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MTZ Tractors - Old Models (Belarus) / Belarus 250AS
« Last post by farmlessfarmer on June 20, 2017, 02:25:44 PM »
Hello i live in Louisiana USA, we had afew Belarus dealers afew yrs ago but it sceme's they are no longer here, Now & then someone Calls me about working on one of these tractors, we have people who still like them. I came upon a 250AS that looks new, still has stickers on it & very few hrs. it was closed in a barn for yrs & is in almost new shapefor $2500 american dollars. I only plan to use this tractor for a sprayer, pto generator & 5 foot triming mower. I am a mechanic but parts ane scarce & i have no problem fabricating & tinkering. I would hate to buy a tractor that may break a transmission or housing & scrap a tractor early especially when not much money is made on a small farm, Small tractors here are in demand & expensive & a new Kabota is way out my reach. "What do the Belarus experts have to say" how many hours can i get out of this engine if well maintained? what can i expect? i do like the simplicity of a basic tractor?
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MTZ Tractors - Current Models / Re: Belarus 152, the Mini Tractor
« Last post by Mini Tractor User on June 19, 2017, 11:23:19 PM »
Hi Arie,

Interesting about strict rules on emissions! But is this current information? SAZ switched to Honda engines for their mini tractors quite some time ago. The 152 is powered by a Honda GX 390.

Driving sensibly the fuel consumption is quite ok, but put the pedal to the metal... The tractor is very strong on low gears, so far it has not been necessary push the throttle hard. Other than the temptation to go full speed on public roads :-)

Martin

PS small gasoline engines are of course not the best option environmentally, especially in densly populated areas. If there was the bi-fuel option gasoline / CNG (or propane) it would be most interesting. But perhaps this would be neither feasible nor practical...
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1) Current official factory red color: RAU 3002
2) See attach close colours as selected by a dealer in Canada.
3) If you'll need original factory parts, please connect with our parts manager Ray: 1-855-246-4689 x222
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MTZ Tractors - Current Models / Re: Belarus 152, the Mini Tractor
« Last post by arie515 on June 17, 2017, 07:15:30 PM »
Nice tractor. Too bad we can not bring it to USA/Canada because of the emissions regulations.
Arie

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MTZ Tractors - Current Models / Re: Belarus 152, the Mini Tractor
« Last post by Mini Tractor User on June 10, 2017, 02:33:05 AM »
Hello again,

Fresh from Belagro exibition a picture of the 152 with loader.

Driving the mini tractor in the forest hauling logs has worked well. It is a small machine, but suprisingly usefull. In reverse it is a bit fast for forest work. This is of course not uncommon for farm tractors. But you generally plan the route only going forward anyway.

Many countries now only need proof of medical coverage to be able to visit 5 days visa free (but not via Russia since the flights in the union state are treated as domestic in both the countries).

The Belagro exibition, the city of Minsk and the countryside in general are well worth the trip!

Cheers
Martin
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MTZ Tractors - Old Models (Belarus) / MTZ 50, 570, 820 color codes in REL or HEX
« Last post by Lanti on June 09, 2017, 05:22:55 AM »
Hi there!

We have two MTZ 50s and we want to restore them. I want to know the official red color code for the series in REL or HEX format:



But I have a crazy idea, my plan is to re-paint them with the colors of the MTZ 570, 820, etc. series (because I think it's looks much better and mature):



  • I want to know which colors are matte or glossy?
  • I need these color's codes in REL or HEX: red, black, silver.
Thank You!
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Attachments, Loaders and Accessories / Re: Loader for Belarus 825
« Last post by Haymaker on June 07, 2017, 02:20:08 AM »
Well several loader manufactures in North America  make loaders for that tractor.  Depends on your preference or if buying used what's a good deal vs condition.  Issue would be the loader mounts which bolt to the tractor.  Maker sure what ever loader you get has the braces that go back to the rear axle.   
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Attachments, Loaders and Accessories / Loader for Belarus 825
« Last post by kpuc on June 01, 2017, 07:57:46 PM »
Does anyone know where I can find a loader for a Belarus model 825? Or what kind other loader could be easily modified for use?
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Thanks for that info, Haymaker ...

Calling the US Belarus folks to see what their list of parts/costs are, and will then compare that to getting some of these things rebuilt/machined locally (where local is a 100 or so miles away from me).

Haymaker and others have suggested these ancillary tasks:
- inspect/machine/replace clutch disc, pressure plate, flywheel
- rear main seal
- clean off leaky stuff, and inspect anything else visible/accessible while tractor is split
Anything obvious missing above?

On splitting the tractor & doing just clutch work (trying to determine hours, not necessarily exact cost, although my wallet wants to know a ballpark # before it will open for me), I'm getting only a hit or two, like 6  - 8 hours ... does that sound reasonable to split & replace clutch (assuming nothing else found needing)?

Thanks for your time, folks! My 10k # baby will be back to playing in the dirt soon!

If you're far away from a repair shop it might be just as easy to order the parts you need from MTZ and have them shopped to your place.  As I mentioned there is nothing special about the clutch. It's just a basic single disc dry clutch. Any tractor repair / heavy equpment shop could do it.
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