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Al Baker(pumpman)

10-04-2019 05:59:26




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I was in a bone yard that is slowly cutting everything up. I saw a ford industrial tractor parted out. I guessed that from the yellow paint. No sheet metal or engine , no tires or rims. I could see the long stick, short stick that looked like the 8 speed trans. It had inboard brakes and the slots in the rear end housing to adjust the fenders. How can I tell if this is a late 3600 style with live pto, or the 4600 style? I would hate to see it cut up. Wouldn't this be worth getting just for someone who might want to swap a SOS over to 8 speed? I think a few hundred would buy it. Al

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Bob N.Y.

10-04-2019 09:20:59




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 Re: ford 8 speed in reply to Al Baker(pumpman), 10-04-2019 05:59:26  
With the engine gone you should be able to see the transmission input shaft. If it is live PTO there will be 2 shafts, one inside the other.



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Ultradog MN

10-04-2019 07:13:55




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 Re: ford 8 speed in reply to Al Baker(pumpman), 10-04-2019 05:59:26  
3000/3600 chassis has dry outboard brakes/drums and holes in the axle so the fenders only go on in one location.
4000/4600 is as you described.
One thing about the industrials is they not have a pto and maybe no 3 point. So check those before you buy.
Also, a lot of them had that 6X4 transmission which, IMO would be preferable to an SOS but not as desirable as the 8X2.



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Fordfarmer

10-04-2019 08:43:20




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 Re: ford 8 speed in reply to Ultradog MN, 10-04-2019 07:13:55  
MAYBE no PTO and/or 3 point. Both were available, depending on how it was optioned.



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Ultradog MN

10-04-2019 09:57:22




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 Re: ford 8 speed in reply to Fordfarmer, 10-04-2019 08:43:20  
Yes.
I meant to write May not have pto...



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