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Ford 9N, 2N & 8N Discussion Forum
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roadteck

06-30-2013 13:16:27
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there on e-bay under ford 2n generator it looks like that but don't have small bracket like the one on back of photo just has the big mount on it thanks




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JMOR

06-30-2013 13:22:37
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 Re: generator in reply to roadteck, 06-30-2013 13:16:27  
use it like that and you will end up with a generator with NO brackets (hear the cast iron break?)



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36 coupe

06-30-2013 13:52:53
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 Re: generator in reply to JMOR, 06-30-2013 13:22:37  
Ford V8 used just a single bracket 32 to 48.He may have gotten a V8 generator.



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JMOR

06-30-2013 14:04:08
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 Re: generator in reply to 36 coupe, 06-30-2013 13:52:53  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeIt was a very different bracket that he pictures



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roadteck

06-30-2013 13:39:01
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 Re: generator in reply to JMOR, 06-30-2013 13:22:37  
guess I will have to find one of those small brackets ?



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roadteck

06-30-2013 13:49:52
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 Re: generator in reply to roadteck, 06-30-2013 13:39:01  
yesterday's tractor also sells them with 1 ear on it has anyone mounted one or used one like that ?



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killroy

07-02-2013 07:56:49
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 Re: generator in reply to roadteck, 06-30-2013 13:49:52  
I just put one on my 2n, original was long time gone and it had an old 6v car gen on it. seems to work fine with one bolt, and charges well. only got a few hours on it so time will tell if it lasts. I gotta build the rear bracket one of these days, lol



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JMOR

06-30-2013 14:07:11
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 Re: generator in reply to roadteck, 06-30-2013 13:49:52  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeSince the bracket bolts on with 2 bolts, it is assumed that the buyer will use his old bracket.



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roadteck

06-30-2013 14:24:35
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 Re: generator in reply to JMOR, 06-30-2013 14:07:11  
guess I will have to make me a bracket to hold up back of generator ?



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Dell (WA)

06-30-2013 21:11:01
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 Re: generator in reply to roadteck, 06-30-2013 14:24:35  
techie........would you believe ALL the weight and forces are concentrated on the FRONT casting of the genny. NO NEED to support the back end of the 2N 6-volt genny.

Just remember to "polarize" the 2-terminal roundcan cut-off at the front of the steering column under the battery tray. Just "arc-spark" the 2-terminals together, engine OFF. I use a pair of pliers handles, but you can use bailin'warr iff'n you want. You can "re-polarize" as many times as it takes to feel warm'n'fuzzy ...er... charged.

HOWSOMEVERS: remember YOU are the voltage regulator to the 1-terminal 3rd-brush on the END casting of 11-amp 2N-genny. Adjust the 3rd brush for about 3-4 amps charge (+) on the dash panel ammeter at about 1/3-throttle. Yeah, that means some walkin'round stuff. Normally, ya don't haffta do nuttin after the original 3rd-brush setting ...unless... you have dealer installed OPTIONAL headlites. It should be intuitively obvious that when you turn yer headlites ON, ya better re-adjust the 3rd-brush for more charge ...or... yer gonna KILL yer battery. ...and... conversely re-adjust yer 3rd-brush when you turn yer headlites OFF ...or... you will BOIL the acid out and warp the lead plated and haffta buy a NEW BATTERY.

Unfortunately, all this is automatic in yer 12V Belchfire-V8 and all you ever see is the idiot lite on the dash iff'n sumptin' is wrong. ........electrical Dell

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