MF210; Series No. 2746; Serial No. 3106,
Based on the SN she was built in 1981.
Engine: 25 hp [18.6 kW]
Drawbar: 17 hp [12.7 kW]
PTO: 22 hp [16.4 kW]
As of July 6, 2015 – 1,875 hours
Drawbar – Part No. 3280677M1 per a seller.
Below copied from here.
Specs & Capacities
- Manual says SAE 30 for temperatures above 90 degrees. SAE 20 or SAE 20/20W for temperatures between 32-90 degrees.
- It takes 5 quarts with a filter change.
- API Service CC/SE
- Cooling System – Permanent Type Antifreeze. 5.3 quarts
- Fuel tank – 7 gallons
- Wix 51346
- Fram C1191A
Below from here.
- Toyosha diesel, 2-cylinder, liquid-cooled 77.1 ci [1.3 L], Model P126
- Bore/Stroke: 3.62×3.74 inches [92 x 95 mm]
- Power: 25 hp [18.6 kW]
- Air cleaner: paper element
- Compression: 23:1
- Rated RPM: 2500
- Starter volts: 12
- Weight (operating): 2,764 lbs [1253 kg] (2WD)
- Ag front: 5.00-15 (2WD). Installed are 6.70-15, 6 ply. Manual says 28 psi.
- Ag rear: 11.2/10-24. Manual says 18 psi.
- As of 2/24/2019 pressurized:
- – front to 25 psi that is 3 psi less than what the manual says but the tire on it is larger than the delivered that is 5.00-15. Perhaps it should be at 28 psi.
- – rear to 18 psi that is what the manual says
- New left rear install July 19, 2019 by David of McGriff’s for $413. David also filled the right side with water.
Factory Test Date: September 15 – 24, 1980
- Type: Diesel 12-speed 2WD
- PTO power (rated engine speed): 21.96 hp [16.4 kW]
- PTO fuel use (engine speed): 1.6 gal/hour [6.1 l/hour]
- PTO power (rated PTO speed): 21.23 hp [15.8 kW]
- PTO fuel use (PTO speed): 1.6 gal/hour [6.1 l/hour]
- Drawbar power (max): 17.28 hp [12.9 kW]
- Drawbar fuel use (max): 1.6 gal/hour [6.1 l/hour]
- Drawbar pull (max): 2159 lbs [979 kg]
- Max pull gear: M4
Advice about stuck clutch – “Clutch won’t disengage on my 1715”
“Your clutch could be stuck to the flywheel from condensation forming. This is a common problem and you can prevent this from happening if you place a block of wood between the clutch pedal arm and the underside of the step, this keeps the parts separated when not in use.
Look for a hole in the bottom of the bell housing. It should be kept clean, this prevents water from collecting inside the bell housing.”