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MF 202 questions
|John||I would like to get info about my MF 202. Is it a Work Bull? It has a #200 loader, and how can I get a front hub for it.
|mmetalman||I have a 1958 MF202 Worbull, it's an Industrial tractor with a loader and backhoe. If yours has the built-in unit for lifting a 3pt hitch behind the seat it's prolly a farm tractor. I've been getting parts from my closest MF dealer, most still available, or you could take the number off your hub for a cross-reference. Goodluck!
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