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  • MASSEY-FERGUSON

    MF 35 SPECIAL

    MF 35 DELUXE

    TRACTOR

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    IS TIME SO IMPORTANT THAT YOU'LL FORGET TO SHUT OFF AN IMPLE-

    MENT WHEN IT HAS TO BE OILED OR ADJUSTED? FARM ACCIDENTS ARE

    CAUSED BY CARELESSNESS AND LACK OF THOUGHT. NEXT TIME YOU’RE

    TEMPTED TO HURRY, THINK OF US. WE ALL FEEL THAT ACCIDENTS

    WON’T HAPPEN TO US, BUT THEY DO, NO MATTER HOW MUCH WE WISH

    THEY DIDN'T.

    INDUSTRIAL AND FARM EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURERS PLAN SAFETY

    AND EFFICIENCY INTO THE MACHINERY YOU OPERATE. THEIR PLANNING,

    YES, EVEN OUR OWN PERSONAL PLANS, WON’T MEAN A THING IF YOU ACT

    CARELESSLY. THE MACHINE YOU ARE OPERATING IS ONLY AS SAFE AS

    THE MAN WHO OPERATES IT. NO MATTER WHAT WE SAY OR DO, THE BEST

    SAFETY DEVICE IS YOU; REMEMBER, TAKE TIME TO BE SAFE.

    NATIONAL SAFETY COUNCIL

    PRICE $.50

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    To our list of owners of this new Massey-Ferguson machine. We

    hope that it will give you the utmost satisfaction.

    This machine is one of a full line of farm and industrial Equipment, 4

    manufactured by Massey-Ferguson, which includes the great

    tractor line with the exclusive Hydraulic system and the world-

    famous Massey-Ferguson line of self-propelled combines.

    The world-wide preference for Massey-Ferguson products is the

    result of internationally recognized leadership in engineering and

    precision of manufacturing in every one of our 22 factories in

    Canada, United States, Great Britain, France, Germany and

    Australia.

    We are proud of the wonderful reputation for efficiency and

    dependability that has been earned by the products of these

    factories.

    Your dealer is one of over 10,000 business men in the great M-F

    dealer organization who are pledged to uphold the Massey-

    Ferguson tradition of service to customers.

    Massey-Ferguson

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    ^ettiodic IftaiKtetMUtce. 2 Lubrication 2 Regular Maintenance Operations 4

    Oflenatia* 7 Instruments and Controls 7 Differential Lock 8 Break-In Period 9 Starting the Tractor 9 Driving the Tractor 10

    Selecting the Correct Gear 10 Test for Overloading 11 Attaching and Detaching Implements 11

    Hydraulic System 11 Position Control 11 Draft Control 12 Adjusting Draft Response 13 Overload Release 13 Using External Hydraulic Equipment 13

    Power Take-Off 13 Liquid Filling the Tires 14 Front Wheel Tread 14 Rear Wheel Tread 15 Towing the Tractor 16 Tractor Storage 16

    S&wiciKy 19 Adjusting the Fan Belt 19 Thermostat 19 Carburetor Adjustments 19 Air System 19 Spark Plugs 20 Valve Adjustments 20 Governor Adjustments 20 Electrical System 21

    Distributor 21 Engine Timing 22 Clutch Pedal Free-Play 22 Adjusting the Brakes 23 Differential Lock 23 Front Wheel Alignment 23 Repacking Front Wheel Bearings 24

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  • The MF 35 Deluxe Tractor features

    DUAL CLUTCH. ...for “live” PTO operation GROUND SPEED PTO. ...for operation of rakes, planters, etc. LIGHTS. ...for convenience and safety TRACTORMETER....operating speeds and maintenance FOAM-FLOAT SEAT. ...for operating comfort.

    Other features include: ammeter, fuel gauge, quick-adjustable

    upper link, 6.00-16 front tires.

    Optional equipment includes power steering as well as the

    Hi-Altitude engine (8.10 to 1 compression ratio) specially de-

    signed for operation above 4000 feet elevation. Standard or

    P.A.V.T. (power adjusted) wheels are available with 11-28 rear

    tires; 13-24 tires with special cast wheels are also available.

    The MF 35 Special Tractor offers outstanding performance at low cost. Original equipment on this tractor includes a

    single clutch, the regular engine-speed PTO and the same engine (6.60 to 1 compression ratio) furnished with the Deluxe model. The Special model is equipped with 5.50-16 front tires and 10-28 rear tires on standard wheels. Optional equipment on

    this tractor is limited to 11-28 rear tires.

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    SERIAL NUMBER IDENTIFICATION

    Each Tractor is identified by means of a Tractor Serial

    Number. This serial number is recorded on a plate attached to

    the instrument panel or the skirt. The engine has an Engine

    Serial Number. The serial plate is attached to the left side of the engine block. For prompt, efficient service at your local M-F Dealer, record these serial numbers and carry them with your personal papers for ready reference.

    TRACTOR SERIAL NUMBER ENGINE SERIAL NUMBER

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    Always lubricate and service your MF 35 Tractor at regular intervals. Regular maintenance is essential to insure trouble-free performance throughout the life of the tractor. Make it a habit to service your tractor properly at the recommended intervals. This section of the manual describes the necessary lubrication and maintenance pro- cedures.

