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    Default Re: Advice on a 1964 Ford 2000

    Quote Originally Posted by Soundguy View Post
    that's one of my 2 favorite to drive machines.
    Easy to see why

    Top road gear around 23-25mph???
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    Default Re: Advice on a 1964 Ford 2000

    the rowcrops bite you a lil bit with teh bull gear.. but i bet an ag model with large tires like the 14.9-28 I have, plus a coathanger over to the governor and a sherman might get you there.

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    Default Re: Advice on a 1964 Ford 2000

    I guess I didnt realize the row-crops bull gears were a "gear-down"

    I just assumed they had the same ground speed as a non-row-crop with the same tires and tranny.

    Guess I learn something new everyday.
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    Default Re: Advice on a 1964 Ford 2000

    it's a slight but niticeable hit.

    On mine I run a size larger tires.. a 14.9-28 so I probably make up the difference. that and a coat hanger and she will fly pretty good!

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