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2000 (prior) LCG

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fordfarmer

02-13-2018 10:54:06




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Saw an ad recently (sorry - no link or pictures) for a 2000 "industrial". They listed the model and serial numbers. Model was 20313, which should be a 4-cylinder, 4-speed 2000 LCG if I decoded that right. Stubby spindles confirm this, even though it has 13.6x28 rears. Questions: Did the LCG's use a short fender, like the prior rowcrops did? Pictures weren't real clear, but that's what it looked like, and the top of the fenders were a couple inches below the top of the tires. Did the LCG's use the same grill as the ag 2000? This one has a 600/601 style, along with the hood center nose piece and a x01 style glue-in plastic medallion. The medallion was different than any I've seen before - it had the Ford script, and 'industrial' under the script. (probably why it was called an industrial in the description) Did the LCG's use a different rear end ratio, or were they just really slow? (would it have "normal" 2000 gearing with the 28" tires, or would it be fast?)

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fordfarmer

02-14-2018 03:58:50




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 Re: 2000 (prior) LCG in reply to fordfarmer, 02-13-2018 10:54:06  
Thanks, guys.
I have no experience with LCG's, just not many around here. If it's going to run faster than a regular 2000 on those 28's, I probably wouldn't want it, even if it did sell cheap. Easier on the checkbook that way, too. :)



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Kirk-NJ

02-14-2018 01:50:41




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 Re: 2000 (prior) LCG in reply to fordfarmer, 02-13-2018 10:54:06  
They used the same fenders that were on the 901 row crop.



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Dean

02-13-2018 18:16:43




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 Re: 2000 (prior) LCG in reply to fordfarmer, 02-13-2018 10:54:06  
Friend has a 63, 2000 LCG SOS.

He has long since destroyed the fenders but they were shorter than the utility models. The tractor came with 8.2X24 dual rears (same as Farmall Cub) and 15" fronts. The fenders were appropriately sized for the 8.2X24 rear tires.

It has the normal AG style Grill with the vertical FORD lettering.

Dean



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wayde

02-13-2018 17:41:36




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 Re: 2000 (prior) LCG in reply to fordfarmer, 02-13-2018 10:54:06  
Yes short fender,are under the Ind.serial,red and buff color.I think ??? they have a higher gear??



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