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01-28-2000 13:53:47

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Recently bought a used Ford backhoe and with my luck it has developed some problems. Can anyone tell me how to identify this beast. Where is the s.n.# tag on a ford? all I can find is a tag on one loader arm, but its been painted over. The most I know is its a 3 cylinder and looks exactly like a 4000. Lots of the castings have the number "4024". Any info greatly appreciated.

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01-29-2000 10:41:47

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 Re: Ford Backhoe in reply to Rob, 01-28-2000 13:53:47  
Rob, Look where Geo and Ernie suggested, then go to the link below to identify. Probably a 4500. What kind of problems are you having? I have a 4500.

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01-28-2000 22:57:39

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 Re: Ford Backhoe in reply to Rob, 01-28-2000 13:53:47  
Look under the hood , it should have several decals with all the info on them .

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01-28-2000 17:26:17

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 Re: Ford Backhoe in reply to Rob, 01-28-2000 13:53:47  
There should be a number stamped on the upper right hand bell housing just behind the starter. Most of the time it will start with a C.

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