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07-23-2004 18:57:38




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Look at a ford 2000 one of the first made look the same as the jubilee but blue. The man says that it is the same tractor is it?




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RPM

07-24-2004 09:08:32




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 Re: ford jubilee in reply to child, 07-23-2004 18:57:38  
The 2000, has Improvments over the Jubilee.
Improved Hydraulics & Rear axle does not have a hub & big nut to come loose . Jubillee came only with the four speed trans.And a 134 gas engine. The 2000 came with the same 134 gas engine. you could get a diesel in the 2000 2000 came in four speed , five speed, & live PTO and the SOS trans. Power Steering on the 2000 But not the Jub.
The 2000 four cylinder was a better tractor than the jubilee If you was to work it IMO. I like the diesel

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Joe(TX)

07-24-2004 07:00:49




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 Re: ford jubilee in reply to child, 07-23-2004 18:57:38  
The 2000 is esentially the same as rhe 601 series. The engines are the same as the NAA but has differances in the lift, among other minorthings.



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RICKWI

07-23-2004 19:11:52




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 Re: ford jubilee in reply to child, 07-23-2004 18:57:38  
No. Same number of wheels and tires, but that's about it.



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