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Tail Light Cable RH

PART #: 62115821




PTO Clutch Cup

PART #: 4954936




Clip w/Rivet

PART #: 5118582
















About the Massey Ferguson 50

Production of the Massey Ferguson 50 Tractor started in 1957 and continued until 1964. Regardless of whether you initially got a deal on your tractor (lower than the initial price of $3185 (1964)), with TractorJoe you'll get the best deal on the spare parts you need. You can find in our inventory every kind of spare part you might need to keep your Massey Ferguson 50 Tractor running smoothly. Sometimes, the parts compatibility is determined by the serial number of your Massey Ferguson 50 Tractor, and that info should be listed on the part fit notes. The serial number starts from 510764 for a 1957 model, from 515708 for a 1958 model, from 522693 for a 1959 model, from 528163 for a 1960 model, from 528419 for a 1961 model, from 530416 for a 1962 model, from 533851 for a 1963 model, from 536063 for a 1964 model. They also have differential mechanical expanding shoe brakes. The 3-point hitch is very reliable. It is also worth noting that the live rear PTO runs at 540 rpms.

Massey Harris and Ferguson tractors merged before the Massey Ferguson 50s were even manufactured, so it is better to refer to them by their post-merger name. The MF50 replaced the Massey Ferguson F40 model after 7 years. Massey Ferguson 50 has three engine types. The first is a Continental LP gas engine that displaces 2.2 liters and runs on liquid cooling. Another is a Perkins diesel engine with 3 cylinders and displacing of 2.5 liters run on air cooling. This engine is also gasoline powered and liquid cooled. The last option available to the engine is a Continental Z134, which has natural aspiration. This 4-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine offers 2.2 litres in size while offering 38 horsepower as its maximum power output. The MF 50 is fitted with 6 gears when driven forward. The Massey Ferguson 50 can a maximum weight of 2729kg (6017 lbs) when given the proper ballast. The total operating weight is 1784kg with the Perkins diesel engine, but will increase to 2027kg when it's installed. The MF 50 was a popular tractor when it first came out in the late 1950s, mainly among small and medium-sized farmers. Many farmers who had small fields and didn’t need a larger tractor were able to make use of the 50. You can find this model still working for these same farmers on many farms or in museums today.