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massey 135 orchard tractor
|rmac||hi, i'm new to tractors and was looking for information about the differences between a 135 and a 135 orchard version.
are the pto's and three point hitch the same? what about auxiliary hydraulics?
hoping to run an auger from the 3 point.
I can't answer your questions about whether or not there are differences in the hydraulics of the MF 135 Orchard model versus the Standard model. However, I just bought a 1972 Orchard model and have used it with a 12 inch auger and it worked just great. My understanding is that the Orchard model has a heavier rear axel than the Standard. Hope this helps. Rob
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