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I have a industrial Massy Fergurson
serial #9A-24246, I would like to know the year and model #.
I think it has a 3 cyn perkins diesel.
engine serial #152UA38412D.
Do the industrial and farm tractors share the same model numbers?
I would appreciate any help, I need to buy a dip stick.
|Big Dean||The serial 9A 24246 is for a tractor built in 1967 that serial number will not tell you what the model number it is. All Massey Ferguson tractor models built under 70 HP in the United States had these same numbers in 1967. The starting serial number for 1967 was 9A 10001 ending serial number for 1967 was 9A 39835. Your tractor having an AD3-152 engine could be one of the late MF200 series industrial a MF2135 a MF2200 or a MF20 they all had that serial number in 1967. If I can be of further assistance email me at email@example.com