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Difference between 2n 8n 9n

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Ben Rauls

08-20-2007 00:37:43

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What are the big differences between the 3? What are a sherman trans. and step up trans? Did any come with live hydraulics and pto?

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08-20-2007 08:55:31

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 Re: Difference between 2n 8n 9n in reply to Ben Rauls, 08-20-2007 00:37:43  
9N made from 1939 to 1942, 2N made from 1942 to 1947, 8N made from 1948-1952. Thats just on of the differnces. Also the 9N and 2N had 3 speed trannys and the 8N a 4 speed. None of them have live PTO or hyds. In late 1950 they changed from a front mount distubutor to a side mount which made them a little bit easier to work on when it came time to do a tune up. Now if you are say looking at one of them from 100 foot away its hard to tell which one of the 3 it might be because they all look the same at a distance

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Dell (WA)

08-20-2007 05:12:34

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 Re: Difference between 2n 8n 9n in reply to Ben Rauls, 08-20-2007 00:37:43  
Ben.........virtually NO difference in engines. 2N was Ford wartime 3-speed 9N mfg'd until 1948 when 4-speed 8N's came out. The Sherman was a DEALER installed STEP-UP tranny. NO LIVE PTO or HYDRAULICS.......Dell

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Roland (AL)

08-20-2007 03:49:40

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 Re: Difference between 2n 8n 9n in reply to Ben Rauls, 08-20-2007 00:37:43  
Try this to ID and under stand them

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Roland (AL)

08-20-2007 03:51:57

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 Re: Difference between 2n 8n 9n in reply to Roland (AL), 08-20-2007 03:49:40  

see if this works.

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