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Ford 2000 frame type
|Steve Wells||Just purchased a 1973 Ford 2000. Am looking at purchasing a front end loader. On the Westendorf web site it asks what frame type, either 2 or 3. I believe it is a 3 but wondering if there is a web site besides Westendorf that better describes the difference or if there is somewhere on the tractor that tells that info. Thanks for any response!
|Sean in PA||Post the numbers on the flat spot just to the rear of the starter. They might also be on a foil sticker on the under side of the hood. There were more than 2 different frame (chassis) types, but the numbers will tell us what it is.
I just looked at the Westendorfer web site, and those frame type designations are something that Westendorf made up. The pictures that go with them are helpful, but the frame types, 2 or 3, don't really correlate to the different chassis types that were available on these Ford tractors.
Post your numbers and someone here should be able to determine based on the pictures on the Westendorf web site what type you should be ordering form them.
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