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Ford TW-30
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Model history
Model introduced 1979
Model discontinued 1983
Model status Discontinued
No. produced Unknown
Superseded by Ford TW-35
Engine Specification
Engine make Ford Engines
Engine model ?
Fuel type Diesel
Power hp 165 hp 142 hp(drawbar) 163 hp(PTO)
Power kW 120 kW
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Displacement cu in /(litre) 401 cu inches (6.6 litres)
No. of Cylinders 6
Bore in (mm) 4.4 inches (112 mm)
Stroke in (mm) 4.4 inches (112 mm)
Cooling system Water
Naturally aspirated, Turbo or Supercharged Yes
Transmission Details
Transmission type Dual-power
Gearbox make Ford
Forward 16
Reverse 4
Drive 2-WD or 4-WD versions
General Data
Linkage Category Cat III
Lift capacity (lb/kg) 5,900 lb (2600 kg)
Tyre Sizes (std/options)
Front 14 x 16 (2-wd)
? x ? (4-wd)
Rear 20.8 x 38
Tractor Dimensions
Length (inches/metres) 190 inches (4850 mm)
Width (inches/meters) 104.5 inches (2650 mm)
Height (inches/meters) 116 inches (2950 mm) (cab)
Weight (nominal) lb/kg 14,500 lbs (5,200 kg)
Wheelbase 110 inches (2780 mm)
Ground clearance 25/16 inches (640/400 mm)(2 or 4 wd)
Cab Details
Cab Make Ford
Type of Cab Ford 'Bubble cab'
Other info
Factories Basildon, UK
Plow rating Unknown
Notes 4-WD option
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The Ford TW-30 was introduced in 1979 as part of the TW series and replaced the Ford ? model. The TW-30 was discontinued in 1983 when it was replaced by the Ford TW-35 updated model.

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These relatively modern 'Classic' models are starting to be collected by owners for Showing and road run use and occasional work during the busy times of year in their farming enterprise. Also there are some smaller contractors who find a well maintained / restored example offers better value than investing in an over specified modern electronic controlled tractor as the relative simplicity allows them to service and repair them in there own workshop.


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