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1954 Ford Jubilee

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Anthony Mabry

08-19-2003 13:59:52

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How do I identify the firing order on the distributor cap? The firing order for the engine is 1-2-4-3.



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08-20-2003 14:49:48

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 Re: 1954 Ford Jubilee in reply to Anthony Mabry, 08-19-2003 13:59:52  
Hi Anthony. Seems that someone has already answered your questions. However, for the sake of claification there is no 1954 Jubilee.

The Ford Golden Jubilee was only made in 1953 as a 50th golden year of Ford tractor productions. In 1954 the NAA was producted.

One sure way to find out which one you have is by the serial number. If the serial number is between 1 and 77,474, then you have a 1953 Jubilee. However, if the serial number is above that, then you probably have a 1954 NAA.

I have 2 1953 Jubilees, 1 1955 "800" and 1 1958 "801".

Good luck.

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08-19-2003 16:38:44

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 Re: 1954 Ford Jubilee in reply to Anthony Mabry, 08-19-2003 13:59:52  
On the top of the cap, there is a (1) and that is your number 1 plug, continuing counter clock wise it 3 then 4 and finally number 2


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2fordsmike...whoa! I thin

08-20-2003 13:23:18

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 Re: Re: 1954 Ford Jubilee in reply to J52J, 08-19-2003 16:38:44  
Don't have my owner's manual in hand, but I think the NAA-Jubilee is different than 8N and firing order is clockwise around the distributor. I'll check later on my actual tractors. Mike-Iowa

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