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* FTB 11 (Ferguson Tool Britool)

Posted on October 20th, 2013 by ploughmyfield. Filed under General.


I am a such a sucker for an original Ferguson Tool especially when it was made by Britool.

I recently picked up this 1/4″ square spanner marked with FTB11 1/4 SQ. I had to look in the manual to find out what it was for. It is used to undo some bolts in the gearbox that hold the selectors in position. I don’t think I will ever use it but I’m one step closer to having a full set although with the price of FTB27  made recently in the picture below it’s going to take me a long time to be able to afford them all, if I can find them that is.



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* You can never have enough tools

Posted on December 5th, 2012 by ploughmyfield. Filed under General.

Would you agree with that or not Ted, Roy?

I got a bargain with these 5 Britool spanners for 99p Yes there are still bargains on ebay. They were local to me so I didn’t have to pay any postage.

5 Britool Spanners

Sizes (ALL A/F):

2RB5662 9/16″, 5/8″

2RB6275 5/8″, 3/4″

4205 1/2″, 9/16″

4209 9/16″, 5/8″

4211 19/32″, 11/16″

also been buying some reading material for the holidays

1966 MF Supplement

Description: Massey Ferguson Range Supplement Sales brochure covering the MF35 Loader, 17 Trailer, 18 Trailer, 702 Transport box, 701 Transport box, 723 Post hole digger, 721 Multi purpose blade, 727 Subsoiler, and 65 Rotary Cutter with pictures and spec on the machines  dating back to 1966.


I really pushed the boat out on this one. I just hope it’s worth it. I’ve only ever seen a photo and short video for the Ferguson training school. I’m desperate for any information I can get on the place. If I had a time machine it would be the place I would go an attend one of the courses.

Stoneleigh Brochure

Stoneleigh Blurb


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* Paul’s Restoration Challenge (second attempt)

Posted on January 6th, 2012 by ploughmyfield. Filed under News.

Last year I posted some great pictures from a reader who was hoping to restore TEF-20

That particular deal fell through but undeterred Paul’s partner has come to the rescue and bought him for Christmas a TEF-20. Strange my wife given the chance would like to sell my tractor and all my Ferguson stuff. It’s amazing how things change.

So on with the new challenge for 2012.


Hi TimHow are you?Hope you are keeping well and you had a lovely Christmas and Happy New Year.Just thought I would let you know that those 2 tractors I was hoping to aquire fell through.

However on the plus side, my partner has bought me a TEF 20 which is now currently in pieces in my barn! (photos attached)

You might also be interested in the head holder for a Ferguson – Designed and approved by Ferguson which I have never seen before but works very well in pressing the valves out that my friend ( Vintage Tractor restorer ) has acquired over the years of working with tractors!


From the photo’s this one looks a little easier to restore then your last Specimen.
I love those pictures of the Cylinder Head tool. I have seen it before in the Britool tools catalogue, who originally supplied most of the tools for Ferguson. The badge looks fab.
So are you having the tractor restored by someone or will it be you restoring it?

Britool Ferguson Tools

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