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Re: 740 Ford row crop Hi Clearence

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09-15-2013 19:00:03

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I am not sure but the owner called it a high clearence. It is not a straight axle like the N series. It does have the off set axle with bull gears. I'm not familier with this type tractor so that's why I'm asking for help. The tractor has one new front tire and one new rear tire.

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09-16-2013 02:03:17

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 Re: 740 Ford row crop Hi Clearence in reply to Golfcartman, 09-15-2013 19:00:03  

Hi crop would have the big tires, something like 38" and would also be marked in your model numbers on the flat spot on the bellhousing just behind the starter. 11x28 tire would be a standard row crop. It would look more like my '55 950 with either 6 loop or power adjusted rims.
Ford row crops are not that popular in my area. they are currently selling from $1800/$2500


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09-15-2013 19:09:12

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 Re: 740 Ford row crop Hi Clearence in reply to Golfcartman, 09-15-2013 19:00:03  
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No, it wouldn't be a straight wide front like an N series if it's a 740.

It would be a row crop tractor with adjustable width rear end and

most likely a tricycle from end like this one being use for pulling.

Compliments of forum member Ford740 who just happens to kick

butt with this when he's pullin'!

(the stock rear tires would not be this tall)

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09-15-2013 19:47:02

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 Re: 740 Ford row crop Hi Clearence in reply to Royse, 09-15-2013 19:09:12  
Yes this tractor is just like the one in the picture, except rear tires are not that tall. I think this one has 11x28's. I will post some pictures as soon as I can.

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