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Re: Ford 3000 head repair?

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05-17-2018 07:11:00

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That looks like a freeze crack.

Have you looked the block over carefully for any more damage?

I would try to find a rebuildable used head.

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05-20-2018 05:58:56

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 Re: Ford 3000 head repair? in reply to Steve@Advance, 05-17-2018 07:11:00  
Found a remanufactured engine, with head, water pump,fuel injection pump for $5100 6 month warranty on broken tractor. Com. I know that kinda high but if you add those parts up separately your right there anyways. Then I can just bolt it up and go.

I've looked at several tractors over the last few days trying to stay under $10,000. A lot of them look good some of them shake, some of them have rattling noise coming out of the head, and I'm just very skeptical about buying a used tractor because I don't want to be in the same position I'm in now 2 years from now. You can put lipstick on a pig but it's still a pig. Metal and paint is cheap and I have quickly discovered engine problems is very costly. I'd rather put $7,000 in my tractor and have one brand new that's probably the route I'm going to go. I would like to have a bigger tractor so I could put a loader on it later on... I just don't want to spend $15 000+ right now.

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