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Re: 4000 Ultra Hi Crop

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Sean in PA

01-11-2013 06:30:33

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It is hard to tell exactly what it is from the pictures.
Besides the 3600 decals, it also has the grill of the 2600/3600/4600 series. It also has the ccw tachometer of the '75 and up 2600/3600/4600 and later series.

It has the single sided steering box like the 4000/4600, so it's not likely a 3600 despite the decals, more likely a 4600.

Another oddity is that it looks to have a dual stick transmission like a 6 or 8 speed, but the sticker on the dash looks to be for the single stick 4 speed.

Also, it has the engine dipstick on the right hand side, which is wrong for all 3 cylinders from 1965 through 1990 as far as I know. Maybe the engine was swapped out at some point with one from a standalone generator or irrigation pump setup? Or did they make them with the dipstick on the right on some model that I'm not aware of?

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01-11-2013 06:51:19

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 Re: 4000 Ultra Hi Crop in reply to Sean in PA, 01-11-2013 06:30:33  
I'd noticed the grill and tach as well. I missed the 4-speed decal. The steering box is likely a 4000/4600 piece, but it's a manual box with a 4000-style power assist cylinder, rather than an integral p/s box. Would be interesting to see the trumpets, to see if it has a single or double reduction rear end. With the ribbing on the side of the block, I assumed it was a BSD replacement engine, with the dipstick on the right like series 10 tractors.

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