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Re: Ford 3600 - love the engineering!

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Kirk Grau

07-09-2013 12:26:53

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Works great until you decide to put a loader on the tractor, now battery tray swivels about 1.5 inches. BTDT. If I need access still have to remove battery and tray, then can't spin the engine without jumper cables or some other rigged up solution. Find it easier/quicker to tow the tractor and get it spinning a little quicker. Have not had to do this for quite a while since I learned my lesson, but tractor usually fired off within 30-40 feet. Sometimes have to wait for a second body to drive the tow vehicle.


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07-09-2013 19:35:14

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 Re: Ford 3600 - love the engineering! in reply to Kirk Grau, 07-09-2013 12:26:53  
I have a Ford 720 loader installed and my battery tray swings out just fine. I park mine with the bucket facing down, that may position the loader arm so the battery tray clears it.

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Kirk Grau

07-10-2013 04:29:41

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 Re: Ford 3600 - love the engineering! in reply to Laneman, 07-09-2013 19:35:14  
All loaders are not equal. My Great Bend 330 Loader frame does a real nice job of blocking the tray. I imagine some of the thought/design process centered on access to engine. Frame is pretty much at same height as hood so it interferes very little for most of the engine access (filters/starter/etc.) and I can always remove the tray if I need to get to the top of the engine for injectors or anything else up there.


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