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06-04-2003 04:00:37

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my dad and i have a ford 6000d. it was given to us but we were told it does not move in the forward directions. my uncle has the same tractor and is on his second tranny and it quit also. he only used it for mowing and was very carful with it (it is his baby). any way we decided it ws not worth fixing this troubled tranny if we could put another in its place. does anyone know of another tranny that will fit or can be converted to fit this tractor.
thank you in advance

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06-20-2003 20:53:25

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 Re: 6000 tranny in reply to allis wc, 06-04-2003 04:00:37  
Where are you located? I know a guy with a gas engine 6000 that spun a bearing or broke a rod. Tranny was good.

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06-04-2003 11:42:20

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 Re: 6000 tranny in reply to allis wc, 06-04-2003 04:00:37  
well i suppose ya could convert most anything to fit into it, it just depends how much work ya want to do, for example, i have a 1936 caterpiller road grader that has a straight six from ford pickup in it. it was by no means a bolt in, took alot of fabricating and adapters. but to answer your question, the ford 6000 only came in selectospeed,so there is no tranny that will directly bolt in, thats why there are so many tractors with bad trannys around for very cheap, they were a great tractor just a had a terrible tranny

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