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frabrne 333115 352 mf 5465 ploughing either
mf 5465 ploughing
mf 5465 ploughing (adjusting plough)
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the last.
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How do you find the top-link sensing on that tractor? Is it
sensitive and responsive like MF lower link sensing?

I was never a fan of the old Ferguson system mechanical
version used with little modification since the 100 series.
I found that when ploughing in shallow conditions over rock
the plough would ride out while the Deere 2140 [which I
still have; come to think of it I still have the 165 :-) ]
ploughed at an even depth. The bigger the implement the
worst it performed.

Anyhow, I have heard that the 5400 depth sensing is slow to
react. Maybe this is better? Is this correct?
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this is my friend tractor, so i don't to much about it, but
he is pleased with for now (hi was bought it in spring
2005). but in my area are few 64xx mf's and some off farmers
haves problem's with electricity (switches to sensitive on
water) and electronic.
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Odd. The only significant recent electrical problem tractors
that I know of from all the brands is with early NH TSA and
similar Case tractors. Mostly software and sensor related
they tell me and now largely sorted.
I have a NH8360 which has hopeless linkage control and
throws all kinds of fault codes but keeps on working. On the
other hand I have an electronic Same Titan 160 which has had
no electrical faults despite its age and crude [by modern
standards] wiring but has had a few mechanical problems. My
MF 7490 has had no significant problems apart from some
spare wires shorting when the door opened and disabling the
top of the cab, including aircon and lights. It kept blowing
the fuse by the battery isolator.
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Thats funny huw:-\ I find the deere hydraulics The exact
opposite! They "jump" when you hit something big And make
a anoying weeeeeeeeeeeee sound at the same time, (but its
maybey that i need a new pump?) But i find Leyland
hydraulics are the best for ploughing;-) though not much
good for anything else! (As They dont have a "float"
position)
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