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M-F adds a turbocharger to the 2600 Series utility tractor lineup in the new 2635.

April 22, 2010

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Massey Ferguson expanded its 2600 Series utility tractor line with a turbocharged, 74 horsepower 2635 model that breathes with Tier III compliance.

The 4-cylinder Simpson diesel engine is direct-injected and offers additional power in a nimble platform for a variety of chores.

Two transmissions are available in the 2635, an 8X2 constant mesh gear box with an independent power takeoff, and an optional 8X8 SynchroShuttle transmission, also with an independent PTO.

Easy maintenance was the goal of 2635 designers, who made daily maintenance access easy either by placing inspection points outside the engine well, or conveniently located under the easy-open, one-piece hood. Also, the large plastic fuel tank (rustproof) is designed to be filled from the ground level.

For more information on the 2635, visit www.masseyferguson.com.

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