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We got this a while back from my paw paw. He passed away back in the summer. So now dad and I have it on our hobby farm. We bale around 500 squares of hay per year. And have 4 cattle to take care of. Some of the hay is sold to who ever wants it. The difference on this compared to our other 4000. Is this one is painted up nicely, pipe beside the hood, and not a Sherman trans.






Video: It has a nice throaty sound!
 

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petra79 said:
Thats the next tractor I'd love to get. Got the 861 right now and love it.
Sure looks in real good shape. Thanks for the pics.
Thanks, I would love to put a different seat on it. It feels like it will throw you out on the gear shifter. Other than that, we have an issue keeping the charging system going. We fixed it once, and not its out again. With haying over I hope to fix the 2 issues this winter.
 
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I have the Rest O Ride seat on the 861 and love it. Start the thread for the charging system and I'm sure you'll get some sound advice and troubleshooting to follow.
Best of luck with it.
 

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very nice looking 4000.

ont he charge system.. full field the genny while running and see if charge comes up.

if no.. then bypass cutout and check again.

if bypassing the cutout and/or full fielding it makes it charge.. time for a regulator.

if neither do, slip belt off and jump bat to arm and field. if genny does not spin, time for a rebuild.

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That is a nice looking FORD! Thanks for posting the haying photos! The tractor is in great condition!
Regards,
Chris
 

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soundguy said:
very nice looking 4000.

ont he charge system.. full field the genny while running and see if charge comes up.

if no.. then bypass cutout and check again.

if bypassing the cutout and/or full fielding it makes it charge.. time for a regulator.

if neither do, slip belt off and jump bat to arm and field. if genny does not spin, time for a rebuild.

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Thanks, I will look it over soon. I been busy the last couple of weekends. And I will report back as I work on it.
 
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