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Kjetil 54654 347 MF 35X either
MF 35X
My 1963 w/loader attachment, been on our farm since it was
Re: MF 35X
It is getting hard to find 40 year old one owner tractors in
such a good condition. That says much about the owner.
Who made the radiator guard? I had one on my 35 when a
frontloader was fitted. Very usedful. But I never saw
another one here in Germany, only on pictures on tractors in
Re: MF 35X
This tractor has been on the farm since new, and I think it
has run about 6000-7000 hrs. The radiatorguard as you call
it, is really a frame who can be folded down, and you can
put some weight on it.
If you see pictures of my 135, you can see the frame more
clear. I think these frames were delievered as standard in
Norway, and they are made in Norway too.
Most smaller tractors in Norway in the seventies had these
frames. But You are also right when you call it a guard. It
protect the front too.
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