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Bern

03-09-2001 14:32:39




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Should be an early 1970. Production started in January 1970 with C257600. In July 1970, they were up to C278600.




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John L.

03-10-2001 18:56:55




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 Re: Re: ford 4000 in reply to Bern, 03-09-2001 14:32:39  
Bern, I bought a 4000 today with 38" wheels and wondered what its year was. Serial number is C157426. I wonder what its power rating is and what its weaknesses and strengths are. Thanks, John L.



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Bern

03-10-2001 19:10:10




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 Re: Re: Re: ford 4000 in reply to John L., 03-10-2001 18:56:55  
Your serial number comes up as a late 1966 model. A 4000 is rated at around 45 to 50 PTO HP I believe. Not much to go wrong with a 4000. For its size, it's pretty stout.



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Mike Hrischuk

03-11-2001 14:55:36




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: ford 4000 in reply to Bern, 03-10-2001 19:10:10  
Bern,

I have a 4500 with a serial no. of C377632. It's a diesel backhoe. I don't know what year it is. It also has Model D5011F under the hood. What does that mean?

Thanks,

Mike



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Bern

03-11-2001 22:03:06




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: ford 4000 in reply to Mike Hrischuk, 03-11-2001 14:55:36  
Your serial number puts your unit as being built in the first half of 1973. Unfortunately, I do not have the model code info chart in front of me. A call to your local NH dealer might help you out there.



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Mike Hrischuk

03-12-2001 07:40:29




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: ford 4000 in reply to Bern, 03-11-2001 22:03:06  
Thanks Bern

Mike



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John L.

03-11-2001 09:34:24




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: ford 4000 in reply to Bern, 03-10-2001 19:10:10  
Thanks Bern, Now I feel better about buying the Ford 4000. It is frustrating when buying a tractor at a sale. There are only a few things I know to do to check them out.

John L.



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mike jenezon

03-09-2001 17:23:59




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 Re: Re: ford 4000 in reply to Bern, 03-09-2001 14:32:39  
thanks again bern



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