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Re: 5 bow canopies for Ford 3000 4610

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Sean in PA

06-06-2013 05:09:35

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You don't give us a lot of information. Ford did sell a canopy for the 3000 series, but I don't know off-hand if it was 4 or 5 bows. Is your canopy a factory one from Ford? If not, or if you don't know, how does it mount to your current fenders? Are you looking to move it permanently from one tractor to the other? If so, you'll probably have to do some measuring to see if the mounting brackets will fit on the new fenders. If you want to be abe to move the canopy back and forth betwween the two tractors, you will probably need to find soem used brackets for the second tractor or fabricate some.

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kermit vetter

06-06-2013 13:37:48

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 Re: 5 bow canopies for Ford 3000 4610 in reply to Sean in PA, 06-06-2013 05:09:35  
I bought my canopy from Valu-Bilt Tractors. It mounts on the inside of the fenders with a channel like metal that goes up on the fender and bends outward. Then there is a second piece that bolts onto it and bends upward and the canopy mounts on to it with a wing nut. You can loosen the wing nut and lower the canopy. The five bows also fold down. The wing nut mounting flange is slotted so you can adjust the canopy to your liking.

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