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Erik 55621 51 Ford baling either
Ford baling
this ford 6410 ????? is baling with a new holland 940. I
don't remember what type it was. I don't now much about ford
series.
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the ford from the side.
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here the ford + new holland from the front. Notice the front
wheels.
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Nice looking tractor, but its NOT a 6410, thats for sure.
More likely to be a 66 or 7610. The 6410 were only made
between 89-92, and the models with cab, used the super Q.

JH
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Or it could also be a 5610.....When you turn round the front
wheels like this, you get more grip when you are going in
reverse, or braking downhill in mud or so, but the wheels
dig up more grass when you drive forward and turn the
steeringwheel
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The last numbers where 10 if i'm wright...I couldn't see the
whole serie number. The sticker is a bit old......
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Right Kjetil.

It could also be a 5610, but then again a lot of those were
fitted with the Sekura cab from Denmark.

JH
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Yes, In Norway, the 10 series was fitted with Q-cab or a cab
who was called LPU (Low Profile Unit I think), (see picture)
and that could be a cab from Sekura, because they were also
fitted to JD, Fiat, DB and other tractors. Early 10 series
were also fitted with Lambourn cab, like the earlier oo
series.
LPU cabs was delievered up to 7610, and on the early 10
series Q-cab could be delievered also on the small 10`s like
4110 and 4610, but on Force II only from 5610 and up. The
most stupid Ford I have ever seen is a 2600 with 28" rear
wheels with Q-cab. Imagine that big cab on that little
tractor
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4610 1982 with Lambourn cab
Picture in last comment is a -85 6610-4
Both pictures from a Norweigan NH dealer
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