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Posted April 09, 2010 - 07:19 PM

I have a line on another 66, serial # checks out, the deal is for
-1 MF10 tractor complete
-1 parts tractor
-1 mower deck
-1 snow blower front mount
-1 snow plow
-2 other attachments???
-2 parts engines and sheet metal parts
-and a bunch of miscellaneous parts + ???
I've waited 3 weeks to get out there and check it out 310kms away from me one way.
Going tomorrow after work and see whats there. Hoping to get all the pieces I need to finish my 66.

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Posted April 09, 2010 - 07:26 PM

310 km....east or west?.......West would put you in my neck of the woods.......well, north-west.,....lol

Good luck with it....Take pics regardless.

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Posted April 09, 2010 - 07:28 PM

West of me

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Posted April 09, 2010 - 07:49 PM

Good luck on the package deal!

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Posted April 10, 2010 - 07:43 AM

Nice find. You HAVE to post some pics of it? What is the serial number?

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Posted April 10, 2010 - 07:56 AM

Good luck.

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Posted April 10, 2010 - 09:37 PM

Got back with everything from the package deal, overall did pretty good got lots of stuff.
1966 MF10 #1446-004415, parts tractor, Hydro tractor frame, mower deck, MF620 snowblower early style, MF630 dozier blade, tiller drive shaft and gear box, sleeve hitch cultivator, some kind of garden plow, 2 spare engines, 3 factory deluxe mufflers, some new small parts in boxes, and a whole bunch of other parts.
post pic tomorrow

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Posted April 11, 2010 - 07:35 AM

Got back with everything from the package deal, overall did pretty good got lots of stuff.
1966 MF10 #1446-004415, parts tractor, Hydro tractor frame, mower deck, MF620 snowblower early style, MF630 dozier blade, tiller drive shaft and gear box, sleeve hitch cultivator, some kind of garden plow, 2 spare engines, 3 factory deluxe mufflers, some new small parts in boxes, and a whole bunch of other parts.
post pic tomorrow


What a haul, it sounds like you hit the jackpot. Did the 66 have an aluminium nose or cowl? Narrow or wide wheels and tires. Inquiring minds have to know...:rolleyes:
Did I see factory Deluxe mufflers?????? Would you consider parting with one of those. :smilewink: The internal baffling broke on mine last year and I had to take it off.

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Posted April 11, 2010 - 07:47 AM

Congratulations Doug.

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Posted April 11, 2010 - 08:38 AM

Wow Doug that is a hell of a catch. Congrats on getting all of that in one find. Do you mind tell us how much you made the deal for? Oh ya pics please :D

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Posted April 11, 2010 - 08:58 AM

Doug, It sounds like you got one heck of a deal! Congrats on finding it. Extra parts and pieces is a very good thing.

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Posted April 11, 2010 - 09:00 AM

Here some pictures.
The tractor is a 66 no center frame rib, no tiller spring bracket holes in the rear plate, aluminum dash, pointy 0's on amp meter(glass is missing), cast iron steering arm, has wide tires and no nose ring.
The garden plow I don't know what it is or if it's compete.
The mufflers only 1 appears to be good the other 2 have been patched or have holes in them, got 4 chrome muffler guards only 2 are good.
Got 3 lift kits and some tiller parts, the gear box is the same as my other one but has 2 output shafts on it, 1 fwd 1 rearward ???
Snowblower has 3 main mounting brackets 2 early 1 late style.
The wiring harness looks like it's for the electric lift.
The last part is brand new, it's the coupler that goes in the Hydro trans. between the Hyd. motor and the transmission inside the transaxle so I'm told. My friend Garry needs this says it's impossible to find.
There's a bunch of stuff in boxes and some sheet metal parts.
Some good stuff and some crap here but I got parts for my incomplete tiller and snowblower to make them complete, gives me 2 good blowers and 2 good tillers one of each I'll sell to pay for the hobby.
Cost me with fuel $500.
Even after getting all this stuff I still need a good steering wheel to finish my other 66.

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Posted April 11, 2010 - 12:36 PM

Doug you made a killing. Congrats on all the good stuff for a spectacular price. You also got a set of original hubcaps that look like they are in great shape.

Do you wanna sell one of the lift kits?

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Posted April 11, 2010 - 05:49 PM

Doug you made a killing. Congrats on all the good stuff for a spectacular price. You also got a set of original hubcaps that look like they are in great shape.

Do you wanna sell one of the lift kits?


I picked up 3kits.
1 I keep fore sure,
the 2nd goes to my friend if he wants it
the 3rd not sure yet.
Only got 2 rods though 1 gear drive and 1 Hydra.

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Posted April 11, 2010 - 06:09 PM

What a haul, it sounds like you hit the jackpot. Did the 66 have an aluminium nose or cowl? Narrow or wide wheels and tires. Inquiring minds have to know...:rolleyes:
Did I see factory Deluxe mufflers?????? Would you consider parting with one of those. :smilewink: The internal baffling broke on mine last year and I had to take it off.


Alluminum dash no nose ring, wide wheels.

The best muffler+guard is already on my 67 MF12Hydra and it's nice and quiet.
The other 2 both are rusted with holes and cracks, the one without the patch the inner's are loose, if you bang it on the ground you can see the baffle move. 1st pic show's the 2 Massey muffler's and 3 guards I have as spares.
The 2nd pic is a IH muffler (came with the deal) I've seen these at TSC also Cub Cadet very simmilar and made for 10-14hp engines. Thought of adapting one with iron pipe fittings like the one in the 3rd pic, that one was on my 67 Hydra.
The Massey Deluxe muffler is a Nelson #7n75, at least that's what is says on one of the 3 I have, the only # I could find.

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