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For Massey Ferguson 1250 compact by Iseki, see Massey Ferguson 1250 (Iseki).
Massey Ferguson 1250
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Model history
Model introduced 1979
Model discontinued 1982
Model status Discontinued
No. produced Unknown
Preceded by MF 1200
Superseded by dropped till MF48xx imported
Engine Specification
Engine make Perkins
Engine model Perkins A6.354.4
Fuel type Diesel
Power hp 112
Governed rpm {{{governedrpm}}}
Displacement cu in /(litre) 5.7 litre
No. of Cylinders 6 (straight)
Bore in (mm) 98.4 mm
Stroke in (mm) 127 mm
Cooling system Water
Naturally aspirated, Turbo or Supercharged NA
Transmission Details
Transmission type Multipower
Gearbox make MF
Forward 12
Reverse 4
Drive 4WD
General Data
Linkage Category Cat I, Cat II or Cat III
Lift capacity (lb/kg) 4,368 kg
Tyre Sizes (std/options)
Front 16.9 x 34
Rear 16.9 x 34
Tractor Dimensions
Length (inches/metres) 5170 mm
Width (inches/meters) 2030 mm
Height (inches/meters) ?
Weight (nominal) lb/kg 6200 kg
Wheelbase ?
Cab Details
Cab Make MF Safety
Type of Cab Safety
Other info
Factories Barton Rd Manchester, England
Plow rating Unknown
Notes Cost new £17,850 (1979)
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The Massey Ferguson 1250 was the upgraded version of the MF 1200 articulated (centre pivot) 4WD tractor, the first designed for the British market by a major manufacturer. The tractor was introduced in 1979, and was not directly replaced as conventional models had grown in power to match it and the cost premium hit sales.

Model historyEdit

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SpecificationEdit

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PreservationEdit

these tractors are developing a cult following with example increasing in value as collectors buy them up. A lot were worked hard in their day and suffered from abuse with engines being uprated by fitting turbochargers, so good clean examples are rare.

See alsoEdit

Tractor model range
Preceded by
New design
MF 1200
1974–1979
Succeeded by
MF 1250
Preceded by
MF 1200
MF 1250
1979–1982
Succeeded by
No Direct successor

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