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    Ford 1300 tractor photo
    1979 - 1982   Hundred Compact Series
    Compact Utility tractor
    Next model:Ford 1310
    Larger:Ford 1500
    Smaller:Ford 1200
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    The Ford 1300 was capable of 48 or 59-inch rear finish mowers, or a 48-inch rotary cutter. A 60-inch rear blade or 48-inch box scraper were matched for dirt work. The Ford model 105 rear tiller was available in 42 and 48-inch widths. Ford listed a one-bottom plow as appropriate for the 1300.
     

    60" Mower deck:

    Type:mid-mount Ford 915
    Cutting width:60 inches [152 cm]
     

    60" Snow blower:

    Type:front-mount Ford 715
    Clearing width:60 inches [152 cm]
     

    Loader:

    Loader type:Ford 770
    Weight:580 lbs [263 kg]
    Height (to pin):87 inches [220 cm]
    Dump clearance:70 inches [177 cm]
    Dump reach:30 inches [76 cm]
    Dump angle:40
    Reach at ground:61 inches [154 cm]
    Rollback angle:10
    Breakout force (lift):1,600 lbs [725 kg]
    Lift to full height (at pin):700 lbs [317 kg]
    Bucket width:48 inches [121 cm]
     60 inches [152 cm]
    Raise time to height:5.2 s
    Bucket dump time:3.1 s
    Lowering time:2.7 s
     

    Backhoe:

    Backhoe type:Ford 757
    Bucket width:8 inches [20 cm]
     13 inches [33 cm]
     16 inches [40 cm]
    Digging depth:76 inches [193 cm]
    2-Foot flat digging depth:72 inches [182 cm]
    Reach from pivot:106 inches [269 cm]
    Loading height:75 inches [190 cm]
    Bucket force:3,000 lbs [1360 kg]
    Dipperstick force:1,560 lbs [707 kg]
     

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