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Re: Ford 3000 or 2000

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Sean in PA

07-03-2013 19:22:05

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Those numbers are casting numbers which just tell you when the casting was designed and what type of part it is. The first character which is always a letter is the decade and the second character which is always a numeral is the yeaer within the decade. The "NN" in the 3rd and 4th positions just mean that they were designed by the Ford Tractor design engineers for the Ford Tractor Division. The next 4 characters tell you what part is is and the last one or two characters tells the design engineers what revision of the design it was.

Engine: E2 NN 6015 BY - E2 means the casting was designed in 1972 and the 6015 says that it is an engine block.

Tranny: C5 NN 7006 By - C5 says that the casting was designed in 1965 and the 7006 says that it's a transmission housing.

Rear End: C5 NN 4024 U - C5 says that the casting was designed in 1965 and 4024 says that it's a rear axle center housing.

Unless someone else has a tractor with the exact same casting numbers and replies you might not find out what model they were for aor wht year they were made with just those numbers.

There should also be other numbers that are a date code for when the component itself was assembled, and they look like the date code for the tractor itself. The first character is a numeral and tells you the year, and the next character is a letter which tells you the month and the next one or two characters are numerals which tell you the day of the month and there might be a last character that is a letter, A, B or C which tells you which shift it was assembled during on that day, so 0A23B would be January 23, 1970 during the day shift, and 8G3A would be July 3, 1968 during the midnight shift.

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07-04-2013 08:03:32

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 Re: Ford 3000 or 2000 in reply to Sean in PA, 07-03-2013 19:22:05  
The only other numbers on the engine are HH2 5806.
Thanks again for all the info.

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