Massey-Harris 50

Massey-Harris 50 tractor photo
1955 - 1956
Utility tractor
Utility tractor
Built in Detroit, Michigan, USA
The Massey-Harris 50 was based on the Ferguon TO-35 and introduced after the merger that created Massey-Harris-Ferguson. It was also produced as the F-40 for Ferguson dealers. The 50 was available in several configurations: utility, high-crop utility, or row-crop with a choice of single, tricycle, or wide adjustable front ends.
Massey-Harris 50 Engine
Continental 2.2L 4-cyl gasoline
Fuel tank17 gal
64.3 L
Engine details ...
Massey-Harris 50 Power
Drawbar (tested)30.50 hp
22.7 kW
Belt (tested)32.58 hp
24.3 kW
Performance test details ...
Two-wheel drive
Steeringpower OptOptional
Differential mechanical shoe brakes
Open operator station.
Typeopen center
Pump flow3 gpm
11.4 lpm
Tractor hitch
Rear TypeI
Controlmechanical draft control
Power Take-off (PTO)
Rear PTOlive *Two-stage clutch.
Clutch228.6mm dry disc
Rear PTO Type540 (1.375)
Dimensions & Tires
Wheelbase81.2 inches
206 cm
Weight3432 lbs
1556 kg
Front tire5.50x16
Rear tire11x28
Full dimensions and tires ...
50 Serial Number Location
Massey-Harris 50 serial number location
Serial number plate on the dashboard.
50 Serial Numbers

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Belt Pulley
Diameter9 inches
22 cm
Width6.5 inches
16 cm
Speed3100 ft/min
944.88 meters/min
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