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Ultradog MN

12-13-2012 14:46:06
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You sure?
I know you'd really like a 3 cyl gasser.
And you've been flirting around with buying a jerk o matic for a while.
This would be a great candidate to kill two birds with one stone.




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soundguy

12-13-2012 15:04:07
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 Re: FordFarmer in reply to Ultradog MN, 12-13-2012 14:46:06  
i have been wanting one of those acursed trannies. and it's a trike.. though it is a flat deck.. :(



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Fordfarmer

12-13-2012 14:48:00
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 Re: FordFarmer in reply to Ultradog MN, 12-13-2012 14:46:06  
And it's another NF... he's just gonna have to give in and go get it...



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soundguy

12-13-2012 15:05:37
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 Re: FordFarmer in reply to Fordfarmer, 12-13-2012 14:48:00  
don't think it isn't tempting... if a similar one popped for sale a lil farther south.. it might follow me home..

for instance.. a gasser 5000 NF.. I might have to drive for that one.. :)



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TONY JACOBS

12-14-2012 06:51:15
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 Re: FordFarmer in reply to soundguy, 12-13-2012 15:05:37  
Hello Chris , I used to know where there was TWO single wheel fronts for the 5000 , if you are interested I can check to see if they are still there then you would not be limited to just a narrow front , you could grab a wide front and convert it yourself . Thanks Tony



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soundguy

12-14-2012 15:14:19
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 Re: FordFarmer in reply to TONY JACOBS, 12-14-2012 06:51:15  
if you have the # laying around I'd surely take it.

5200 are somewhat common here. I know where 2 flat platfrom are right now.. wide front of course..



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TONY JACOBS

12-14-2012 20:34:21
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 Re: FordFarmer in reply to soundguy, 12-14-2012 15:14:19  
Hello Chris , I will call him and see if he still has them as I need to speak with him about some other parts , if he does I will get his number to you and you guys can deal direct . Thanks Tony



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soundguy

12-14-2012 21:14:29
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 Re: FordFarmer in reply to TONY JACOBS, 12-14-2012 20:34:21  
appreciate it...



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TONY JACOBS

12-15-2012 22:35:43
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 Re: FordFarmer in reply to soundguy, 12-14-2012 21:14:29  
Hello Chris , Both Single front / Narrow front have been sold . I asked him to let me know if he locates anything else in either single or double narrow for the 5000 , 7000 , 8000 tractors . Thanks Tony



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soundguy

12-17-2012 05:37:56
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 Re: FordFarmer in reply to TONY JACOBS, 12-15-2012 22:35:43  
appreciate ya looking.

thanks



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showcrop

12-13-2012 16:35:17
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 Re: FordFarmer in reply to soundguy, 12-13-2012 15:05:37  
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Hey Chris, don't forget that those row crop 4000s and 5000s can be easily converted from wide to narrow.



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Zack(NC)

12-21-2012 05:50:04
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 Re: FordFarmer in reply to showcrop, 12-13-2012 16:35:17  
They are easy to change yes, but you have to have the mounting plate to the pedestol before you can use the single front or tricycle front on the 5200 & they arn"t cheap to buy unless you get lucky, You can actullay have 4 different styles of fronts for the 5200, the single wheel, tricycle, wide front set out or wide front set back for closer turning radius, we"ve had our 5200 all 4 ways before but it"s currently "set back" wide front right now. There"s a old Ford dealer here in NC that has a brand new one for $1000 Zack

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soundguy

12-13-2012 16:50:08
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 Re: FordFarmer in reply to showcrop, 12-13-2012 16:35:17  
is it as simple as a pedistal change?

are the pedistals the same among them?

the NF later models are just so rare around here.. never see them.. an odd 6000 now and then.. etc..



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showcrop

12-14-2012 07:49:48
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 Re: FordFarmer in reply to soundguy, 12-13-2012 16:50:08  
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Knowing that you are not a purist, a Farmall pedistal nearly bolts right up.



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soundguy

12-14-2012 15:07:11
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 Re: FordFarmer in reply to showcrop, 12-14-2012 07:49:48  
hey.. CNH Case / New holland.

that's close right? :)



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Shetland Sheepdog

12-14-2012 08:39:23
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 Re: FordFarmer in reply to showcrop, 12-14-2012 07:49:48  
Colin, is that what you have on your 9000?



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showcrop

12-14-2012 14:44:32
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 Re: FordFarmer in reply to Shetland Sheepdog, 12-14-2012 08:39:23  
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How did you guess? LOL



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Ultradog MN

12-14-2012 17:13:43
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 Re: FordFarmer in reply to showcrop, 12-14-2012 14:44:32  
Got pics of that changeover?
Or can you take some and show us?
I like a bit of farmerizing - resourceful.



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Fordfarmer

12-14-2012 06:17:07
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 Re: FordFarmer in reply to soundguy, 12-13-2012 16:50:08  
I believe it is that simple. The 4200 has it's own wide front axle, but the 5200 and 7200 (and '76 66/7600 RC's) share the same wide axles. Don't know without checking p/n's, but I -think- they all use the same NF pedistal. May even be the same as the prior RC's. Any time you get a '65-up RC, it will be a flat deck.



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Zack(NC)

12-21-2012 05:56:23
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 Re: FordFarmer in reply to Fordfarmer, 12-14-2012 06:17:07  
I was telling showcrop that they are easy to change but the 5200's require a bracket that bolts to the pedestol, then you can bolt up the single front or a tricycle front to the 5200, we have had our 5200 all 4 ways before single, tricycle, & wide front "set out" & wide front "set back" for shorter turning radius, the 4200's do not require the plate, the fronts you choose will bolt right up! Zack

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12-21-2012 07:15:33
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 Re: FordFarmer in reply to Zack(NC), 12-21-2012 05:56:23  
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Zack, I just checked out the CNH parts page and I see a spacer there, but I don't see a need for it. I just bolted the Farmall pedestal up to the plate on the bottom of the motor of my 9000. Perhaps the plate on the 5000 is recessed? in which case a spacer could be easily be made to afford the necessary clearance.



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