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Re: Opinion on Ford 9600

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Fordfarmer

11-02-2012 20:32:13
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Not only more operator friendly, but not as thirsty as a 1066. The one I traded in on my TW35 was within 50 hours of rolling the hour meter over, and by what the previous owner said, had never been majored.




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jbirnsch

11-08-2012 15:35:21
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 Re: Opinion on Ford 9600 in reply to Fordfarmer, 11-02-2012 20:32:13  
We have a Ford 9000 with who knows how many hours on it. The tach didn"t work when we bought it and the guy we bought it from said the tach never worked when he bought it. Clutch petal wear look like 10000 plus hours. We put a reman engine in 1000 hours ago. I fixed the tach when we got it with a new cable.
We used it on the 15" stalk chopper this fall. Was running about 7 to 9 psi of boost at 2000 rpm.
Click the link to the YouTube video of it pulling a 24' JD 235 wing fold disk. Pulling in 4th high at 5 MPH.
Weak points are the PTO drive hub splines, shifting and park linkages, and block perforation from cavitation.
Easy on fuel and start good if the cold start button is pressed when below 50.
Big dumb power disking
This post was edited by jbirnsch at 23:26:39 11/08/12.

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