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07-13-2003 09:36:07

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Can anyone please tell me the hp rating for a ford 2000 3cyl gas, eng/pto. I keep geting conflicting info.

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Jim Vassar

07-15-2003 07:51:08

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 Re: ford 2000 HP in reply to Ellis, 07-13-2003 09:36:07  
can anyone out there find me a Ford Tractor 501. I have looked sometime now and haven't had any luck.

Please email me when you have the information.

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Jim Vassar

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07-13-2003 14:37:31

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 Re: ford 2000 HP in reply to Ellis, 07-13-2003 09:36:07  
Engine 37 net, PTO 31.

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Jerry Berdeen

07-13-2003 16:29:21

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 Re: Re: ford 2000 HP in reply to Rod, 07-13-2003 14:37:31  
Is the HP for a 2000 gas, the same as a 2000 diesel? I've seen conflicting ratings.

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07-13-2003 19:32:36

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 Re: Re: Re: ford 2000 HP in reply to Jerry Berdeen, 07-13-2003 16:29:21  
As far as I know, yes. The used the same 158ci engine. Info I have says they are the same hp, and I have never seen anything different.


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07-15-2003 07:15:40

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: ford 2000 HP in reply to Rod, 07-13-2003 19:32:36  
very few go by engine hp.. due to laws in the early part of the century in the us.. many manufactors were claiming excessive hp.. so the state of nebraska passed a law that said that all tractors sold in nebraska had to be tested and certified for hp.. they rated the PTO hp and the drawbar hp.. and thus.. this became the international accepted standard..

a ford 2000 in 1965 as sold was 30 hp gas and 36 hp for diesel.. with a 4 spd vrs an 8 spd ..not exactly fair..

in 1970 a gas was 30.58 vrs 31.97 both tested with 6 speed trans so the test were very fair..

in 1972 both tested with an 8 speed and the results were 30.83 vrs 31.19...

so i hope your are less confused... as your tractor may be equipped differently from the tests..

good luck.. Bill

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