They keep telling me it is blasemy with what my plan is for a paint job. Just above and behind your starter there is a flat spot with numbers stamped in the metal. Show up with cash money and a trailer. So I finally said leave it at the bottom of the hill off the road and next week after the snow melts I'll drive it up on the gravel. I do this at gun shows too.
Have 2 big 200 plus guys stand on each lift arm and operate it. The 1963 tractor itself weighs - 3800 lbs. But the engine will not start if off by 2 teeth. I would pull it off to crank it instead of putting all that wear on my starter. No leaks, gas engine runns great without smoking. If possible hook to a ground engaging implement and lupp it to load the tractor down. I like the long hood and stying to.
It has a loader with a backhoe attachment to. As with all used tractors, condition is king. Here's a shot of it. Hard starting in cold weather is a problem with those diesels when they have compression, when they start to wear people put the ether to them and really wear them out faster. Puleld trailers, box bladed, used a small tree grubber to pull out 3 inch diameter trees, seeded and fertilized finished cells.
When diagnosing an issue, or showing off your tractor or implement, it's important to add images so we all know what you're talking about. Where can I get pins for the stabilizer pads and other parts I might need? Can you get a few more pics around the rear and the other sides. Sorry to change it up on you guys. Jolly~ I am in talks with the owner of land behind us for putting in a B. I bought an early Ford because of the relative consistency of design and parts availability. I think he wants to know how to physically mount the headlight assemblies to those holes in the grill housing. I see some raised numbers on the side of the block below the oil dip stick; 310609.
Maybe this is why you can't read it? If I were to go out and get a 3pt backhoe or even a frame mounted hoe for the newer tractor they just don't have the power that a direct drive pump hydraulic system has by any means. None of these trademark holders are affiliated with Yesterday's Tractor Co. I4I62 which would make everything jive perfectly. The ramp truck got stuck trying to make it up the hill to my houses. Ford manufactured a large line of industrial tractors and equipment.
S , three are 4x4's with three point and pto , one has no three point or pto , all have loaders and two are backhoes also. Edit--just read the other guy bought the 4000. I've seen numbers hid well before. O operation, attaching rear equipment, hydraulic system operation, wheel tread adjustments, and tractor weighting. My husband is not happy since he wants to play with it too but I informed him if he wants to play with the Farmer of this homes toys, then do not tell me what I can or can not paint it or he can just have frozen grocery aisle food.
We do alot of work with ours, Ive bpulled 3 bottom plows and will proabably run it a little today. Maybe it is only 1 tooth off which could be the reason for running bad. As someone pointed out that's a commercial tractor which was originally yellow and it doesn't have power steering. Also, a heck of alot lower horse power; moreover the gearing is not suitable for a tiller if you have that in your plans. The numbers are clearly legible in person.
Reproduction of any part of this website, including design and content, without written permission is strictly prohibited. Could have been the timing issue. Maybe a thickness measurement or other detail. Problem is I need to know how much it weighs so I can get a trailer that can handle it. I noticed that the lift had a very minor vibration in it as he lifted it up.
. The speed lever is between your knees. Plowed our work gardens and disked them. He also said he thinks he wrote down everything he had to do to replace them and will look to see if he has the instructions somewhere. The trany is a shuttle shift I think. Soil condition vary so much area to area that what works well for some might be a disaster for you.
I hope to sort it all out sometime soon. Then line up the marks pull the injector pump turn the crank 360 deg. Held on with 2 screws. Trade Marks and Trade Names contained and used in this Website are those of others, and are used in this Website in a descriptive sense to refer to the products of others. I wish you luck with the tractor sorry don't know anything about the parts for it.