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MM G1050D

Postby Swisspuller » Fri Jul 26, 2019 7:22 am

First sorry for my english, i am from switzerland. :D
I have a dream fulfilled and bought a MM G1050D.
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at the moment it is disassembled and sealed. These vehicles are very rare with us so I can not ask sombody. I have no support to the MM.
That's why I'm glad that there is a forum and hope that you can help me.
Question: Does anyone have Service Manuals Workshop Manual or somthing? Unfortunately, I have not found a company or aperson who sends me the documents to Switzerland. there are documents online? for your help, I thank you in advance.
And how it works the "Ampli Torc"?
i am sure i have more questions :wink:


Thanks
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Re: MM G1050D

Postby Tony Turner » Fri Jul 26, 2019 8:33 am

Hi Reto and welcome to the forum.
I can't help you with your question because I'm not familiar with the newer tractors. As site Owner and Admin I just wanted to say hello and tell you that we have the smartest MM guys on the planet that can help you.

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Re: MM G1050D

Postby idt-572 » Fri Jul 26, 2019 4:01 pm

Maybe this will help.............

I can find other places if you need them.

https://www.amazon.com/Minneapolis-Moli ... B00CMVUV4K
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Re: MM G1050D

Postby shinnery » Sat Jul 27, 2019 7:00 pm

If the Amazon link doesn't work out you might try for manuals https://floydcountymuseum.org/
And other MM parts http://jetstar.minneapolis-moline.com/parts.html mainly Welters.
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Re: MM G1050D

Postby bmg » Mon Jul 29, 2019 2:33 pm

You can view AGCO parts books as a Guest User at this link: https://apb.agcocorp.com/
Moline didn't publish a service manual. You should look for an I&T manual that covers most MM Tractors including the G-1050 with basic service procedures. Search for Intertec MM-201.
Moline offered 2 different Ampli-torc - a 2 speed and a 3 speed version on the G-1050. It's a type of power shift transmission between the engine clutch and the standard 5 speed gear transmission. On a 2 speed you can shift from high (direct 1:1) to low (planetary gear reduction). On a 3 speed there is also an intermediate reduction between high and low. High and intermediate are engaged via clutch packs and low is through a one-way roller bearing and a planetary or gear reduction. Never use the Ampli-torc in low when descending/going down hills as the one-way bearing will not provide any engine braking and your tractor and load may run away - very dangerous.
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Re: MM G1050D

Postby Swisspuller » Tue Aug 06, 2019 1:56 am

Hi everyone.
Thanks for the reply and thank you Tony for the recording.
At the moment there are parts in the processing. New brakes, new radiator, new fuel injectors, and much more.
the vehicle has not experienced much love and service.

Downhill is difficult I have experienced with the ampli-torc.
I have 2 gears with my tractor.

Another question to the oil, in the vehicle true, a red hydraulic oil, an automatic-gearbox oil.
I do not think that it is the right oil. I think it comes in a STOU (Super-Tractor-Oil-Universal) oil
or what do you think?
Thank you very much for your answers.
Reto
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Re: MM G1050D

Postby Larry Mi. » Wed Aug 07, 2019 10:50 am

The red hydraulic oil is automatic transmission oil type A. That is what moline used in their hydraulic systems.
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Re: MM G1050D

Postby Swisspuller » Wed Aug 14, 2019 12:41 am

oh there is red automatic transmission oil in it.
Does any other universal oil harm the hydraulic system?
we do not have an attachment with red oil. dan we have a mix in our machines and I think that's not good.

but the old hydraulic systems will probably not be so delicate?

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Re: MM G1050D

Postby Swisspuller » Mon Nov 25, 2019 1:11 am

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Hi.
Now it is time, de 1050 is ready to drive.
In Switzerland is mandatory to drive with lights and turn signals, that's why it was built.

A question. Unfortunately, it is very difficult to deliver something to Switzerland. I'm still looking for operating instructions and service manuals and what is there.
there is nothing online to download? :!:
or can someone send me the documents? Of course, against payment.

Thanks and regards
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Re: MM G1050D

Postby G Brown » Mon Nov 25, 2019 10:27 am

Have parts manual.Have never seen a shop or operating manual.
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Re: MM G1050D

Postby Clyde in Colo » Mon Nov 25, 2019 10:36 am

Looks Great! :mrgreen:
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Re: MM G1050D

Postby G Brown » Tue Dec 03, 2019 4:43 pm

Is an operator manual on Facebook
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Re: MM G1050D

Postby bobcat863 » Thu Dec 12, 2019 10:26 pm

Looking good!
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