Massey Ferguson 7400

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  1. jthomsonagri

    jthomsonagri Well-Known Member

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    I need to make a confession! I have been looking at other brands to replace my CVX 150. Went to look at a mf 7495 the other day, dealer offered me good money for mine back against it. Think I will probably go for it so if anyone is looking for a very tidy 2003 CVX 150 pm me and I will pass on the dealers details. Screenshot_2016-03-31-19-27-25.png
     
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    @headcase look what you have gone and done you have turned @jthomsonagri
     
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    Bit o air freshner to get the smell o shyte out and she'll scrub up well:wink:
     
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    Shes a big ol girl compared to my 80
     
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    jthomsonagri Well-Known Member

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    Do you know the tractor???
     
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    It will seem big for a while, a big step up in power weight and size from the 150.
    A fine machine, well may it ware :Thumbp2:
     
  8. jthomsonagri

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    Thanks gone, size wise it's not a lot bigger than my cvx but certainly has a lot more go about it. I regularly drive a 6490 which would be the same size wise as the 7495.
     
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    I sat in it Tuesday
     
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    Cue the "how do i work the data3 thread":wink:
     
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    :Thumbp2: I went to see it on Wednesday, they had given it a good clean by then but could still do with a good scrub. Were the spools working when you looked at it? I think all the washing had mucked them up :no:
     
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    I couldnt have a good look as it was too close to others and i wasn't in the mood to go climbing
    She looks like a good scrub will make her shine tho:Thumbp2:
     
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    Did you go see the 7480at th white when you were over the bridge?
     
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    You have to unlock them
     
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    jthomsonagri Well-Known Member

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    Get ready to answer a barrage of questions!
     
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    :no: was looking at cultivators
     
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    Its very intuitive :Thumbp2:
    Everything you need is adjustable
     
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    They would unlock ok but when you tried to use them they kicked up error codes
     
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    The 6490 I drive has data3, just a case of translating the dyna6 settings over to dynaVT. I would guess there are a lot more options on the 74 screen compared to the 64's.
     
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    Mine throws up a pilot pressure code sometimes
    Apparently its a fair easy fix
     
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    Just have a play
    On the 64 if you set speeds and hydraulics in the memories then go to a new implement do you need to redo the settings for each machine?
     
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    Right mods can you chop out this Dyna-Vt chit chat and pop it in a new thread. This is messing up my world domination plan for the multi colour CVX
     
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    :fight:
     
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    Yes you can set them up for a few machines and store them, is it 6 different machines???, I don't do it much because mostly gone power beyond now.
     
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    Aye but on the 74 you can set fwd/rev speeds,cruise control speeds,engine preset speeds,shuttle/cruise response and pedal sensitivity plus any hydraulic settings for he 6 memories
     
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