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Re: Need Help Identifying ford Tractor

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Sean in PA

04-15-2013 11:09:18

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As others have said, the model number is C1023C, which is a 3000 general purpose agricultural chassis tractor with a gas engine, 8 speed transmission and live PTO.

The production code is 5B02B, which tells you what day and even what shift it was when the tractor rolled off of the assembly line. In this case it was February 2, 1965, day shift.

C101986 is the serial number, which is an early 1965 serial number, and so it agrees with the production code above.

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A 3400 model number would start with 340 (1968-1968) or C40 (1968-1975).

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Why do you think that the parts manual is telling you that your fuel tank was for a Ford 3400? Are you looking up a casting number from the tank? If so, that's the problem, the casting number is not the part number. The parts numbers in the parts manual are what the current recommended part numbers are for a particular application. If you notice, the part number for a gas tank for a regular 3000 starts with E3NN, which means that part number wasn't even used until 1973, so who knows what the original part number was for a 1965 300.

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