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Re: 4000 platform tractor

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12-09-2012 18:53:42

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Not only does this guy think it's rare, take another look at the picture. I think it is a reverse image. Oil filter is on the right. It also has the wrong fenders for a 4200. They should be flat tops. Bet he keeps this one for a while.

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James Wilson

12-10-2012 08:04:13

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 Re: 4000 platform tractor in reply to watsonsgotit, 12-09-2012 18:53:42  
I have 4000 brochure of his rare tractor, and it came with round and flat fenders.

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12-10-2012 09:06:06

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 Re: 4000 platform tractor in reply to James Wilson, 12-10-2012 08:04:13  
The literature shows the flat deck with the round fenders? I would have said that only flattops were correct for a RC, too. Can you scan and post that picture?

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12-10-2012 18:58:18

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 Re: 4000 platform tractor in reply to Fordfarmer, 12-10-2012 09:06:06  
I have an Operator's Manual Supplement, Ford 4000 Row Crop Tractor that has a photo/drawing of a 4000 RC with the '65- mid '68 sheet metal on the cover. All of the photos in this manual that show the fenders are Flattops.
FWIW: I also have a 7000 RC Supplement and a 4000 LP Supplement.

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