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Re: New to me Ford 4000 TLB, 4cyl, 1961ish??

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Looks a lot like my 4000. Mine is a 1963 with a 723/724 loader-hoe and a Sherman under-over aux. trans. I got it from the guy that bought it new. I stuck a 12 volt battery and a Delco 12SI alternator in it 20 years ago and that's worked fine. It had a home-made ROPS on it when I got it and I removed it. BIG pain-in-the-butt that kept me from getting into tight and low places.

I've had three "trouble spots." One is where the loader-hoe frame bolts to the engine. It can come loose and crack the engine block. Two -is the convoluted pump drive for the 23 GPM Cessna pump in front. Keep an eye on it. Nice thing is ALL the splined shafts, couplers, etc. are still available here on this Website. Three- the odd-ball British hydraulic fittings on all the hoses on the backhoe. After years of jerking around - I got adapters that change them all to standard pipe thread. Now when I blow a hose- things are much easier. Note these old Fords are overpowered in regard to the hydraulics and can break themselves if you are not careful.




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