Topic: Re: 2N vs 8N power and carburetion
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There was supposed to be a slight HP improvement in the 8N over the 2N/9N,
but I thought it had more to do with domed pistons.
I think you're right on the money with wear and maintenance.
I have a 9N out here that I believe would out pull either of my 8N's if I
could keep the front wheels on the ground.
Oddly enough, that seems to be its downfall. I can lift and haul more
on the 3PT pallet forks with either 8N without lifting the front end. :?
The 9N has the 4 x 19 tires on it, so I don't want to weight the front.
I just use a different tractor when needed.
Anyway, I think they're powered just right for what they were intended.
As UD said, if you need more HP, you may need a different tractor.
Hey, who doesn't need more than one? :lol:
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