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#1 olcowhand ONLINE  

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Posted April 16, 2010 - 08:28 PM

Massey MF1655/1855 Electric PTO clutch (Massey belts have their own "sticky thread")
To start this parts reference off..... on behalf of member Luke, as the below is his post.
I contacted Warner Clutch Company and have been talking to the tech support guys, emailed them pics of the field coil and rotor/armature assembly and have found out that they still offer this clutch system but to date they are all sold out of them and no supplier has any left anywhere. They have an order with AGCO to build some 20 assemblys and should have been deliverd to AGCO by now but due to the economy they are behind schedule with production...so they say!! Good news is they are going to build more but when....who knows! I have the new numbers to order the assemblys....the field coil is a different number then the rotor/armature number so here you go.....

Field Coil kit # 5208-101-076 and Rotor/Armature kit # 5208-101-008 To order these kits you must contact J Thomas at 1-800-828-7980 as they are the only ones that have access to ordering this assembly. Any more questions just ask!

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Posted June 04, 2010 - 11:16 AM

Parts Tree out of Austin, TX. has Hard to find and hard to make Tractor and mower parts for the MF/Snapper 16xx and 18xx
Partstree.com - Genuine replacement parts for Toro, Echo, Husqvarna, Cub Cadet, Troy Bilt, Lawn Boy (Lawnboy), lawn equipment (lawn mowers, saws, blowers, trimmers, snow blowers) and Tecumseh, Kohler and Briggs and Stratton Engines.

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Posted June 13, 2010 - 08:04 PM

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Here are the spindles I rebuilt on my 1974 MF-12 deck. I have drilled and tapped the spindles (1/4"-28) for some grease fittings as well. I decided to place them on the top side of the deck. Granted, the cover must come off to grease, but it will give me a reason to clean the grass out. Make sure you remove the inner shield from the wide bearing so the grease can get into it. You can also buy new clips at any hardware store. I replaced them all when I re-built them. The spindles housings were also sandblasted and powder-coated in matte black while I was in there. All the hardware was replaced with new stainless steel where ever a nut or bolt was to be found on the deck. Yes, even the one that holds the blade on!

I ordered the bearings from Accurate Bearing on-line for the best prices I could find after searching. (800) 323-3116 (ask for Lynne)

NICE 7488-8 (3.75 each) Upper bearings

Torringington B-1616 (4.90 each) 1" wide lower bearings - these are 50% wider than the stock for more shaft to bearing contact. Plenty of room to install these in the housing.

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Trans-Com 10122TC (2.00 each)

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Posted November 02, 2010 - 07:16 PM

Hey guys Jeremy sold his side business making the headlight bezels and steering wheel caps for the MF-7 thru MF-16

If anyone is interested please send an email to GTReproductions@gmail.com. :thumbs:

Here are some photos of items. The casting material is white if not tinted. Don't have a clear cap in hand at the moment to take a pic.

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At the present time we can reproduce the Headlight Bezel (trim) and steering wheel caps. The bezels come in a red tint but will need painted to get a good color match. We can make the caps in black, red or clear. We’re checking into decals to put on the caps but nothing firm yet. We were told that the cap will fit other brands but don't have a list of compatibility yet.

We are thinking of adding the front wheel spindle caps (not sure what exact name is) but that would be a few months out. We're open to suggestions on other Massey parts or other brand parts that are needed. We have a MF-10, MF-14 and Wheel Horse C160. We’re not familiar with others, that's where we rely on input from you guys who have them. Once we get suggestions we have to look into trademark, copyright and other legal stuff so we can't make a determination on feasibility of production for a bit.


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Posted May 25, 2011 - 08:49 AM

I just ordered belts for my MF10 from Madison Tractor Co. The Massey part # were good in their system. Phone 828-380-0731 Madison Tractor Company : Massey Ferguson Parts : John Deere Parts : Allis Chalmers Parts : IH Parts : Farmall Parts : Kubota Parts : Tractor Parts : Ford 8N : Mower Belts
The parts invoice was from A&I products out of Rock Valley, Iowa

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Posted November 23, 2011 - 07:30 PM

I'm looking for a rear wheel for a Mf 1655. Can anyone help me out with trying to locate one?


Contact our site sponsor, "Bob's Lawn & Garden Tractors" on our forum home page, or contact him through PM. His member name is "bhts". I know he parted a 1655 out, as I bought the hubs. Maybe he still has the rear rims.
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Posted January 04, 2013 - 02:46 PM

I stumbled onto these just doing an image search for an old Dynamark like Dad had when I was a kid.  These sure look like the same as the massey MF14/16 lift rock-shaft bushings.  If I remember right,  the MF ID is 3/4" (3/4" is Hydro lever size, rockshaft size is 7/8"), so they may be a match.  They have the flat side & all.  They appear identical.

 

These DO NOT match the rockshaft bushings, but ARE a match to the hydro lever bushings on the MF14/16.  They could however be bored out to the ID size of 7/8", then would work for the MF14/16 lift rockshaft.

 

 Here's the webpage link.

http://www.milfordpo...ings-s/1059.htm

 

 

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Posted December 14, 2013 - 12:50 PM

Hello is it still possible to buy MF12 belt lighthouse.
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Posted December 18, 2013 - 09:10 PM

Does anyone know of a vendor for Spring front/ rear retaining link, 3 020 579 m1, 3 020 58 (0. Through 3) m1 for attaching implements? A 1650

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Posted January 27, 2014 - 10:21 PM

I am in search of a rear deck roller or wheel kit for a MF 610 mower deck. I could fab something up but if the price is right I would just buy what I need.



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Posted March 06, 2014 - 07:35 AM

Hi does any one know if some one is still making the repro. of the front plastic nose cone and steering wheel center. Thanks Reg
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Posted March 06, 2014 - 10:08 AM

Hi does any one know if some one is still making the repro. of the front plastic nose cone and steering wheel center. Thanks Reg

Yes, GTReproductions does. Here is a link: http://www.gtreproductions.us/  They do a great job!

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Posted March 06, 2014 - 10:12 AM

Hi does any one know if some one is still making the repro. of the front plastic nose cone and steering wheel center. Thanks Reg

WELCOME to the forum!



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Posted March 06, 2014 - 10:25 AM

The ignition switch on my MF14 is dead. I've tried to get a new one from various small engine shops but ended up wasting my money..twice!

As we all know Indiak makes them switches can someone tell me the part number from Indiak so I ca order direct from them?


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Posted March 10, 2014 - 08:00 PM

The ignition switch on my MF14 is dead. I've tried to get a new one from various small engine shops but ended up wasting my money..twice!

As we all know Indiak makes them switches can someone tell me the part number from Indiak so I ca order direct from them?

 

I had posted a reply to your question, a few days ago, but somehow, it got moved.

Its here now.

I hope that helps.


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