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CCWKen
07-30-2008, 03:27 PM
Can explain the difference between a Ford 3910, 3910N, 3910V, 3910H and a Series II 3910? I'm trying to find some manuals for a 1987 Series II 3910 and all I can come up with is a User Manual. Looking as some parts listing, there seems to be some big differences.

Mosside
07-30-2008, 03:51 PM
Just guessing but likely the N stands for the narrow model while the H may be a high clearance one. No idea on the V.

Mcruff
07-30-2008, 05:42 PM
I'm gonna take a gander at it. The 3910N is narrow track or narrow frontend. The H stands for Highway, SU stands for special utility, V stands for Vineyard or Orchard model.

lugnut
07-30-2008, 06:52 PM
CCWKEN this web site lists a service manual for the tractor you ask about.
http://www.ytmag.com/contents/ford_manuals_list.htm

Mel

BobC
07-30-2008, 06:57 PM
I own a 3910 but cannot add to what has already been said regarding the model suffixes.

Here is a link to ssbtractor.com that offers manuals and parts lists for the 3910.

http://www.ssbtractor.com/tractor_manual_search.cgi?tractor_manual_make=Ford&tractor_manual_model=3910

3910 Service Manual, 2776 pages $219.95
3910 (Intertec) Service Manual $33.95
3910, 3910N, 3910V Parts Manual, 1048 pages $200.95
3910 Series II ('87-'90) Operators Manual, 126 pages $32.95
3910 ('84-'85) Operators Manual, 88 pages

They also have a phone number 1-631-451-8706 where answers may be available for specific questions.

No affiliation. Hope this helps.
Bob

wierdscience
07-30-2008, 07:57 PM
Ken I have a regular 3910,which one have you got?

Check parts prices at your local Ford New Holland dealer before buying online,50% of the time the dealers here are cheaper.

Mike of the North
07-30-2008, 10:27 PM
I have a 1985 3910LP which is powered by liquid propane, the best price I could find for the full service manuel was from New Holland, I went to the local dealer and got the part no. for the manuel and ordered it from New Holland, the dealer should be able to tell you the differences in a series I and a series II, get the model and serial no. off the flat area by the starter.
You can also try this web site.
http://www.todaystractors.com/

CCWKen
07-30-2008, 11:46 PM
Thanks guys. Yeah, I saw the manuals from the sites before and that's what was confuserin' me. The parts and service manuals didn't look like it covered the Series II--Just the Operator's Manual. There's a New Holland dealer in my 2-light town so I'll check there. Got a pretty good deal on a 1987. Too bad it's blue. :D

Thanks again,
Ken