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|Ronnie Lindley||I just purchased a 1959 MF 65 Diesel. Does anyone have any info on fluid types and volumes?
Also does the hydrualics system have a filter, if so where is it?
|Paul||Can't comment accuratly on the Diesel, but the hydro/transmission system filter is located behind the pto lever, located on the lefthand side of the tractor, removing the bolts that hold this on gives access to the (cleanable) filter. You'll want a new gasket when you do this too. I was warned that the pump down there hates dirt and water, so it might be a good idea to check the shift boots and make sure they're both in good condition. One more thing worth noting: My Massey dealer warned me that the transmission takes mineral oil, and not the kind that seems to be readily available. Hope this helps