    Lubrication Symbols

    The following symbols are used to indicate operating intervals or working hours for lubri- cation.

    DAILY (10-Hour) LUBRICATION

    Lubricate Pressure Grease Fittings

    Leveling Box 1 fitting Lift Rod Leveling Fork. . 1 fitting Front Axle Spindles .... 1 fitting each side Brake Pedal Assembly. . 1 fitting

    Grease front wheel bearings ONLY UNDER ADVERSE CONDITIONS (wet and muddy operation) and then at 10- hour intervals.

    /\ 10 Hours (Daily)

    ( ) 100 Hours (Every two weeks)

    t 100 1 200 Hours (Monthly)

    750 Hours (Spring-Fall)

    1 1000

    1 1000 Hours (Yearly)

    LUBRICATION

    LUBRICATION SPECIFICATIONS & CAPACITIES

    ENGINE CRANKCASE

    Capacity: 5 U.S.-4.2 Imp. quarts

    6 U.S.-5 Imp. quarts (with filter)

    Use A.P.I. Service Class “MS” oils.

    SAE 20 or 20/20W, normal temperature: 32* to 90° F. SAE 10W, min. anticipated temperature: + 10*F. SAE 5W or 5W/20, min. anticipated temp.:-10*F.

    ^ SAE 30, daytime temp, exceeding 90 # F.

    TRANSMISSION, DIFFERENTIAL & HYDRAULIC SYSTEM

    Capacity: 8 U.S. - 6 1/2 Imp. gallons Straight mineral oil recommended

    SAE 80

    *POWER STEERING RESERVOIR

    Automatic Transmission Fluid, Type A Capacity: 2/3 U.S.-0.57 Imp. qt.

    OIL FILTER KIT: Part No. 1 01* 219 M91

    *on tractors so equipped

    Lubrication

    1. Lift Leveling Box 4. Generator 2. Dipstick - Transmission, Differential & Hydraulic System 5. Rear Wheel Bearings 3. Air Cleaner Bowl 6. Brake Pedal

    7. Oil Filter Element 8. Front Axle Spindles 9. Front Wheel Bearings

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    Use a good grade of pressure gun grease. Keep it clean! Wipe the fittings, lubricate, and remove excess grease.

    Check Crankcase Dipstick

    Maintain the oil level at the full mark.

    Check Transmission, Hydraulic System & Differential Dipstick

    Maintain oil level between the arrows.

    Lubricate the Distributor

    Remove distributor cap, put one drop of light engine oil on breaker lever pivot and

    several drops on felt wick under rotor. Apply

    a trace of cup grease on distributor cam.

    Oil the Generator

    Put 10 drops light oil in each oiler. Do not over-lubricate

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    Service Air Cleaner Qoo) MONTHLY (200-Hour) LUBRICATION

    Always service daily; more frequently under severe dust conditions. Empty oil cup, scrape out dirt. Fill to oil level mark with clean seasonal engine oil. Replace cup securely.

    Nevbr remove oil cup while engine is running. Clean the inlet hose if necessary. IMPORTANT: FOR FULL MAINTENANCE INFORMATION, SEE “AIR SYSTEM” IN THE SERVICING SECTION.

    TWO WEEK (100-Hour) LUBRICATION

    Replace Oil Filter Element

    Replace the filter element at every other

    oil change. Wipe out the case. Check for leaks after installation. See Lube Chart for

    element number.

    SPRING-FALL (750-Hour) LUBRICATION

    Change Transmission, Hydraulic System

    & Differential Oil

    Change Oil in Crankcase

    Drain when warm and refill to full mark on the dipstick. See Lube Chart for grade and

    weight and crankcase capacity.

    Drain when warm. Put the hydraulic control levers all the way down. Clean the magnetic drain plugs. See Lube Chart for recommended oil types.

    /K 1. Crankcase Filler Pipe

    2. Crankcase Dipstick

    3. Distributor

    4. Tractormeter*

    5. Steering Housing Filler Plug

    * Deluxe Model only

    Lubrication

    6. Filler Plug • Transmission, 8. Front Axle Spindles 11. Rear Wheel Bearings

    Differential & Hydraulic System 9. Crankcase Drain Plug 7. Front Wheel Bearings 10. Drain Plugs • Transmission, Differential & Hydraulic System

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  • YEARLY (1000-Hour) LUBRICATIONFill Distributor Reservoir

    Fill with SAE 20 oil.

    Check Steering Housing Level

    Maintain level at the filler plug with trans-

    mission oil.

    Check Power Steering Reservoir*

    Clean cover carefully before removing.

    Maintain oil level 1/4-1/2" above the filter.

    Automatic Transmission Fluid, Type A. Change filter only if damaged.

    IMPORTANT

    Oil the Tractormeter*

    Put 2-3 drops very light oil on wick at rear of meter. No lubricant necessary if not equipped with oil wick.

    Wheel Bearings (Front & Rear)

    To repack front wheel bearings, see page 21. Have your M-F Dealer repack the rear wheel bearings when you take th

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