Massey Ferguson 235


The Massey Ferguson 235 is not a specially known MF model. This is because it was only manufactured for a year in the mi d-1970s, from 1975 to 1976. It is the successor of Massey Ferguson 135 before being replaced by Massey Ferguson 245. In addition to producing a standard MF 235, there are also 2tractor variants, a low profile orchards model and a model for narrow profile vineyards. These tractors are propelled by one of two engines. The first is a Perkins AD3. 152 diesel engine. This 3-cylinder engine has a natural aspiration and a 2. 5-liter displacement. It is refrigerated by a liquid cooling system that only needs 10 liters of refrigerant to function in full performance. The Perkins engine needs 5. 7 liters of oil to lubricate it completely. The other motor option is a continental gasoline with natural aspiration. It is a 4-cylinder and 2. 4-liter engine refrigerated by liquid. Both engines use a double dry element to filter air entry.

As there are 3 variants of MF 235, there are also 3 different transmissions with which Massey Ferguson 235 was available when leaving the assembly chain. The first is an 8-speed upstream transmission and 2 backward that provides MF 235 with a maximum speed of 32 km/h. The next transmission option provides the tractor for a maximum speed of 6 km/h. The next transmission option offers 6 advance and 2 reverse speeds to the tractor, which provides a maximum speed of 17. 1 mph. The most versatile transmission option is the multi power transmission with partial change that provides the MF 235 12 marches forward and 4 backward. The maximum tractor speed with this transmission box is 22. 3 mph. The tractor chassis is a 4 × 2wd.

The Massey Ferguson 235 uses a 3-point hitch of category 1. Its operating weight depends on whether it uses the gasoline or diesel engine. With the diesel engine, the operating weight is 1, 875 kg, while with the gasoline engine weighs a little less, 1, 873 kg. The total length of the tractor is 2. 94 m (116 inches).

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