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Massey Ferguson 135 Tractor Data

Posted by The 135 Webmaster on April 19, 2012

This page is really just a link to the MF135 information on the Tractor Data website.  Tractor Data has the basic data and specifications for most of the common tractor models and so it is a good source of information.  Enjoy!

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2 Responses to “Massey Ferguson 135 Tractor Data”

  1. The tractor data website is handy for the spec etc. but if you are looking for information and downloads of old brochures on vintage and used Massey tractors, then we might be able to help visit http://www.used-massey-tractors.com/download-massey-ferguson-brochures we have got lots of old models listed, and are adding more all the time, as dealers for MF since 1935 we are in the process of scanning our archive of old brochures and literature.

  2. John Reazin said

    Hey All, I have a Massey Ferguson 135 with a perkins 152 gasser. I started rebuilding the engine but it had a cracked head and parts were so hard to find. I found a Massey Ferguson 35 with a 152 diesel that spun a bearing. I figured I could use my block and my crank and rebuild it as a diesel. I have been a mechanic for 15 years, and currently build engines for Cummins so I feel very confident on building the engine. However I called my local Ferguson dealer who told me that it would not work. I also inquired about putting a Continental back in my 135 since they were more common and easier to find, which my local dealer also said would not work. I was wondering if anybody else had any other insight on this? Obviously if I switched to a continental I’d have to use different steering parts and all since the tractor would be longer. It was also unclear if I could not do the swap since it was a 135 to a 35, or if the swap wouldn’t work because the Perkins gas doesn’t fit the Perkins Diesel. Anyways, any insight would be greatly appreciated, or anybody else’s personal experience. Thanks in advanced!

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