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01-06-2013 15:06:25

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i am looking at a ford 9600 has a cab dont know about heat or air runs out good fairly tight tractor the hrs are unknown he is asking 5000 for it he says the only thing is it takes a little ether to start it when its cold i have never owned a ford of any kind so any ones opinion would be helpful thanks

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mark in boonville ny

01-12-2013 20:43:36

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 Re: 9600 oppinion in reply to MHUDGINS, 01-06-2013 15:06:25  
well i paid like 1200 last summer to have the pump on my 9700 rebuilt.

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01-10-2013 17:23:16

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 Re: 9600 oppinion in reply to MHUDGINS, 01-06-2013 15:06:25  
I have plenty of stock 9600 parts for sale, wheels too. Why would anybody pay $1,100 for a stock simms pump?

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01-06-2013 18:20:00

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 Re: 9600 oppinion in reply to MHUDGINS, 01-06-2013 15:06:25  
Check to make sure the PTO shaft is not turning with the PTO lever in the off position. If it is then the PTO break band is broken.

Make sure the dual power shifts without hesitation.
Get a box of ear plugs if you do buy it

After market PTO shafts can be had for a lot less than $500.

Check engine blow by if its hard to start. Before you start it crack open the oil pan drain plug and check for antifreeze. If there is antifreeze most likely the block is perforated in a cylinder wall.

Pull out the 1/8" pipe plug on the intake manifold. It is near the back on the bottom of the manifold. If there is oil on it it is a good indication the turbo is about to puke.

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Fritz Maurer

01-06-2013 17:56:07

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 Re: 9600 oppinion in reply to MHUDGINS, 01-06-2013 15:06:25  
There is a 13mm plug on the bottom of the injector pump, on the forward end. Pull this plug and see what comes out. If it hasn't been serviced for a long time, it will be pure Diesel fuel, or water. If water comes out, that pump is pretty much a roll of the dice. I had one done about 10 years ago and it was 1100.00. Also check the rear wheel casting where it is wedged against the axle. This can be readily seen from the outside. If it was run with the U-bolt loose, the wedge-shape of the axle will not fit cleanly into the wedge portion of the wheel. The axle will be O.K., but nothing can be done about this slop except to change the wheel. Lastly, I have heard of incidents where a customer buys a tractor, then finds out later the weights don't come with it. Make sure you get two PTO shafts with it, whether you use 1000 rpm or not. Don't let him slide on this one. They're about $600 new. If it has a tool box, look in there and make sure everything in there goes with the tractor.

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