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Ford 2000 4wd

Postby levko » Wed Nov 21, 2012 10:17 pm

Dear,Friends
I have Ford 2000 tractor 4wd 1968 year (unit: 8A19B; Tractor number: B084840 ) and i have a
problem with front differential. Actually front differential is missing ( i bought without front differential) so searching by internet i found this site and i want to ask does somebody have a front differential parts for Ford
2000 4 wd, and what price will be? And does somebody have a catalogue or pictures of parts from this conversion...Maybe if I cannot find a original parts I will find a firm wich will make that parts....So I will ask if does somebody have a pictures or sheme with dimensions for all gears in front differential in Ford 2000 4wd to send me...I mean its working about Selene conversion...Front axle have a number 801421
Thank you for your time
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Re: Ford 2000 4wd

Postby levko » Fri Nov 23, 2012 10:01 am

No one has such problem like me ??? I try to upload some pictures but I dont how it wors....
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Re: Ford 2000 4wd

Postby henk » Fri Nov 23, 2012 10:24 am

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Can't do it either. Are your pic loaded behind a password? I don't think there public.
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Re: Ford 2000 4wd

Postby Aussie Frank » Fri Nov 23, 2012 2:12 pm

Hi Levko,

Sorry I can't help with the diff centre, but I am sure it will be a common type if you can only find out what vehicle it came out of. If it was a roadless I might be able to tell you. However just to help with others being able to identify the diff I will try the pictures for you.

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If you do a "Quote" on my post you will see the code that you need to get the pictures to display, I hope. I just did a right click on the mouse over the picture after I navigated to your photo web site, selected properties and copied the picture link between the "img" tags after pressing the [Img] button above the edit window. I hope this helps.

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Re: Ford 2000 4wd

Postby Kiwi Kev » Fri Nov 23, 2012 9:56 pm

levko wrote:Dear,Friends
I have Ford 2000 tractor 4wd 1968 year (unit: 8A19B; Tractor number: B084840 ) and i have a
problem with front differential. Actually front differential is missing ( i bought without front differential) so searching by internet i found this site and i want to ask does somebody have a front differential parts for Ford
2000 4 wd, and what price will be? And does somebody have a catalogue or pictures of parts from this conversion...Maybe if I cannot find a original parts I will find a firm wich will make that parts....So I will ask if does somebody have a pictures or sheme with dimensions for all gears in front differential in Ford 2000 4wd to send me...I mean its working about Selene conversion...Front axle have a number 801421
Thank you for your time
Best regards
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Re: Ford 2000 4wd

Postby BearCreek Majors » Sat Nov 24, 2012 12:39 am

Hi Levco, IF it's a GMC, its a compleatly different housing than Roadless/Selene used on the Majors, but it does look quit simmalar to the units used on the Dextas. Yesterdays Tractors had a posting in the Fordson colom recently that may be of some help.

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Re: Ford 2000 4wd

Postby levko » Sat Nov 24, 2012 9:08 pm

Where is that post BearCreek... I can find it....I agree it is a simmilar unit used to Dextas...I actualy asking for this manual if somebody have it to send me....http://www.xtremeshack.com/photos/9d9503f5.jpg i find only this picture from that manual...I would like to have it all of them...
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Re: Ford 2000 4wd

Postby dexta roadless » Sat Nov 24, 2012 9:10 pm

hello
The differential housing looks to me that it is very similar to those on the dextas. that was made by Selene. But it is not quite the same, but I would ask John Bownes in http://www.roadless.co.uk/ for help.
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Re: Ford 2000 4wd

Postby levko » Sun Nov 25, 2012 2:34 am

dear dexta roadless...I mean that all I need is http://www.xtremeshack.com/photos/9d9503f5.jpg....if somebody havethis let send me...it is just like my Ford 2000 4wd and i will please if somabody have that brochure to send me....thank You
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Re: Ford 2000 4wd

Postby levko » Mon Nov 26, 2012 5:51 pm

Nobody have this manual ???? http://www.xtremeshack.com/photos/9d9503f5.jpg or nobody have selene conversion manual ??? :(
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Re: Ford 2000 4wd

