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fordfarming

05-26-2013 14:49:42




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working on 6000 and picker project a little, had all the mounting brackets except 2 angle brackets for under rear axle ( which fabricated today ) and the rock shaft lift mechanism under the engine pan to lift and lower the unit. that was fun to fabricate but hooked up hoses today and it works so I lifted it and drove out side so I took some pics .also have painted some on tractor ,also added a pic of a sign in barn!

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Anthony Marsiglio

06-03-2013 18:47:24




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 Re: ford 6000 progress ! in reply to fordfarming, 05-26-2013 14:49:42  
Looking good. Always glad to see a project come together. Looking forward to getting mine working as well. Will pick your brain I'm sure.



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DaveH IA

05-28-2013 04:34:40




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 Re: ford 6000 progress ! in reply to fordfarming, 05-26-2013 14:49:42  
Looking good----



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crazylocha

05-26-2013 20:46:39




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 Re: ford 6000 progress ! in reply to fordfarming, 05-26-2013 14:49:42  
No worries, it is a prize well worth showing!

Can't afford 3 more mortgages for one down here, lol!



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Jake Collie

05-26-2013 19:12:05




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 Re: ford 6000 progress ! in reply to fordfarming, 05-26-2013 14:49:42  
Are those rear wheels spun out as far as they can go?



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fordfarming

05-26-2013 19:29:05




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 Re: ford 6000 progress ! in reply to Jake Collie, 05-26-2013 19:12:05  
the center hubs are out against end of axle retain ring and the wheels are spun out against the stop . so yes. but I guess you could move the jacks to the other side of the cast center and little more. set them according to book - 86" center wheel to center wheel. outside of wheels are right at 102"



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crazylocha

05-26-2013 17:52:07




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 Re: ford 6000 progress ! in reply to fordfarming, 05-26-2013 14:49:42  
Was going to say nice things...

Right up to that last pic, just to rub it in? Yer killin me!!

Great job.



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fordfarming

05-26-2013 19:32:50




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 Re: ford 6000 progress ! in reply to crazylocha, 05-26-2013 17:52:07  
sorry, not trying to rub anything in . I just like to share pic of some things . but I understand your frustration!



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