- 1 What year is my 3000 tractor?
- 2 Are Ford 3000 tractors any good?
- 3 How many HP is a Ford 3000 tractor?
- 4 How can I tell how old my Ford tractor is?
- 5 How much does a 3000 Ford tractor weight?
- 6 How do you tell what year a tractor is?
- 7 Are Ford tractors any good?
- 8 What horsepower is a Ford 4000 tractor?
- 9 How many horsepower is a Ford 1520 tractor?
- 10 Is a Ford 4000 a good tractor?
- 11 How many horsepower is a Ford 2000 tractor?
- 12 How many horsepower is a Ford 3600 tractor?
- 13 Does Ford still make tractors?
- 14 What’s an 8N Ford tractor worth?
- 15 What is the difference between a Ford 8N and 9N tractor?
What year is my 3000 tractor?
For tractors manufactured between 1965 and 1974, the digit corresponds with the last number in the year. So a tractor that is manufactured in 1965 would have a production code that begins with the number 5. A tractor manufactured in 1971 would have a 1 at the start of its production code (shown above on my Ford 3000 ).
Are Ford 3000 tractors any good?
A 3000 is one of the best small tractors ever built by any brand or color of that era. They are absolutely bulletproof. Good parts availability – both new and used, not hard to work on. They are nimble – especially with power steering, have an excellent power to weight ratio and shucky- darn, are just fun to drive.
How many HP is a Ford 3000 tractor?
Ford 3000 features a water-cooled motor and 3-cylinder OHV. The engine of this tractor is capable of producing 37 horsepower. You can get this tractor with built-in 158 cubic inches gas and 175 cubic inches diesel engine.
How can I tell how old my Ford tractor is?
The best way to identify a tractor is by the serial number. Serial numbers on the 9N-2N and 8N tractors are located on the left side of the engine block, just below the head and behind the oil filter. The hundred series and “01” series tractor serial number location is on the flat area above and behind the starter.
How much does a 3000 Ford tractor weight?
Ford 3000 – dimensions
|Ford 3000 Tires: Ag front: 5.50-16 6.00-16 Ag rear: 12.4-28 13.6-28 14.9-24 16.4-24|
|Weight (ballasted):||6,940 lbs [ 3147 kg ]|
|Wheelbase:||75.8 inches [192 cm]|
|Length:||127 inches [322 cm]|
|Width:||64 inches [162 cm]|
How do you tell what year a tractor is?
The 8th digit of the tractor identification number corresponds to the tractor’s model year. To determine the model year, locate the 8th digit of your identification number and compare it to the appropriate table below. The 8th digit of the number is 1.
Are Ford tractors any good?
In my experience they were good, reliable tractors as long as you didn’t use the dual power too much. In my opinion the dual power was about like the TA on the IH tractors. It was good when it worked but expensive to fix when it didn’t.
What horsepower is a Ford 4000 tractor?
|Ford 4000 Power|
|Engine:||55 hp 41.0 kW|
|Drawbar (claimed):||41 hp 30.6 kW|
|PTO (claimed):||46 hp 34.3 kW|
How many horsepower is a Ford 1520 tractor?
It has a 3 cylinder Shibaura Diesel Engine that produces 23 horsepower and has optional two wheel drive and four wheel drive models that weigh 2200 pounds. View Ford 1520 specs below. The Ford 1520 tractor has a category 1 three point hitch and has a pto rated with 18.5 hp.
Is a Ford 4000 a good tractor?
A ford 4000 is an excellent fit for you, but all the troubles this tractor has are disturbing. I get the impression that he hasn’t taken good care of this tractor or perhaps it has been sitting for a while, maybe he’s fixing it up for sale.
How many horsepower is a Ford 2000 tractor?
|Ford 2000 Power|
|Engine:||36 hp 26.8 kW|
|Drawbar (claimed):||28 hp 20.9 kW|
|PTO (claimed):||31 hp 23.1 kW|
|Drawbar (tested):||28.10 hp 21.0 kW|
How many horsepower is a Ford 3600 tractor?
Ford 3600 Engine
|No. Of Cylinder||3|
|HP Category||48 HP|
Does Ford still make tractors?
Ford, which began making farm tractors in 1916, no longer produces any in this country, depending on output from factories in Canada, Belgium and England.
What’s an 8N Ford tractor worth?
You might find a good “clean” 8N with a fresh paint for $1800 or a fully redone one for 5k.
What is the difference between a Ford 8N and 9N tractor?
The most noticeable differences between the 8N and its predecessors was the inclusion of a 4-speed transmission instead of a 3-speed in the 9N and 2N, and an increase in both PTO and drawbar horsepower. The other big change on the 8N was the addition of a ‘Position-control’ setting for the hydraulics.