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Re: 1962 Ford 2000 Industrial (4 cyl Red Buff) Parts

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Woodsman Rick

06-19-2013 14:57:08

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Thanks Tony!

Aside from any damage, cracks or out of round holes, is there something I should be watching for when looking for the replacement bolster? Some indicator that I am looking at the correct, heavy duty version? Maybe a thickness measurement or other detail. I am guessing the hole pattern would be the same. Is this correct? I don't care to do this task twice or use the wrong part.

Since you have first hand knowledge, which service/repair manual should I be looking for? I have an owner's manual for the 2000/4000 all purpose model. I do want a good service manual.

Thanks again!

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06-19-2013 19:02:55

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 Re: 1962 Ford 2000 Industrial (4 cyl Red Buff) Parts in reply to Woodsman Rick, 06-19-2013 14:57:08  
Hello Again Rick , The most important thing is the threads in the pin hole that holds the axle beam . Many also get broken and welded , what's wrong with yours ? It may be better fixing yours . The Heavy Duty Bolster has the loader mounting plate already welded to it in the front with a U-shaped reinforcement on the under side of the bolster plus four small diagonal braces welded inside the bolster . If you look at your tractor's bolster carefully then go look at a standard AG tractor you will see the difference right away . All mounting holes in size and placement are the same as the Ag tractor . I have a few brand new Ford reprints of the service manual if you would like to buy one just email me . They also show up on Ebay from time to time at fair prices too . Where are you located ? Thanks Tony

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