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NWMO 901 SOS

05-07-2016 17:55:19




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When ALL your vintage tractor can do is WHATEVER you ask of it,

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05-17-2016 02:44:07




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Clay, welcome to YT! When I was a kid there were very few FWA tractors around except for the 841 which was the one that I drove the most. Most loader tractors had a cross draw bar between the lower links, with a rusty old 55 gal. drum sitting on it which was filled with rocks and old cast iron.



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IdahoClay

05-17-2016 00:31:57




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 Re: Let's see your working tractors :) in reply to NWMO 901 SOS, 05-07-2016 17:55:19  
My 1961 Ford 641. Equipped with a 2005 operator.

Back blade and snow blower attachments.
Great tractor but gets stuck on the soft dirt and hills too often.
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pomester

05-16-2016 18:12:36




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 Re: Let's see your working tractors :) in reply to NWMO 901 SOS, 05-07-2016 17:55:19  
Here's another 960 with mower - I bought this 2-3 years ago and have been working thru it - it was a basket case - I think someone had rebuilt the engine and lost interest - at least when I pulled a rod cap the bearing looked fresh - several parts missing - bad clutch, etc, etc - I've got more in it than I could sell it for, but I wanted it to work, so no big deal I guess....
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M-Farm

05-16-2016 08:56:40




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Johneich

05-14-2016 15:50:33




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 Re: Let's see your working tractors :) in reply to NWMO 901 SOS, 05-07-2016 17:55:19  
My pic is not posting, sorry,



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Johneich

05-14-2016 15:49:30




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 Re: Let's see your working tractors :) in reply to NWMO 901 SOS, 05-07-2016 17:55:19  
My workhorse, I named him Henry, early 3 cylinder diesel, this is just after I had a welder put two cylinders on the bucket where there was only one before (old tired cylinder not thought to be worthy of rebuilding, no name-parts), shorten and attach a JD ROPS I bought at auction, attach roof bought at auction and redrill repin all the loader pivot points. We work together almost daily.



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Tall T

05-14-2016 12:02:01




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M-Farm,

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NWMO 901 SOS

05-12-2016 21:26:28




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 Re: Let's see your working tractors :) in reply to NWMO 901 SOS, 05-07-2016 17:55:19  
Nice pics,

Even stuck they are great looking tractors!! I'm digging the strawberry pic as well. All very nice, the thousand series is even growing on me :)

Chris



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05-12-2016 18:25:53




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By the look of the tires it rained a bit between sinking her and taking the pic.



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fredstev

05-12-2016 18:12:27




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 Re: Let's see your working tractors :) in reply to NWMO 901 SOS, 05-07-2016 17:55:19  
Yup. I'm guilty. See that brush pile? When I went to swing around it, the disk caught and down I went. :D



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fredstev

05-12-2016 14:54:16




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 Re: Let's see your working tractors :) in reply to NWMO 901 SOS, 05-07-2016 17:55:19  
Still a little wet here in mid Michigan. We got her out, though.
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tracto-man

05-12-2016 15:12:03




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 Re: Let's see your working tractors :) in reply to fredstev, 05-12-2016 14:54:16  
Wow! Somebody really spun that one down? I've got a tractor stuck many times but not that bad.



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M-Farm

05-12-2016 13:56:21




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 Re: Let's see your working tractors :) in reply to NWMO 901 SOS, 05-07-2016 17:55:19  
My goto tractor on the farm, does it all, still use it even though I have a bigger one now.
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JoeM(GA)

05-11-2016 06:49:02




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 Re: Let's see your working tractors :) in reply to NWMO 901 SOS, 05-07-2016 17:55:19  
just dug a hole to bury neighbors mare with mine
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soundguy

05-10-2016 06:24:42




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 Re: Let's see your working tractors :) in reply to NWMO 901 SOS, 05-07-2016 17:55:19  
is that a bell'd down water pipe steering arm? neat. :)

what's the right side bracket for?

thanks



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3000 FPS

05-09-2016 20:45:42




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 Re: Let's see your working tractors :) in reply to NWMO 901 SOS, 05-07-2016 17:55:19  
72 Ford 2000. Still going strong. Gets used all the time.
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Josh Tallent

05-09-2016 19:25:27




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Thanks!



