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|Emmanuel||I have just bought a Massey F.E. loader/ backhoe and have been told it's possibly a MF 40. wWould like to confirm that before ordering parts / service manual. The only thing I have to go on is a number on a I.D. plate near the tacho/speedo and that is 3303 / 819582 . Can anyone assist please?
|manuel||Is it a 3 cylinder diesel or 4 cylinder?
Does it have disc brakes & how many speeds does the trans have?
|Emmanuel||4 cylinder perkins and it's a 3 speed,the brakes are disc i think
|manuel||If it is a MF40 [they made lots of others that were similar]& has 4 cylnder perkins it sounds like it may be a MF40B.
I am not an expert but I believe the first 40s had the 3 cyl [1969-75] & the Bs [1976-82]the 4 cyl. Serial nos for the Bs start with 9A.
Hope this helps
|Alan Foreman||From conversations I have had with people on my MF40 I will give you my guess. I believe the only Perkins engine in MF40 were 3 cylinders. The MF40B had a 4 cylinder Continental engine. If it is a 4 cylinder Perkins it might be a MF50.