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|Roy D. Christopher||I have a friend who has a mf 35 with 4 cyl. continental gas engine. the engine has a hole in the block and he is in need of new short block. can anyone steer me to one or business that sells these.?
|Roy D. Christopher||is the TO 20 gas engine the same as the mf35 gas engine?
|rich4||The continental T0-20 engine (120 ci)should fit but would have less power. The T0-30 (129 ci)is better and the T0-35 (134 ci) would be the same as yours.
Some parts between the T0-20 and later models engines may not fit, like the heads. Go to tractorshed.com and ask in their forum, you should get more info there in the Furguson forum or Massey Furguson forum.
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