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Re: Ford Light Industrial tractor saga

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Norm43

04-01-2014 19:53:37
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Thanks for the comment. The rear wheels are in fact a single piece and extend inside several inches beyond the brake drum. The front weight is a homemade deal of some kind made from a different type of weight. Hopefully someone will be able to clue us all in as to what is really here. This is my first experience with an industrial tractor and I am seeing some differences already. Fun to learn.

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tom new jersey

04-02-2014 14:22:30
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 Re: Ford Light Industrial tractor saga in reply to Norm43, 04-01-2014 19:53:37  
I have a TLB that is a 1961 model 4030 3, with an aux Sherman transmission. It has always been in low range as I have no reason to take it out, might be concerned I could not get it back in. It has no tractor hydraulics, no 3PTH,no PTO,and no drawbar ( front pump for loader/backhoe ). It has heavy front axle, regular wheels, regular fenders and PS, and a different type of seat, I think original. I never saw wheels like you have. Also my original color was tan and red. This is just for info.

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Norm43

04-03-2014 17:42:40
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 Re: Ford Light Industrial tractor saga in reply to tom new jersey, 04-02-2014 14:22:30  
Thanks for the info. I have another one now that just happened to come to my attention. Posted some pictures above. This is likely the same color as yours, I think they call it Buff and Red.



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TONY JACOBS

04-02-2014 22:04:00
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 Re: Ford Light Industrial tractor saga in reply to tom new jersey, 04-02-2014 14:22:30  
Hello Tom , Your tractor originally had three point hydraulics and a pto and a drawbar because model number says so but could have been removed by the dealer to save a couple of bucks when sold new . If your Sherman will come out of low gear it will go back in , no reason not to if it was broken it would not stay in gear either . Thanks Tony



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