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Ford 5000?

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Off Road SHO

10-13-2019 07:46:36




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Trying to Identify this non running Ford. The numbers the owner can see are C7NN7006K 8H1B 74A02 He thinks.

The engine slowly lost power and then stopped. Cranks over but will not fire off. It's got the SOS tranny that I'm kind of interested in but the tractor is a good 5 hours away from me and would like to know more about the engine that is in it. 4 cylinder? 6 cylinder?

Thanks for any info on it.

Tom

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Shaun Wallace

10-13-2019 16:28:33




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 Re: Ford 5000? in reply to Off Road SHO, 10-13-2019 07:46:36  
4 cyl 233 cid unless had engine replaced with 256 cid Since slowly lost power my guess is fuel filters stopped up and inj pump has no oil in it and needs changed anyway.



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Off Road SHO

10-13-2019 16:15:07




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 Re: Ford 5000? in reply to Off Road SHO, 10-13-2019 07:46:36  
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So which diesel is it? The 172? Where do you guys get all that information? I hate to keep bugging everybody.

Tom



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Fordfarmer

10-14-2019 04:19:03




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 Re: Ford 5000? in reply to Off Road SHO, 10-13-2019 16:15:07  
172's were discontinued after 1964 (in tractors... they continued at least through the early '80's as industrial power units). 5000's came with either a 233 c.i. ('65 thru early '68) or a 256 c.i. (mid '68 thru '75) The unit number - 8H1B - puts yours as having a 1968, August 1, 2nd shift final assembly date. That means it should have a 256, if original. Look at the frost plugs. Every early 5000 with a 233 that I've seen has screw-in frost plugs, with a hex recess in the face. 256's have the more familiar press-
fit plugs.

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tracy brown

10-13-2019 17:33:54




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 Re: Ford 5000? in reply to Off Road SHO, 10-13-2019 16:15:07  
Tractordatadotcom is a place to start but not 100% accurate



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Larry NCKS

10-13-2019 10:46:39




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 Re: Ford 5000? in reply to Off Road SHO, 10-13-2019 07:46:36  
There oughta be a like button on this page. I'm impressed with Bern and people like him who have this kind of knowledge of this era of Ford tractors.
My knowledge, what there is of it, is largely limited to the pre-65 Fords and the 94 up 70 series Genesis tractors.

I do know that the SOS in the 5000 is about as bullet proof as they come.



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Bern

10-13-2019 10:27:35




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 Re: Ford 5000? in reply to Off Road SHO, 10-13-2019 07:46:36  
4 cylinder engine, 1968 model.



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