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Re: 9n fire

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08-12-2013 19:19:06

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9N, 2N and 8N engine will bolt up to any of them and work just fine. Big thing on one that has burned is things when hot like to crack and gasket like to go bye bye etc. If the price it right it maybe worth the gamble. So now the question since you say your in MO where you at?? I am at the Lake of the Ozarks

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08-12-2013 19:28:56

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 Re: 9n fire in reply to old, 08-12-2013 19:19:06  
Old,I live around the Wentzville area and the person that has the 9n is only asking scrap price. I guess you were getting lots of rain recently hope your staying dry. I don't like to see tractors go to the scrap yards if it has a good axle and trans. Larry

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08-12-2013 19:43:50

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 Re: 9n fire in reply to LarryNMO, 08-12-2013 19:28:56  
Ya I have 30 plus tractors here . Many run or could be made run pretty easy and then I have a good number of parts tractor that sit in the fence row. I would prefer one to sit in the fence row then go to China to be sent back some day as bullets like Japan did in 1941

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08-12-2013 19:51:31

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 Re: 9n fire in reply to old, 08-12-2013 19:43:50  
That could very well happen in the not to distant future. They (China) have cities that have no one living there. Their bubble is about to burst like ours did, only worse.

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08-13-2013 09:40:08

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 Re: 9n fire in reply to LarryNMO, 08-12-2013 19:51:31  
Ya I agree but the sad thing is many people do not see the light at the end of the tunnel which is not a good light but a big bang light. Another good reason to collect fire arms in my book

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08-13-2013 20:12:26

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 Re: 9n fire in reply to old, 08-13-2013 09:40:08  
Thanks for all the feedback. I found out today that the tractor did get sent to the scrap yard, I guess he was in a hurry to get his $280. Buttttt,............ I guess my luck held out. I found a 2n that had just been rebuilt and for some reason it had electrical issues and the were tired of messing with it and got it for a good price $500, has real good rubber on the rear.

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