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Re: 4000/3pt lift height, postion controll, what this?

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04-29-2013 06:26:25

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First off it is probably not a 4000 , the rear axle is early design 801 from 1957-late 1960 small bolt(4000 should be a large bolt rear) with a pto shaft bearing retainer from an 8N so it has been apart before . Draft/Position control DOES NOT LIFT UP it goes DOWN if it does not it is screwed up and that is probably why it does not go to full lift . Adjustment / settings are probably way off repair is in the Ford manual. As Rod said it will go to full lift in both positions , what I can see in the pictures lift arms look correct .

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04-29-2013 09:33:19

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 Re: 4000/3pt lift height, postion controll, what this? in reply to TONY JACOBS, 04-29-2013 06:26:25  
You are probably right. I've had my suspicions with the red paint under the blue. And he sold to to me as a '59 / 4000. I think the 4000's weren't made till '62. At some point someone changed the hood out with a 4000 I guess. But I believe the 801 and 4000 are basically the same tractor are they not? Don't guess that will make much of a difference. Guess I'll need the get a kit and pull off that top plate and see what I can do about it.

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