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Benj R

06-14-2018 08:30:26




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This old 9n is for sale on Kijiji at La Ronge Saskatchewan, asking price one thousand. (I have no connection to it)

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HydroPuddle

06-15-2018 11:17:41




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 Re: 9n in reply to Benj R, 06-14-2018 08:30:26  
Tim,

Is that seat original? Not the back rest part but the seat itself.

Thanks in advance.



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Tim PloughNman Daley

06-16-2018 07:52:48




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 Re: 9n in reply to HydroPuddle, 06-15-2018 11:17:41  
Yes, it looks to me to be the original 9N-400-A pan seat, excluding the farmerized back brace. The 9-hole, non-flippable seat was used on early al 9Ns. It also shows the welded and center riveted large support disc too.


MY 1939 FORD-FERGUSON 9N, S/N *9N-6553I* ORIGINAL PAN SEAT:

Tim Daley(MI)



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Tim PloughNman Daley

06-15-2018 04:41:31




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 Re: 9n in reply to Benj R, 06-14-2018 08:30:26  
It is definitely a late '39 9N. I see double ribbed fenders, correct dash with starter button and ignition "ON" lamp on LH side. No 4-spoke steering wheel nor aluminum grille but those can be now bought repopped. The generator is a later replacement meaning not the original small 2-wire/2-brush 9N-A one, which would also mean the original rectangular voltage regulator is gone too. The rear wheel hubs are riveted meaning the smooth ones were replaced. I can't tell if the smooth doglegs are there. A good restoration project if block ain't cracked and it runs.

Tim Daley(MI)

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Benj R

06-16-2018 09:42:56




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 Re: 9n in reply to Tim PloughNman Daley, 06-15-2018 04:41:31  
I have a early 40 9n that has all the features of this 39, except for the fenders. I would love to get that tractor except that I already have to many tractors.



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