They are as follows: B1022A : B = 2000 10 = Ag all purpose 2 = Gas 2 = 540 trans A = 4 speed 9K20B : 9 = 1969 K = October 20 = day of month B = day shift C253196 : C = made in USA 253196 = SN You made need the middle part to tell the year (9K20B) 14 Greg S says: May 16th, 2008 at am Anyone, Will a loader off of a 5000 fit a ‘69 2000?
Thanx 15 ben says: May 25th, 2008 at pm hi, if the number on my 400 is, d1014b of1b b887207 what is the serial number 16 The Vintage Tractor Engineer says: June 4th, 2008 at pm Hi Ben, The serial number is the final part (b887202). 17 Dave says: June 19th, 2008 at pm I have a Air Force Tow Tractor with the military production date of June 1975 that is a model 2000 I believe.
I have the same problem as Dirk (post #21 here above), the numbers on my Ford 2000 are (as far as I can read them properly) : 5C09B C115 A102 871 The only code in there which may correspond is the first one that may be the Production Code ? 27 Nick From France says: October 23rd, 2008 at pm Hello again !
Finding a date with Mingle2 has never been simpler.1968 tractors start at serial number C190200 1969 tractors start at serial number C226000 VTE 10 Rick Fletcher says: April 15th, 2008 at am Can you tell me what LCG stands for?I’m working on a 1969 4000, LCG, gas, live 540 pto, 8 speed and can’t figure out what it is.Perhaps they meant to stop in 1974 but forgot to turn the tap off!Regards Bob 6 mr ballantyne says: April 4th, 2008 at am help can any one tell me where chassis no is on ford 4000 it has a cab thanks. 7 Katie Harrison says: April 10th, 2008 at pm I have a Ford Tractor with motor problems the serial number is C5NN605 with D5k14 under that. Can you tell me year and model of this tractor so I can order parts and a Manual. 8 David Nix says: April 11th, 2008 at pm My stepson and I just purchased a used Ford 5000 and from the model number I believe it was produced in 1969 (E1014C, 9L03B, C254448).