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.
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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