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Re: 1947 2n pics

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02-03-2013 12:10:41

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Nice looking machine!

I have running boards on my 2N that are hung similarly.

Mine have a hook like that over the foot peg, and another hook like

that over the brake rod.
I was worried about them hanging on the brake rod, but they've been
that way for years now without causing problems, so I left them alone.

The hooks on both ends just have a bolt ran through them with a lock nut
keep them from lifting/bouncing up off the pegs. They're not tightened down.

If you have fuel flow trouble the filter might be something to check, but
if it ain't broke don't fix it until it is! :)

That bumper looks like it may be an original riveted one.

That alone would be a pretty nice score!

Happy tractoring!

P.S. What is that "box" below the radius rod at the front of the running
board? Looks like it may have been part of a mount for an implement?

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02-03-2013 12:19:54

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 Re: 1947 2n pics in reply to Royse, 02-03-2013 12:10:41  
it is the hook up for a side mower they are on both sides L brackets actually the running boards are made from an old truck running board I picked fuel filter is gone

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