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nashranch

10-21-2017 13:38:31




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What's a Ford 600 worth with a Superior Loader on it. Not sure of the condition( running or not). I t is nice and dry in a old barn. Any price info or any info at all would be greatly appreciated
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GB in MT.

10-27-2017 21:09:25




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You are a GOOD man N..R..!!!!!!!

Now all I have to do is take measurements, and fab up a set for my loader/tractor.

Sure does save me a lot of speculations!!!!

Thanks, MUCH!!!!!

GB 8) :D 8)



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nashranch

10-27-2017 19:52:03




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Here's those pics of the loader brackets GB in MT. I tried to email but couldn't figure out third party image third party image third party image third party image third party image

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GB in MT.

10-26-2017 20:23:01




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WOW.... a real fast answer!!!!

I thank you very much.
You don't have to post them.....just send them via my email addy.

Thanks again!!!!!!!

Gary 8)



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nashranch

10-26-2017 20:16:11




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[quote="GB in MT."](quoted from post at 19:54:31 10/26/17)

I am sending you an email, thru YT safe mail

I got a favor to ask you about the hook-up brackets, on your Superior loader.

NICE SCORE.......as Royse told ya.....You stole that tractor!!! :lol:
Gary
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I'll take some pics of it tomorrow Gary



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GB in MT.

10-26-2017 19:54:31




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I am sending you an email, thru YT safe mail

I got a favor to ask you about the hook-up brackets, on your Superior loader.

NICE SCORE.......as Royse told ya.....You stole that tractor!!! :lol:
Gary



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nashranch

10-25-2017 18:22:44




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 Re: Foird 600 in reply to nashranch, 10-21-2017 13:38:31  
She runs like a top, it is a fully functional tractor at this time. It's got a few hydraulic oil leaks but all works ok. Brakes need adjustment slightly. Tomorrow I go pickup Gannon box blade and a 6-7 foot wide disk harrow and another cultivator on steel wheels. Will have some pics of the goodies tomorrow



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nashranch

10-25-2017 15:12:25




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Made it safely to Nash Ranch today after being drug for 4 miles. It was a cold wild ride tailgating my Chev. Tahoe. She is now high and dry in my shop. Got the battery on the charger and just finished draining the gas tank and cleaning out the carb. It was 14" deep with varnished sludge and the float was stuck closed but it all cleaned up good and should be good to go. Also cleaned and regapped the points and now I've got spark so later this afternoon it should be running again after a 10year nap.. third party image third party image third party image third party image

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nashranch

10-24-2017 20:47:54




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Today I did manage to hook up a 12v battery to the starter to crank it over a bit. It did build some oil pressure which was encouraging. I was hoping to also build some hydraulic pressure to raise up the bucket but I don't think it was cranking fast enough.
Tomorrow I will use a hi lift jack on the bucket to relieve weight while cranking to get the bucket off the ground so it can be towed home

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Royse

10-24-2017 19:35:27




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Purchased? More like STOLE! LOL
I hope it works out well for you! :)



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nashranch

10-24-2017 19:27:13




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today was a good day...I purchased that Ford 640 plus a Gannon box scrapper with big ripper teeth. All for $500
This tractor is not been running for at least 5 years so the gas in it more like varnish.
Tomorrow my neighbor and I will go up to this tractor about 4 miles away and jack up the bucket and chain it off so he can pull me home slowly.
Outta be an interesting trip

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Grandpa love

10-24-2017 19:39:58




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Man! What a deal ,uh , steal! Nice. Keep us posted .



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nashranch

10-22-2017 09:59:49




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It did have a real small 12 volt battery in it that is deader than a door nail. Also it still has a generator on it. not sure if any of that is working or not cuz I haven't heard it run, Still waiting to hear back from the owner about a purchase price.

It does have at least one steering cylinder you can see in the pic with the red arrows pointing to it third party image

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tractorguy2

10-22-2017 09:35:18




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 Re: Foird 600 in reply to nashranch, 10-21-2017 13:38:31  
It has a four speed not a five. I'm guessing since it has a resister from a dodge truck that it's converted to 12 volts. I don't see any power steering cylinders.



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Dean

10-22-2017 09:59:17




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 Re: Foird 600 in reply to tractorguy2, 10-22-2017 09:35:18  
I see a PS cylinder in the first OP photo.

