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Phil Eastman

07-12-2013 19:07:30
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There is no scoop unless it is rusted away. It looks similar to the picture Royse sent except the air intake is about 2 feet above the hood behind the exhaust manifold.




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Phil Eastman

07-13-2013 20:08:14
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 Re: Need help to identify Ford Tractor in reply to Phil Eastman, 07-12-2013 19:07:30  

I was wrong about the scoop on the front of the hood. It does have the scoop mentioned. So now from what I read it must be a 4000. I have taken a picture and will post it. Please confirm what this tractor is. Thanks guys.



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showcrop

07-14-2013 04:25:58
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 Re: Need help to identify Ford Tractor in reply to Phil Eastman, 07-13-2013 20:08:14  
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There is the remote possibility that it is an 801 with 4000 sheet metal, but other than that it is a 4000. Since there is negligible difference between an 801 and a '62-63 4000 it wouldn't really matter. It appears that yours has the original SOS transmission as opposed to the 2nd gen which I believe came out in '63, which would make yours a '62.

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Royse

07-12-2013 19:56:23
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 Re: Need help to identify Ford Tractor in reply to Phil Eastman, 07-12-2013 19:07:30  
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The "scoop" would be on the top of the hood in the front.

It sort of replaced the round nose badge. Nose badge and grills would
be way different, but they could be swapped, so that's not a slam-dunk ID.

Here's a pic of my 4000 rowcrop.



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