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Ford 2110 gas 3 cylinder industrial

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01-08-2013 17:08:16

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trying to get this tractor running again, would anyone have the plug information and firing pattern for this tractor? Thank you

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01-09-2013 08:00:00

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 Re: Ford 2110 gas 3 cylinder industrial in reply to marNY, 01-08-2013 17:08:16  
Thanks to all of you for such great help and the photo, it is really appreciated!

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Sean in PA

01-09-2013 03:55:22

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 Re: Ford 2110 gas 3 cylinder industrial in reply to marNY, 01-08-2013 17:08:16  
Man oh man, my brain was telling my fingers 1-2-3, but my fingers typed 1-3-2. Sorry about that.

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Sean in PA

01-08-2013 17:47:11

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 Re: Ford 2110 gas 3 cylinder industrial in reply to marNY, 01-08-2013 17:08:16  
2110 should be the Low Center of Gravity version of the 1965-1975 3 cylinder 2000. Firing order should be 1-3-2, and the original spark plugs were Autolite AG5, which you can cross reference to a number of other brands, but most folks swear by the Autolites. Plug gap should be 0.025.

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01-08-2013 20:29:05

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 Re: Ford 2110 gas 3 cylinder industrial in reply to Sean in PA, 01-08-2013 17:47:11  
Shouldn't the firing order be 1-2-3? That's what it is on my 4600 diesel. I know - bigger, newer model, but pretty sure all the 3-cyl's were the same firing order.

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Ultradog MN

01-09-2013 02:12:28

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 Re: Ford 2110 gas 3 cylinder industrial in reply to Fordfarmer, 01-08-2013 20:29:05  
Mark, you are correct. It's 123. On a gasser it's cast right into the manifold. PS, distributer turns CCW

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