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massey 133

Pat Byrne the massey ferguson 133 what was the difference between them and the 135 .Was the single plate clutch the only differenceand does anyone remember them being badged MF 133 WESTLAND.
GEEBEE I am afraid i don't know much about them Pat, they were built in France and used the A3.144 engine rather than the AD3.152 as used in the 135, and as you say had the single clutch. I have never heard of the Westland designation
pat byrne i remember a 133 that was used in the late seventies solely for collecting cans of milk for the local creamery in co leitrim and owned and driven by a mickey had the westland badge andifmemory serves me correctly he usedto say that the 133 was intended remote areas more so astransport rather than for machinery drive purposes.ineversaw another one until 2 days ago' and it was badged only as a 133

tom seale mf 133s., had a lambourne cab and a single clutch.They were sold cheaper than the 135 to try to compete with Zeteor and Universal tractors who were taking customers from Massey Ferguson dealers in the early seventies.They where advertised as an upgrade for Ferguson 20 owners.Most were sold in the west of ireland.
tomseale Their full name was Massey Ferguson 133 Westland

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