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Ford 5200 has selecto speed

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10-20-2019 04:24:24

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Used equipment dealer has a " Ford 5000 high arch " for sale. His ad has a pic of a Ford 5200, a 1968 and up tractor with square 2 pc grill.Im thinking its a 1970s version because of the foot steps being attached to the flat deck. Ad also claims this tractor has "selectomatic" (selecto speed)
I never knew Ford had selecto speed as an option on 5200s. Did a few 5200s leave the factory with the selecto speed option.
Can any 5200 gurus comment on this tranny option?

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Al Baker(pumpman)

10-20-2019 17:25:45

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 Re: Ford 5200 has selecto speed in reply to fordforce, 10-20-2019 04:24:24  
I would buy it if I had a chance. I would love to add a few parts and have a 7200 SOS. I know some guys hate those trannys, but if they are 40-60 years old and still working they cant be all bad. In there place they are nice. I have run one for 30+ years and still going. Al

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10-20-2019 08:08:31

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 Re: Ford 5200 has selecto speed in reply to fordforce, 10-20-2019 04:24:24  
that 5200 tractor was always my favorite, only with a 8 sp

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Shaun Wallace

10-20-2019 06:43:53

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 Re: Ford 5200 has selecto speed in reply to fordforce, 10-20-2019 04:24:24  
I have seen and done repairs on 2 of them. Several years and miles apart.

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10-20-2019 05:37:48

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 Re: Ford 5200 has selecto speed in reply to fordforce, 10-20-2019 04:24:24  
You see them from time to time. We have one that we tractor pulled it for several years with a 9600 turbo on it. Use it around the farm now. Still have the turbo on it and the pump opened up. Running well over 100hp

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10-20-2019 05:39:26

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 Re: Ford 5200 has selecto speed in reply to ford9000puller, 10-20-2019 05:37:48  

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Ultradog MN

10-20-2019 04:33:42

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 Re: Ford 5200 has selecto speed in reply to fordforce, 10-20-2019 04:24:24  
Ford did not build many variations on the 5000 platform like they did the 3000 and 4000 models but the Select O Speed option was available pretty much across the board.
So a 5200 with SOS would not surprise me at all.

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