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Ford 602 mounted corn picker

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Dave witkowski

01-24-2012 11:01:06
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Does anyone know when things were built,when they changed from red to blue and when they did were there any changes made.We have a 1961 ford 6000 that we acquired with a 602 picker.The picker is blue.Have been thinking about restoring tractor to original color red and grey.Maybe paint picker red to match tractor.I am in need of tre pulley that goes on the Tractor PTO as ours broke.The tractor has 17xx original hours and the picker a lot less.And is it worth the effort to restore picker.Also anyone have an original red picker to get pictures of.Any help would be greatly appreciated

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WayneIA

01-24-2012 11:43:38
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 Re: Ford 602 mounted corn picker in reply to Dave witkowski, 01-24-2012 11:01:06  
I beleive the first blue 602 pickers came in 1963.And don't think there was any differemce, weather it was red or blue.If I remember right,most 602 pickers on a 6000 were driven with a 1000 rpm set up.This would mean that the PTO pulley is smaller than the driven pulleys,as opposed to the 540 rpm which had a large pto pulley and 2 smaller driven pulleys.



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dale f 3600W

01-24-2012 12:24:30
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 Re: Ford 602 mounted corn picker in reply to WayneIA, 01-24-2012 11:43:38  
I am in need of a piston and sleeve set for 1962 Ford Workmaster Diesel engine.I would consider a complete used, rebuilt or rebuildable engine, either diesel or Gas for this tractor if parts are no longer available.
Thanks in advance for all help in this matter.
DF



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dale f 3600W

01-24-2012 12:17:47
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 Re: Ford 602 mounted corn picker in reply to WayneIA, 01-24-2012 11:43:38  
I am in need of a piston and sleeve set for 1962 Ford Workmaster Diesel engine.I would consider a complete used, rebuilt or rebuildable engine, either diesel or Gas for this tractor if parts are no longer available.
Thanks in advance for all help in this matter.
DF



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