The Ford 4000 diesel tractor, produced between 1062 and 1965, was made for farming and other agricultural pursuits. This tractor weighed 1542 Kilogram and had an 84.5 inch standard wheelbase.
According to TractorData.com, the 4000's diesel engine was able to produce 55 horsepower. Its drawbar came in at 41 horsepower. It had a power take-off (PTO) of 46 horsepower.
The 4000's engine was a four-cylinder with a bore of 3.90 inches and a stroke of 3.60 inches. This vertical L-head engine could reach 2000 revolutions per minute (RPMs).
The standard Ford 4000 tractor had a 5-speed transmission and could hold 6.5 quarts of oil. Models exist that have 15 gears and can hold 8 quarts of oil.
The Ford 4000 diesel tractor was manufactured in Highland Park, Michigan. It can hold 16 gallons of fuel and has a rear-lift of 3,200 pounds. Its serial number can be found on the upper right of the transmission.
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