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What is the model and year of this ford tractor

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celsaghir

09-02-2018 09:01:12




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Hello. I believe I have a ford industrial tractor. I need to know the year andmodel number so that I can order parts and a manual. The serial # on the engine (C248198) I believe suggests that it is 1969 but I am not sure. I don't have the model # on the plate next to the starter but on the opposite side of the tractor I ran across these numbers stamped on bell housing (4C06B, K7008). The starter side of the bell housing looks like it broke off and someone tried to repair it. I have a couple of other numbers that may help to identify the tractor.

Engine - D5NN6015F, C248198
Injection pump - 3233F631, R19376 HA
Transmission right- D2NN7006A
Transmission left - D3NN4024AD


Any help would be great. I'm trying to fix several things on the tractor for my dad. Thanks!

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Sean in PA

09-04-2018 17:30:25




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 Re: What is the model and year of this ford tractor in reply to celsaghir, 09-02-2018 09:01:12  
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The 335 and 340 both had the 175 ci engine (2.2 bore x 2.2 stroke). It produced around 48 hp at the flywheel and about 40 hp at the PTO.



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Sean in PA

09-04-2018 13:26:45




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 Re: What is the model and year of this ford tractor in reply to celsaghir, 09-02-2018 09:01:12  
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Which handle(s) are you talking about for controlling the front end loader? And where are you looking when you say that it looks like the 340 only has one handle? Both the 335 and 340 should have a dual spool loader control valve, and the original control valve had two separate handles on both models.
The October 1977 date for the engine assembly makes it likely that it is a late 1977 tractor, but it might have been assembled in early 1978, so it still might be either 1a 335 or 340. Looking at the parts site, the rear axle for the 340 shows as having the double reduction rear axle with the inboard wet brakes, which yours doe not have, and the 335 as having the single reduction rear axle with the outboard dry drum brakes just like your tractor has, so my money is on it being a 335.

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celsaghir

09-05-2018 10:46:51




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 Re: What is the model and year of this ford tractor in reply to Sean in PA, 09-04-2018 13:26:45  
Awesome. I will go with the 1978 Ford 335. I will start ordering the parts that I need to get this tractor going again. Thank you everyone for being so helpful.



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Ultradog MN

09-04-2018 15:53:18




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 Re: What is the model and year of this ford tractor in reply to Sean in PA, 09-04-2018 13:26:45  
I think you are right on the model Sean.
In addition to the 340 having double reduction rear end they changed the steering style on them. The 3400/335 used the same old twin steering arms as Ford used from 1939 onward and assist cylinders - one on each side.
The 340 continued to use the 3400/335 solid front axle but steered it with one steering arm and a crossunder tie rod from the left side to the right. The PS was integral like the late 4000/4600s.

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Destroked 450

09-03-2018 20:46:08




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 Re: What is the model and year of this ford tractor in reply to celsaghir, 09-02-2018 09:01:12  
I punched in 340 and seen the box axle but didn't look any farther, looked again and apparently it had given me pics of a later model 340A or B axle

340 does have the same axle as a 3400.

Engine production code 7K18B is for OCT 18 and most likely 1977, but things aren't adding up with the 4C06B trans code.

The 23C is probably a production date instead of a model code unless it's had a trans swap.

The last 3 of the model code would mean
2 = gasoline engine, you have a diesel

3 = live 540 pto

C = 8x2 trans

Depending on the model but your tractor should be in the 43-48 hp neighborhood.

Did you look to see if the foil tag was still under the hood?

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celsaghir

09-04-2018 05:46:39




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 Re: What is the model and year of this ford tractor in reply to Destroked 450, 09-03-2018 20:46:08  
You are probably right about the 23C being a production date instead of a model #. It is definitely a diesel. Everything appears to be original but who knows. Unfortunately, there is no tag under the hood. There are a lot of embossed numbers and letters on the axle but I can't seem to find a stamped number where the transmission bolts to the axle next to the gear selector. I will look again. Looks like the 340 tractor has 1 handle to control the front end loader. This one has 2 handle valves to control the front end loader. So do you think this is a 1977 Ford 335 tractor?

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Sean in PA

09-03-2018 11:41:56




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 Re: What is the model and year of this ford tractor in reply to celsaghir, 09-02-2018 09:01:12  
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Odd. The parts site shows the 340 with the same front axle as the 335 and 3400 when you look at the drawings for the 340. But when you look at the drawings for the 340A and 340B it shows the 340 as having the same front axle as the A & B, which is the heavier front axle like the 4500.



