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Ford1956tractor

02-21-2021 17:14:19




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Can someone tell me the specs on 9000 with serial number C299114*?




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showcrop

02-23-2021 04:37:43




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 Re: Ford 9000 in reply to Ford1956tractor, 02-21-2021 17:14:19  
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They don't charge by the word here at YT.



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Sean in PA

02-23-2021 04:19:33




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 Re: Ford 9000 in reply to Ford1956tractor, 02-21-2021 17:14:19  
Serial number won't tell you anything about the tractor's configuration, just when it was made.
The model number for most series will tell you whether it is an all purpose ag chassis model or a row crop model, but it won't tell you if a row crop had a narrow or wide front end when it left the factory. Only the pre-1965 row crop model numbers had a suffix would tell you that, but nothing on the 1965+ tractors.
So I don't think that there's any way to know whether it was a narrow or wide front when it left the factory.

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Sean in PA

02-22-2021 03:59:10




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 Re: Ford 9000 in reply to Ford1956tractor, 02-21-2021 17:14:19  
That serial number, C299114, is a 1972 serial number.

Can you be more specific on which specs you're looking for? HP, engine displacement, fuel tank capacity, 3 point lift capacity, wheelbase, etc.? As Tracy said, a lot of that information can be found on tractordata.com, but their information is not always accurate.



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Ford1956tractor

02-22-2021 16:38:04




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 Re: Ford 9000 in reply to Sean in PA, 02-22-2021 03:59:10  
Looking to see if serial number signifies a narrow front



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tracy brown

02-21-2021 18:27:46




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 Re: Ford 9000 in reply to Ford1956tractor, 02-21-2021 17:14:19  
Try tractordata.com



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