The link that I posted below clearly shows a 5 speed in the second (?) photo.

Dean



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Dean

10-22-2017 09:25:16




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 Re: Foird 600 in reply to nashranch, 10-21-2017 13:38:31  
Below is a link to another in need of TLC (not mine).

This one has a 5 speed but I cannot tell from the photo if it is a 650 or 660.

Dean



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nashranch

10-22-2017 07:10:37




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that is a ballast resistor going to the coil



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NoNewParts

10-22-2017 04:21:53




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 Re: Foird 600 in reply to nashranch, 10-21-2017 13:38:31  
nice tractor.

Hard for me to assign a value as I buy cheap......

but if the owner was asking me advice before selling....I'd say $2500 just like it sits. If I get it running for him....$3000+

And I would tell him not to give much on price. A good loader tractor with PS, front pump, bucket curl......will sell.

(I also like the condition....my 3 year old loader bucket looks more beat up than that one)

ps interesting place to mount a regulator if that is what that is... :)

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nashranch

10-21-2017 17:02:53




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Tires are good ...no sign of leaking calcium chloride around rims..hydraulic hoses are old and cracked but see no sign of leakage around them.

According to owner his dad bought it brand new...he still has purchase receipt but wasn't home to tell me when it was purchased.

No Sherman transmission da**it.

Oil in engine is in good shape..no sign of water.

Oil in tranny is a light transparent brown color..no water

It is a 640 with a serial number of 45296 with diamonds on start and finish of number.

I'm excited to get if the price is right...I gotta get this tractor out this barn before it falls down
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Dean

10-21-2017 20:30:57




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 Re: Foird 600 in reply to nashranch, 10-21-2017 17:02:53  
Interesting to find a 640 with PS. Must be a late 57.

If running and without apparent issues, should bring $3,000+ in my area.

Dean



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Grandpa love

10-21-2017 18:12:04




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 Re: Foird 600 in reply to nashranch, 10-21-2017 17:02:53  
In Central AL $ 2500 if it's running. I would love to have a 640 with a loader. If the motor ain't stuck,but it won't start and you have to drag it out of the barn I would still go 1500 on it. Most everything is easy to fix.



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nashranch

10-21-2017 17:02:37




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 Re: Foird 600 in reply to nashranch, 10-21-2017 13:38:31  
Tires are good ...no sign of leaking calcium chloride around rims..hydraulic hoses are old and cracked but see no sign of leakage around them.

According to owner his dad bought it brand new...he still has purchase receipt but wasn't home to tell me when it was purchased.

No Sherman transmission da**it.

Oil in engine is in good shape..no sign of water.

Oil in tranny is a light transparent brown color..no water

It is a 640 with a serial number of 45296 with diamonds on start and finish of number.

I'm excited to get if the price is right...I gotta get this tractor out this barn before it falls down
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Royse

10-21-2017 16:40:02




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 Re: Foird 600 in reply to nashranch, 10-21-2017 13:38:31  
What transmission does it have? If a 5 speed, check for it to pop

out of third gear. Especially when going down hill with weight.

Power steering is a definite plus. How are the rims?

Tires loaded? If so, what are they loaded with?

It's a nice looking machine from what I can see.

Around here, in running condition it might bring $2500.

It seems the selling prices keep dropping, but the asking
prices keep going up. Hopefully it is a cyclical price change.

I've got a few I'd like to sell when the prices go back up! :)

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nashranch

10-21-2017 14:14:09




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Ya I know Dean....Will get more info once I talk again with the owner. Where abouts is the serial # plate on this machine?. I kinda looked for it when I was there



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Dean

10-21-2017 14:36:47




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 Re: Foird 600 in reply to nashranch, 10-21-2017 14:14:09  
Add a bit to my running estimate for the good tires, fenders and power steering. Probably $3,500 if running with no apparent issues.

Look for a Sherman combination transmission. Add $500 if it has one.

Dean



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Dean

10-21-2017 14:33:52




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The numbers are stamped into the bell housing just above the starter.

Look for the model # and SN.

Dean



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Dean

10-21-2017 13:50:38




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Insufficient information but best guess: Not running, $1,000; running, $2,500+.

Dean



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