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|Tom Horan||For use on a hilly farm, is it possible to replace our 2 wheel drive MF 135 with a newer 4 wheel drive MF 135 with power steering and power front loader also?
|Geoff Gane||Tom I don't know if there were many 4wd 135's made..any that were 4wd were after dealer fits. As 135's are no longer made you would have to look for a 200 or 300 series tractor..eg 240, 250. 350,355 362, or something along these lines..all are available in 4wd with power steering...you just need to find one with a loader fitted or find a tractor and buy a loader separately and have it fitted...If I can help any more let me know...Best regards...Geoff
|Jason||Good luck finding one, they weren't sold in all areas, just rough terrain, very hilling regions. Like Geoff said, you are better off looking for a 200 or 300 series. Stay away from the 400 series, IMO they are junk.
|Tom Horan||Good Morning Geoff,
Thank you for your reply and for the advise. I'm currently looking at 200 series which may be appropriate but are they suitable for power-loaders in terms of the loader working quick enough to be practical?
Also, would it be possible to get a set of imstructions to make a pick up weight for MF 390 4x2?
|Tom Horan||Good Morning Jason,
Thank you for your email and the information on 400's!! Wht would your opinion be on 4x4 135's from Holland?