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Re: Location of ford h.d. industrials in Michigan

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12-31-2012 08:43:47

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Welcome to the ford tractor discussion forum. This is best place you could've come to first. I'm far from being a ford tractor expert but there are a handful of guys here who have forgotten more about ford tractors than most people will ever know! > You can ask any Question you want and as many as you want as long as you are sincere .We all have one thing in common: a passion for ford tractors and I know nothing pleases them more than seeing people(such as yourself)restoring a ford tractor instead of letting it rust in someones field! This web page here has many parts for your tractor. The number is on the top of every page,I think! Your tractor is basically the same as the 801 series and was what the 1801 series evolved into.So most parts are easy to find. With your HD industrial you have a different Heavy Duty front end,different front nose and hood assembly,a heavy duty sub-frame,stronger front mounted Hydraulic pump,hydraulic tank in front of the radiator and the loader unit. There are boneyards for tractors and quite a few places make repro parts.
I've got quiete a few parts for your tractor.(radiator,gas tank,hydro tank,front hood and side side panels. I've even got an extra front nose piece(but who ever loses or breaks that piece).I also have the grille insert piece with the four[ F O R D ] letters!( I know that one is somewhat hard to find)If interested my email is open and I don't charge as if my parts are " gold plated" like some do. The guy you need to talk to is Tony Jacobes.He loves to talk about the HD industrials.Oh yeah! and that Elenco 4wd system under your tractor--
He OWNS the company! Good Luck GT65 PS Sorry about the mess of pictures I have with your message! I haven't done this in a while!!

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Don (MI)

12-31-2012 12:22:26

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 Re: Location of ford h.d. industrials in Michigan in reply to gt65, 12-31-2012 08:43:47  
Thanks for photos GT65. Where are you located and what is your phone number? I have my tractor tore apart right now and trying to get everything functioning. Hope to talk to you soon. Don 586 752 7919

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