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Re: Can a loader operate on a 2N?
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3 speed tranny vs 4 speed on the 8N.
9N/2N left brake pedal is on the left side with the clutch pedal.
Unless they're working and adjusted perfectly its hard to use the left brake.
A tad less HP than the later model 8N, but not enough to worry about.
Now the biggie - the 8N has position control on the 3 PT hitch, meaning you
can set it where you want it and it will stay there. It also has draft mode.
The 9N/2N only have draft mode, which adjusts itself constantly and does
not stay where you put the handle.
That can be overcome by buying Zane Sherman's "thang", which effectively
adds simple, exterior bolt on (5 minute) position control.
All the N's are good tractors in my book.
The NAA is the only N with live hydraulics.
It also has the over head valve 134 CI red tiger engine.
This post was edited by Royse at 16:07:50 01/01/13.
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