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Ford 640

Ford 640 tractor photo
1954 - 1957   600 Series
Utility tractor
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Production:

Manufacturer:Ford
Factory:Highland Park, Michigan, USA
Original price (USD):$2,056 (640)
 

Variants:

740:row-crop
620:no PTO, hydraulics, or 3-point hitch
630:no PTO
640:four-speed
650:five-speed
660:five-speed, live PTO
 

Ford 640 Engines:

   Ford 2.2L 4-cyl gasoline
   Ford 2.2L 4-cyl LP gas
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Capacity:

Fuel:11 gal [41.6 L]
Hydraulic system:2.25 gal [8.5 L]
 

3-Point Hitch:

Rear Type:I
Rear lift:1,250 lbs [567 kg]
 

Power Take-off (PTO):

Rear PTO:transmission (non-live)
Rear RPM:540
 

Dimensions & Tires:

Wheelbase:75.2 inches [191 cm]
Weight:3031 to 3641 pounds
Front tire:5.50-16
Rear tire:11-28
full dimensions and tires ...
 

640 Serial Numbers:

Location:On the left-hand side of the transmission housing behind the starter.
photo of 640 serial number

1954: 1
1955: 10615
1956: 77271
1957: 116368

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Ford 640 Power:

Belt (claimed):30 hp [22.4 kW]
Plows:2 (14-inch)
Drawbar (tested):28.59 hp [21.3 kW]
Belt (tested):31.01 hp [23.1 kW]
power test details ...
 

Mechanical:

Chassis:4x2 2WD
Steering:manual
 power assist optional
Brakes:differential mechanical expanding shoe
Cab:Open operator station.
 

Hydraulics:

Capacity:2.25 gal [8.5 L]
Steering flow:6.5 gpm [24.6 lpm]
Steering press.:100 psi [6.9 bar]
 

Belt Pulley:

Diameter:9 inches [22 cm]
Width:6.5 inches [16 cm]
RPM:1,366
Speed:3,218 ft/min [980.85 meters/min]
 

Electrical:

Ground:positive
Charging system:generator
Charging amps:20
 

Battery:

Number:1
Volts:6
 

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