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Is this a 772 Loader?

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01-13-2018 08:26:55

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Ive been lurking and searching here for a while, and figured I would register and ask for help. I got this 64 Ford 4000 gasser at auction recently. It has a seal leak at the bucket. Im trying to figure out exactly what loader this is. Looks like a 772 to me, however, on some further internet searching I found a 4000 for sale with the identical looking loader that the guy says his is as 721. I had never heard of a 721 Loader, and cant find anything on one. This was repainted several years ago, and no identifiers on the inside bracket that I can find. Any thoughts from youguys?

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01-13-2018 13:48:52

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 Re: Is this a 772 Loader? in reply to bac078, 01-13-2018 08:26:55  

You are right. 65. I fat fingered it. The I-beams are welded on. Here is the ad I saw for the 721. I assume he probably mistyped it. There are no stamps that I can find on the loader.

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01-13-2018 12:09:16

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 Re: Is this a 772 Loader? in reply to bac078, 01-13-2018 08:26:55  
I haven't found anything on a 721, either. There was a 771, which was a lighter version of the 772. That looks like a 772 to me, except the braces between the boom arms near the bucket. Maybe added/repaired? The tractor isn't a '64 4000... that would be a smaller, lighter 4-cylinder model. The one pictured is a '65 to early '68, 3-cylinder model. A nice step up from the earlier ones.

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01-13-2018 13:37:13

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 Re: Is this a 772 Loader? in reply to fordfarmer, 01-13-2018 12:09:16  
I looked at his pictures this morning and was pretty sure it was a 772 but those extra braces in front made me wonder so I didn't reply.
I had another Ford loader that came off a 3000 SOS that I parted out a few years ago.
The main frame was very similar to the 772 I had but the lift arms were not boxed like a tube. They were open in the inside.
I wonder if that was a 771. No tags or ID on it.
Lift arms were lighter duty than the 772.
Yes, that tractor is not a 64. It is 65 or newer.

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