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Re: 9N Differential???

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08-24-2013 06:31:17

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Would jacking the tractor up and see if the wheels turn like they should? Would that give an indication if the rivets gave way?


I have never had that problem (yet) but I agree the coupler would be suspect #1.

I would pray that the coupler would be the issue...

If the coupler is turning the pinion the left axle trumpet is coming off...
Question for everyone has anyone ever seen a broke axle on a 9,2N even a 8N as far as that goes...

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08-24-2013 15:54:43

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 Re: 9N Differential??? in reply to Hobo,NC, 08-24-2013 06:31:17  
I have a Ferguson TO 20 differential in the barn that has a broken axle.The broken axle has been replaced once before.It had a junk yard # on it written with a yellow paint stick.So thats the second broken axle for that tractor.The differential gear case is cracked.The TO20 was built with 9N blueprints.So it has the same weakness in the axles.You can break 9n2n 8n axls, just ask the man who ownes one.

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08-24-2013 14:03:45

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 Re: 9N Differential??? in reply to Hobo,NC, 08-24-2013 06:31:17  
here's one right here: there were more.. i diodn't feel like continuing to dig.. point made...

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08-24-2013 13:55:27

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 Re: 9N Differential??? in reply to Hobo,NC, 08-24-2013 06:31:17  
there have been posts on this very forum that turned out to be roke axles. Not common.. but they have been here.

Might have been during your vacation?

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