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03-29-2014 18:23:44

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tin and emblems mean little. they can get swapped.

check the model id on the trans, then sn to get an age idea.. then check block casting to see if that engine matches size and date range..

tin, tranny, engines.. etc. lotsa swaps in 50-60 -70 ys.. etc..

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03-29-2014 19:36:20

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 Re: Ford tractor in reply to soundguy, 03-29-2014 18:23:44  
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For sure what soundguy said. You really don't know what you have until you check (all) the numbers. Here is my shining example. It started out as a 641 diesel, got a 134 gas engine replacement, got late 800 sheet metal. It is a good running frankentractor that really doesn't look to bad. A lot of changes can be made in 55 years.

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04-01-2014 08:27:49

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 Re: Ford tractor in reply to Scott(Ks.), 03-29-2014 19:36:20  
Hello Scott , Sorry you are wrong , That is 801 series sheet metal which completely different from 800 series sheet metal since they are both different tractors . The rear fenders between the two series are different as are the hood side panels the grille and the center section where the emblem bolts on . The real problem is most guys don"t know the difference between NAA"s , 600/800 , 601/801 , 2000/4000 so they don"t even know what they own especially if someone else switched parts around before they bought their tractors . Thanks Tony

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04-01-2014 06:01:29

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 Re: Ford tractor in reply to Scott(Ks.), 03-29-2014 19:36:20  
looks like a good worker!

I have a frankie as well. mostly a 950, but parts sewed on from 7-8 other tractors!

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