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Interesting 4000

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Ultradog MN

01-20-2018 17:25:23




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Board member White Halftrack sent these to me.
A 4000 that caught his eye.
Note the side mounted pump and 3000 style pto handle. I've never seen an AP with that combo.
Would it have transmission pto?
I wonder what that thing hanging on the front is for.

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Destroked 450

01-21-2018 18:32:53




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 Re: Interesting 4000 in reply to Ultradog MN, 01-20-2018 17:25:23  
Only seen one and that was many years ago, It may have been a little cheaper that way, but that's just a guess.

I remember some of the farmers didn't like the ind pto at first since they where used to the pto stopping when they pushed the clutch to the floor on the previous models, SOS excluded.

I agree that it would be nice to see the model code to see if it actually is model D1022C.

It's a very odd combination, non ind pto and leaf spring seat indicates a cheaper priced tractor, but it has power steering and 38" power adjust wheels which where both price increasing options.

The size of the tires look more like 15.5-38's rather than the skinnier 13.6-38, rims also look to be appropriate for the tire size. My 5000 came with 15.5-38's, never seen them on a 4000 before, but they may have been swapped on at a later date.

Appears they had issues with the hyd piping, a rubber hyd hose has been adapted to the pressure pipe.

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Ultradog MN

01-22-2018 04:52:42




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 Re: Interesting 4000 in reply to Destroked 450, 01-21-2018 18:32:53  
The seat could have been changed at any time.
The same style pan seat/spring will fit about all of them from 39 till who knows when. 80s for sure.
My 4200 has 15.5s -about 15% Firestones. I recently found a decent set of 60%? Co ops for it. They're 13.6s.



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Sean in PA

01-21-2018 06:53:25




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 Re: Interesting 4000 in reply to Ultradog MN, 01-20-2018 17:25:23  
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I've never seen one either, but the parts drawings show the engine mounted piston pump being used for the 2000, 3000 and for "4000 without independent PTO". The funny thing is that pump was also used for the 3 cylinder 4000's with the S-O-S transmission, which mine has, and they had independent PTO, but the PTO clutch pack was internal to the transmission on those, so the S-O-S didn't use the gear pump in the center housing.

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RickB

01-21-2018 16:31:48




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 Re: Interesting 4000 in reply to Sean in PA, 01-21-2018 06:53:25  
Iím not doubting the existence, especially if Destroked has seen 4000ís configured this way. It would be interesting to get the model code from the clutch housing. Clearly this one has planetary finals.



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Grandpa love

01-21-2018 05:30:32




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 Re: Interesting 4000 in reply to Ultradog MN, 01-20-2018 17:25:23  
Sure ain't a typical pulling tractor ,but sure looks like a place to hang a bunch of weights off front.



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IanC

01-20-2018 18:10:38




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 Re: Interesting 4000 in reply to Ultradog MN, 01-20-2018 17:25:23  
With clutch pedal that high it probably has dual stage clutch live PTO rather than independent. I also don't see a diff lock pedal, and that leaf spring seat is what was considered a "standard" seat (but if original would have been blue like the rest of the chassis) so it it may have been ordered to be less expensive sales lot draw for the dealer. Just like auto dealer will have a couple "work" trucks to advertise at a low price. Get the actual model number the second to last digit is the PTO type.

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Destroked 450

01-20-2018 18:08:19




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 Re: Interesting 4000 in reply to Ultradog MN, 01-20-2018 17:25:23  
You don't see many but a 4000 with trans pto would have that setup.



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RickB

01-21-2018 01:38:35




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 Re: Interesting 4000 in reply to Destroked 450, 01-20-2018 18:08:19  
I have never seen a verified 4000 with a trans PTO. So they do exist?



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wayde

01-20-2018 17:34:23




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 Re: Interesting 4000 in reply to Ultradog MN, 01-20-2018 17:25:23  
Have a 4000 utility LP with same set up.



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