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MFMan1089 61139 349 Massey Ferguson 2805 either
Massey Ferguson 2805
Great Tractor! I got a good one without Multi-Power!
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Re: Massey Ferguson 2805
As I heard from many people the multi power really sucked.
It worked fine for 5000 hours and then you had to block it
to keep the tractor running.
One farmer had 3 MFs all whit the multi power welded on.
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Re: Massey Ferguson 2805
I don't know anything about old MF's... What's the
multipower? Some sort of hi lo?
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Re: Massey Ferguson 2805
Yep. Hydraulic 2 step powershift.
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Re: Massey Ferguson 2805
i have a large fleet of massey tractors and im proud to say
that none of them have ever had problems with the multi
power, i hav seven , all from brand new with a 165 with
10,000 hours and a 185 with 7,000 hours and a 290 with
12,000 hours and a 298 with 21,000 hours on the clock!
many peple say its dangerouse with no engine braking in low
multi power but as long as you leave it in high it goes
allright!!
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Re: Massey Ferguson 2805
I have never heard of welding it into place? Only the 2000
series had the problems for the most part. It is very
dangerous to go down hills in low mulit power. It rolls at
any speed. With high multi power in, it keeps it at a
constant speed of that gear. Id be very careful "welding it
in" a position. My 2805 in the picture dosent have
multi-power. It is an 8 speed I believe.
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