. I am having a hard time installing my grill. Part of my problem is that my dog legs are both rusted bad. Could some post up or email me a close up picture of is area. And maybe one of how the top tabs attach. Thank you
Re: 8n gill on 9n tractor in reply to Petey156, 10-28-2012 18:48:31
Are you trying to install a 8N original grill or an after market 8N grill on a 9N? Here is a picture of the lower part of a '43' 2N dogleg. Is this what you were looking for? The hole at the bottom of the dogleg is where the grill should bolt to the dogleg. It takes a 5/16 fine thread bolt 3/4 inch long.
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