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It was rated at 35 horsepower at the PTO. Optional transmissions were a 4-speed, 6-speed (3-speed with high and low), 8-speed (4-speed with high and low) and a 10-speed `Select O Speed` power shift transmission. Some of the available options were differential lock, power steering, Live PTO and hydraulic remote valves.
Adjust the pressure by turning the valve stem with allen wrench in the hole through the spool. Screw stem up into block for more pressure and thread it down or out of block for less pressure.
To adjust the clutch, use a 13mm wrench to loosen the nut which “locks” the adjusting tube that is threaded into your clutch lever bracket on the left handlebar. After you turn the nut counterclockwise a number of revolutions, you can then turn the tube clockwise, either with your fingers or an 11mm wrench.
Hold a ruler parallel to the clutch cable and measure the travel of the operating lever. Measure the distance between the clutch operating lever and a point of reference such as the edge of the clutch housing . To adjust, loosen the locknut and screw the adjuster nut as appropriate.
If the PTO is not “live” it will stop receiving power every time the clutch pedal is depressed. Because the PTO is always directly connected to the transmission you will need an over run clutch if you use a high momentum implement like a mower. An Independent PTO is controlled by an electric switch.
Features of Ford 3000 Tractor

The engine offers 45 HP power and an engine-rated RPM of 2000.

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Do you have step by step instructions for replacing the water pump on a Ford 2000 tractor?
ANSWER : I would like to know how to chane a water pump in my ford 2000 tractor, what would be the best way to do this?

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What is the point setting for 1953 ford naa tractor?
ANSWER : I don’t know .. I would set at .035, however.

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What are the specks for Ford S. N.: C71892? – RTO Ford Tractor 2000 3000 4000 5000 Water Pump Sngl Pulley
ANSWER : What specification are you looking for? I kind of need the production code which should be a 5 digit number right above the S/N. You should have a Ford 3000 built between 1968-1975. I hope that helps some.

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When you replace the pto clutch (717-04080), does it have a tight fit with a bracket or does it have a little play.
ANSWER : There shouldn’t be any play in it. This should fit snug unless you have rubber bushings on the bracket mount to help compensate the torque of the belt engaging.

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Looking for a wiring diagram for a ford 9n tractor, Messed up wiring on old tractor when trying to tune it up. Now may have the wiring messed up at the fuse link on the back of the dash
ANSWER : Try this website if you do not get help here:mytractorforum.comYou will have to register to ask questions, but there is a good chance that you will be able to find what you need already posted there. Good Luck.

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No spark at points – Ford 8n,9n,2n, Tractor Starter With Drive
ANSWER : Sounds to me, if no spark to points I would suspect the coil.

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When I engage the PTO, the blades don’t egage.
ANSWER : The first thing we need to to do is verify that there is adequate /(power 12 vdc) going to the electric clutch, you can do this by unplugging the clutch and check both wires 1 should have 12 volts and the other wire shoud read infinity to ground if this checks out replace the clutch, if you dont have 12vdc to the wire replace the relay

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Ford 600 trctor can I use a 8 volt battery? – Ford Naa 600 800 Tractor Tachometer Proofmeter
ANSWER : No. This is too much voltage. It will burn the starter, lights, ignition, etc. up.

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