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Re: 6x2 TO-30

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01-05-2013 05:44:55

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1 3 S Ferguson Shift pattern
2 4 R S is for start.
If you are able to blow that picture up that you posted I am sure you can see the 4 straight below the shifter lever. I was going under the assumption you drove a Ferguson TO 30 as in your original post. I believe the 9n and 2n were both 3 speeds not sure about the 8n and if you was on a Ford I am sure they had a starter button in front of the shifter you had to push.

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01-05-2013 10:38:40

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 Re: 6x2 TO-30 in reply to Richard L, 01-05-2013 05:44:55  
45 years ago, it was the TO-30. That's now abandoned in NE Ohio.

But recently at a friend's in the Santa Cruz mountains, I was using a menagerie of equipment. Included was a Ford N. (There are actually 3 of them; two running, one with a backhoe...)

The link's photos shows some of the fleet, but not the Ford or road grader.

What brought the flashback to me was how similar the Ford controls were to the TO-30 all those years ago. But yes, the N was 3-speed & with a starter button.
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This post was edited by Usually_Befuddled at 11:15:33 01/05/13 4 times.

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