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Grzesiek 388381 355 MF 8250 either
MF 8250
Naprawa w Serwisie na Dolnym Slsku niedaleko Rawicza ;-)
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;-)
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;-)
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Looks like major surgery ;-)
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Massey fergusons and gearbox overhauls are like strawberries and cream:-P
Funny that you dont remove the cab, I have never seen anyone do It this way before,
Looks difficult, i mean how are you going to get the gearbox back in place:-\
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Internash, this is the way most modern tractors are split I find. I've seen an older MF, a JD 7610, and TM125 all split like this.

TC, you're right, some of them are never the same after it. ;-)

-Josh
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Never seen guys have trouble here with Masseys & their gearboxes Internash; I know a guy here who had a Deutz DX-145 I think the model was & he had massive problems (had that tractor part at least 10 -12 times that I know of).
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Over here most will remove the cab, but i guess on tractor like this the electronics make it difficult so it is best to leave the cab and wires alone.
Anyway MF have many gearbox problems over here, nearly every used one for sale has a "NEW" gearbox.
Perhaps in tasmania the big (and maybey flat) fields reduce the need to change gear? some drivers over here use the dynashift like a brake pedal on hills too:-\
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Co się zepsuło? Czyżby skrzynia biegów?
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Nie wiem nie pytalem sie ;-)
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