Ford 941


Ford 941 tractor photo
1958 - 1962
901 Powermaster Series
Row-Crop tractor
Production
Manufacturer:Ford
Type:Row-Crop tractor
Factory:Highland Park, Michigan, USA
The Ford 941 Powermaster was the only model in the row-crop 901 series to have the four-speed transmission.
Variants
841:utility chassis
941:four-speed
951:five-speed
961:five-speed, live PTO
971:Select-O-Speed
981:Select-O-Speed, dual-speed PTO
Ford 941 Power
Engine:62.6 hp
46.7 kW
Belt (claimed):40 hp
29.8 kW
Plows:3 (14-inch)
Ford 941 Engines
Ford 2.8L 4-cyl gasoline
Ford 2.8L 4-cyl LP gas
Ford 2.8L 4-cyl diesel
Engine details ...
Mechanical
Chassis:4x2 2WD
Steering:power assist
Brakes:differential mechanical expanding shoe
Cab:Open operator station.
Transmission:4-speed unsynchronized gear
Transmission details ...
Photos
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Capacity
Fuel:17 gal
64.3 L
Hydraulic system:2 gal
7.6 L
Hydraulics
Type:open center
Capacity:2 gal
7.6 L
Pressure:2000 psi
137.9 bar
Total flow:4 gpm
15.1 lpm
Tractor hitch
Rear Type:I
Rear lift:1,250 lbs
567 kg
Power Take-off (PTO)
Rear PTO:transmission
Rear RPM:540
Dimensions & Tires
Weight:3,300 lbs
1496 kg
Front tire:5.50-16
Rear tire:12-28
Full dimensions and tires ...
941 Serial Numbers
Location:Left side of tractor, on top of transmission case behind the starter.
photo of 941 serial number

1957:1001
1958:11977
1959:58312
1960:105943
1961:131427
1962:155531

how to read serial numbers...

Electrical
Ground:positive (6V)
 negative (12V)
Charging system:generator
Charging amps:20
Battery volts:6 (gas/lp)
 12 (diesel)
Battery AH:80 (6V)
 135 (12V)
Page information
Last update:June 22, 2015
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