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thought i would show you this. its the bits from the jd4020 afwd . i'm not in a hurry to do it but it might give you guys a look on how it will look. bits used are

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axle,rear mud guards,seat rear wheels(ford ones are to small)

if anyone wants the bits to do it give us a pm.

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do you recon the ford ones could be made to fit then?? with a little work, they are a fair size after all, so should cope with the wheels diameter i would think

The old round mudguards from the early Ford 5000 can be fitted.

I have one starting on ebay tonight at 9.00 pm. :)

I also have a pile of JD 4020 bits left over but I am working on another tractor to use some of them up. :)

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The old round mudguards from the early Ford 5000 can be fitted.

I have one starting on ebay tonight at 9.00 pm. :)

I also have a pile of JD 4020 bits left over but I am working on another tractor to use some of them up. :)

Come on Steve what do you know about building Ford convos anyway  ;):D :D
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wasn't the 4020 axle a 4wd assist ? if so then it'd be wrong for a proper 4wd 5000 wouldn't it ? looks good none the less :)

keep up at the back  :) it could be a Shire or a Carron (sp?) which were hydro conversions of the 5000 skid unit :)

I'm tempted to put the TN75A axle on one, but the diff needs to be offset (ok, not the hardest thing to model) and the tire pattern is far too modern

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