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Royse

05-09-2016 19:23:28




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 Re: Let's see your working tractors :) in reply to NWMO 901 SOS, 05-07-2016 17:55:19  
I wish my 960's fenders looked that good!

I think I'll borrow your idea and put a x01 grill on mine.

Always like that grill better for some reason.



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Royse

05-09-2016 19:21:08




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 Re: Let's see your working tractors :) in reply to NWMO 901 SOS, 05-07-2016 17:55:19  
Yep, worked that time. Good looking machines!



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pomester

05-09-2016 19:12:52




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960 in the strawberries earlier today - third party image



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Josh Tallent

05-09-2016 19:12:39




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 Re: Let's see your working tractors :) in reply to NWMO 901 SOS, 05-07-2016 17:55:19  
Third time's a charm?
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keith williams

05-09-2016 19:08:58




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 Re: Let's see your working tractors :) in reply to NWMO 901 SOS, 05-07-2016 17:55:19  
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Pic's of me Mowing last fall with my 1964 Ford 4000.
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Josh Tallent

05-09-2016 19:07:09




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Hmm, no photos . . . . Second attempt!



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Josh Tallent

05-09-2016 19:05:49




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 Re: Let's see your working tractors :) in reply to NWMO 901 SOS, 05-07-2016 17:55:19  
Here's the '52 8N with a weird old Ferguson scoop I found a few years back (it's a JO-20 I think). Not reversible, but it has an auto-dump feature I like.
And the '55 860, splitting some downed cherry last winter.



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jeffkoh

05-09-2016 18:50:33




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Calling for rain all week, thought it might be good to get my first sweet corn field plowed. '58 861 ran like a champ.

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tracto-man

05-09-2016 18:43:01




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That little Simplicity is the hardest, most reliable, useful tractor I've ever had. The MF 65 barely got used to scrape the drive way and was going to get used until it has a little rest in the muck for a while. I've yet to have a good running working ford :(, but they are still my favorite!

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Colin King

05-09-2016 18:24:11




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Doing some fence repair with the 8N.
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And some planting with the 961D
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Colin, MN



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Scott in SC

05-09-2016 12:35:51




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That is a Aldomi skid steer adaptor, adjustable for with, and curl. It's rated at 3k lbs, and of course it will fit any skid steer tool. I purchased it through Hay Spear in Missouri, and you can see their products on the web at: albomi.com. It works well with the 727.

Scott



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NWMO 901 SOS

05-09-2016 11:41:12




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 Re: Let's see your working tractors :) in reply to NWMO 901 SOS, 05-07-2016 17:55:19  
Good looking, useful equipment :) all.

Chris



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NWMO 901 SOS

05-09-2016 10:36:30




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Hey Larry,

I sent you an email with a link on a lubrication challenge I'm wading through, would love your opinion.

Chris



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JMOR

05-09-2016 10:35:19




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Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeScott, what is that bucket attachment? Looks familiar, but can't place it.



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soundguy

05-09-2016 07:24:45




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950 with mower attached, waiting another week or so for the weeds to outgrow the grass.

and the 850 putting out the last bale I had in early april.

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Royse

05-08-2016 19:45:34




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Thanks Chris. The front blade is on a 2N. Loader on a '53 Jubilee

with "roll your own" power steering I added a few years back

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The ones in the yard are a 1948 Farmall BN, another '53 Jubilee

and a 1949 Allis Chalmers C.

Not all Fords. I'm pretty much color blind. :)
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Kurt-NEPA

05-08-2016 19:29:25




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My Pair.

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Rusty_S85

05-08-2016 19:27:16




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 Re: Let's see your working tractors :) in reply to NWMO 901 SOS, 05-07-2016 17:55:19  
Heres mine.

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The red tractor based off sheet metal is a '58 to '62 Ford 601. I have not been able to officially date the tractor I believe it is how ever a '58 year model.

The blue tractor based off what I have found appears to be a '68 Ford 3000. This one is currently out of commission due to power steering system going from a dripping leak when shut off to a full blow leak when running. This tractor I also think is in need of a engine rebuild as I believe the engine is making a lot more noise than it should make. We had our engine guy we use rebuild a ford 3 cylinder diesel engine for a '80s model manitu fork lift, same engine as in this tractor, that fork lift with no muffler was quiet. This one with muffler is so loud at idle you almost have to yell.

