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'53 jubilee hydraulics

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STEVE

12-03-1999 19:51:01
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I'M TRYING TO DETERMINE A PRESSURE PORT LOCATION TO RUN AN AUXILARY HYD. DEVICE(LOGSPLITTER). THE USUAL PLACE IS UNDER THE SEAT VIA A PORT ON TOP OF THE CENTER HOUSING BUT THIS TRACTOR DOESN'T SEEM TO HAVE AN AVAILABLE PORT. I'M WONDERING IF PUMP PRESSURE CAN BE OBTAINED FROM A DIFFERENT LOCATION. ONE PLACE THAT SEEMS TO BE AN OPTION IS LOW ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE CENTER HOUSING. THERE IS A PIPE PLUG IN THE SIDE OF THE CENTER HOUSING JUST ABOVE THE BOTTOM OF THE HOUSING. THIS PLUG APPEARS TO BE IN LINE WITH THE PRESSURE LINE (TUBE) THAT COMES FROM THE PUMP AND THE FLANGE PLATE THAT IS MOUNTED TO THE BOTTOM. IS THIS A GOOD PRESSURE PORT? WILL IT PROVIDE GOOD PRESSURE REGARDLESS OF THE 3 POINT HYDRAULICS? HEY BOYS, ANY IDEAS???

HAPPY HOLIDAYS!! STEVE

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Burrhead

12-05-1999 16:08:06
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 Re: '53 jubilee hydraulics in reply to STEVE, 12-03-1999 19:51:01  
I think you are talking about the pump cover down on the right side, and yes it is a good spot to plumb a line into. Just be sure to come out of the hole with a 90 so you can follow the running board and not break it off all the time.



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dan

12-06-1999 07:12:54
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 Re: Re: '53 jubilee hydraulics in reply to Burrhead, 12-05-1999 16:08:06  
Saw you guys talking about jubilee, I'm looking at buying one and was interested in more information on these tractors. Is there a difference between a jubilee and a golden jubilee?
Whats' the avg. market price on these tractors?
I'm looking at buying an original owner 53.What can I expect to pay for one ?



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Donny B

12-09-1999 16:45:46
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 Re: Re: Re: '53 jubilee hydraulics in reply to dan, 12-06-1999 07:12:54  
The 1952-54 NAA tractors are in all respects identical. The only difference between a NAA and an NAA Jubilee is the front madallion and the year. 1953 was the ONLY YEAR that the Golden Jubilee tractor was built as it commemorates the beginning of Fords tractor line. (1903-1953) As for price, I picked one up in fair condition for 1200. A average price for one in fair running condition somewhere between 1500-2500. Happy Holidays!

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Joe R

12-06-1999 19:48:24
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 Re: Re: Re: '53 jubilee hydraulics in reply to dan, 12-06-1999 07:12:54  
Dan,
A Jubilee and a Golden Jubilee are the same thing. Jubilees were produced from late '52 to '53. They are identical to the tractors produced in '54. In '54 they were called NAA's. All serial numbers on these tractors will begin with NAA-----. Follow this link to another web site with tons of info on these tractors.
Joe R

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STEVE

12-06-1999 08:17:41
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 Re: Re: Re: '53 jubilee hydraulics in reply to dan, 12-06-1999 07:12:54  
DAN, I SHOPPED 'TIL I DROPPED AND FINALLY ENDED UP PAYING $3,850 (1 MONTH AGO). MINE WAS IN RUNNING ORDER WITH A DECENT BODY (LITTLE RUST & DENTS. I HAVE HOWEVER HAD TO PUT SOME MONEY INTO IT AFTER THE FACT. NEW STEERING WHEEL, NEW RADIATOR HOSES, KEY SWITCH, ETC. THESE ARE MINOR THINGS BUT ONE MAJOR ISSUE (YOU'LL WANT TO LOOK AT THIS)I HAD WAS WITH THE REAR WHEEL HUB(S). THE HUBS ARE MOUNTED TO THE AXLE WITH A 2" NUT & CIRCLE SPRING. ONE OF MY WHEELS APPEARED LOOSE. AFTER INSPECTING IT I DISCOVERED THAT THE SPLINE END OF THE AXLE AND I.D. OF THE HUB WERE WORN TO THE POINT OF ALMOST FALLING OFF. I WAS ABLE TO BUY A NEW HUB ($85) AND REFURBISHED THE SPLINE TEETH ON THE AXLE BY RE-WELDING, GRINDING, FILING AND FITTING TO THE NEW HUB. AS FAR AS DIFFERENCES BETWEEN A GOLDEN AND JUST A JUBILEE, I THINK THEY ARE MINOR. I HAVE A '54 REPUTED TO BE A JUBILEE. MY BRO' INLAW HAS A '53 GOLDEN. FOR ALL INTENTS & PURPOSES THEY LOOK ALMOST IDENTICAL. DIFFERENCES BEING: THE '53 HAS A MARVEL SCHEBEL CARB; MINE HAS A ZENITH (MAYBE AFTERMARKET). MINE HAS A SOURCE FOR HYD. PRESSURE PORT UNDER THE SEAT ATOP THE CENTER HOUSING; THE '53 DOESN'T. BOTH ARE SERIALIZED AS AN "NAA". FOR SOME REASON THE '53 HAS LARGER REAR TIRES THAN MINE BUT THEY MAY HAVE BEEN ADDERS. IN SPITE OF THE 6 VOLT SYSTEM, MINE STARTS 1st HIT AND I'LL HAVE NO INTENTIONS OF CONVERTING UNLESS I HAVE TO.

HAVIN' FUN!! STEVE

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STEVE

12-05-1999 20:25:47
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 Re: Re: '53 jubilee hydraulics in reply to Burrhead, 12-05-1999 16:08:06  
BURRHEAD,
... I DON'T RECOGNIZE WHAT YOU ARE REFERRING TO BY "PUMP COVER". THE PORT I'M WONDERING ABOUT IS UNDER THE FOOTREST JUST AHEAD OF THE RIGHT SIDE AXLE HOUSING; MAYBE 12". (GUESS I NEED TO CHECK HTE MANUAL AND SEE WHAT IT'S CALLED) IT DOES HAVE A PIPE PLUG IN IT AND IS HORIZONTAL TO THE GROUND SO, YES (IF WE'RE TALKING ABOUT THE SAME THING) A 90 ELBOW IS A GOOD IDEA.



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Burrhead

12-09-1999 11:49:43
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 Re: Re: Re: '53 jubilee hydraulics in reply to STEVE, 12-05-1999 20:25:47  
Yep I think we're on the same page. Now remember when you plug the line in at this port, the line will be live at all times and have pressure on it.
You might want to have a gate valve or valve of some kind on the elbow to shut off the pressure to this line when not in use.
No big problem yet, but when you use these boards will you please not capitalize all the text. When it's all caps we think you're mad and screaming at us.
If I can be any more info just post. I usually don't go back over 2 pages.

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