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Ford 9N, 2N & 8N Discussion Forum
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8N fuel pump

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OK8N

11-08-2011 15:38:15
70.233.142.88



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This is the first time I've heard about a bad fuel pump on an 8N.

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ford 8n tractor was running when fuel pump went bad,has been parked since.




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Bob In Missouri

11-09-2011 10:29:53
75.245.133.125



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 Re: 8N fuel pump in reply to OK8N, 11-08-2011 15:38:15  
Guess it is a 1952? Number 8N472718. Did not answer my question regarding the fuel pump issue. Bob



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Britcheflee

11-08-2011 19:38:42
67.187.170.181



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 Re: 8N fuel pump in reply to JMOR, 11-08-2011 15:38:15  
Hope he didnt leave his dog in the carrier box when he parked the tractor!



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Bob In Missouri

11-08-2011 18:48:20
72.101.248.154



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 Re: 8N fuel pump in reply to OK8N, 11-08-2011 15:38:15  
I sent seller question asking to Splain themselves. See what they have to say. Looks just east of Pine Bluff. Bob



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JMOR

11-08-2011 17:48:44
72.181.167.250



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 Re: 8N fuel pump in reply to R Geiger, 11-08-2011 15:38:15  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeNot very likely as the jeeps with the N engine were essentially prototypes & small in number (4,456 out of the 650,000 WWII total) & once production ramped up with the 'chosen' Willys engine, most of those with Ford N engined jeeps were shipped to allies so that we didn't have to provide logistics for the 'orphans', & with no parts available they soon disappeared. Note: Ford actually was a manufacturer, among others, of the Willys designed engine.

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Ultradog MN

11-09-2011 15:11:20
65.103.0.240



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 Re: 8N fuel pump in reply to JMOR, 11-08-2011 17:48:44  
I came across one of those Ford GPs a couple of years ago. Elderly father of a guy I sold a tractor owned it and let me have a gander at it.
It was in a dark shed so the pics could be brighter but...



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elmersooner

11-08-2011 17:31:11
69.8.51.222



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 Re: 8N fuel pump in reply to OK8N, 11-08-2011 15:38:15  
is he trying to say that it ran out of fuel, or gravity quit working in this tractor?



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JMOR

11-08-2011 16:55:12
72.181.167.250



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 Re: 8N fuel pump in reply to TheOldHokie, 11-08-2011 15:38:15  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeha ha ha ! He will never see that kind of money!



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terry/mich

11-08-2011 16:48:20
174.124.181.45



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 Re: 8N fuel pump in reply to OK8N, 11-08-2011 15:38:15  
thats alot of cash for a non running tractor!



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8N1949

11-08-2011 15:53:21
68.103.66.90



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 Re: 8N fuel pump in reply to OK8N, 11-08-2011 15:38:15  
I think the seller made a misprint on the number of years the "so-called" fuel pump went out. Just add a 4 in front of the 2, making is 42 years. Look closely and you might see a tree stump that was once a twenty foot tree had grown up under the tractor.
This post was edited by 8N1949 at 15:54:37 11/08/11.



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HCooke

11-08-2011 15:46:42
75.245.93.101



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 Re: 8N fuel pump in reply to OK8N, 11-08-2011 15:38:15  
Either gravity doesn't work in Arkansas or it has an industrial engine transplant with a fuel pump! Most likely a clogged fuel line - plus other problems.



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Bob Harvey

11-08-2011 17:02:20
204.239.42.142



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 Re: 8N fuel pump in reply to HCooke, 11-08-2011 15:46:42  
My read . Probly a Jeep (WW2) engine.



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