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Edwin 161224 51 Ford 7910 III - 1991 either
Ford 7910 III - 1991
For the French market.
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Re: Ford 7910 III - 1991
Ford 7910 III 1987.



Edwin.
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Re: Ford 7910 III - 1991
Ford 7910 III 1986.




Edwin.
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Re: Ford 7910 III - 1991
The last one is not a generation III model, its a Force II
JH.
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is deze niet hetzelfde als een 8210?
Er lijkt alsof er ook een zescilinder inzit en geen turbo
erop. Wat is het verschil?
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lichtere remmen dus gewoon de achterbrug van de 7710 met 6
cilinder in
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there is never made a 7910 gen 3 they have replaced in 1987
the 7910 with a 7810
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Except for the French market Wouter. The French farmers
always wanted a "heavy" 100 hp tractor, remember the Ford
8100 which was also built for France. The 7810, which is a
compact 100hp, was more popular in England and the rest of
Europe.
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Hi Bart!

Was this 7910 G-III model similar to the 8210 G-III, I mean
electronic liftcontrol, two assisent rams and stronger
backaxle.

JH
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Re: Ford 7910 III - 1991
The french farmers knew that the turbo charged 4 cylinder
ford tractors gave trouble, so they asked for a 6 cylinder
7710, which was the 7910.
If Ford admitted that the 4 cylinder turbo charged engines
caused so many troubles in a earlier stage, they wouldn't
have lost so many customer in holland and other european
countries....:-\
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@JH I don't know about the rear axle or assister rams but
the tractor on the picture doesn't have the rear linkage
controls on the fenders. I doubt if this tractor has an
electronic hitch.

On the other hand, there must be a difference between the
7910 and 7810. They both have a 6 cil 100hp. It must be more
than just a bigger hood...
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Re: Ford 7910 III - 1991
THE 7910 WAS PHASED OUT BY THE 7810 BY THE GENERATION
3()MODELS) AS WAS THE 7710 THE 7910 MARK 3 WAS RETAINED FOR
FRANCE AND AUSTRAILA MARKET , THE 7810 AND 7910 USED THE
SAME 6 CYLINDER ENGINE WHICH WAS THE ONE USED IN THE TW.S,
THE REAR AXLE AND TRANSMISION ON ALL THESE TRACTORS CAME
FROM THE 7610, THE 7910 APPEARED IN EUROPE IN 1982, IT DID
NOT COME IN TO THE UK RANGE UNTIL 1985 HAD ONLY TEN MONTHS
BEFORE BECOMING THE FORCE 2
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IN EUROPE FORD MARKETED A THE 6 CYLINDER EVA CONVERSION
BASED ON THE 5000 CALLED THE 5095 AND WAS INCLUDED IN THE
FORD RANGE. ERNEST DOE OF ENGLAND BOUGHT THE CONVERSION KIT
FROM EVA AND STARTED TO BUILD THE DOE5100 THIS WAS
DISCOURAGED BY FORD, COUNTY ROADLESS JJ THOMAS AGRICAR
FORFAR SCOTLAND ALL MADE 6 CYLINDER CONVERSIONS BASED ON
THE 5000 COUNTY ROADLESS WERE NEVER ENCOURAGED TO MAKE THEM
AND NEVER PURSUED THE IDEA THE THOMAS AND AGRICAR STARTED
DOING THEM ON SECOND HAND 5OOO AGRICAR ALSO DONE NEW 76/7700
USING THE 8700/TW 10 ENGINE. THE 8100 WAS BUILT BY COUNTY
FOR FORD AND CAME UP WITH 8200 TRACTOR, THE 8100 WAS BUILT
FOR FRANCE ORGINALLY
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