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MF-202 Industiral / Workbull ?
|Landy||Are all MF-202 Industrial Tractors "Workbulls" or is the workbull a particular model of a 202 Industrial?
|Jeff Z.||There were many models called Work Bulls. I don't know the complete history but I think yours was a Work Bull. The newer ones By Massey Harris Ferguson were Massey Harris Work Bull tractors fitted with a hoe and bucket.
|mmetalman||I have a 1958 MF 202 Workbull. I'm quite sure the Workbulls are strictly industrial tractors of this type, very heavily built usually with a front loader and a back-hoe. I have not heard of any tractors other than the Industrial MF 201, 202 203 and 204s of the '50s & early '60s other than MHF or MH models that preceeded them. From old literature I've read online they were so called because they were "built like tanks" and never wear out. The agricultural versions were built much lighter and were not referred to as 'Workbulls'.
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