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Ford 9N, 2N & 8N Discussion Forum
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Re: Yeah, I went and done it now...

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Elvin Frank

03-10-2013 18:17:07
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It is supposed to be in the bottom hole, if you put it in the top and hit a root or rock or something else that dont give you stand a chance of either breaking the rocker or tearing the big spring clean off the housing, dont know enough about it to say why it worked better but I do know that ground engaging equipment belongs in the bottome hole, look at it this way, a 9n will pull any plow an 8n will and it has a 1 hole rocker, plowing is an art especially setting one where it will plow correctly and easily.

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 Re: Yeah, I went and done it now... in reply to Elvin Frank, 03-10-2013 18:17:07  
Yikes, I did hit a lot of roots over on the side by the trees. maybe that was why the bogging down so bad. It was easier in the middle and closer side. Lots of rocks around here but not many bigger than a basketball, I hope it don't break something. I will do as ya'll said and use the bottom hole next. I always thought the top or middle hole was for farming with plows and things like that and the bottom hole was safe with the box blade and bush hogging. :oops: So what is the top and middle hole used for?

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