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    Default Ferguson T020 gas tractor with loader, Virginia $2400

    Ferguson T020 gas tractor with loader, loaded rear tires, chains, and additional 3pt hitch weight: $2400 This is a working tractor and from what I can see just needs paint and a good home.

    The loader lift is hydraulic power up and gravity down (one way cyl), with rear weight assembly. The bucket is hydraulic power dump and hydraulic power curl (2way cyl).
    The tractor has a new battery, new belt, new intake/exhaust manifold, and new muffler and pipe. The starter and generator has been repaired. The tractor comes with a set of chains for the rear tires ($300 value) The loader is currently not installed and I have been using it in summer 2010 to mow approximately 4 acres of grass; FINISH MOWER IS NOT INCLUDED. Additionally, I have used it during the recent cold weather snows to clear my drive with the rear blade (REAR BLADE IS NOT INCLUDED)

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    Default Re: Ferguson T020 gas tractor with loader, Virginia $2400

    This loader appears to be manufactured by WAGNER. I believe it is a W3 model. I am willing to sell the loader apart from the tractor for $1000. The pump is powered by a shaft off the front of the engine; or according to diagram, from transaxle hydraulics. If I am correct, my research found that available documentation says it was built for Ford tractors and will fit 9N, 2N, 8N, NAA, 600, and 800 tractors. The front axle will have to be made wider.
    Here is a link to the loader

    Main Frame and Dipperstick Assemblies (3 pages)

    http://www.ntractorclub.com/forums/m...sages/789.html
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