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Ford 9N, 2N & 8N Discussion Forum
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Dearborn post hole digger

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Okiegleaner

01-07-2013 20:58:39
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I found one of these diggers made by Danuser. The problem is the pto shaft on our Golden Jubilee has been changed to the 1 3/8" shaft and I have not been able to locate the long stabilizer pins that are needed to mount this digger. Any leads would be great.
Thanks,
John




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1951 8N

01-08-2013 18:51:12
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 Re: Dearborn post hole digger in reply to Okiegleaner, 01-07-2013 20:58:39  
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The PTO shaft on your Golden Jubliee has "NOT" been changed to the 1 3/8" shaft. The Golden Jubiliee came with the 1 3/8" PTO shaft originally back in 1953.



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Leroy

01-10-2013 05:58:19
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 Re: Dearborn post hole digger in reply to 1951 8N, 01-08-2013 18:51:12  
Our Jube-NAA had the 1 1/8" shaft.



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Ultradog MN

01-09-2013 02:37:34
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 Re: Dearborn post hole digger in reply to 1951 8N, 01-08-2013 18:51:12  
Others here know the Jubes better than I do but it seems I've read Ford made the switch to 1 3/8" somewhere in the Hundred series run.



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HCooke

01-08-2013 09:03:10
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 Re: Dearborn post hole digger in reply to Okiegleaner, 01-07-2013 20:58:39  
UD, even your red belly tractor is blue!



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Ultradog MN

01-08-2013 11:04:48
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 Re: Dearborn post hole digger in reply to HCooke, 01-08-2013 09:03:10  
Don't let those fenders fool you :)
They were my father's - only thing I have left of the 2n that he gave me when he passed.



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Richard G.

01-08-2013 05:13:40
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 Re: Dearborn post hole digger in reply to Okiegleaner, 01-07-2013 20:58:39  
We had one of those in the mid fifties used on a 52 8N. My dad would hire out to local farmers at 10 cents per hole. When I was 10, I would set the brakes on the tractor and climb up on the gearbox while it was running to add weight to make it go in hard soil. Can't believe I did not get killed or worse. Our country has plenty of rocks to deal with also. Plus, hit a root and watch it suck down, and you had to dig it out. Boy, did I wish there was a reverse on the PTO. Finally got rid of the digger a few years ago, but still use the tractor several times a week. It still has the long pins on it.
Richard in NW SC

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badger bob

01-08-2013 04:27:35
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 Re: Dearborn post hole digger in reply to Okiegleaner, 01-07-2013 20:58:39  
I have one of those augers we bough last fall and when i put it on the 2n the auger drags on the ground and its real flopy. maby iam doing some thing wrong. maby it will work better next spring. good luck with yours.Bob



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Ultradog MN

01-07-2013 23:04:01
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 Re: Dearborn post hole digger in reply to Okiegleaner, 01-07-2013 20:58:39  
Oakiegleaner,
Welcome to the N board.
First off you can buy an adapter that converts your pto shaft from 1 3/8" to 1 1/8"
See first photo.
Secondly, they do make the longer pins for attaching the arms onto the brackets under the axle.
They look just like the ones in the second pic but are about 3" long.
This site likely has both items. You can call them at 800 853-2651 and ask. (I like to support our hosts here) Otherwise Tractor Supply should have them too. I bought both items at our local Fleet Farm store.
Those Dearborn/Danusers are good units, as is anything built by Danuser. I had one for a few years but sold it in favor of a later Ford model when I went all blue.
Kind of PIA to mount on your tractor though.
If you don't find the long pins let me know.
I'm pretty sure I still have the ones I bought laying around here. Have no use for them now.
I would send them your way for the price of shipping if you need.
My email is open.

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old

01-07-2013 21:58:57
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 Re: Dearborn post hole digger in reply to Okiegleaner, 01-07-2013 20:58:39  
I have looked at this 2 or 3 times and still can not figure out what your asking. What does the standard size PTO shaft have to do with the mount pins/arms?? If the problem is that the PTO shaft on the post hole is the old 1-1/8 it as simple to go buy a replacement yoke that fits and is the 1-3/8 standard size one form most nay good farm and home place or a tractor dealer



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Ultradog MN

01-07-2013 23:18:46
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 Re: Dearborn post hole digger in reply to old, 01-07-2013 21:58:57  
Kind of hard to see much here but on those Dearborn units the main lift arms attach to your stabilizer brackets under the axle.



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