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    Danish MF135 and 165

    In the summer of 1970 350-400 tractors were made in denmark. In 1969 there were a strike in the UK and the the Massey Ferguson company could not assemble tractors as fast as the parts produced. Are there any way of knowing what serial numbers these tractors had?
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    Antifreeze quantity.

    Newer go above 50/50. That is the maximum you can secure the system. Pure antifreeze will actually freeze at around -20C And antifreeze inhibits the cooling of the engine. To much antifreeze in the summer can make an overworked engine run hot. That don`t meen you want to run pure water in the...
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    Massey Harris Pony - Different models?

    Found this piece of info: Google translated from French: The 21 or 821 is offered with the Hanomag two-cylinder engine practically identical to that of the 820. It has an output of 20 hp at 1850 rpm. A few remarks on this engine. The engine with the same number of revolutions develops twice...
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    Massey Harris Pony - Different models?

    What I have gathered so far... First Pony, model 11 built in Canada from 1947-1954 Engine Continental N62 - 4cyl petrol 1030 ccm 12HP 3 + 1gear In 1951, production of 811 started in France In 1952, the cast iron frame was replaced with a welded steel frame The original engine was too expensive...
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    Massey Harris Pony - Different models?

    Hi. Can anyone give me a short rundown. What is the difference between Pony 811, 812, 820, 821 Gasoline All I might know is the 811 and 812 uses the simca 16HP engine and 820, 821 uses a peugeot 20hp
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    MF165 clutch

    Yes it is the old model. (Part number above) I could not find a clutch with 12 springs. The one I got has 6. I was told these new springs are stronger therefor only 6. There are room for 12 though. I think you can tell by what color they are painted. My old springs has no color, so I can`t compare.
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    MF165 clutch

    Yes, thrust fork is all the way back. I`m sure the clutch was set. the bolts were sealed with some paint or lacquer. according to my measurements the clutch would have been depressed close to 1 cm with the clutch pedal disengaged. Therefor I adjusted the bolts inwards to match the thrust...
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    MF165 clutch

    the 3 compression bolts are removed. outside clutch linkage is loosened. We are starting from zero!! So what you are saying is. I should adjust the fingers even shorter?
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    MF165 clutch

    Well I got it from QTP. they don`t specify serial numbers. Org should be 891 983 M94 or (886 388 M91) I got the 2692R from QTP only one to fit the size description (Less springs though) Did I get the wrong one:unsure: It seems to fit fine. only the cover is a bit different.
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    MF165 clutch

    Hi I bought a new complete 11" clutch for my MF165 multipower Clutch fits flywheel but I guess they changed casting on the main clutch cover!!! Adjusting tool won't fit the machined rear face. And 1" distance to the finger screws seems to tight. If I measure from the bell housing front face to...
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    New Holland 376 Rail adjustment

    Newer mind. I see. The bottom roller C is fixed. therefore I can adjust the left hand rail to make the knifes parallel. And adjust sideways clearence (A and B roller) after. and then top rail last.
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    New Holland 376 Rail adjustment

    How can I adjust plunger on the bench when I have to adjust the rollers according to the rails. this is the plunger with 5 adjustable rollers and 4 fixed.
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    New Holland 376 Rail adjustment

    thank you. that will come in handy. I`ve already removed all rust, and changed all bearings. I guess I will have to adjust the left hand rail with the plunger mounted (knife parallel) remove plunger again and tjek the rail is parallel to balechamber. (I don`t think I can do this with plunger...
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    New Holland 376 Rail adjustment

    Hi there I`ve made new rails for my 376 baler. The manuel do not describe how to adjust/shim them. only says I have to do it before adjusting the plunger. Are there any how to do this out there? Anyone know of a manuel that tells you how to do it? I guess the right hand rails are no brainer but...
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