Price Check Massey ferguson 1010

paulharvey

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jb2010 said:
I have to heat the glow plugs regardless of the temp outside. Even in 90* weather. Is that normal for a indirect injection engine? I've read both both views. It doesn't have any blow by though. Light bushhogging and grading the drive is all I will use it for.

My Kubota L285 is the same way but after asking everyone assured me that's normal for older small Japanese diesels.
 
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Rod in Forfar

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I have to heat the glow plugs regardless of the temp outside

Small Japanese diesels seem to need a lot of glow plug time in comparison to British or Indian diesels.
 

arnoldziffel

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How about an update.

How's the MF 1010 working out for you?
 

Chilman

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Very hard to find parts
 

can do

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I just took possession of a 1010 that will need parts... probably lots of them. This is not the news I was hoping to find.
Hey CanDoAttitude! Welcome to TBN ! With that name You seem to have already given up :unsure: ! I'm willing to bet that You can find almost any part for that M-F 1010 there where several other name plates built on that platform here is a few AGCO, Bolens, Challenger, & White :whistle:. Here are a few possible part suppliers, Ag tractors parts, Yesterdays Tractors, & Steiner tractor parts ;)& there are a few salvage yards that come to mind as well ,Start of with E-bay & I'm sure will find several links, & last check it out with a Massey-Ferguson part supplier, They have a good link with other dealers thru AGCO , It might not be cheap but they might have just what your looking for:cool:. I've a 1959 M-F 50 gasoline ,& I've yet not been able to find any part I needed for her & the longest down time I had was a week waiting for a part & looking for the part & I've had this tractor for 25 years & she gets used year round(y).
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MiniDonkey22

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The tractor was made by Hinomoto in Japan in the 80s. The only source likely for parts would be a grey market specialist dealer; i would google for a place like that. Sold in US under Ago/Deuz Allis/Allis Chalmers brands. I owned an earlier 2 cylinder one (MF 210) that did have Toyosha engine; my clutch was getting soft and I was very concerned about finding parts so i traded it for a kubota.
 

CanDoAttitude

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Thanks can do and MiniDonkey22!

I am just getting started on the journey to get this machine back into service. I appreciate the tips on where to start digging around.
 

can do

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Thanks can do and MiniDonkey22!

I am just getting started on the journey to get this machine back into service. I appreciate the tips on where to start digging around.
Hey CanDoAttitude ! I checked out the M-F 1010 on E-bay & there are numerous part suppliers & the M-F 1010 had a pretty good production run of 12 years so parts should be numerous (y), Check your data plate to see what year the tractor was manufactured & go to tractor data.com & it'll show You what year it was manufactured :whistle:,Also I would get a manual if You don't have one & also check out as many part no. that You can see & log them & You can use it as a future reference;), The 1st place I would start again is E-bay & make yourself familiar with your M-F 1010.
 
 
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