Massey Ferguson 2605h Reviews
Massey Ferguson 2605h Reviews Thinking about buying one of these over the next few months and was wondering about some of the differences between them. For a What is the reason MF is still building the older 2600 series if you have introduced the newer 2600 H series? Is there an advantage to the larger 4-cylinder on the 2625/2635 compared to the 2606H/2607H’s 3 cylinders? Even though they seem similar to the newer H-series sees an improved dash and might have a few more improvements.
For the same price is the newer H-Series A better buy? I haven’t gone to all the dealers yet and plan to look at the local JD/MF/NH/Kubota/Case IH dealer, but now from what I see on the internet I like the MF. I like the look most, they seem to have good weight to them, and they look to be the most similar built modern tractor to an older ford that were by far my favorite older utility tractors. I wouldn’t mind an older Ford/NH 3930 or 4630, but they seem to keep their value a little more than I’d like to spend on a tractor of their age.
I grew up with tractors and when I was a kid they were probably my favorite thing. I use to fall asleep on it as a baby, and I even had an old Ford 861 running over my whole body from my feet upside down when I was 7. I’ve been away from them for years but I’m almost 35 and my gf tells me that she wants to get married and settle down so it’s probably time for that. My dad says he’ll sell me a few acres on some of his land to build a house and his country butts up to a pile of family land and I appreciate 200 + acres if you count my father’s uncle and Grandma’s property.
My dad hay Farms it and there are a number of steep hilly wood that you can cut in firewood. Also it’s all gravel roads, so I’ll need to get the that to my future home and keep things around it. My cousin keeps up with most of it. I think he has an old Ford 2810 FWD. I’m just saying this to give you an idea of what this is used for. Mainly maintain roads and bush fitting and pulling trees, although the woods, but I’m sure my dad will be more than happy to use it to Hay farm this piece of land when he’s over here. I would also like to use the land for my house and yard clear. It has been recently logged and needs to be cleaned up.
You only requirement I do not want that I am not accustomed to 4WD. Kind of want to see how it pulls things a steep hill compared to the old 2WD tractors I grew up with. Even a devil is not strictly necessary, but I think I would regret not getting one. IMO a FEL is great if you need one, but if you don’t use it you just wish it wasn’t on the tractor. I also want a 60 + HP tractor, so I’m mostly looking at the 2625/2635 and 2606H/2607H. I am also somewhat like the Farmall 75A but I have to consider them all I think.
Massey Ferguson 2605h Reviews
Sorry if I’m off topic. With this thread I main want to know about the differences, advantages and opinions of the 2600 and 2600H series tractors.
Whether you’re a full-time or part-time farmer, a landscape gardener, a construction contractor or just someone who needs something to do, the 2600H Series is your ideal partner.
- Hydraulics: The high-performance hydraulics make it easy to work with the loader and the implement.
- 2WD and 4WD options with front axle: Offering both 2-wheel and 4-wheel drives, they are flexible in terms of cost and versatile in use, allowing you to complete the task. The 2605H is available with a 2WD drive only.
- Gearbox: The 2600H series offers 8F x 2r power take-off and 8 x 8 independent shuttle power take-off transmissions depending on the model.
- Charger: The bucket can be easily mounted and replaced on the 2600H Series, making it easy to move between tasks.
- Easy to use
- We know that you work hard. The 2600H Massey Ferguson series makes everything easier for you.
- Easy to maintain: A simple release hood makes preventive maintenance, such as filter and liquid level monitoring, easier.
- No DPF: Our Tier 4-compliant, maintenance-free exhaust system does not have a Particulate Filter (DPF) to take care of the changes.
- Simple filling: floor-level tanks provide easy access to filling.
- Even if you don’t need all the bells and whistles, you still want a comfortable ride. The 2600H series delivers high performance.
- Operator station: The simple open platform design makes it easy to enter and exit the station, while a rearward-facing seat provides more legroom and a better view.
- Shrapnel/heat shields: On the ground, near the operator’s feet, shrapnel shields provide a cooler and cleaner drive.
- Rubber floor hats: Rubber mats reduce vibration and make driving more comfortable.