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Re: 68 Ford 4500 tbl transmission type

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01-06-2020 18:33:10

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My 4500 is a 69 model with same steering.

Normally these early models came with the 6x4 manual reverser transmission but a 4x4 manual reverser was available at that time also.

Here's the shift patterns.

Look for the hand stamped numbers on the clutch housing behind the starter, these tell the model and how it came equipped as well as the build date and serial number.

Should look something like this.

Post that info and we'll decode it for you.

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01-07-2020 08:46:19

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 Re: 68 Ford 4500 tbl transmission type in reply to Destroked 450, 01-06-2020 18:33:10  
Yep, that explains it, the transmission is a 4x4, will get the serial numbers later today. I did buy a used
4500 service manual off ebay, however when I turned to the power steering section there was nothing there just a page that said " See Ford 5000 tractor service manual for power steering " so I guess this book was for the 4500 version that copied the 5000 Ford farm tractors steering? Either way I bought a service manual that had everything but what I needed.

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