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Ford 4000

Ford 4000 tractor photo
1962 - 1975
Model years
Utility tractor
Previous model:Ford 4000

The three-cylinder Ford 4000 series tractors, which debuted in 1965, were entirely different from the old 801-based 4000 tractor.


Factory:Highland Park, Michigan, USA

Ford 4000 Engines:

   Ford 3.1L 3-cyl gasoline
   Ford 3.3L 3-cyl diesel
   Ford 3.1L 3-cyl LP gas
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Fuel:16 gal [60.6 L]
Hydraulic system:8.4 gal [31.8 L] (transmission PTO)
 8.1 gal [30.7 L] (independent PTO)

3-Point Hitch:

Rear Type:2/1
Rear lift:3200 lbs [1451 kg]

Power Take-off (PTO):

Rear PTO:transmission
Rear RPM:540
Engine RPM:540@1800

Dimensions & Tires:

Wheelbase:84.5 inches [214 cm]
Weight:4885 to 8215 pounds
Front tire:6.00-16
Rear tire:12.4-38
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4000 Serial Numbers:

Location:Right side, behind starter on clutch housing.
photo of 4000 serial number

1965: C100000
1966: C124200
1967: C161300
1968: C190200
1969: C226000
1970: C257600
1971: C292100
1972: C327200
1973: C367300
1974: C405200
1975: C450700

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Ford 4000 Power:

PTO (claimed):45 hp [33.6 kW]
Drawbar (tested):41.09 hp [30.6 kW]
PTO (tested):46.71 hp [34.8 kW]
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Chassis:4x2 2WD
Steering:hydraulic power
Brakes:mechanical wet disc
Cab:Open operator station.


Type:open center
Capacity:8.4 gal [31.8 L] (transmission PTO)
 8.1 gal [30.7 L] (independent PTO)
Pressure:2500 psi [172.4 bar]
Pump flow:5 gpm [18.9 lpm]
 5.5 gpm [20.8 lpm]
Steering flow:4.5 gpm [17.0 lpm]
Steering press.:800 psi [55.2 bar]


Charging system:generator
Charging amps:22


Amp-hours:80 (gas)
 128 (diesel)

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