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WW2N

02-09-2018 07:08:02




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2 carb ?s I am looking for "used" or discarded original M/S TSX33, TSX241B, TSX241A Parts.Parts only not entire carbs. Also I was asked the other night if the war time 42/43 2Ns had different TSX numbers then other years. I cannot find anything on it.




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Tim PloughNman Daley

02-10-2018 09:22:02




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 Re: Carburetor in reply to WW2N, 02-09-2018 07:08:02  
What parts do you need? I have coffee cans full of good, used parts for the M/S TSX 33 and 241 carburetors. Part II to your inquiry is, yes, but only to an extent. First, another myth about the N's is that ALL 2N models were 'warhorses', meaning they came with steel wheels and magnetos amongst other parts. The facts are that the warhorse was not even produced until late 1942, and then only into early 1943 so not many units were actually built. From February, 1942 until October, 1942, no civilian/commercial products were manufactured by Ford per the US War Board directive. All production was to be only for war ordnance products. It was not just Ford, it was all US manufacturing companies. Now, the Ford Industrial tractor and the Ford-Ferguson 2N warhorse tractors used the Marvel-Schebler TSX-38 carburetor using a double throw choke lever. The TSX-38 Ford part number is: 2N-9510, and was declared obsolete uimmid-1943 as 2Nwarhorse production ceased and Ford was allowed to return to normal 2N production using the TSX-33 carb. The TSX-33 carb was used up into early 8N production then the declared obsolete as the new TSX-241 carb was released. I have never seen an actual TSX-38 carb on any restored warhorse in person but I'm sure there are some. I do own an original TSX-38 carb and have rebuilt some TSX-33 carbs for fellas adding the double throw choke lever for them.

MARVEL-SCHEBLER TSX-38 CARBURETER, FORD p/n 2N-9510:


MARVEL-SCHEBLER TSX-33 CARBURETER, FORD p/n 9N-9510 w/ DOUBLE THROW CHOKE LEVER:

Tim Daley(MI)

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WW2N

02-10-2018 16:06:34




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 Re: Carburetor in reply to Tim PloughNman Daley, 02-10-2018 09:22:02  
Very good,figure out what ya want to let go of and a price and we'll do a deal. Thanks



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Tim PloughNman Daley

02-11-2018 04:54:29




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 Re: Carburetor in reply to WW2N, 02-10-2018 16:06:34  
I have some TSX-33 and TSX-241 carbs, but will not part with the TSX-38, unless ya gotta a gold bar to trade with.... ; > )
My email is open if ya wanna try again...
Tim Daley(MI)



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Royse

02-09-2018 18:50:47




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 Re: Carburetor in reply to WW2N, 02-09-2018 07:08:02  
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I'll send you an email. I'm guessing shipping would still be an issue since I'm in Michigan.



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nashranch

02-09-2018 18:44:06




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 Re: Carburetor in reply to WW2N, 02-09-2018 07:08:02  
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When I got it it was pretty stuck in one position so drilled it and put in the t handle to ease in the turning back and forth while I poured the pb blaster to it along with heat. you can see in the pic where I had to torch it to loosen it up. Don't really need the t handle now



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Royse

02-09-2018 18:34:20




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 Re: Carburetor in reply to WW2N, 02-09-2018 07:08:02  
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I might be. Wondering why it needed the T handle though.

I've never needed more than my hand on mine.



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nashranch

02-09-2018 18:18:03




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 Re: Carburetor in reply to WW2N, 02-09-2018 07:08:02  
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Yep I have one Royse...I drilled it and welded in a t handle..works slick...you interested in it?



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Royse

02-09-2018 18:03:06




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In picture #8, the one between the little blue one and the one with the T handle.



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nashranch

02-09-2018 17:45:54




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Which one Royse...If its the one i'm thinking of I have one



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Royse

02-09-2018 17:40:10




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LOL That would be my luck!
There is what looks to be an original top link hanging on that wall.

Nothing I've bought aftermarket works anywhere near as well.



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nashranch

02-09-2018 17:32:40




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Sorry Royse.. I already bought it :lol:



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Royse

02-09-2018 17:29:12




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He has at least one part that I would be interested in.

Shipping would probably kill the deal though. :(



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ArleninOr

02-09-2018 21:54:36




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 Re: Carburetor in reply to Royse, 02-09-2018 17:29:12  
Royse, I probably have 3-4 of those top links. Also some for the 8-9n with the gator teeth. Extra carbs also.



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nashranch

02-09-2018 17:19:15




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 Re: Carburetor in reply to WW2N, 02-09-2018 07:08:02  
Bet this guy has a bunch of carbs for sale

https://sacramento.craigslist.org/grd/d/8n-9n-2n-ford-tractor-prts/6452974563.html



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Royse

02-09-2018 16:05:41




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 Re: Carburetor in reply to WW2N, 02-09-2018 07:08:02  
What parts are you looking for?
I'm not selling many, but might be able to help.

The wartime tractor had a double choke lever with a rod that came
out the front of the dogleg, next to the grill for use while hand cranking.

I think it was a TSX-38, but someone will correct me if that's wrong.



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WW2N

02-10-2018 16:23:04




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 Re: Carburetor in reply to Royse, 02-09-2018 16:05:41  
Any "original" M/S parts inside and out is what we are looking for. So you pick what you don't or won't need and a price and we can email a deal. Thank you.



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