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Fordson Super Dexta Specifications

1962 to 1964

39 Horsepower Engine


The Fordson Super Dexta is a utility tractor produced from 1962 to 1964 by Fordson, a part of Ford, in Dagenham, England, and sold in the U.S. as the Ford 2000 Diesel. It features a Ford-Perkins or Ford 2.5L 3-cylinder diesel engine with a power output of 45 hp, and tested drawbar and PTO power of 32.25 hp and 38.83 hp, respectively. Notable for its 6-speed unsynchronized gear transmission, the Super Dexta was available in various configurations.

Super Dexta Horsepower, Weight, and Specifications:

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