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mschwartz

06-07-2020 21:42:03




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Hello got a new 5000 tractor today and have a few questions. Model E1017C
Production code 9E19
Serial B867843
I think this means that it is a 1969 5000. It is a diesel , 8 spd. Has the newer webbed block and flat top fenders which I thought were newer than 69? Later replacements or am I not seeing straight? Thanks




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Sean in PA

06-08-2020 04:11:17




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 Re: Ford 5000 questions in reply to mschwartz, 06-07-2020 21:42:03  
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The ExNN number is the casting number and tells when the casting was designed. That casting design could have been used for several years, so it only tells you the first year that the design was used. I'm not sure how often they changed the casting design, and therefore the casting number, of that engine over the years. All of the major components with casting numbers are original on my '73 4000, but the engine has a 1971 casting number, and the transmission has a 1970 casting number and the center housing has a 1967 casting number. But they all have assembly dates stamped into them that match the tag under the hood and were all assembled within a couple months prior to the tractor being assembled in April 1973.

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Bern

06-08-2020 05:40:29




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 Re: Ford 5000 questions in reply to Sean in PA, 06-08-2020 04:11:17  
I should have been more clear. While I did use the phrase "narrow it down", I should have said that the casting number will get you within a few years. It's the quickest and easiest way to tell.



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Bern

06-07-2020 22:25:24




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 Re: Ford 5000 questions in reply to mschwartz, 06-07-2020 21:42:03  
Webbed blocks came out in the 80s - yours is not original. The casting number on the block will narrow it down. Look for "ExNN 6015 ..", the "x" will be the year (e.g. 7 will be 1987, approx).



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mschwartz

06-07-2020 21:43:48




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Fordfarmer

06-08-2020 04:10:18




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 Re: Ford 5000 questions in reply to mschwartz, 06-07-2020 21:43:48  
9E19B is May 19, 1969, day shift. The B at the start of the serial number says it was built in Basildon, England. Yes, the flattop fenders are newer replacements. The originals tend to rust off near the base.



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