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    Default Ford 4000 restore



    The day I brought her home





    All sandblasted up new frontt end bearings bushings and all


    Of course the step was smashed

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    Looks great.
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    It's always a good idea to do it all right and cover all the bases from the beginning of the restoration. Best wishes in regards to the completion of your project.
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    Default Re: Ford 4000 restore

    man the 4000 and 5000 series was some good tractors, at one time around here every one had one or the other. can't wait to see it finished.

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    Thanks guys I'd love to get a 5000 next

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    Quote Originally Posted by sam5570 View Post
    man the 4000 and 5000 series was some good tractors
    They're hard to find these days too, at least around here.
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    nice work.

    and yeah.. for some reason all the steps are always mashed..

    the 4xxx and 5xxx are nice machines.

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    I know 5000s are outrageous on price around and sound guy your right while your on here do you anything about the metering vale in the injection pump its a CAV

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    probably gonna have to ask rickb or whodat about the metering valve. I don't do as much work on the newer diesels.

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    Ok thank you I bought one so ill try it atleast

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