In Germany the MF-685 model was replaced with the new MF-87 combine. The Perkins engines with 63 HP power was a power drive. The working place of the operator was on the left side of rather longitudinal axis of the car, and the engine and the bunker for grain were in back part of the combine.
In 1966 the second generation of MF-87 which was equipped with the upgraded Perkins engines of 65 h.p. was introduced in production. A series of MF-99 combines which was lower than all model range was in parallel presented. These harvesters had advantages: increased speed of threshing, the header was adjustable on height and also the operator's chair was regulated.
|Model||MF 86||MF 87||MF 87||MF 99|
|Power, hp DIN||60 SAE||63||65 SAE||70 SAE|
|Fuel tank, L||80||80||80||150|
|Speed min-max, km/h||1,4 — 20||1,2-17,5||1,2-17,5||1,4-19,0|
|Cutting wigth, cm||251||251||295||285|