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Ford 800 series question

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9njunkie

05-18-2017 18:40:22




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Hey y'all
Just a general question out there ...

Do any of y'all have an model 820 FIVE speed and PTO?
Just got one in here, looking through the books they all say that the 820's never got PTO's and only came with four speed tranny.
S/N is 126600
Had sombody tell me that the five speed and PTO was a "special order option" that was not offered by the factor on 820's until 1957... So I went onto eBay and orderd a sales brochure (12 pages) that was offered by ford tractor dealers in 1957 to see if they offer any special order options.

Just curious if anyone else has the same animal as me.
Thanks y'all

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9njunkie

05-18-2017 20:57:23




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 Re: Ford 800 series question in reply to 9njunkie, 05-18-2017 18:40:22  
here is a pic of the beast as it sits at the moment. Working on getting it running been sitting for a long time. Sorry no pics yet of the shifter plate cover or S/N
Will get more pics up later



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9njunkie

05-18-2017 19:41:33




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 Re: Ford 800 series question in reply to 9njunkie, 05-18-2017 18:40:22  
hey John in la ... Thanks for the info very much.
It's a interesting animal isint it... It's got the PTO ... But no hydraulics no three point lift...

I guess you could still use it to pull a hay baler around with.



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cdmn

05-19-2017 11:12:52




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 Re: Ford 800 series question in reply to 9njunkie, 05-18-2017 19:41:33  
As well, likely powered a grain auger, bale elevator, trailer type hay mower, small feed grinder, sprayer pump, etc.



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9njunkie

05-18-2017 19:25:06




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 Re: Ford 800 series question in reply to 9njunkie, 05-18-2017 18:40:22  
hey ford farmer, that's what I thought too. My books all say four speed.
It's not an upside down two... It's very well stamped plain as day. The serial number puts it into being made in 1957
And as I have been told and shown in the other post to this thread the PTO was offered as an factory option but only after 1957 ... Nothing about special order options on the 820's on sales literature 1956 or prior.
Thanks for posting the chart... Where is it from?

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John in La

05-18-2017 19:35:52




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 Re: Ford 800 series question in reply to 9njunkie, 05-18-2017 19:25:06  
Ford parts catalog PA-8058




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John in La

05-18-2017 19:19:06




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 Re: Ford 800 series question in reply to 9njunkie, 05-18-2017 18:40:22  
The 620 621 came with a 4 speed
The 820 821 came with a 5 speed
PTO was a option on both of them.



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fordfarmer

05-19-2017 06:26:52




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 Re: Ford 800 series question in reply to John in La, 05-18-2017 19:19:06  
Thanks for posting this. Good information to know... now, to remember it.



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fordfarmer

05-18-2017 18:57:36




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 Re: Ford 800 series question in reply to 9njunkie, 05-18-2017 18:40:22  
The pto could be added by the dealer or owner. AFAIK, all 820's were 4-speeds. Mis-stamped? Upside down 5?



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