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Ford 9N, 2N & 8N Discussion Forum
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9N Drawbar

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C.J. Bunce

11-12-2010 15:29:05
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I'm wanting to put a mounted drawbar on my 9N rather than using a 3 pt. drawbar but it's lacking the bolt holes on the underside of the differential housing. I've thought about making something similar to a reciever hitch on a pickup, spanning the fender mounts. Has anyone come up with a better design, more like the aftermarket hitch at a reasonable price?




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C.J. Bunce

11-12-2010 17:49:55
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 Re: 9N Drawbar in reply to C.J. Bunce, 11-12-2010 15:29:05  
cjbowmaster@embarqmail.com and thank you for alll the information



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TheOldHokie

11-12-2010 17:06:12
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 Re: 9N Drawbar in reply to Bastropian, 11-12-2010 15:29:05  
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Yes I think they would be extremely popular. I'll get a drawing together and off to the laser shop for a quote. Send me your email so i can get back in touch when I have a price.

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C.J. Bunce

11-12-2010 16:48:54
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 Re: 9N Drawbar in reply to C.J. Bunce, 11-12-2010 15:29:05  
Ok, I'm following now. That would be a much better solution, I think it'd work really well. You could do good business if you did like you said and add it to your product line.



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TheOldHokie

11-12-2010 16:41:38
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 Re: 9N Drawbar in reply to JMOR, 11-12-2010 15:29:05  
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Yes the picture is from the front of the tractor. The receiver in the picture is not a draw bar bracket - it is used to attach a loader. What I'm saying is I can use that same attachment scheme to mount a flat plate with tapped holes to match the 8N pattern under the 9N differential. You can then use those tapped holes to mount the 8N drawbar just like on the 8N. I did the installation of that receiver outside on the ground with nothing more than a socket and vice grips. Remove and replace the lower studs on each side with longer ones and bolt on the side brackets using the original nuts. If you wanted you could replace the studs with cap screws and save a few bucks.

TOH

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TheOldHokie

11-12-2010 16:12:43
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 Re: 9N Drawbar in reply to ooticamitica, 11-12-2010 15:29:05  

C.J. Bunce said: (quoted from post at 19:29:05 11/12/10) I'm wanting to put a mounted drawbar on my 9N rather than using a 3 pt. drawbar but it's lacking the bolt holes on the underside of the differential housing. I've thought about making something similar to a reciever hitch on a pickup, spanning the fender mounts. Has anyone come up with a better design, more like the aftermarket hitch at a reasonable price?


Yes. The picture below is the receiver for a quick attach loader that I had on my 9N at one point. The 8N version bolted on using the drawbar holes in the bottom of the differential housing. This 9N version uses two semi-circular brackets that attach using the bottom 5 trumpet attaching studs. I have contemplated using that design to make a 9N drawbar mount to add to my product line. The brackets would be CNC laser cut from 5/16" plate and quite sturdy and the regular 8N mount would bolt to them in exactly the same way it bolts to the 8N. I would expect it to be modestly priced assuming the parts nest well for the laser cutter. If interested I'll draw it up and ship it off for a quote from the laser shop. In fact I may do that anyway since I think they would be quite popular. Give me a call if you want.

TOH

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C.J. Bunce

11-12-2010 16:28:36
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 Re: 9N Drawbar in reply to TheOldHokie, 11-12-2010 16:12:43  
The picture looks like it was taken from the front of the tractor, is the back side of that piece a clevis, the same as the 8N mounts? It kinda looks like it but it's hard to tell. Did you have to put the tractor on stands to attach that bracket or how envolved was the process?



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soundguy

11-12-2010 15:42:46
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 Re: 9N Drawbar in reply to C.J. Bunce, 11-12-2010 15:29:05  
cound get the type that goes around the pto mount bolts, and used the 3pt in combination.. or.. I bet you could get an 8n center rear section pretty cheap.. :)



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