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Re: What is norrmal on th 9N/2N

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10-04-2013 18:17:27

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Check out John Smith's site for lots of information on the aux transmissions. John's Site

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John Ayres

10-08-2013 06:14:31

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 Re: What is norrmal on th 9N/2N in reply to Royse, 10-04-2013 18:17:27  
There is nothing I can find on the lever for the left side there.

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10-08-2013 16:31:37

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 Re: What is norrmal on th 9N/2N in reply to John Ayres, 10-08-2013 06:14:31  
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Left side is the very first picture on the page.
Sherman step-up, same handle as your picture.

Can't really rule out 9N from the oval radius rods, they can be swapped.

Not much difference in 9N/2N, you can check the serial number,
but engines can be swapped too.

Date codes on the castings will tell you if you really want to know for sure.

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Tiger Joe

10-08-2013 06:24:43

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 Re: What is norrmal on th 9N/2N in reply to John Ayres, 10-08-2013 06:14:31  
looks like a sherman lever to me. check out this site for a few pics:

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John Ayres

10-08-2013 05:46:28

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 Re: What is norrmal on th 9N/2N in reply to Royse, 10-04-2013 18:17:27  

Here are three pictures of what I have . The serial number will require work as I can't see anything without steel wool. The lever on the right appears to be a Howard trans as it does have a rototiller attached to it. Anyone know what the lever on the left for the PTO is as it is pre tranny? I know it has two speeds for the PTO with nuetral in the middle however not clear what it might be from Smihts site. Also this tractor is painted red with 9/2N rear wheels/pedals however from the oval beams can we rule out 9N?

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