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Re: New to me Ford 4000 TLB, 4cyl, 1961ish??
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Just got in touch with a guy that has 1.25" cold roll (steel bar) so hopefully that is the right diameter to jam in for that rear backhoe pin...
I also found the parts area and found the 2" and 3" cylinder rebuild kits for my front loader. Speaking of loader is it just me or does it seem like they should have made the loader 6" wider so it would span the wheel width of the tires? Still curious about front loader lift capability and whether it will lift a dry or wet pallet of wood. Also considering modifying to add an accessory hydraulic line up front for a log grapple, but that depends on my lift capability too. I might just drag them.
As for the engine is there any benefit to the 3cyl vs 4cyl models. Power/torque/reliability?
And before anyone asks... Yes it's a SOS tranny and it works just fine so far.
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