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Re: How to tell a 9n from a 2n

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01-23-2013 13:33:52
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So, radius rods looks like it's the best way to tell...the odds of finding a 2N with the I-beam type are very small.

I guess I should come clean as to why it's important for me...Well, it's actually not all that important, we aren't curing cancer here are we?

The reason is that I'm the resident "N" expert in my family...in fact, I'm the only guy I know personally that has one(and I actually have TWO).

So, when on road trips - my wife expects me to be able to tell her what model a Ford tractor is while I'm driving at highway speeds - from a distance.

The Radius Rods might help as long as the grass isn't too tall :)

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 Re: How to tell a 9n from a 2n in reply to nondem, 01-23-2013 13:33:52  
Ah but then you have the 8N so unless you can also see the wheels then it could be either the 2N or 8N so yep at highway speed can be hard to be sure. Me I do it the easy way if asked something like that. I say looks to be an N series tractor maybe we should stop and look and see if it is for sale. Bet if you said that a few times she would stop asking LOL. Or maybe you would get lucky and she would say well lets stop and see if it is for sale. I know with my wife she would say well if you have the $$ then stop. Guess that is why when a friend asked how many tractors I had today we counted them and came up with 31 all be it not all of them are whole machines

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