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Ford 260C

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Ultradog MN

11-27-2013 15:07:17
174.20.229.160



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I'm not familiar with this machine.
And Tractordata is mostly empty on it.
Is there anything you all know about it?
He says it's 65 hp.
It must be a 4 cyl to get that?
What about the transmission and pto he talks about. Would this be independent pto?
Shuttle shift?
I do really like the old 8sp crash box.
Sometimes I think about going to a little newer machine. Maybe something with FWA or if not that then at least get away from the wishbone front axle. For sure I'd want a 201, IPTO and wet brakes. I see the 3910 could be had with FWA and the 3930 had a better front axle though they are probably too new for my wallet.
What is the difference between a 260C and a 250C?
Or what other industrial models are relatively short and stout? Newer than 1982 and with the upgraded hydraulics.

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Will Gumbert

11-27-2013 15:27:03
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 Re: Ford 260C in reply to Ultradog MN, 11-27-2013 15:07:17  
There's one on tractorhouse that looks similar to the one you mentioned and says it's a 1992 and lists 52hp. With that dozer blade, you could really move some snow up there with a heavy duty machine like that. Turf tires would be easy to get chains on. -Will



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mhb@ufe

11-27-2013 15:20:52
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 Re: Ford 260C in reply to Ultradog MN, 11-27-2013 15:07:17  
The 260C uses a torque converter driven power reversing 8 speed transmission with an electronic lock-up function for the torque converter and independent PTO, 3 cylinder rated at 63hp and the 250C is 52hp.

Mark



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