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Ford 3000 with different front axle

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michford

04-21-2018 19:21:06




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Found a Ford 3000 with a straight front axle, possibly an industial axle on my local craigslist. I am not involved in any way with this 3000, just never seen one like this.




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markct

04-22-2018 10:14:48




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 Re: Ford 3000 with different front axle in reply to michford, 04-21-2018 19:21:06  
Another possibility is a Ford 3600 for the India market, they used that type axle and single steering arm



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Ultradog MN

04-22-2018 02:17:56




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 Re: Ford 3000 with different front axle in reply to michford, 04-21-2018 19:21:06  
It's a mutt.
Definately a 3500 front end and side arm power steering setup but a 3500 should have a hard nose. That one has the soft nose from a 4/5000 or 4400.
Also note the extra lugs on the transmission and twin lift handles make it from from a 1976 and newer 26/3600 but it still has the piston pump from a 2/3000.
I wonder if it was a school tractor.
Thanks for posting this Michford. It's fun to try to decipher oddballs like this.

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Shaun Wallace

04-21-2018 20:32:19




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 Re: Ford 3000 with different front axle in reply to michford, 04-21-2018 19:21:06  
Setup like 3500. Indrustrials could be bought as tractor only. I have seen 4400.3400,340s as tractor only



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Royse

04-21-2018 20:10:46




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 Re: Ford 3000 with different front axle in reply to michford, 04-21-2018 19:21:06  
Somebody more versed than me can help you pin point the model
but I don't believe that is a 3000. No wishbone stabilizers/radius

rods, yet it has external steering. And only on one side.



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IanC

04-21-2018 19:59:18




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 Re: Ford 3000 with different front axle in reply to michford, 04-21-2018 19:21:06  
If by your handle you are in Michigan then you may have an escapee from the E.O.D. (Eperimental, O=?, Developmental) lot, or maybe a Johnny Cash Special. Used to run into that from time to time at the dealership I used to be parts man at in Fowlerville MI. One neat one was a hundred series with a four speed AND live power. And before somebody pipes in, if some big shot from the top floors of the Glass House in Dearborn tells tractor operation to "make me this" they are NOT going to tell him NO.

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