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Ford 9N, 2N & 8N Discussion Forum
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this is my 8N

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sHan tn

09-19-2012 11:34:25
173.84.207.180



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its not pretty but it does the job (most of the time lol) i have to look up the number to see for sure but they said it was a 1948 with a number of *8N188042

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1951 8N

09-20-2012 15:40:09
173.189.129.62



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 Re: this is my 8N in reply to sHan tn, 09-19-2012 11:34:25  
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You could have a screw on shift knob with a front mount distributor if it was a 1950, but it would also have the newer streering box which his doesn't have.



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soundguy

09-20-2012 08:32:02
173.104.45.108



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 Re: this is my 8N in reply to sHan tn, 09-19-2012 11:34:25  
looks fine to me.

looks like a later screw on trans knob.. but is a front mount dizzy.



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Roger in Iowa

09-20-2012 07:53:23
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 Re: this is my 8N in reply to sHan tn, 09-19-2012 11:34:25  
I have the heavy duty version. It has a double vee belt with the bonded backside. Original belt was crap. Vee pieces came out in chunks but it WAS NOT WARRANTY per TSC as belts are not warranted!

Replaced belt with known supplier and it is starting to chunk out after several years.

No problem with wheels/tires except zerk fittings.

Have failed one blade spindle shaft and bearings.

I mow in first, second and third depending on grass height, but with throttle over the upper screw.

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Jimbo's 8n

09-20-2012 03:20:47
198.234.106.20



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 Re: this is my 8N in reply to sHan tn, 09-19-2012 11:34:25  
I mow in 3rd gear as well. I bought the same mower (6" kingkutter) brand new this past june and so far have had 2 tires seperate from the wheel on it. Was just wondering if you had any problems. (Also the replacement wheels sold at TSC will not fit it. Had to order them from kingkutter direct.



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sHan tn

09-20-2012 09:23:09
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 Re: this is my 8N in reply to Jimbo's 8n, 09-20-2012 03:20:47  
no trouble out of it other than there is a weld broke on the right arm for the wheel, il weld it back and all is well, its 3 years old and the tires are holding up well 1 goes flat every now and then



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Jimbo's 8n

09-20-2012 10:23:58
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 Re: this is my 8N in reply to sHan tn, 09-20-2012 09:23:09  
Wish my mower had the inflatable tires. Mine are solid rubber and once they come off the rim, you"ll never get them back on.



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sHan tn

09-20-2012 11:30:35
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 Re: this is my 8N in reply to Jimbo's 8n, 09-20-2012 10:23:58  
if they are hollow rubber wheels take the tire off and drill a hole in the rim for a tube and put it back together :)



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Jimbo's 8n

09-21-2012 01:02:23
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 Re: this is my 8N in reply to sHan tn, 09-20-2012 11:30:35  
Thanks, but unfortunately they"re solid rubber tires.



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mgriff543

09-19-2012 14:09:50
67.142.177.27



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 Re: this is my 8N in reply to sHan tn, 09-19-2012 11:34:25  
Nice tractor, You mow in third gear? Wow you're a braver man then I :D
Mike



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Britcheflee

09-20-2012 22:28:53
67.187.170.181



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 Re: this is my 8N in reply to mgriff543, 09-19-2012 14:09:50  
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I agree on my rough bumpy and hilly property I would think 3rd would be rather scary - 2nd for me cruising along.

lee



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sHan tn

09-19-2012 15:54:14
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 Re: this is my 8N in reply to mgriff543, 09-19-2012 14:09:50  
yes all the time it does just great. sometimes i run it in second if the grass is too tall or the blades are dull, other than that its 3rd and less than half throttle



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jackinok

09-19-2012 11:54:01
162.58.82.136



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 Re: this is my 8N in reply to sHan tn, 09-19-2012 11:34:25  
looks far better than any of mine!



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Athrawn17

09-19-2012 11:38:04
198.174.110.146



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 Re: this is my 8N in reply to sHan tn, 09-19-2012 11:34:25  
I have the same mower on mine. Do you notice any bog on the tractor when you get into some longer grass?



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sHan tn

09-19-2012 11:44:10
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 Re: this is my 8N in reply to Athrawn17, 09-19-2012 11:38:04  
if the grass gets any taller then 6-8" it starts to bog down some so i just up the throttle and take it down to second gear and it does fine, its a 6' mower so its a tad big for it but for mowing "yard grass" like i do it works great.



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