Massey Ferguson

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  1. Mf240

    Mf240 Well-Known Member

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    Dyna six video. (Yes I do need to get out more)
     
  2. nashmach

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    I could be wrong, but they are two different backends as well.

    As stevieg said, it really depends on what you want it to do.

    There's an awful lot of tat out there second hand.
     
  3. c4l

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  4. Masseyrk662

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    Got price off another dealer today 110 plus again for a slightly lower spec 20. Seen another advertised on Facebook then down the country, got onto him and 105 plus for a full spec 20 datatronic and the whole lot.
     
  5. Iggy

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    @Masseyrk662 You would want to start shopping for a new tractor 6 months before you actually buy it and every time you see the salesman he will knock off a few more quid.
     
  6. Masseyrk662

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    That’s the thing, I’m in no rush I’ll wait till January to get a yoke no problem
     
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  7. c4l

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    wait till end of the year and come down to cork farm machinery. usually that time of year when mark troy might part ways with 1 or 2 machines
     
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  8. Masseyrk662

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    Realistically I’ll probably end up buying local, it’s just a constant cycle of pricing
     
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    No time wasters , at that money think I know who the time waster is .
     
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    Its breakers yard territory really.
     
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    FAF7B2D9-0827-401C-B174-A64DB7D17A3C.jpeg
     
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    branch of a tree :no: that looks like it was rolled:scared:
     
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  16. CORK

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    How anyone can mistreat a tractor like that is beyond me.
     
  17. Mf240

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    Wasn't a small branch anyway
     
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    Even the breakers would get hard to take that yoke, there's not a saleable panel on it, judging by the exterior i don't think I'd be looking forward to draining the oils out of her, same stuff she left the factory with
     
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    Does anyone know to to adjust the injector pump for more power on a 6265 with out removing the pump and sending it away??
     
  20. muckymanor

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    Friend of mine is still looking for a 4 cylinder tractor, something that will handle a 2000g tanker, but also be suitable for feeding bales. It will work a hedgecutter. Probably 100 to 115 hp.It must have a passenger seat. He would prefer a mf. He has a budget of approx €30k. He has looked at the few 6200 and 6400 series that are 4 cylinder but everything seemed to have an issue in some way or another that put him off.

    He has seen a nice 5460 which has reasonable hours and is very clean. What are they like?
     
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    I'm not well up on tractors less than ten years old, am I correct in saying MF use Sisu engines across the board now or is it only in the larger tractors.

    Valtra are a fantastic tractor,if MF are now quite similar, they must be a great choice these days?
     
  23. Masseyrk662

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    Ya they use sisu across the bored
     
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  24. Masseyrk662

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    Jesus I’d love to buy it
     

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    https://www.donedeal.ie/tractors-for-sale/valtra-6550/25274177
    If only they still made them.
     
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