Ferguson Common Parts Crossreference

July 13, 2016

NAPA (and other’s) parts numbers with crossreference to Ferguson tractor types, for commonly replaced parts. While I believe these to be accurate, please double-check when they retrieve the parts that they are correct.

Where I’ve listed other sources, I did not find the part number online at NAPA’s site. This does not mean, however, that your local NAPA dealer cannot find it, so I’d try calling them just to be sure before assuming they have discontinued the part.

As you should always do, validate this information before ordering blindly.

Part TO-20 TO-30 TO-35 6V TO-35 12V F-40
Distributor Cap RR145 RR145 RR145 RR145  
Distributor Rotor RR143 (see note below) RR143 (see note below) RR143 (see note below) RR143 (see note below)  
Distributor Dust Cap RR164 RR164 RR164 RR164  
Condenser RR174 RR174 RR174 RR174  
Points CS763A CS763A CS763A CS763A  
Coil * IC7 IC7 IC7 IC64  
Oil Filter ABC045 (1007 replacement from Steiner) 1010 ABC521 (from Steiner) ABC521 (from Steiner) ABC521 (from Steiner)
Thermostat B2NN8575A (from Yesterday’s Tractors) B2NN8575A (from Yesterday’s Tractors) 836000M91 (from Yesterday’s Tractors) 836000M91 (from Yesterday’s Tractors) 836000M91 (from Yesterday’s Tractors)
Starter Switch ST26 ST26 182696M91 solenoid (from Yesterday’s Tractors) ST51 (solenoid)  
Regulator VR851 VR851 VR851 VR898  
Generator UM42060 (1100509 replacement from Walt’s) UM42060 (1100509 replacement from Walt’s) UM42060 (1100509 replacement from Walt’s) WIL92013115 (1100362 replacement I think)  
Carburetor Kit 2-1401 (Marvel)
2-1327 (with throttle shaft)
2-1401 (Marvel)
2-1327 (with throttle shaft)
2-1401 (Marvel)
2-1353 (with throttle shaft)
2-1401 (Marvel)
2-1353 (with throttle shaft)
2-1547 (Zenith)
 

* Searching NAPA online for rotor RR143 produced the correct-looking rotor at the link provided above, but the description says “condenser”. Order at your own risk.

* The NAPA parts book has “IC9” listed for the 6 volt coils.  After some research the NAPA guy and I decided that they really meant “IC7”.