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|paul||hi all ive just bought what i think is a mf 702 industrial could any1 tell me what tractor it is based on as im struggling to get parts
|Jeff Z.||The 250 and 252 were based on the 702.
Can't say what the 702 was based on if anything.
|Jeff Z.||In 1957, Massey-Harris-Ferguson purchased Mid-Western Industries and changed the company's name to Massey-Ferguson Ltd. (M-F). This purchase marked the company's first move into industrial and construction equipment, and established Massey-Ferguson's Industrial Division at Wichita, Kan. Two years later, M-F replaced the earlier Work Bull tractors with a new backhoe-loader combination based on the 27.59-kw Massey-Ferguson 702 tractor with model 710 backhoe and 702 loader. It was one of the first to feature a sliding king post enabling flush digging alongside walls and fences.
Building on this successful start, the company broadened its backhoe-loader range to seven models by the end of the 1960s. These included the backhoe-loader combination model 250/252 based on the M-F 3303 tractor. This model offered digging depths down to 411.48 cms and a 44.74-kw engine. Meanwhile, M-F expanded its earthmoving equipment line further with a number of significant purchases: an excavator factory at Aprilla, Italy, in 1968; the Lorain wheel loader line in 1971; and the Hanomag crawler tractor business in Germany in 1974.
|Jeff Z.||Sorry, Got that wrong. I guess that wasn't much help.
|richard||hi i have a 702 and have been told by
by several parts suppliers that its based on a
mf35.i also have the parts list manual publication no 819 145 m1.
it has a 23c 4cyl engine.
and it is an industrial tractor(mine like many others is yellow ex council}
there is info on the web if you search hard.
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