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RobCons

05-08-2016 19:00:49




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My 641, I use it for plowing, bush hogging, box blading, post hole digging, lifting, and just having fun with.
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chevytaHOE5674

05-08-2016 18:24:51




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Here's a few.
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RBnSC

05-08-2016 18:04:17




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my 601



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sd pete

05-08-2016 16:40:59




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Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeI always liked the looks of these row crops.



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Stevob671

05-08-2016 15:48:58




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The fleet ranked by HP...



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NWMO 901 SOS

05-08-2016 14:50:02




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Nice pics everyone,

Benj - what is the yellow crop behind the N? that is a beautiful picture. Nice collection of old Fords.

Chris



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Benj R

05-08-2016 20:28:47




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Hey Chris. Thanks,The crop is canola.



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Royse

05-08-2016 14:18:22




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No dissing from me Dean.

Except for not having pictures. ;)



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Benj R

05-08-2016 11:29:24




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Some of my working Fords, 1971 5000, 1968 5000, 1965 2000, 1952 8n ,1951 8n, 1947 2n.

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Will Gumbert

05-08-2016 14:29:23




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Those are some nice photos Benj. Thanks for posting... Will



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Benj R

05-08-2016 20:34:21




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Thanks Will. Can not ever seem to get enough of old Ford tractors.



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gears

05-08-2016 10:13:40




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Thanks UD, the carbon fiber muffler may detract from the originality though. third party image third party image



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Dean

05-08-2016 09:22:30




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You folks are going to dis me for this but all of my working tractors these days are Kubotas (no photos) excepting my 52 8N with Sherman combo and carryall, which functions as my quad.

Dean



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Michford

05-08-2016 05:48:47




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Here is my 860 taking care of the white stuff.
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And here is my 641 taking care of the white stuff.
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Scott in SC

05-08-2016 05:45:58




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My middle son on my late father's 65 4000, his last tractor. I brought her home and got her running again after 23 years.

Scott



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robilmichael

05-08-2016 05:20:54




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Jubilee and 850, used every week for mowing, bush hogging, clearing.

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gears

05-08-2016 04:46:42




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got to get a pic of the 3400 outside with the loader on, but the 9 is used regularly third party image third party image third party image

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Ultradog MN

05-08-2016 04:53:36




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Your 3400 looks real good.
Even has the "correct" mushroom cap on the air breather to go along with the old style tin. They're getting harder to find.



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Ultradog MN

05-08-2016 04:43:45




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I don't know if they qualify as "working" tractors as they mostly lay around in the shed.
I did put 6 or 7 hours on my little one yesterday though.
I was going to get the old galoot 4200 started just to pull the cultipacker around but was running short on time so I just stuck with the 3000.

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05-08-2016 04:18:24




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She has done EVERYTHING that I have asked her to, LOL. third party image



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05-08-2016 04:17:14




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She has done EVERYTHING that I have asked her to, LOL. third party image



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RickB

05-08-2016 03:23:32




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Here's my 4000. Born as a gasser; now with a 1983 201 Diesel transplant. 735 loader has an HLA SSL QA device.



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BobReeves

05-08-2016 02:23:59




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My Ford 3000 with JD Flail mower. third party image



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Kirk-NJ

05-08-2016 02:22:17




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I have all kinds of fords here on my small farm to help me get whatever job I need done.

Kirk



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NWMO 901 SOS

05-07-2016 22:57:35




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Nice pics Royse. Looks like an N or 2 (possibly an old Ferguson TO-30? X00 or X01 with the loader? And a shiny Industrial I assume. Again, nice pics.

Chris



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Royse

05-07-2016 21:06:59




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There are several around here! A few pretty ones too. :)
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NWMO 901 SOS

05-07-2016 19:08:40




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Pretty big Larry :)



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Larry NCKS

05-07-2016 18:44:30




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Dean

05-08-2016 09:19:00




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Not sure, but I'm bettin' that that is not an S-O-S.

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