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ID model Ford?

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Steve

11-06-1999 13:26:33




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I'm trying to find out about a Ford tractor I was looking at to buy. I'm guesing it to be from the early 70's, weighing between 5000-6000 lb. It was used with a 5' tow mower for alongside highway mowing. It has 8 gear combos with a 4 speed and a hi-lo. The engine is a 3 cyl. gas . Rear tires are about 4 1/2' tall and 1 1/2' deep turf tires. The machine is fairly low and has a piano hinged hood that opens up on the right. A tag under this hood has the following series of numbers. C304825 B11236 1F11B 1B20B 1B2SB 1E11B 1E10A OM30B Some digits weren't too clear and could be a little off. Any help would be appreciated.

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Links... Oak

11-08-1999 07:48:22




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 Re: ID model Ford? in reply to Steve, 11-06-1999 13:26:33  
Steve, here is my link. Oaktree Follow the Production Codes and Model Codes link.

Everybody else that's having problems with links...

Kim has provided a way for us to attach a link to a site when we post. Do this by entering in the Optional Link URL box: THE WHOLE link address such as http://www.springfieldbiz.com/oaktree/fordtractor.htm. No " " or < >.
Then enter a LINK Title such a Oaktree...this is a must. Without a Title it can not show up. The title IS the link.

Hoped it helped some.

Oak

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Nathan(GA)

11-08-1999 15:40:14




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 Re: Re: ID model Ford? in reply to Links... Oak, 11-08-1999 07:48:22  
Thanks Oak, That's how I thought it worked and tried to refer him to your site. My problem was I didn't have the address written down. I clicked on your link from your reply before. I thought maybe there was a link to your site elsewhere on here(may be). Anyway I'm learning everyday.
Nathan



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Nathan(GA)

11-06-1999 16:20:08




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 Re: ID model Ford? in reply to Steve, 11-06-1999 13:26:33  
Steve, Go to Oaks' Page and refer to those #'s. There is a link to it on this site.
Nathan



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Steve

11-06-1999 19:22:43




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 Re: Re: ID model Ford? in reply to Nathan(GA), 11-06-1999 16:20:08  

Thanx for the reply. I can't seem to find "Oak's Page". I need directions.
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Nathan(GA)

11-06-1999 20:14:11




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 Re: Re: Re: ID model Ford? in reply to Steve, 11-06-1999 19:22:43  
I'm sorry Steve, I've got to learn how to apply the optional link to the replys(I'm still learning about computers). As of Nov. 6 at 11:00PM eastern, go to page 2 and look for Jackeys post on Ford tractor specs. Click on Oaks reply, then on the Oaktree link down below. That should take you there I hope. If anyone reading this can tell me how to apply the optional link I would be greatful.
Nathan

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Jim(UT)

11-07-1999 07:08:19




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: ID model Ford? in reply to Nathan(GA), 11-06-1999 20:14:11  
Nathan, I went through the same frustration until I discovered that if you leave out the "http://" that comes before the www it won't work. Since then I've also learned that you need to type something (anything) in the next box (Link Title) or the link gets dropped. Someone else told me that you can transfer lengthy URLs by right clicking on them and copying them to the clipboard. Then go to the optional link box, put your cursor in there, and paste it. For me that means I have to go to the top of the page, click "Edit", then "Paste". See if that doesn't work. Good Luck.

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Nathan(GA)

11-07-1999 12:25:50




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: ID model Ford? in reply to Jim(UT), 11-07-1999 07:08:19  
Thanks Jim, I don't know about the clipboard and paste stuff, but I think my wife does. I get her to read your reply and show me how. This computer stuff is Greek to me. I'm 38 and there are 2nd graders around here that know more than me. But we didn't have computers when I was in high school. Barely had typewriters. I just got this one in the spring and found these tractor boards this summer. Nathan

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