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Ford 9N, 2N & 8N Discussion Forum
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loader on 2n

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kelly boy

01-15-2014 13:53:23
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I have a 2N and have acquired a wagner fel for it. I understand I can run it off the 3pt test port but would rather have a separate hydraulic pump on the front. Anyone have any info on what pump, drive shaft, control levers to buy? or if there is a kit I could buy? I have read a lot of post telling people not to do it because they are a bear to run. If that is your only input you have to offer spare me. I'm sorry you couldn't handle it pumpkin. any help would be greatly appreciated.

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old

01-15-2014 17:53:07
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 Re: loader on 2n in reply to kelly boy, 01-15-2014 13:53:23  
I just looked for it. As of right now it is on Tractor talk page 2 the very last post so it will not be long and it will be on page 3



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Ultradog MN

01-15-2014 17:04:43
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 Re: loader on 2n in reply to kelly boy, 01-15-2014 13:53:23  
I just found your post on Tractor Talk and your comment about just using the tractor/loader for sawmill work.
In that case, disregard my earlier post and go for it.



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kelly boy

01-15-2014 17:26:51
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 Re: loader on 2n in reply to Ultradog MN, 01-15-2014 17:04:43  
Thanks ultradog, I couldn't find my post from yesterday.



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TheOldHokie

01-15-2014 15:15:15
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 Re: loader on 2n in reply to kelly boy, 01-15-2014 13:53:23  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see

A lot of what you need depends on teh exact model and what if any of the mounting hardware comes with it. If it is a trip bucket and no pump likely a WM1 which was designed to run off teh tractor's test port. That means you will have to fabricate a pump mount in addition to acquiring teh other bits. I can provide a turnkey package to do it if you decide that rolling your own is to difficult: N-series pumps

Feel free to call or email if you want additional guidance - I talk for free and only charge if you actually buy something ;-)

TOH

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kelly boy

01-15-2014 17:32:54
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 Re: loader on 2n in reply to TheOldHokie, 01-15-2014 15:15:15  
good stuff Hogie. Might have to take you up on the free talk and $ for a kit.



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old

01-15-2014 15:10:21
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 Re: loader on 2n in reply to kelly boy, 01-15-2014 13:53:23  
You asked this on one of the other forums yesterday I believe and you where told and even given pictures of how to do the front crank shaft driven pump so I would go find your other post and have a look see at it since you got your answers there



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kelly boy

01-15-2014 17:29:31
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 Re: loader on 2n in reply to old, 01-15-2014 15:10:21  
sorry Old, couldn't find my original



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old

01-15-2014 17:46:31
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 Re: loader on 2n in reply to kelly boy, 01-15-2014 17:29:31  
No big deal all I was doing is pointing out that you had good answers there already



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kelly boy

01-15-2014 17:11:44
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 Re: loader on 2n in reply to old, 01-15-2014 15:10:21  
Never got any E-mails from yesterday and can't find my original post. but thanks for your help.



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old

01-15-2014 17:48:15
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 Re: loader on 2n in reply to kelly boy, 01-15-2014 17:11:44  
You have to make sure you click the box that says e-mail notification or you will not get any. If I remember right you asked on the tractor forum at the top and most like it is now on page 2 or 3



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Bruce (VA)

01-15-2014 14:56:53
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 Re: loader on 2n in reply to kelly boy, 01-15-2014 13:53:23  
" If that is your only input you have to offer spare me."

There is a reason people will tell you that. It's called experience.

So, while you are buying $500-800 worth of parts that you think you need (pump, drive shaft, control levers) don't forget to buy a later model oil pan because loader use causes them to crack, along w/ front wheel bearings, 16" tires & rims and a new center axle.

And when you are done, you will learn how to make a small fortune fixing up old tractors: start w/ a large one.

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kelly boy

01-15-2014 17:16:05
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 Re: loader on 2n in reply to Bruce (VA), 01-15-2014 14:56:53  
Thanks Bruce, big help



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Kirk-NJ

01-15-2014 14:26:06
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 Re: loader on 2n in reply to kelly boy, 01-15-2014 13:53:23  
Probably best to go to the other N tractor site and check out the manual. You will also need a pulley and maybe a resevior if not in the loaders frame. You didn't state which model loader you have. Did you get all the brackets for it?

Kirk



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Ultradog MN

01-15-2014 14:08:30
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 Re: loader on 2n in reply to kelly boy, 01-15-2014 13:53:23  
I'm not going to tell you not to do it.
I will tell you if I only had one tractor I definately would not want a loader on it.
I did have a loader tractor for a few years but got rid of it.
Loader makes a behemoth out of it for plowing, discing, mowing and other jobs.
If your purpose for building this loader tractor is because you need a loader about 75% of the time then by all means do it. Then again, I would look for a model that had power steering.
But that's just me.
I have gotten along pretty well these last few years with a boom pole, front snow plow, back blade and rear scoop instead of a loader.
And my tractor stays light, lithe and nimble for other puropses.

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