Re: Re: Ford Tractor in reply to Bama Binder, 07-03-2001 07:23:32
Thanks for the comments concerning my 860 Ford,with the fuel tank having two compartments.All of our old tractors used tractor fuel and started on gas that was common but I can't find anywhere that Ford ever did that, not saying they didn't, I just don't find it. The model number stamped on the block is 860...Haven't been able to find the info on the Ford site on internet either. Thanks again for your interest-
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