Massey 390 doors

Discussion in 'Machinery' started by powerfarmer, Dec 3, 2015.

  1. powerfarmer

    powerfarmer Member

    Location:
    Cork Ireland
    Hi all,
    A neighbour is refurbishing a black cab 390 and is looking for a set of doors complete with glass.Are the doors on the black cab the same as the later grey cabs?
    A search online shows a complete grey door from MF is £1032 and just the door frame only is £125 plus vat from Agriline. Does anyone know of another supplier doing a complete door for a more reasonable price? Thanks
     
  2. miniconnect

    miniconnect Member

    Location:
    Argyll
    needing doors for our 362, really just the frame, Going to go the Agriline way when i get around to it. Nearly fell over when i got a price from our mf dealer!
     
  3. JLLM

    JLLM Member

    Location:
    Tyddewi
    The same frame, but the grey ones have glass to the bottom and the black ones have metal for the bottom 10" or so, got one of each on our 390.
     
  4. Dry Rot

    Dry Rot Member

    Location:
    Scottish Highlands
    I phoned the manufacturer of the complete doors in Ireland who told me they would only supply through their retailers, adding, "Why don't you get the old ones repaired?"

    That prompted me to phone around local car body repairers and two indicated that they could probably do the job but I would need to bring them in (I'd sent photos to both repairers). One asked if I thought I would be able to get the doors off OK, so that may be a problem?

    Haven't got around to doing anything about it yet, but it is a thought.
     
  5. multi power

    multi power Member

    Location:
    pembrokeshire
    Get them repaired. you can still get glass no problem but can't get the rubber to hold it in.the rubber in mine is not too good, so I glued it in
     
  6. james ds

    james ds Member

    Location:
    leinster
    Try QTP tractor parts in Ireland they do everything for them. They supply a lot of dealers in the UK now
     
  7. gav0994

    gav0994 Member

    Location:
    Drongan, Ayrshire
    The rubber seal is still available but is expensive at around £140+vat from agriline! In the process of re glazing one at the moment. Managed to bust the new bottom piece though whilst fitting.
     
  8. SMID

    SMID Member

    Location:
    Sorn Ayrshire
    Are you working with agriline doors as well ? Id be interested to here how they fit the 362 here is getting a bit moth eaten
     
  9. I would have thought the frames are different , the black cabs are early and I think it's a Duncan cab , also not sure about hi line and low line cabs
     
  10. I would have thought the frames are different , the black cabs are early and I think it's a Duncan cab , also not sure about hi line and low line cabs
     
  11. multi power

    multi power Member

    Location:
    pembrokeshire
    They are all Sankey cabs
    The Duncan ones were lift off cab
     
  12. multi power

    multi power Member

    Location:
    pembrokeshire
    Would 200 series doors fit? I have not measured anything but I'm pretty convinced they are all the same frame
     
  13. james ds

    james ds Member

    Location:
    leinster
    No 290 s had a differant cab.
     
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  14. multi power

    multi power Member

    Location:
    pembrokeshire
    Are you sure? Still a Sankey cab
     
  15. gav0994

    gav0994 Member

    Location:
    Drongan, Ayrshire
    The cab is slightly different on the 200 series. Doors have straight lower shape compared to the slightly curved shape of the 300 series doors.
     
  16. gav0994

    gav0994 Member

    Location:
    Drongan, Ayrshire
    LoLine and HiLine cabs are the same structure just different finish specs/options I think. The black cabs have slightly different fixings for the rear window glass and shorter bottom door glass.
     
  17. gav0994

    gav0994 Member

    Location:
    Drongan, Ayrshire
    No. I have repaired the bottom of the original door. Using the original glass seal also. Have seen on here somewhere that the agriline doors are not a good fit. They may have addressed this issue by now though. Their MF 300 series replacement mirror arms are not the best fit either - the bolt holes are slightly off.
     
  18. SMID

    SMID Member

    Location:
    Sorn Ayrshire
    Aye had heard that as well. CG Cabs in Southern Ireland were supposed to be making the doors for AGCO even they were different
     

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