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Ford 9N, 2N & 8N Discussion Forum
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9N 8N hubs.

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Richard from SE AZ

12-24-2013 16:07:08
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Just wondering, why is it that I see so many 9N, 2Ns with 8N hubs? Is there an advantage or what?




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Ken(Ark)

12-25-2013 10:34:56
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 Re: 9N 8N hubs. in reply to Richard from SE AZ, 12-24-2013 16:07:08  
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I have 15's with green slime added . Every once and awhile I see a spot of green when I am bush hoggin but still no flats .

The tractor had Ford Truck hubs (40's ?) so finding spare tires is a breeze .



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old

12-24-2013 17:21:45
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 Re: 9N 8N hubs. in reply to Richard from SE AZ, 12-24-2013 16:07:08  
The newer 6 bolt hole rims are a whole lot easier to find plus the 16 inch rims let you use a wider tire so that you do not have the problem with the tires cutting ruts etc



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arnold z

12-24-2013 16:14:40
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 Re: 9N 8N hubs. in reply to Richard from SE AZ, 12-24-2013 16:07:08  
Mostly so they can get rid of the skinny 19" tires and use wider 16s.



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Colin King

12-25-2013 09:47:06
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 Re: 9N 8N hubs. in reply to arnold z, 12-24-2013 16:14:40  
Would never trade out my 19s for 16s. 19s make plowing and for nimble overall handling.

Colin, MN



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HCooke

12-25-2013 10:21:23
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 Re: 9N 8N hubs. in reply to Colin King, 12-25-2013 09:47:06  
Agree. I have one 8N with 16" tires. Much harder to steer than the 19" wheels. If you have a loader or or going to mow the front lawn, 16" wheels may be an advantage.



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Hobo,NC

12-25-2013 17:23:40
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 Re: 9N 8N hubs. in reply to HCooke, 12-25-2013 10:21:23  
My experience is reverse,,, I would never run 19" unless it was a show tractor... All my workers have 16" and I have not broke a hand yet... I have had a few N's with 19" try to break a hand when they hit the least little obstruction...

None of my N's steer hard with 16" tractor tars.



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Colin King

12-25-2013 10:33:58
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 Re: 9N 8N hubs. in reply to HCooke, 12-25-2013 10:21:23  
Definitely! I've been toying with the idea of getting a finish mower and I would want 16s on the 2N then.

Colin



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Richard from SE AZ

12-24-2013 21:42:55
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 Re: 9N 8N hubs. in reply to arnold z, 12-24-2013 16:14:40  
Seems to me that it would be easier to do what a PO did to my 2N and that was cut out the centers and weld in 15" car rims. My 2n had old steel belted radials on the 15s when I bought it 12 yrs ago. Still has them and even with all the thorny mesquite on my property I have never had one go flat.



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old

12-25-2013 17:54:33
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 Re: 9N 8N hubs. in reply to Richard from SE AZ, 12-24-2013 21:42:55  
Ya the steel belts in those tires stop the thorns real well.



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