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Bern

08-04-2019 21:51:34




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I'm getting my Commander 6000 together, and I noticed that my donor parts tractor has a two-piece shield arrangement around the accumulators and hydraulic tank, whereas my original one did not. The parts book does not show these shields, nor do I see them anywhere in the service manual.

Even though they don't seem to do much other than look pretty, I'm tempted to put them in because they do look factory, and I'm striving for originality. The picture below shows one of the two shields in place. Does anyone know what the tab on the LH side of the picture, close to the hydraulic pipe, would bolt to?

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ptfarmer

08-05-2019 12:25:58




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 Re: 6000 shielding in reply to Bern, 08-04-2019 21:51:34  
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Sometimes they like to put the parts in a different section than you may think it should be.



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ford9000puller

08-05-2019 06:13:19




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 Re: 6000 shielding in reply to Bern, 08-04-2019 21:51:34  
I知 not sure that it bolts to anything. I値l do some locking at ours. I know the last Commander we bought has the shields still on it.



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ptfarmer

08-04-2019 22:14:41




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Looks like you are missing more parts.



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Bern

08-05-2019 06:20:54




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 Re: 6000 shielding in reply to ptfarmer, 08-04-2019 22:14:41  
I never thought to look under cooling system (face palm). Thank you!



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