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02-09-2000 22:47:35

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i have a ford with 801 series grill, toolbox at the rear of the right step,clutch thru the left step, solid front end,and model number 40303with a 134,000 ser #, tractor also has a sherman trans.

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02-11-2000 18:05:37

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 Re: what do i have in reply to don, 02-09-2000 22:47:35  
The fact that the model number is five digits means its between 62-64. The first digit 4**** indicates a 172 cu in engine. the second *0*** indicates industrial before 1963. the third and fourth **30* means its a four wheel industrial type with non adjustable front axel. The combination of second and fifth *0**3 means it has a four speed with PTO and hydraulics.

This is from the NH publications.

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02-14-2000 10:44:12

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 Re: Re: what do i have in reply to JHEnt, 02-11-2000 18:05:37  
Good Info! I spoke before I looked in my manual!


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02-10-2000 09:44:17

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 Re: what do i have in reply to don, 02-09-2000 22:47:35  
Could the model # possibly be 41202? If so, it is a 4000 utility model, adj. front. 5 speed trans., live PTO & lift, 2 stage clutch, 172 ci "Red Tiger" engine (if gas). These were made from 1962 to 1964. Check out Vintage Resource in above post - all you could ever need to know....

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02-10-2000 08:53:38

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 Re: what do i have in reply to don, 02-09-2000 22:47:35  
Sounds like an early 60's 4000 but the serial number confuses me. If you haven't already, check the site below for more info

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02-11-2000 13:37:05

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 Re: Re: what do i have in reply to Jim(UT), 02-10-2000 08:53:38  
thanks for the info.what confuses me is the tin on this tractor is the same as my 841 and 851,with the exception of the toolbox at the rear of the right step and the rod thru the left step the tractor also has a fixed front end.the serial #of 40303 may be from a 4000 , i thought the tin was different on the 4000. i was told it may an industrial tractor but its only a guess.

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