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Ford 9N, 2N & 8N Discussion Forum
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9N/2N Clutch/Brake Peddle Question.

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L.Fure

04-15-2018 10:04:46




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One of the things I've noticed about the 9/2Ns is the clutch peddle and left side brake peddle being on the same side. How does a person operate the left brake while dis-engaging the clutch? Do you have to rely on the right side brake to stop the tractor? I'd think using both brakes to stop the tractor would be more effective than only using one. I'm thinking about road use and an ability to stop when needed. Especially towing a load.

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Jim L WA

04-16-2018 14:59:00




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 Re: 9N/2N Clutch/Brake Peddle Question. in reply to L.Fure, 04-15-2018 10:04:46  
Royce and H. Cook, thanks for the correction. I think I adjusted mine per the manual, but never read in the operators manual how to use it correctly. I'll have to try it.



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R Geiger

04-15-2018 18:28:25




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 Re: 9N/2N Clutch/Brake Peddle Question. in reply to L.Fure, 04-15-2018 10:04:46  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see

For what it is worth, the same illustration is in my FO-4



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Royse

04-15-2018 16:43:15




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 Re: 9N/2N Clutch/Brake Peddle Question. in reply to L.Fure, 04-15-2018 10:04:46  
You're welcome.
It's one of the details covered in the operator's manual that is not
covered in the service manual or anywhere else that I have found.



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L.Fure

04-15-2018 13:23:37




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 Re: 9N/2N Clutch/Brake Peddle Question. in reply to L.Fure, 04-15-2018 10:04:46  
Thanks for the explanation. That clears things up for me.



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HCooke

04-15-2018 10:28:38




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 Re: 9N/2N Clutch/Brake Peddle Question. in reply to L.Fure, 04-15-2018 10:04:46  
Royce is correct. I have 4 9Ns and one 2N. If you adjust the left brake pedal and clutch pedal correctly, the left brake is activated when you step on the clutch. Works very well.



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Royse

04-15-2018 10:24:35




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 Re: 9N/2N Clutch/Brake Peddle Question. in reply to L.Fure, 04-15-2018 10:04:46  
When you push the clutch pedal down part way it disengages the
clutch. When you push it all the way down, it also applies the brake.

Adjustment procedure:



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Jim L WA

04-15-2018 10:18:56




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 Re: 9N/2N Clutch/Brake Peddle Question. in reply to L.Fure, 04-15-2018 10:04:46  
Hi L.Fure, welcome to the forum. You are right, that was a real design problem back then. When I took my backing plates apart on my 2N the left side break actuator was frozen due to never being used. The only way to use both breaks to stop is to shift to neutral and then use both breaks. The design was meant to use the left side break to assist in making left turns at the fence line.



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HCooke

04-15-2018 10:29:17




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 Re: 9N/2N Clutch/Brake Peddle Question. in reply to Jim L WA, 04-15-2018 10:18:56  
Sorry you are incorrect. See Royce's post.



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