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Thread: Massey Ferguson 35 Oil Pressure gauge Pipe

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    Massey Ferguson 35 Oil Pressure gauge Pipe

    Hi, Ok i know it seems silly but, I have a 1959 35 (4cyl standard 23c) and it has it's original oil pressure gauge, but it isn't connected to anything. I recently went to a dealer and asked for the connecting pipe to be able to use the guage and so I have the 2 sections to connect it, but I have no idea where it actually connects the engine and how it all connects. It says nothing about it in my manual. Please Help!!!

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    Re: Massey Ferguson 35 Oil Pressure gauge Pipe

    This is a Grey Fergie with the 20C engine but the pipe should be in the same place as yours....... Below right of the lift pump and behind the radius arm.I think....


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    Re: Massey Ferguson 35 Oil Pressure gauge Pipe

    https://s14.postimg.cc/4pvrkizz5/20170909_141151.jpg
    That's a pic of the old girl. Thank you ever so much for your help. It is all working correctly now.

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    Re: Massey Ferguson 35 Oil Pressure gauge Pipe

    Tidy looking Sam. Not convinced about the seat though...........

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    Re: Massey Ferguson 35 Oil Pressure gauge Pipe

    Quote Originally Posted by agrimax View Post
    Tidy looking Sam. Not convinced about the seat though...........
    Are you talking comfort?

    Amazing to see these old tractors so smart and cared for. They seemed old even when i was a kid in the late 60s.

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    Re: Massey Ferguson 35 Oil Pressure gauge Pipe

    Thanks, not original seat, it came with this seat when I brought it last year and I haven't had time to get an original style one. She drives ok and works well but needs a spray of easy start to get her going if it is particularly cold or her battery is weak. I am looking to fix her bad starting this winter and also a bad leak from the weep hole under the gearbox. She's not bad considering she'll be 60 years old next January!

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