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  1. Ford / New Holland
    I am looking to replace a swing cylinder from the Ford backhoe 755 which is attached to my Ford Tractor 4500, circa. 70s. So far, I have found these numbers which might help FD-309950 & D5NN-B579D. The shaft is 1 3/4 inches and the bore is probably 3 1/2 - 4 inches. Any help would be...
  2. Classifieds
    Need a replacement HYD tube for a FOrd 4[500 Tractor. Thank you.
  3. Repair & Technical Discussion
    Hello! My controls for my 1966 Ford 4500 loader are screeching .... the sound is coming from the control box, guessing a releif valve issue? Can anyone tell me where it is in the box, how to adjust, and proper adjustment for these units?
  4. Repair & Technical Discussion
    Looking for info on my Ford 4500 power reversing tractor ... I drained the hydraulic system from the info I found, i.e. front reservoir, both loader arms, the connection leading from the hand controls, and the gear case. I drained the gear case with the bottom drain plug, but how do I drain...
  5. Repair & Technical Discussion
    Hello! My Ford 4500 was only going into 1st and 3rd, I pulled the cover plate to try and diagnose, then found out I need to replace the fluid also! Either way, I tried putting the cover back on with the shift lever ... now I can’t get into any gear ... any idea if I’m missing any parts or ay...
  6. Ford / New Holland
    Hey Everyone! New to tractors, just picked up a Ford 4500 Indistrial to clear some land we bought to build a new home, the hoe was removed unfortunately but the loader has an incredible amount of power. It is the power reverse trans. First off I seem to only be able to get it in 1st or 3rd...
  7. Ford / New Holland
    I want to install a block heater in my '74 Ford Backhoe, I have the starter and injector pump removed. I am not sure how to get the plug removed, it measures 1 1/2". If someone has advice on how to remove the plug it would be appreciated. In the picture it is the plug on the left behind the starter.
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