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5000 Brakes

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kycase1

09-11-2017 16:09:40




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I am replacing the brakes on a 1971 5000 ford. When I opened up the rear axle housing I found 3 brake disk on each side, but when I looked up the parts on the New Holland web site it calls for 4 disk on each side. Is there different setups for these tractors or did someone leave out some parts at some time in the past? I just need to know how many disk I need to order. Thanks.




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Destroked 450

09-13-2017 18:03:20




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 Re: 5000 Brakes in reply to kycase1, 09-11-2017 16:09:40  
Pretty much everything pertaining to a 5000 with dual power is covered in the 7000 section.



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Bern

09-11-2017 17:11:47




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 Re: 5000 Brakes in reply to kycase1, 09-11-2017 16:09:40  
Click on the link below, then click on "Print Assembly". There you will find that 5000s built after 1969 used 3 discs per side. Bottom line is that there's an error in the online parts catalog. Shocking, I know.



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paul

09-13-2017 07:20:59




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 Re: 5000 Brakes in reply to Bern, 09-11-2017 17:11:47  
The 5000 series ran pretty long, and they made some major changes along the way didn't they? Probably should have rebadged it about half way through with all the changes.

The manual I got with my 5200 applies to all the 1000 series, and very little has meaning to my tractor, a late model 5200 with dual power. There is a paragraph after each section, 'except for' and then a few hurried notes about my machine, which is totally different than 85% of the tractors covered by the manual. Very hard to actually learn anything from that manual.

Paul

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Bern

09-13-2017 12:55:29




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 Re: 5000 Brakes in reply to paul, 09-13-2017 07:20:59  
They increased the engine size and changed the tin and grille in '68, then added the dual power, 2-speed PTO, load monitor, and integral power steering options in the early 70s, so yea, I guess you could say that a model number change might have been warranted along the way. Especially when you consider that a 5600 is not much different than a late model 5000.



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