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owain 106582 160 7810 broken down either
7810 broken down
Taken during the winter when the Ford 7810 and keenan
klassik 140 feeder wagon had broken. It stopped on a steep
hill on its way up to the farm and had to be towed back by
the CAT th62.
Re: 7810 broken down
"Hmmmmm i wonder"

The diagnosis, air being sucked into the fuel lines. Never
found out were but going like a watch again now.

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Do you see a lot of dese two wheel drive ford 7810's in your
I am from Holland and have one like that too, but I don't no
one of that kind of tractor here, exept my 7810
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Hello John,

No you dont see many of the 2 wheel drives about. I know of
one other in my area. I have seen the occasional one
advertised and in farm sales etc. There are plenty of 4
wheel drives about though.

What do you use yours for ? This one is used mostly on the
feeder wagon and is ideal for the job.

Re: 7810 broken down
Hallo owain,

I use my tractor for some little jobs on my dad's farm.
And also some work on the neighbours farm.
I actually bought the tractor for tractorpulling, because of
the 2 wd. It is an Denish import. It has now about 5500
hours on it.

I wich part of the country of Great Britain do you live?
And how many hours does your 7810 have?

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I'm from a town called Denbigh in north Wales. The
tractor isnt mine, it belongs to my uncle. I was working on
his farm when i took the picture. I think it has between
6000 and 7000 hours but i'm not quite sure. It still sounds
very healthy anyway.

Is you 7810 modified at all in order to be a pulling tractor
? Or can you use it in standard form ?

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I am going to leave the tractor in the standard form,
because i still want too yuse it for farm work. This winter
i wan't to buy some large Michelin 650/65/R38 xm 108 tyres
for it, and maybe in the future a turbocharger.
But now i give it more fuel with the screw on the fuel pump.
This year was my first year of pulling with that tractor,
and the tractor pulled very hard. It's a very strong engine.
I also don't have the factory exhaust on it. It is just a
long chrom pipe. My dad's says he can here me shiffting
gears, when i am 1 till 2 kilometres from the farm. The
engine sounds fantastic.

Is your uncle's 7810 still standard?

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Yes my uncle's 7810 is standard. My neighbour had a 7810
which he fitted with a turbo. It was 4wd and gave out 135 hp
you could hear him coming from miles away too. I can imagine
your tractor sound impressive with a streight through
exhaust. Good luck with your pulling and i hope you get a

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