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Re: 9n or 2n fenders

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Ultradog MN

01-24-2014 11:28:05

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And I think the Jube/NAAs

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Bruce (VA)

01-24-2014 12:00:18

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 Re: 9n or 2n fenders in reply to Ultradog MN, 01-24-2014 11:28:05  
Yep. Same fenders

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Ron in nb

01-24-2014 12:29:27

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 Re: 9n or 2n fenders in reply to Bruce (VA), 01-24-2014 12:00:18  
besides the script the fender it self does not go all the way down to the mounting points. it stops about 6 or 7" short and a different part finishes it down to the axle housing

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Ultradog MN

01-24-2014 12:39:49

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 Re: 9n or 2n fenders in reply to Ron in nb, 01-24-2014 12:29:27  
Might they be Hundred series fenders? Or 01/early Thousand series fenders?
Ford used two different types between the end of the NAAs and 3 cylinder tractors that had the Ford Script.

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Bruce (VA)

01-24-2014 12:32:02

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 Re: 9n or 2n fenders in reply to Ron in nb, 01-24-2014 12:29:27  
Sounds to me that it rusted out & someone patched it. N fenders were 2 parts; the frame & the skin. Can you post a pic?

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Ron in nb

01-24-2014 12:38:20

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 Re: 9n or 2n fenders in reply to Bruce (VA), 01-24-2014 12:32:02  
sorry no pics but they did look funny to me. I thought they were for a 9n or maybe an 8n

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