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Re: Ford 740 row crop

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09-17-2013 16:39:10

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depends on where you are.

in areas where they were not used.. they are harder to find.. thus cost more.

as with anything. condition matters too.

i've bought rowcrops from sub 1000 to nearing 3000 $.. just depends on condition.. goodies.. etc. distance.. etc..

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09-17-2013 17:12:10

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 Re: Ford 740 row crop in reply to soundguy, 09-17-2013 16:39:10  
Did this model have power steering ? This one has the cylinder, pump and all the hookup but the top hose is broken and the belt is not on the pump, looks to me it was added on.

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09-17-2013 18:37:28

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 Re: Ford 740 row crop in reply to Golfcartman, 09-17-2013 17:12:10  
In 1956 Power Steering was introduced as standard equipment on all 700/900 series Row Crop tractors. It was optional on the 600/800 Utility tractors.

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09-17-2013 17:33:54

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 Re: Ford 740 row crop in reply to Golfcartman, 09-17-2013 17:12:10  
IMHO.. more common to see a 7x0/9x0 rowrop with PS than a ag model 6x0/8x0 with power steering.

and rowcrop ps is different htan ag models.. single sector, 1 cyl..e tc..

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