4400 Ford tractor


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Does anyone know where to find any parts for it?

It is between 50 and 60 years old with a 3 cylinder diesel and it needs a head gasket and possibly a head.
 


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If you have an old style parts place with the machine shop out back, I bet they could help you out.
I have one in town and they are pretty good at sourcing odd ball stuff. It is a farmbelt too so that helps.
 

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There has to be stuff around. Those tractors don't die. Try Yesterday's Tractor Company or eBay. Or some of the others that come up in a Google search.
 

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For a head you are going to be stuck with used. Worthington Ag Parts and All State Ag Parts are pretty good salvage yards we go thru at work. Look for any casting numbers on the head before you call, tractor serial number will be good to have on hand too.
 

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thanks for the replies
 

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Sometimes Auto parts stores can get a limited supply of tractor parts. I know Napa did.
Probably not a Head but maybe a gasket.
Look for a veteran behind the counter or ask to see their tractor book.
 

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Those old 201 engines are stout and super easy to work on, my brother has a 4000 and a 4600 both with that engine, and a 8000 and a 9000 with the inline 6 version (9000 is turbo). Parts aren't too hard to find either since they used that engine for 50 years... The old 4000 blew a head gasket and had a bent pushrod, pushrod was $12 on Steiner, redid the head and all said and done was out around $500 and it was back and running until it blew out the bearing between the input and output shaft in the transmission...
 

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yesterdays tractors also has a pretty good forum community too. steiner tractor does have alot of parts available, sometimes pricey.
 

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Sometimes Auto parts stores can get a limited supply of tractor parts. I know Napa did.
Probably not a Head but maybe a gasket.
Look for a veteran behind the counter or ask to see their tractor book.
Can go to Fel Pro’s website and look them up too.

yesterdays tractors also has a pretty good forum community too. steiner tractor does have alot of parts available, sometimes pricey.
Steiners pricing usually isn’t horrible... their freight is usually painful though
 


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