Sorry but I can't help much with the 3 cyl stuff. All my ford stuff is 4 cyl pre '65. Soundguy has the 3 cyl tractors and may be of more help.
You hit the bullseye with this one, Jamie !! I didn't even think of waltstractors. I have spotted everything we need to make it work correctly. The only problem being the fact the 700 series loader was not meant to go on a 4000 and now with it mounted with home made brackets, the pump sits pretty far in front of the crank pully.jamiep said:Walts Tractor has some front mount pump parts but not sure what is needed on a 65+
It used to mount to the loader frame, but he cut a new plate out of 3/8 steel and mounted it directly to the front of the tractor, behind the loader frame. Not enough room inside the front shroud to mount the pump and have adequate room for the hydraulic lines. He's got it looking real good right now.soundguy said:is the distance merely an issue due to the bolster spacing, or is the pump on a frame piece to the laoder and being held out to far. if so, relocate the pump as close to the bolster as possible.