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11-06-2012, 05:56 PM #1
Ford 3000 Help
I am looking at a Ford 3000 for my first tractor. It is gas and has about 2450 hrs on it. It is in decent shape and has only mowed grass for the last 8 years. The current owner is the 2nd owner. It is a 1966 model. Now for the questions. The first owner broke the tranny and when he replaced it he put the 4 spd in it. It has live pto but only has the 4 spd. It's been that way for years. Also I don't understand the numbers on the right side here's what I think they read its hard to see them.
The top number doesn't match any thing I can find on the net. Can anyone tell me what is going on. He is asking $3000
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11-16-2012, 11:27 AM #2
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- Nov 2012
- upstate ny
- ford 3400
Re: Ford 3000 Help
From the info I have, I'm thinking some of the numbers you have are wrong and/or are letters. Can you clean the area or get a flashlight in there to be sure? Neither of the top two numbers are in exactly the right order to be sure of what they are telling you. I.E. both have a letter where they should have a number or vice versa.
Try this page for help in what to look for:
FORD CODES and SERIAL NUMBERS
I used it as a reference for mine and everything was correct and agreed with the service manual.
Are you concerned that the tractor is not the year/model he is telling you, or just looking for general information on the model itself?
11-16-2012, 01:00 PM #3
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- EUP Mich
11-16-2012, 05:01 PM #4
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