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Re: 9n hydraulics won't lower - looking for help

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12-17-2013 11:50:26

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JMOR pretty much has the lift problem covered but just for your info. The 9N was made from 1939 to 1942 and the first year is what gives it the model. So if you have a 1944 or 1945 tractor it is a 2N and should have tube type radius rods. The 9N had I-beam radius rods by the way. The 2N was made from 1942 to 1947 note the first year and model are thew same as in 42=2N. Then in 1948 the 8N came out and was built till 1952. JFYI

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Will Cotter

12-17-2013 11:54:27

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 Re: 9n hydraulics won't lower - looking for help in reply to old, 12-17-2013 11:50:26  
Hi Old,
Thanks for the info - that explains the rounded rods... I appreciate the help, I'm slowly learning more and more about what I have.
Take care,

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12-17-2013 12:14:11

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 Re: 9n hydraulics won't lower - looking for help in reply to Will Cotter, 12-17-2013 11:54:27  
Takes time and the willingness to learn. By the way down lower is a forum just for the 9N/2N/8N fords and you will get a whole lot more answers down there

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Will Cotter

12-17-2013 13:23:34

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 Re: 9n hydraulics won't lower - looking for help in reply to old, 12-17-2013 12:14:11  
Thanks Old - appreciate the help.

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