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Ford 9N, 2N & 8N Discussion Forum
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Ford 9N hydraulic system problems

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T. F. Glenn

03-19-2005 15:04:24
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I am restoring a 1949 Ford 9N tractor. I have worked on the hydraulic system and now I finally hve it lifting great, but when you lower it it takes a very long time. Any suggestions on what to do? Thanks




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Bruce (VA)

03-19-2005 15:54:40
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 Re: Ford 9N hydraulic system problems in reply to T. F. Glenn, 03-19-2005 15:04:24  
We really do need to know what it is, because if the simple one-fix-fits-all suggestions do not work, the operating parts of the pump & the control linkage are different. Anyway, the first thing to check, regardless of model is the fluid; do you have enough of the right type & does it have any water in it? Next, pull an inspection plate & stick your hand in the pump base w/ the engine OFF; is it full of sludge? If so, the exhaust valve could be clogged. A good cleaning by washing them out w/ kerosene, removing the sludge & replacing the old fluid w/ the correct level of Ford/NH 134d or the originial spec 90w mineral oil (GL-1 is close) never hurt any of these pumps, 2N, 9N or 8N.

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TF Glenn

03-19-2005 21:05:58
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 Re: Ford 9N hydraulic system problems in reply to Bruce (VA), 03-19-2005 15:54:40  
I have it at my shop and it will be Monday before I can get the number off it. Thanks for all your help. I will post after that.



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Upper Peninsula, Mi

03-19-2005 15:39:55
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 Re: Ford 9N hydraulic system problems in reply to T. F. Glenn, 03-19-2005 15:04:24  
T.F.G. Models 9N, began in 1939, serial # 1 thru 1943, #105412. Models 2n began 1942 serial # 99003 thru 1947, # 258504, Models 8N began in 1947 serial # 1. thru 1952 # 442035. Many of our tractors are now a mixture of 9n,2n and 8N parts, engines, transmissions and rear ends. Ron



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Tom

03-19-2005 18:44:26
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 Re: Ford 9N hydraulic system problems in reply to Upper Peninsula, Mi, 03-19-2005 15:39:55  
"Models 9N, began in 1939, serial # 1 thru 1943, #105412. Models 2n began 1942 serial # 99003"

If i had #105411 what is it?? 9N or 2N.



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Upper Peninsula, Mi

03-20-2005 04:22:52
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 Re: Ford 9N hydraulic system problems in reply to Tom, 03-19-2005 18:44:26  
Tom, Click on the following site for a detailed description of model years. Also to the left of this posting under REsearch & Info. click on Production Numbers and Serial Numbers. Hope this helps. Ron
http://home.att.net/~jmsmith45/identify.htm



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Ken N Tx

03-19-2005 15:07:36
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 Re: Ford 9N hydraulic system problems in reply to T. F. Glenn, 03-19-2005 15:04:24  
There is no 1949 9N!! Check your serial number and we can help further..
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T F Glenn

03-21-2005 19:07:45
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 Re: Ford 9N hydraulic system problems in reply to Ken N Tx, 03-19-2005 15:07:36  
The serial number on my Ford tractor is 8N T00712. The problem is the hydraulics will lift but don't want to come back down. Thanks for any help.



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