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68 Ford 4000 loader

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Coulterc

01-29-2019 14:37:29




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Hey guy and gals. I have a 68 Ford 4000, 3cyl. I am looking at putting a loader on it, would like a model with its own hyd. pump. Will be used 90% of the time to move 1000# round bales. What all models would fits and be best suited for this. Thanks.




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Destroked 450

02-28-2019 05:37:47




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 Re: 68 Ford 4000 loader in reply to Coulterc, 01-29-2019 14:37:29  
Why are you wanting a loader with it's own pump?

One of the newer quick attach loaders is the way to go.

Full frame loaders are tuff but make any repair work on the tractor a royal pain.



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werksguy

02-27-2019 20:09:03




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 Re: 68 Ford 4000 loader in reply to Coulterc, 01-29-2019 14:37:29  
That's a dead ringer for my 4400.... Cab and all.

I'm thinking I'm gonna take the cab off... Noisy and hard to get in and out of for me....6'3".



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Coulterc

02-03-2019 08:31:58




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 Re: 68 Ford 4000 loader in reply to Coulterc, 01-29-2019 14:37:29  
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correct mine is the 3cyl



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Sean in PA

02-02-2019 05:29:36




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 Re: 68 Ford 4000 loader in reply to Coulterc, 01-29-2019 14:37:29  
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A '68 4000 is a 3 cylinder 4000, not a 4 cylinder 4000, and a loader frame from an 800 will not fit.



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da.bees

02-01-2019 23:50:03




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 Re: 68 Ford 4000 loader in reply to Coulterc, 01-29-2019 14:37:29  
I pulled a Ford brand 703 off an 800 which is the same (for this purpose)as the 4 cyl 4000. It's a hoss with no cracks or welds that can handle anything a tractor this size will. I'm in N.Central Tx if you care to buy it. Click email



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Coulterc

01-31-2019 13:28:28




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 Re: 68 Ford 4000 loader in reply to Coulterc, 01-29-2019 14:37:29  
Thanks for the info Sir.



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Fordfarmer

01-31-2019 10:16:36




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 Re: 68 Ford 4000 loader in reply to Coulterc, 01-29-2019 14:37:29  
If my link works, it will take you to Westendorf's losder selector page. I think they have 11 models that will fit a 4000. The frame type you need to pick in the search is 2B.



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Coulterc

01-31-2019 07:48:03




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 Re: 68 Ford 4000 loader in reply to Coulterc, 01-29-2019 14:37:29  
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So the 735 series will fit?

Where are you finding this information, I am having a hard time finding resources for these old loaders, and even the newer loaders on-line, of course my computer skills are at a minimum to say the least.



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fordfarmer

01-31-2019 08:40:00




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 Re: 68 Ford 4000 loader in reply to Coulterc, 01-31-2019 07:48:03  
I looked in some of my old Ford sales literature. loaders.com in Westendorfs site. I think they offer at least a couple models with their own pumps.



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Fordfarmer

01-30-2019 13:17:31




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 Re: 68 Ford 4000 loader in reply to Coulterc, 01-29-2019 14:37:29  
There are a ton of makes and models that will fit... just need the right mounting brackets. I had a Ford 772 and beat it to death handling 1700-2000 lb. high moisture bales. Replaced it with a Westendorf TA26, which is SO much nicer... quick-tach, on or off in 2 minutes, no tools, and built heavier. Might be harder to find something like that with it's own pump. Try www.loaders.com. Another Ford option would be the 730 industrial loader. Not quick-tach, but will have its own pump.

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Ultradog MN

01-30-2019 17:17:39




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 Re: 68 Ford 4000 loader in reply to Fordfarmer, 01-30-2019 13:17:31  
I would have guessed a 730 would be too short for a 4000.
Maybe not.
Not sure of the model but the loader that was installed on a 4400 would fit.
Maybe someone here knows.
They were much easier to install than a 730 too. 730 was a pia to put on a 3 cyl.
They came with their own pump too.



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Fordfarmer

01-30-2019 20:49:10




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 Re: 68 Ford 4000 loader in reply to Ultradog MN, 01-30-2019 17:17:39  
You're right - the 730 is listed as fitting the 2000,3000, and 4000SU, but not the standard 4000. The loader that fits the 4400 (and 3550) is the 735.



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Coulterc

01-30-2019 09:35:37




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 Re: 68 Ford 4000 loader in reply to Coulterc, 01-29-2019 14:37:29  
Thank you, would you have any ideas of the best place to find either of these. I am having trouble finding much. I have a one-arm trip bucket that is handy for cleaning out the barn, but I'm ready for an upgrade.



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sixbales

01-29-2019 18:21:23




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 Re: 68 Ford 4000 loader in reply to Coulterc, 01-29-2019 14:37:29  
Ford 771 & 772 loaders will fit a Ford 4000. The 771 loader has an 1800 lb lift capacity, the 772 has a 2500 lb lift capacity.



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