Wayne. I'm new to Fordson. But, not a new to wrenching by all means. Parts I'm not of any help. Compression tester can be made IF you have a old injector laying around. Disassemble the injector. Remove the nozzle and drill a hole into it 1/4" will work fine. Bolt injector to head. Thread a high pressure hose onto the top of injector followed by a high pressure gauge. I would like to think you'll need at least 10k psi gauge with a check valve and a bleeder valve in there too. I made one for a Cummins as they are way too pricey for a one time use. Made mine for about $30.
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