Massey Ferguson 2615 Tractor Reviews
Massey Ferguson 2615 Tractor Reviews The Massey Ferguson 50 is often referred to as Massey Harris 50 because it was originally produced by Massey Harris when production began in 1957. However, the tractors of Massey Harris and Ferguson merged when it was still rolling from the production lines, so that the name was changed to Massey Ferguson 50, which is commonly known as. This model remained in production for 7 years until production was discontinued and the Massey Ferguson 150 took its place. TThe model, the MF 50, is the Massey Ferguson F40.
The Massey Ferguson 50 has 3 different engine options. The first one is a Continental LP motor. This 4-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine has a capacity of 2.2 liters.
Another choice of engine is a Perkins diesel engine that has 3 cylinders and a Kubikkapazität of 2.5 liters. This engine is also liquid cooled. The last engine choice is a continental Z134 gasoline engine that has a natural claim. This 4-cylinder, liquid-cooled motor has a motor size of 2.2 liters. The maximum power of one of the motors is 38 hp. It is transmitted via a gearbox that gives the MF 50 6 gears in forward gear. The engine sits on a 4 × 2 2WD chassis.
The total operating weight of the Massey Ferguson 50 is 1784 kg if it is measured with the installed Perkins diesel engine. This increases to a maximum, safe ballast weight of 2729 kg (6017 lbs). The MF 50 also has a heckpto, which is rated at 540 rpm. The 50 was a very popular tractor when it first came from small and medium-sized farmers in the late 1950s. The fact that it was not a massive tractor meant that it was completely sufficient for farmers who had small fields and did not need a tractor to pull a massive plough. The 50 is still in a working state on many farms today.
The Open center hydraulic system of the 2600 series provides ample hydraulic flow to operate the front loader and the rear connection.
The advantage I liked most was that no valves had to be switched between the front and rear functions, as would be the case with similar large models. The power steering also runs from the hydraulic system, a feature that would be expected on all new tractors as standard. Optional tail service valves can be added (up to two). Adding an add is probably worthwhile to offer options for future use of the tractor.
George opted for a Massey Ferguson brand 5200 titanium loader to his 2615, making the tractor more useful for working around the property. The 800kg rated tractor-loader combo is the absolute last means to handle silage bales. A conveniently located single joystick ensures the function control of the loader. Coupled with the self-leveling function, the loader is easy to operate.
With the size of the bucket and the maneuverability of the tractor, I think it might be handy to clean calf hutches or to scrape on the racetracks perhaps. Hydraulic clutches connect the loader to the tractor hydraulics, which works perfectly in contrast to a quick coupler.
Since the 2600 series comes only with a horn and not too many other bells and whistles to talk about, you get a simple machine, pretty much anyone could operate. The other advantage of simplicity is that there are fewer components to break.
That said, it’s still a Massey Ferguson brand tractor, so you know that you can buy quality that is seen with the heavy steel casings of the gearbox and the rear end for that size tractor. I also like the steel fenders at the rear, which in my opinion give the tractor a sturdy feel.
I found the seat and the driving position comfortable, with the slanted bonnet, which allows a good forward view for operation with the loader. The updated hyphen is functional without being too noticeable, which is all you need. The one-piece bonnet simplifies the service and thus provides a current look that fits with the remaining larger tractors of the Massey Ferguson family.
Although I had no tape measure when I tested the steering lock while I was in the horse arena, I will only say that it is very good. Check out the photographic recording. With the wheels that were placed directly in the wheels, I made a rough measurement of the 2615 at about five feet (1.5 meters). For stability, I would appreciate that you could put the wheels on about six feet (1.8 meters).
Massey Ferguson 2615 Tractor Reviews
- Engine: Simpson, 3-cylinder diesel, Liquid cooled
- Emission rating: Tier II
- Engine rating: 49hp (36.5kw)
- Fuel tank: 42L
- Transmission: Centre shift
- Gears: 4 forward, 2 reverse
- Ranges: High/low
- Linkage: Cat 1
- Lift capacity: 1450kg
- Hydraulics: Open centre