Position lever all the way back in the constant pumping position??
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    Re: Another Good Snake

    The moskieto's bite though.
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    Re: mf 175 hydraulic issues

    You should not be feeding the loader valve from the line on the side of the lift cover. You are correct that the Massey valve get fed from the stand pipe.(edit The hose coming from the loader...
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    Re: mf 175 hydraulic issues

    I am trying to visualize in my mind how your system is hooked up. Pictures would help.

    First of all, does your valve look like the valve in the thread I had you look at? Is it a single lever or...
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    Re: Massey Ferguson 165 Spool valve replaced

    I am assuming you purchased a genuine Massey three spool valve. The left hand lever controls the three point and the center and the right control remotes or possibly a loader, you have not mentioned...
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    Re: mf 175 hydraulic issues

    http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/massey-ferguson-owning-operating/311858-massey-150-strange-hydraulic-issues-new-post.html Check out this thread, I think you have similar issues. If this doesn't...
  90. Thread: new popup

    by SIMassey
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    new popup

    anyone else getting the "one question site survey"?? what a pita.
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    3-Point Hitch Re: Massey 150 strange hydraulic issues

    If you keep the Massey valve, to use the loader, you will need to center the left valve, and pull and hold the right hand lever to supply a constant flow of oil to the new valve. To use the three...
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    Re: Massey 390 Three Point Controls?

    looking at agcopartsbooks.com, it apears that it is a divirter valve to switch hydraulic flow from the three point controls to the auxiliary rear remotes. Just a guess from your descriptions.
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    3-Point Hitch Re: Massey 150 strange hydraulic issues

    Yes, plug the ports on the left hand valve after disconnecting the bucket hoses. You should be able to get plugs with o-ring seals. I think the thread and pitch is a 3/4 -16.



    After the...
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    3-Point Hitch Re: Massey 150 strange hydraulic issues

    Rereading your posts, are you aware you need to have the lever closest to the seat on the right hand side pulled all the way back to the constant pumping position to operate the loader? The way you...
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    Re: Still looking for a glass seiment bowl

    Have you tried the Tractor Supply in Palatka, they would certainly have what you need or could order it. Highway 19 between 20 and 100.
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    3-Point Hitch Re: Massey 150 strange hydraulic issues

    What you are experiencing is quite normal. IMHO the former owner is feeding you a line of BS.

    With the Massey valve, normally the left hand lever works in conjunction with the three point hitch...
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    Re: massey 65 hydralic leak

    I am assuming from reading the post you have on the hydraulics forum that this may be a new tractor to you. Based on that, it could be that you have a two stage clutch on that tractor. Stage one...
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    Re: new member hydralic oil leak

    There's two separate posters on this thread confusing things. dadglen, asked the same question on the parts / repair forum and now hijacked this thread. I gave him an answer to his leak problem on...
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    Re: massey 65 hydralic leak

    The only reason I can think of is if it has multipower, the seal rings on the transmissions input shaft, or the hydraulic fitting to the the multipower valve is leaking. Shift to low multipower and...
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    Loader Re: Massey 245 Remote

    How is the loader hydraulics hooked to the tractor?

    Pictures of the hookups on the tractor and loader would help for members to give advice. The Massey hydraulics are unique compared to other...
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