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  1. J

    MF 1010 - New Member

    It's the Toyosha 3 cyl diesel. Of course, Toyosha doesn't actually exist anymore but there are compatible parts. In my case the engine appears to be sound. It was running before the rodents got into the wiring. Now, I don't "really" have a need for the tractor but I like working on it.
  2. J

    Rebuilding Electrical on MF1010

    Good idea... I was also thinking about putting a few washers behind to space the rectifier creating a little space between the surface of the dash for air flow.
  3. J

    Rebuilding Electrical on MF1010

    Well, I gather from reading around more from complaints rather than advice that the regulator/rectifier goes under the dash to the left of the steering wheel. The complaints seem to be around the buildup of heat where that metal would get hot to the touch. Keeping that in mind I might make a...
  4. J

    MF 1010 - New Member

    Unfortunately, No. That property was sold. Now I just have this little MF1010 that I have fun tinkering around with.
  5. J

    MF 1010 Charging issue

    Thanks - My mind was on the same thought path. Was just hoping to tick some test boxes in the process. The little MF1010 is a fun little rig to work on. No parts too big to handle. Best, JF
  6. J

    MF 1010 Charging issue

    SnowHillMan, I am new to the forum and I realize this is a very old post. I am deep into a full electrical rebuild on my MF1010 and found this thread. I am wondering how you made out. Hoping to get lucky and learn something from you. Best, J
  7. J

    Rebuilding Electrical on MF1010

    I am bringing back to life an old MF1010 4WD tractor. In the process of restoring the electrical system. The regulator rectifier was zip tied hanging from the tach cable when I got the little guy. It appears that the firewall has some matching holes for the location of the regulator. I have...
  8. J

    MF 1010 - New Member

    Hello Folks, Grew up with an MF135 on a small pecan orchard. Times have changed the yard is smaller but a little tractor is just fun to work on. Just bought a little 1986 MF1010 4X4 that needs a little TLC. Everything technically works on the little fellow. A few leaks here and there to...
 
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