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Massey Ferguson Hydraluic pump gauze
|Tom||Got a Massey Ferguson industial tractor, front half is 135 and has rear axle trumpets the same as a massey 165. Have removed both trumpets for brand new brakes and oil seals. the hydralic arms were seized in the cross shaft from lack of use so removed top cover and freed them off. I would like to remove the gauze that is on the suction for the pump could anyone tell me how it is secured in there?? have removed the PTO engagement lever/plate hoping to have a clearer side on view but no real help. i am sure thats its not a complicated thing but this is the first time i have worked on a MF.
many thanks tom
|GEEBEE||If its the same as the 135 there is a winged cup on the top that is secured by mechanics wire, the filter is under this sitting in another cup, snip the wire and unscrew the cap, then try and lift the unit out as a whole to avoid dropping crud into the pump, if the filter is intact clean it and replace.
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