Do it yourself fix it questions - MF and Ford/New Holland
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Posted by Bill on January 12, 2001 at 19:20:40 from (220.127.116.11):
MF and Ford, I mean New Holland (hard to get use to) offer tractors with wet and dry brakes. They also offer live and independent PTO's. Which arrangements are easier to service/replace and why? I am thinking of, for example, the MF 241 and 263 and the NH 3930 and 3010, as well as older models like a MF 135 and a Ford 3000.
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