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Ford New Holland 8210 or 515L
|Elaine L||We bought a tractor last fall that was apparently a Ford NH 8210 and now the repair shop is telling us it is a 515L and that they can find no info on it.
The data plate says Ford New Holland Limited, Made in England, Tractor Number BB47970, Model FS515L, Unit 8A27B, Engine 10125 8A20. The Block has FS515L and 8A27 stamped on it.
Can you tell me what it is?
|john||Hi Your tractor will be a Ford 8210. It was made at Basildon in England on 27th January 1988 on B shift.IT will have a Ford 6 Cyl BSD666 engine fitted. This engine was also fitted to models 7810,7910,& TW tractors,
Transmission is the same as 7710 and 7910 appart from the diff which is slightly heavier.
Hydraulics are same as models 5610,6410,6610,6810,7610,6710,7710,7810,7910.