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7000 odds and ends

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06-12-2019 13:20:31

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Picked up a 7000 (7100) over the weekend. It runs out pretty good, leak at the steering column and some cosmetic issues are all I can find so far. On the cosmetic side, it is missing the lower steering column trim (both pieces) and the fan shroud. Are these the same as a 5000? Anyone have any laying in a shed collecting dust??

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06-13-2019 08:26:14

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 Re: 7000 odds and ends in reply to mh, 06-12-2019 13:20:31  
Looks like the shroud is available on the aftermarket, I will order one of those and see how it fits. Guess I can live without the lower steering trim!!

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06-12-2019 14:30:30

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 Re: 7000 odds and ends in reply to mh, 06-12-2019 13:20:31  
7000 shroud has a different part number from one for a 5000, may be because of the engine oil cooler a 7000 has.

I've gone to leaving the lower trim off of all my Fords

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06-12-2019 13:51:35

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 Re: 7000 odds and ends in reply to mh, 06-12-2019 13:20:31  
I believe they are the same as a 5000 - a late 5000. Early 5000's used the 2-piece steering trim, but late models and 7000's use a one-piece. Likewise with the shroud. And you definitely want a shroud on a 7000 - it's hard enough to keep them cool when everything is in place.
I have a 5000 parts tractor here. I'll double check, but I think it has the early style parts.

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06-12-2019 13:57:24

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 Re: 7000 odds and ends in reply to Fordfarmer, 06-12-2019 13:51:35  
Just checked - the parts tractor is old enough that it has the 2-piece steering cover and steel shroud.

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