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In Reply to: Tractor ID help posted by Alan Callison on Tuesday, January 30, 2018:
Hi Allen, welcome to the world of old tractors. First of all, Ford tractors from that era don't have a frame at all. The oil pan is cast iron and supports the front axle. I can see from your photo, that the upper radiator hose appears to be connected to an outlet lower on the block. Where the Fords upper hose goes to an outlet neck above the water pump.
You might want to post this two forums up in "Farm Tractors". Someone might be able to recognize what you have there. Good Luck.
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