Rebuild the engine you have- by the time you find a motor and dink around getting it put in the tractor, you could of already had the orginal motor rebuilt. Yes its probably going to be more $$$ but probably only 1/3 more and you'll have a brand new ready to go motor instead of a 75% wore out combine motor cobled into your 4000, which you've now reduced its resale on.
Re: 1970 John deere 4000 in reply to JDBert, 03-19-2013 06:19:44
Thank you everybody for the all the help, and yes Jim you are right about that, and that is what we are going to do (me and my borther) I have found a re-built kit + everything else that I would need and is going to be a lot chipper.
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