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|André Dubois||I need some basic infomations (year, weight, engine HP) about a MF 70 bachoe loader. I tried to find them in the North American Equipment Dealer Association without success. The machine is described, but the serial numbers do not match. My serial is 164911178, but the listed serial numbers for MF 70 range from 100001 (1969) to 101374 (1978). Any body has an explanation? Where can I find the infos I am looking for?
I am also looking for the same basic information as I have come to own an MF70 serial number 164911043. Were you able to find out any info? What model of hoe is on the back of your machine, mine says an M92? Any info you can provide would be appreciated as I just got this unit with no manuals etc.
|Dean||I also have an MF 70, and boy do you get the run-around when looking for info! I purchsed the parts manual (very helpful) and the service manual. I have realized that as long as you have the part numbers, your local AGCO dealer can get most any part I have run into so far, but you need to have the right numbers or they are (generally ) at a loss. HOpe this helps!