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Re: Identifying a Ferguson

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Jason S.

03-09-2013 08:26:11

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It could be a TE20,TO20,TEA20 or TO30. All of those had the brake pedal arrangement like that. IS the air intake on the dash? Is the oil filter canister on the right hand side of the engine if you are sitting on the tractor? If so then it would be a TO30, the TO20 and TE20 did not have the air intake on the dash, the oil filter is behind a plate on the bottom of the oil pan. A TE20 has an aluminum transmission case and two bolts in front and back of the shifter where the boot is. A TO20 has a cast transmission case, and the are no bolts at the bottom of the shifter where the boot is.A TEA20 will have the same features as the TE20 but it will have a standard engine instead of a continental. Look at the bottom of the block on the left side down towards the oil pan. Does it have a Z120 or Z129 cast into it? Z129 is a TO30 engine,Z120 is a TO20 or TE20 engine. Hope this helps.

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Jason S.

03-09-2013 08:34:08

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 Re: Identifying a Ferguson in reply to Jason S., 03-09-2013 08:26:11  
Reproduction manifolds are available for them, but the reproductions use a 3 bolt exhaust pipe flange like was used on a 35 instead of the clamp style flange that was used originally. The only other problem with the reproduction manifolds is you usually have to do a little grinding to get enough room to get a wrench on the nuts for the manifold studs. Other than that they fit and function fine.Manifolds will interchange between a Continental Z120,Z129,Z134, used on the 20,30 and 35.

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Don Rudolph

03-09-2013 12:32:29

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 Re: Identifying a Ferguson in reply to Jason S., 03-09-2013 08:34:08  
Thank you very much! It is a TO20. Don

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