Postby dexta roadless » Mon Nov 26, 2012 10:21 pm

I have a selene converson manual for the Dexta, and I guess the partnbrs are the same. but you never know.
remember this is a very rare tractor
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Re: Ford 2000 4wd

Postby levko » Tue Nov 27, 2012 7:58 pm

Oh I m looking for that all of time dexta roadless...would you like to send me taht manual...Please...
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Re: Ford 2000 4wd

Postby Aussie Frank » Wed Nov 28, 2012 4:17 am

Hi Levko,

I have been looking at your axle for a while now and I don't think it is a selene axle at all. I think you may have a Schindler axle because the steering knuckles are open. The selene axles were based on the early GMC axles and they all had closed steering knuckles. If you search for Schindler you may have more luck.

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Re: Ford 2000 4wd

Postby levko » Wed Nov 28, 2012 8:41 am

However....Thaks of all of you who give me a suggestion for my problem...I only ask for a manual or sheme for conversion kit or way for Selene for Fordson Dexta....so once again if somebody have that manual please send me....dexta roadless sais that he have it and I asked him to send me but...still not send me....Thanks....
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Re: Ford 2000 4wd

Postby dexta roadless » Wed Nov 28, 2012 12:44 pm

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The conversion to Majors were a complete front axle from a GMC. To the Dexta however the knuckles/hubs are from the sane but the middle with the diff. is from Selene. They are welded together just inside the knuckles. The reason Iknow this is that the diff is in millimeter not in inches, and i doubt that the GM used mm back in the 40s. Another thing is that my pinion was stamped "dubosc". I don't know what it means but one explanation is that it was a factory in hungary or bulgary. I guess we will never know, unless someone here can enligte it.
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Re: Ford 2000 4wd

Postby levko » Wed Nov 28, 2012 9:29 pm

I want to Thank on my friend dexta roadless for his selflessness....Thank You my friend....
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Re: Ford 2000 4wd

Postby WayneB » Fri Nov 08, 2013 2:43 pm

Let me ask a few basic questions:
1. Is the hardware metric or SAE?
The GMC axles were SAE and Schindler is metric. Maybe some of the other guys can post on Selene.
I have the Schindler, and parts are available, but here in the US part guys try to apply SAE and no matches; go metric and bearings, seals and u-joints can be found aplenty.

2. What is the diameter of the axle shafts and what is the spline count?

I have other relavant question, but it's important to determine metric or SAE first.

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Re: Ford 2000 4wd

Postby WayneB » Fri Nov 08, 2013 2:55 pm

If it is Selene:
The 4wd system fitted to the Roadless 65 was fitted and part manufactured by Roadless Traction limited, Hounslow, Middlesex, England.A plate affixed to the axle states that the system was produced under licence and sites Italian patent Nrs 21228/526912-21956/510154/26287/ also British pat pending Nrs 36067/54-28060/56-28386/56.
The licence to produce the system was taken from the Italian company Selene, known for other 4WD Tractor units.
The origins of the Axle and Diff was GM
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Re: Ford 2000 4wd

Postby Brian » Sat Nov 09, 2013 9:53 am

That one is a Selene Axle and has no GM heritage as far as I know. The axles from GM were fitted to the Major and Roadless 65 and were a different design.

The best way is to e-mail Roadless Tractor Spares, http://www.roadless.co.uk/ with the numbers on the axle.

The Dexta/Super Dexta/2000/3000 range are fairly rare tractors so parts may be a problem.
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Re: Ford 2000 4wd

Postby levko » Fri May 20, 2016 7:50 am

The diameter of the axle is 41mm and 16 is spline count....i dont understand what is metric or SAE ???....so Wayne if you have a schindler part lis would you like to send me.....Thanks

WayneB wrote:Let me ask a few basic questions:
1. Is the hardware metric or SAE?
The GMC axles were SAE and Schindler is metric. Maybe some of the other guys can post on Selene.
I have the Schindler, and parts are available, but here in the US part guys try to apply SAE and no matches; go metric and bearings, seals and u-joints can be found aplenty.

2. What is the diameter of the axle shafts and what is the spline count?

I have other relavant question, but it's important to determine metric or SAE first.

Wayne
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