She has 4 good tyres (see photos) and a diverter valve fitted for tipping trailers, running a log splitter etc. A full list of parts used is set out below but can be summarised as follows. Steering: Complete steering box overhaul, new track rod ends and steering wheel. Front axle: New bearings, bushes and pin. Pivot pin upgrade (to the greaseable model).
New linkage including top and lower links, stabilisers. Engine: New radiator, hoses, lift pump, spin on filter conversion, exhaust, water pump.Electrical: New battery and alternator conversion (old dynamo retained if required). Brakes: Half shaft seals replace, new brake shoes, springs and adjusters. Body: New lights, seat cushion. Service: Full engine, hydraulic and steering box fluid replacement, antifreeze. In summary this is a really nice, original and very collectable tractor, which is only going up in value. The lucky owner can put her straight to work, admire her in the shed and use her for tractor runs and/or undertake a full cosmetic renovation over time. What else can I say, the photos speak for themselves. Viewings welcome (we are 20 miles north of Bristol - J14 of the M5, post code GL12).
Summary of spare parts used to fully service and overhaul the usual wearing parts. Steering box overhaul parts set. Oil filter head conversion kit. Oil filter spin on (Perkins). Fan belt 13 x 1250.
Alternator adjustment bracket (736 045M1). Battery (LP017 Lucas) 354mm x 175mm x 190mm. 135 bonnet sticker and holder. 135 front badge bar back grille rubber.Front axle grease modification kit. Front spindle Bush and bearing set. The item "Massey Ferguson 135 tractor mechanically restored NO VAT enthusiast required" is in sale since Sunday, January 10, 2021. This item is in the category "Business, Office & Industrial\Agriculture/Farming\Tractors". The seller is "flasco_28" and is located in Charfield. This item can't be shipped, the buyer must pick up the item.