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    Ford 6000

    Ford 6000 tractor photo
    1961 - 1964
    Row-Crop tractor
    Next model:Ford Commander 6000
    Series back:Ford 5000 Diesel

    The Ford 6000 featured an economy PTO option which provided full 540 or 1000 rpms at a lower engine speed (1,730 rpm). The 6000 was recalled by Ford due to a number of problems. The 6000 was originally red, but the rebuilt tractors were blue starting in 1963.


    Factory:Highland Park, Michigan, USA
    Original price (USD)
       $4,900 (1967 )

    Ford 6000 Engines:

       Ford 4.0L 6-cyl diesel
       Ford 3.7L 6-cyl gasoline
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    Fuel:26 gal [98.4 L]
    Hydraulic system:3.5 gal [13.2 L]
    Rear axle:3 qts [2.8 L]

    3-Point Hitch:

    Rear Type:II

    Power Take-off (PTO):

    Rear PTO:independent
    Rear RPM:540/1000

    Dimensions & Tires:

    Wheelbase:95 inches [241 cm]
    Weight:6500 to 9545 pounds
    Front tire:6.00x16
    Rear tire:13.6x38
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    6000 Serial Numbers:

    1962: 1001
    1963: 11948
    1964: 38931

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    Ford 6000 Power:

    Drawbar (tested):59.3 hp [44.2 kW]
    PTO (tested):66.9 hp [49.9 kW]
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    Chassis:4x2 2WD
    Steering:power assist
    Brakes:differential hydraulic wet disc
    Cab:Open operator station.


    Type:closed center*The Ford 6000 "Power-Stor" hydraulics used a high-pressure accumulator and hydraulic function is still live even with the tractor off.
    Capacity:3.5 gal [13.2 L]
    Pressure:1900 psi [131.0 bar]
    Pump flow:4.5 gpm [17.0 lpm]



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