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Ford 9N, 2N & 8N Discussion Forum
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WW2N

01-25-2014 16:06:31




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1952 Ford 8N,I am replacing the lower left arm support shaft can find the part but can't find the Castlelated nut and the nut that holds the swivel ball on the shaft.The swivel ball is shot. Can the weld on lift arm piece be used on the lower shaft support?




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Hobo,NC

01-26-2014 05:56:38




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 Re: Parts questions??? in reply to Fuddy Duddy, 01-25-2014 16:06:31  
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Whut he said and to add I don't think the original (inner) was 3/4" but the replacements are check the new pin before you tear into it... The outer is still 5/8....



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WW2N

01-25-2014 21:38:45




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 Re: Parts questions??? in reply to WW2N, 01-25-2014 16:06:31  
Thanks all



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Bob

01-25-2014 17:42:29




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 Re: Parts questions??? in reply to WW2N, 01-25-2014 16:06:31  
Inner castle nut... 3/4"-16 TPI (NF) (NH #351129S) (DEERE #J13155)

Outer nut = 5/8", 18 TPI (NF) (NH #55757S7) (DEERE #14H950)

Should be pretty common Fastenal, or even hardware store stuff, if the local NH or DEERE dealer don't have 'em!



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WW2N

01-25-2014 21:41:11




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 Re: Parts questions??? in reply to Bob, 01-25-2014 17:42:29  
Good enough.



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jon

01-25-2014 17:24:23




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 Re: Parts questions??? in reply to WW2N, 01-25-2014 16:06:31  
Just 8 ns has the Castle Nut for $1.05.

Part 356087-S



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jon

01-25-2014 17:23:47




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 Re: ford 3000 oil in reply to WW2N, 01-25-2014 16:06:31  
I believe the early gas models used less oil... Later ones all used one oil pan, the bigger one.



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jon

01-25-2014 17:23:36




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 Re: ford 3000 oil in reply to WW2N, 01-25-2014 16:06:31  
I believe the early gas models used less oil... Later ones all used one oil pan, the bigger one.



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jon

01-25-2014 17:22:41




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 Re: ford 172 head gasket in reply to WW2N, 01-25-2014 16:06:31  
Ya I pulled manifold off. I could see coolant sitting on some of the valves.



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Texas!

01-25-2014 16:59:34




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 Re: Parts questions??? in reply to WW2N, 01-25-2014 16:06:31  
Are you looking for the castle nuts using the old Ford part number? Any auto parts/hardware store should have them. You just need the correct thread diameter and pitch such as 7/16"-20 or 1/2"-20.



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soundguy

01-25-2014 16:15:07




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 Re: Parts questions??? in reply to WW2N, 01-25-2014 16:06:31  
if the weld on arm end works for the implement end.. it will work for the support end. that or you can get another arm..e tc.

on the castle nt. in an emergency.. you can always make one.

i've made castle nuts for tie rod ends plety of times. just takes a vice and a say blade or die grinder / cutoff wheel to notch a nut.. etc.

I'd do that before holding up a project too long if I needed the tractor.

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ASEguy

01-26-2014 04:51:42




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 Re: Parts questions??? in reply to soundguy, 01-25-2014 16:15:07  
Never even considered doing that. Good tip. I always save good parts like castle nuts, tie rod boots "etc". Learned a long time ago my tool box needed a junk drawer.



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soundguy

01-27-2014 06:11:11




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 Re: Parts questions??? in reply to ASEguy, 01-26-2014 04:51:42  
deffinately. I have coffee cans full of that kind of stuff. just never know when you will need one. even if it is a temp fix till a new part arrives.



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