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Todd Frampton

06-21-2003 20:51:47

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I've found a Ford Commander 6000 diesel. Went to look at and started it up, seemed to run ok. Has 10 forward speeds and 1 reverse as best I can tell. Any comments on this tractor? Was a six cylinder, with 4 intake runners and 5 exhaust runners. Know the cid, and does it have cylinder sleeves? In parts book, don't show much for the 6000, as compared to the other series.
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06-24-2003 09:01:09

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 Re: ford 6000d in reply to Todd Frampton, 06-21-2003 20:51:47  
I agree, run as fast as you can from these 6000's. They were re-called when they were new and have been causing problems ever since. Morre trouble then you can shake a stick at.

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06-23-2003 20:00:04

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 Re: ford 6000d in reply to Todd Frampton, 06-21-2003 20:51:47  
If you want a novalty, have fun. If you want a tractor to use; run as far and as fast as you can. Most new parts are out of production and aftermarket are almost nonexistant.

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06-23-2003 05:05:45

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 Re: ford 6000d in reply to Todd Frampton, 06-21-2003 20:51:47  
Todd, 242 cubic inch inline 6 diesel engine. This block does not have sleeves. I have Ford parts book and service manual. Parts are not as easy to come by as other tracors. Philip.

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Todd Frampton

06-23-2003 20:30:49

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 Re: Re: ford 6000d in reply to Philip, 06-23-2003 05:05:45  
Thanks very much Kyhayman and Philip. I do appreciate the information. While I own all Ford cars and trucks, I've always just liked IH / Farmall tractors and own a 504 diesel. But I do admire the way the Ford 9000 / 9600 diesels do at the tractors pulls, they are awesome and look good too! When I saw the 6000 Commander advertisement for only $2750 I had to go and look. Located in Butler, PA. Ran good and had a heavy duty looking three point hitch, but was also narrow front (not bad) and very long and slender, looked different than what I expected. You guys just answered what I've been trying to find out for weeks and sort of surmised. Thanks again, Todd

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06-24-2003 13:45:23

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 Re: Re: Re: ford 6000d in reply to Todd Frampton, 06-23-2003 20:30:49  
If you're not going to get that 6000, kindly let me know via e-mail where in Butler it is, or a phone number if possible. My bad luck, I haven't bought a tractor this year (If you don't count the 9N in Feb., and I don't), thanks.


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Todd Frampton

06-24-2003 20:24:40

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: ford 6000d in reply to MIke, 06-24-2003 13:45:23  
Mike, Sent info via e-mail - if you don't see it let me know. Ford must have sold a ton of those 8N and 9N's. I wish they had live pto.

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