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Re: 1970 Ford 4110 LCG Tractor Pictures

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02-17-2013 08:44:57

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Nice find.

Heavy, powerful and LCG, it will make a GREAT mowing tractor, and you stole it.

The MM sickle bar mower is quite unusual and probably valuable to someone if you do not need it.

FWIW, it will likely be around years after the orange tractors in the background are rusting away in some graveyard.

If you need a new grill for it, I might have a lead on a NOS one at my local CNH dealer.


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02-17-2013 19:59:17

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 Re: 1970 Ford 4110 LCG Tractor Pictures in reply to Dean, 02-17-2013 08:44:57  
That sickle mower will do any thing a bush hog will do. It will cut weeds grass and small shrubs. You might be surprised as you will like it if you use it.

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George The Well Driller

02-17-2013 11:27:54

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 Re: 1970 Ford 4110 LCG Tractor Pictures in reply to Dean, 02-17-2013 08:44:57  
My thoughts exactly Dean! These pictures are from the dealer that i bought it from. I do not know anything about the MM sickle bar. I am going to take it off as soon as weather permits. I work outside with no garage.I have a 5ft old beat up woods brush hog to cut with. It is heavy and powerful.Yes you have a good eye. I will need a new lower front grill. Mice had built a nest behind that one.The plastic has some holes in it. The tach works and gas gauge and temp gauge and the idiot lights. Just have not got the hour meter to change yet. Have not gone far in the snow with it.I have a 1949 8n but this is going to be my new tractor for brush hogging. Thanks again for the positive remarks about my new purchase. I dont get lucky very often. George

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Phil B.

02-18-2013 09:34:54

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 Re: 1970 Ford 4110 LCG Tractor Pictures in reply to George The Well Driller, 02-17-2013 11:27:54  
Hey it looks like Orchard Hill Farm Eq. How was that guy to deal with? Had my eye on a Kubota there, but it was repainted, and I"m wary of not so old tractors that have been repainted so pretty.

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George The Well Driller

02-18-2013 13:53:06

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 Re: 1970 Ford 4110 LCG Tractor Pictures in reply to Phil B., 02-18-2013 09:34:54  
Emerich Sales and service 187 Valentine Road Charlton New york is where i bought it from.518-399-8574

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02-17-2013 13:43:14

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 Re: 1970 Ford 4110 LCG Tractor Pictures in reply to George The Well Driller, 02-17-2013 11:27:54  
Your tractor will play with a 6' mower in just about all conditions and will handle a mounted twin spindle 8' cutter in most. It will do almost 3X the work that your 8N will do and the LCG model is equally at home on steep ground.

Let me know if you need a grill. My local dealer is moving and is selling (cheap) old stock that they do not want to move. I bought two NOS grills for 63-64 *000 tractors and I believe that I saw a plastic grill to fit yours on the pile.


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