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Re: Need Help Identifying ford Tractor

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After realizing the neck was too short on the new fuel tank I looked at the parts manual to see if I had got the wrong fuel tank. Here is what the parts manual listed out:

E3NN9002AB 1 Tank Assy., Fuel , 1. 97" Neck, 2000, 411 0, 4140, 3000 Except 3400,3500, When repl acing prior level tank,

also order (1)E3NN-9A316-CA(839439 61), (1)E3NN -1 3N850- AA(83943965), ( 1)D5NN-1 4N031-B (83918682) & (5) 54677-S 100(83918056), Start Year: 01/0 1/ 1965

C5NN9002AD 1 Tank Assy., Fuel, 3- 1 1/4" Neck, 3400, 4410, NoLonger Serviced , Start Year: 01/01 / 1965

E2NN9002BA 1 T ank Assy., Fuel, 3500, 3550,4100, 4200, 4400,4500, Start Year: 01/0 1/ 1965

D8NN 9002HA 1 T ank Assy., Fuel, 5 100, Sta rt Yea r: 01/01 / 1965

C5NN9002AM 1 Tank Assy., Fuel , 5200, NHNA Only, NoLonger Serv iced , Start Yea r: 01/0 1/ 1965

The part number I would need would be: C5NN9002AD that has the 3- 1 1/4" Neck. All other tank necks would be to short. This part number says its for the 3400 and 4110 and doesn't mention the 3000.

The only way I can use the new fuel tank is to cut off the neck and extend it to 3 1/4 inches. This is what led me to believe that the tractor may not have been a ford 3000 but a ford 3400...

Any thoughts?

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