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Destroked 450

09-03-2018 06:34:15




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 Re: What is the model and year of this ford tractor in reply to celsaghir, 09-02-2018 09:01:12  
The extra pics helped.

Wrong axle for a 340

Axle, sheet metal and such indicate it's probably a 335, the March 74 transmission production date is a little early for a 75 model but not impossible.

Production dates from the engine and axle would help.

Engine production date is located on a small flat pad under the injection pump.

Axle date is on or just behind the axle to trans mounting flange behind the shift top.

These numbers will be hand stamped, not raised casting numbers.

A 335 is a 3600 series tractor with a utility front axle so other than the front axle components parts for a 3600 ag tractor should work.

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celsaghir

09-03-2018 10:14:52




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 Re: What is the model and year of this ford tractor in reply to Destroked 450, 09-03-2018 06:34:15  
Also, Can you tell me the engine size and how many horsepower with the numbers I gave you? Thanks!



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celsaghir

09-03-2018 09:47:17




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 Re: What is the model and year of this ford tractor in reply to Destroked 450, 09-03-2018 06:34:15  
I pressure washed the engine and found the number that I think you are looking for but I could not find a stamped number on the flange where the axle is bolted to the transmission. The number on the engine is T 61E12 7K18B. Also, I was able to find a couple of numbers of the flat piece that was grinded and repaired by the starter. Looks like 23C are the last 3 of the model # tag. Hope this helps. I will keep looking for the stamped number on the rear axle. Thanks!

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Sean in PA

09-03-2018 05:57:28




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 Re: What is the model and year of this ford tractor in reply to celsaghir, 09-02-2018 09:01:12  
OK, I just read your first post again. The fact that it has no numbers stamped on the flat spot on the right side and has those two numbers on the left side probably means that the transmission is not original to the tractor, so we can ignore the date code there.

The other casting code numbers indicate the castings were designed in '72, '73 & '75, so with that nosecone and the dry paper filter on the right side of the for a diesel engine I would assume that it is a 335, which was made from 1975-1978. I would think that a 340, which was made from 79-81, would have at least one major casting code from after 1975.

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celsaghir

09-03-2018 06:13:13




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 Re: What is the model and year of this ford tractor in reply to Sean in PA, 09-03-2018 05:57:28  
There were probably numbers on the right side by the starter but it looks like the piece was broken off so someone used a grinder and fiberglass to reattach. This is the number that is on the front end loader if that helps. CLT4341 19529. Do you need for me to get other casting numbers from the tractor.

I apologize for a new thread. I will try to delete.



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Destroked 450

09-02-2018 09:54:21




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 Re: What is the model and year of this ford tractor in reply to celsaghir, 09-02-2018 09:01:12  
Not a lot to go on but it's defiantly not a 69 model

D5NN casting code on the block says the block casting was designed in 1975, D2 and D3 trans code makes it newer than 69 as well.

4C06B on the trans is a production date of March 06 1974 or 1984

If it's a 74 model the engines been changed so most likely a 84 model.

The rear axle is of the lighter 2-3000 ag style so most likely a under 50 hp utility.

Best guess without more info and photos is possibly a 340 model.

If the engines been changed it could be one of a few other models
Post pics of the front and sides along with one of the damaged area.

Note: Not sure what the reason is for the short section of pto shaft tied up with the top link, but that's a good way to get the pto shaft broke out of the tractor plus possibly getting someone hurt.

Get that off the tractor right away, if someone were to accidentally engage the pto things would go south in a hurry.

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celsaghir

09-02-2018 15:56:48




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 Re: What is the model and year of this ford tractor in reply to Destroked 450, 09-02-2018 09:54:21  
I will definitely remove it from the PTO. My dad tied it up for some reason. I will attach some additional photos. Hopefully this will help. Let me know if you need any additional numbers off the tractor.

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celsaghir

09-02-2018 16:02:52




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 Re: What is the model and year of this ford tractor in reply to celsaghir, 09-02-2018 15:56:48  
The circle in the picture is the part that was damaged. Looks like the edge broke off so they grinded it and used fiberglass to attach it back.



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celsaghir

09-02-2018 16:19:58




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 Re: What is the model and year of this ford tractor in reply to celsaghir, 09-02-2018 16:02:52  
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The circle in the picture is the part that was damaged. Looks like the edge broke off so they grinded it and used fiberglass to attach it back.

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