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Radiator, Block & Hydraulic Drain Plug

…8200, 821, 8210, 840, 8400, 841, 850, 851, 860, 8600, 861, 8700, 871, 881, 8N, 900, 9000, 901, 9200, 941, 950, 951, 960, 9600, 961, 9700, 971, 981, 9N; Replaces: 80063124, 80076904, 80328516, 81465471, 86625234, 86642421, 8A-8115, 9N8115A, 9N8115B, C9NN8115A Ford Industrial - Fits: [ A62, A64, A66,…

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Early 1939 9N Ford Tractor Distinctions - Antique Tractor Blog

…fan, lack of freeze plugs in the side of the engine block, and fenders that are riveted to the brackets. Note: This tractor does have running boards which weren’t original to this tractor but are certainly a comfortable feature! These early 9N tractors are rare and highly desirable. Even…

Engine Parts Archives - Antique Tractor Blog

…using custom checking fixtures which our engineering department designed. And we randomly check samples from production on engines blocks to ensure that the quality control department at the machine shop is doing a good job. Our new IHS003B is reverse engineered off of a late Farmall M manifold. The…

How to determine 9N from 2N Ford tractor. - Antique Tractor Blog

…Repair Blog * Jr.'s Corner * How to determine 9N from 2N Ford tractor. How to determine 9N from 2N Ford tractor. 11/03/2010Written by Suzette Thomas 9 Comments 1939 only 9N * Cast aluminum grill with horizontal slots. * No freeze out plugs on block. * 2-ribs on fender. * Approximately first 700…

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Ford Tractors: Difference between a 9N, 2N, and 8N - Antique Tractor Blog

…the 9-N putting the mules out to pasture so I’ve seen a lot of changes in farming Reply * John 05/27/2018 - 14:59 How do I tell what year my 9n is? Will it be between a ’39 and 41? Since they made 8n in 42? Reply * Lisa Warren 05/29/2018 - 09:49 On the left side of the block, just…

Grandpa's Old Ford - Antique Tractor Blog

…to find the serial no. I think its a 9N which I’m trying to buy. can you help with the location of thr serial # Reply * Lisa Warren 01/25/2018 - 11:04 If the tractor is a 9N, the serial number would be located on the left hand side of the engine block. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your…

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January Featured Photo - Antique Tractor Blog

…Featured Photo 01/08/2018Written by Rebecca Thomas 4 Comments January’s featured photo was submitted by Keith Fink. “This is our 1942 Ford 9N which belongs to our 11-year old son, Hank (pictured). The whole family helped to fix up and paint the tractor. This is one of three ‘old…

The Genius of Harry Ferguson - Antique Tractor Blog

…two prevailing beliefs about tractors and their implements. His need to innovate was spurred on by World War 1, as Germany’s U-Boat campaign blocked ships with needed food from reaching Great Britain. The Irish Board of Agriculture asked Ferguson and an associate to work on improving the efficiency…

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