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joe mclean

09-06-1999 15:18:35




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I would like to buy a ford tractor6000 it was the frist tractor I ever owned and would like to have one again.
Joe mclean




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Wm. A. Wehrmann

08-17-2000 12:03:35




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 Re: ford tractor 6000 in reply to joe mclean, 09-06-1999 15:18:35  
If your looking for a FORD 6000 I have four to choose from. One is completely original except front tires always kept inside. This tractor is one of a kind. Yes it is a bit expensive. The other three are not as nice and more reasonably priced.513-734-4125 WWehrmann@msn.com



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william p.

07-05-2000 12:42:12




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 Re: ford tractor 6000 in reply to joe mclean, 09-06-1999 15:18:35  
I have a ford 6000 gas with widefront and 18.4 x 34 loaded back. I am putting in new hy. pump to transmistion now. I was going to sell it
after that. email me. I'm looking for a case 930d
with widefront end.



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FRED SHERLAW [TWIN MAPLE FARM]

04-17-2000 15:40:55




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 Re: ford tractor 6000 in reply to joe mclean, 09-06-1999 15:18:35  
I HAVE A 1964 FORD 6000 I NEED A CABLE FOR THE PTO CAN ANY ONE HELP ME



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Ruffas

09-08-1999 05:35:44




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 Re: ford tractor 6000 in reply to joe mclean, 09-06-1999 15:18:35  
Hell Yea I Want One To. I Gots To Find Some Mo Money.Maby I shood Save Some Loot.But I Still Gots To pays fo My new BMW
Ruffas



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Rob Ferguson

03-27-2001 13:11:48




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 Re: Re: ford tractor 6000 in reply to Ruffas, 09-08-1999 05:35:44  
I am having problems with my transmission. I have lost 5th,6th,7th,8th,and 9th gears. 1st-4th works good 10th also, both reverses work well,too.Can someone help me with this problem. If someone has a manual,please tell me how much one cost. Thank you.



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RICK

09-07-1999 14:15:21




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 Re: ford tractor 6000 in reply to joe mclean, 09-06-1999 15:18:35  

I keep thinking I want one too. They are so darned big and heavy though, hard to store and haul. The red and grey ones sure do look nice tho.



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