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Re: Need Help Identifying ford Tractor

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04-15-2013 20:24:17

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That information helps out tremendously! I wish their was a website or at leaste the manual that would list all the years individually 1965 - 1975 and explain the small changes that occured in every single year. Do you have any Idea what year the body was "lowered"? This could make it a little more difficult to get replacement body panels (namingly the front radiator cowl) unless the panels are all the same size and they just changed the brackets to lower the existing body size.... My front radiator cowl is fairly damaged and I was thinking about getting a more recent radiator cowl but I'm wondering if it will lign up due to the height changes perhaps I would have to replace all the brackets and body panels at the same time....

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04-16-2013 16:00:20

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 Re: Need Help Identifying ford Tractor in reply to stevo7122, 04-15-2013 20:24:17  
I couldn't say when they made the change. Sometime before they went to the newer style hood without louvers is all I know.
To go to the lower tin you would need a different cowel around the tank and the front bracket that bolts to the head. On a gasser I think the firewall tins are adjustable heightwise.
On a diesel there is a bracket that would need to be changed.
The bracket that the lower part of the nose bolts to has bolt holes for both heights so that one doesn't need changing.
Notice the different placement of the hole for the steering column in the photo below.
The yellow cowel is from a high tin tractor.
Rather than change all the necessary parts out I think your idea of welding a taller fill neck on to the new tank is the best one.

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