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Ford 66105
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No: 272   Contributor: John Stott   Year: 2009   Manufacturer: Ford   Country: United Kingdom
Ford 66105

Ford 66105 ( Big 6 ) This tractor was pictured at Sutton Bridge Lincs on 29-8-09, part of a collection belonging to Mr B Smith.
Picture added on 31 August 2009 at 10:43
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Who made the conversion kits for this tractor, can anyone help me? I see a subframe like this on my friends Ford 6500.

Added by MATTHIAS on 16 January 2011.
It looks Like an EVA cast sump as used in many conversions

Added by Tractorpaul on 17 January 2011.
Hi Paul, I think you are right. On a tractor like this is numbered as a 5095 but it has no cab and other fenders.

Added by MATTHIAS on 17 January 2011.
The 5095 5090 7400 are all EVA creations using this type cast sump and one or other Ford 6 cyl engine mated to a Ford 5000 back end
I imagine this one is a 6600 backend and a 105hp 6 cyl engine

Added by Tractorpaul on 17 January 2011.
It is a 6600 and a 105hp Paul.

Added by John Stott on 18 January 2011.
thanks to both of you for helping me, ford conversions are so rare in Germany that I don´t know much about these typ of tractors

Added by MATTHIAS on 18 January 2011.
The DOE 5100 was also made to this recipe with a EVA cast sump

Added by Tractorpaul on 19 January 2011.
Hi Paul, I'd read about the DOE 5100 but I'd never seen a two wheel drive conversion of a later Ford range with this Cast Iron Sump from Eva.

Added by MATTHIAS on 20 January 2011.
Over the yeats I once saw a DOE 5100 at a farm in linconshire fitted with a Duncan cab and I have seen the odd 5090 and 5095 at Cambribge sales but the most common is the 7400 this uses I think a 6600 backend, must have seen about 5 off them all the above were 2 wheel drive

Added by Tractorpaul on 20 January 2011.
I see only the 650 as a two or four wheel drive I think it is almost the same as the 5095 the only difference I see the type of front axle my friends 6500 has a schindler axle

Added by MATTHIAS on 21 January 2011.
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