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The development of the E27N Fordson Major continued the Ford hold on the British market. The main differences in the new model was the availability of a diesel version, a sturdier structure, and the elimination of the inefficient worm wheel final drive. Land Utility, Row-Crop, Industrial, and Standard Agricultural versions of the new Fordson were available.

Ford developed the Dexta in 1957, which featured a Perkins three cylinder diesel engine. The next year, the New Major was replaced with the Power Major. The Power Major, as the name difference may suggest, featured a more powerful version of the engine that had revolutionized the tractor industry in Europe by introducing diesel at a competitive price. Ford would roll out upgraded versions of each of these tractors. The Super Major replaced the Power Major in 1961, and the Super Dexta replaced the Dexta in 1962. These two models would be the last of the Dagenham designs, as production was shifted from there to nearby Basildon for U.K. production in 1964.

The European Fordson brand and the US Ford brand were consolidated in 1964 with the creation of a global tractor line.

Stevens Tractor Company has one of the largest selections of Fordson Dexta and Super Dexta tractor parts such as engine parts, clutch kits, brake shoes, oil pumps, radiators, hoses, water pumps, gauges, lights, tachometers, manifolds, mufflers, fuel pumps, hydraulics, sheet metal and many more hard to find parts.

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