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Ford 340 Industrial?

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NIFTSIX

03-26-2019 09:23:49




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I'm sure this has been asked many times before, but I'm looking for a little help identifying my tractor.

Ser: C656954

Model: CU312K

Unit: 0L05B

Engine: 0J19A

Trans: 0L13B

Rear Axle: 0K09B

Hyd Pump: 0J01A

Hyd Lift: 0J26A

I believe it to be a Ford 340 Industrial, but I'd sure like to know what year and I am in dire need of a wiring diagram. Would the service manual found on this site be the best place for that?

Any info anybody has would certainly be most appreciated. Thank You in advance!

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Destroked 450

03-27-2019 10:22:13




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 Re: Ford 340 Industrial? in reply to NIFTSIX, 03-26-2019 09:23:49  
Same location on the left side for the trans.

Usually on the casting flange of the axle where it bolts to the trans.



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NIFTSIX

03-27-2019 09:27:45




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 Re: Ford 340 Industrial? in reply to NIFTSIX, 03-26-2019 09:23:49  
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Maybe, looks like the unit number is the same... I'll have to hunt for the transmission number. Any hints where to look?



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Destroked 450

03-27-2019 08:59:05




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 Re: Ford 340 Industrial? in reply to NIFTSIX, 03-26-2019 09:23:49  
Looks like however stamped the tag got something mixed up.

Check the numbers on the castings to see if they match



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NIFTSIX

03-27-2019 08:14:46




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Interesting indeed.... I uploaded a photo of my tag. I think I read it correctly.



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Shetland Sheepdog

03-26-2019 18:57:38




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 Re: Ford 340 Industrial? in reply to NIFTSIX, 03-26-2019 09:23:49  
Something odd here! Tractor assembled Nov 5th, but transmission not built until Nov 13th?



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NIFTSIX

03-26-2019 13:37:38




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 Re: Ford 340 Industrial? in reply to NIFTSIX, 03-26-2019 09:23:49  
I will check that out on ebay for sure. Appreciate the tip!



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NIFTSIX

03-26-2019 13:36:51




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 Re: Ford 340 Industrial? in reply to NIFTSIX, 03-26-2019 09:23:49  
Outstanding! Thank you very much for taking the to look that up for me.



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KV Bruce

03-26-2019 10:15:08




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 Re: Ford 340 Industrial? in reply to NIFTSIX, 03-26-2019 09:23:49  
I purchased a digital copy of the complete service manual for my 1970 3400 on EBay for less than $10. Might check there.



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JoeM(GA)

03-26-2019 09:53:26




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 Re: Ford 340 Industrial? in reply to NIFTSIX, 03-26-2019 09:23:49  

CU312K

CU3= 340 Industrial 1979-1981
1 = Diesel
2 = Trans 540 rpm
K = 6x4 manual reversing

0L05B = November 05,1980 build date



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