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post #1 of 15 Old 01-24-2009, 05:31 AM Thread Starter
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Massey ferguson 1100

I wasn't quite sure where to post this at.

But we have a massey 1100 and last spring my dad was out chopping down a field and a accidently hit a big ant hill with the chopper and then the PTO stopped working and the tractor makes a really loud noise and none of the hydraulics work.

and i wasn't sure if any one knew what it might be or anything i should check out. i know the tractor is going to need split. and were thinking about doing it our self.

But before i start to tear in to it what should i expect to be wrong?

And also does any one know some one that fixes tractors in ohio. we might end up paying some one to fix it.

So if you have any ideas what this might be and what i'll take to fix it

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You had to of broken something in the driveline, sounds like there is no option but to split it. I'd guess either the PTO clutch is broken,(I'm guessing the hydraulics run off the same shaft.) and that is why neither work.

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do you have any idea how much it would cost to have some one fix it?
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There are a few folks on here who have refurbished old tractors (not saying yours is) and they might be able to offer advice. Abobb is online right now. You might send him a PM.

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Not familiar with MF but some JD's Pto has a hydrolic clutch that engages the PTO. It could be any thing from a shot main pump to bad valve at pto which could cause the hydrolic oil to bypass giving you nothing at the ports/hoses. I ve had to split several tractors myself (all JD's) but I dont think I would dive into that project unless I had alot of time to go fishin' around in that tranny housing.
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Most likely the hydraulics are driven by something in the drivetrain. You've no doubt broken something in that area, that also drives the pto.

I don't know enough about the Massey's to be any more specific.

I do agree with Farmersteve, it's a pretty in depth job.

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yea when you start it up some times it will make the noise right away and some times it will take a little while. but the noise is like a really bad screeching sound. i don't know if that helps at all.

How much should i expect to spend on a repair like this?
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The cost is really gonna depend on what is broken, and how much work is involved in repairing it.

Your best bet is to find a reputable dealer, or repair shop in your area.

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ok thank you.

does any one does any one know any good shops in ohio?
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I know the shops around here are about $80-$90 per hour. And splitting a tractor is going to be a few hours, for sure. Then the diagnosis and repair of the actual problem. .. I don't know what it'd be, but I know I wouldn't want to have to pay it.

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