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Re: Well the wife going to be impressed!

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04-11-2013 17:41:14

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If I were you I would talk to your Ford collector friends.

That's an early 9N rear end, and those smooth rear hubs
(without rivets) are sought after quite highly.

Hard to say exactly what year without looking at it up close.

Tin looks newer, but the tin and engine are easily changed.

Looks like someone tried to make their own duals?

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04-11-2013 18:01:21

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 Re: Well the wife going to be impressed! in reply to Royse, 04-11-2013 17:41:14  
Yes it does have one old style axle hub the other has been replaced. Serial on the block says it's a 1940. As far as the dual thing I don't know there are spacers about 1 1/4" between the rim and nut. I can tell you I'm not real impressed with the foot pegs and no foot board about took the boy's out trying to get off!

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04-11-2013 19:19:42

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 Re: Well the wife going to be impressed! in reply to Super Trucker, 04-11-2013 18:01:21  
I was going to ask - what do you do with your feet on that thing? Nice looking tractor!!

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04-12-2013 03:15:33

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 Re: Well the wife going to be impressed! in reply to PJH, 04-11-2013 19:19:42  
Our '39 9N didn't have footboards either. Dad put me on that to pull the binder when I was 8 years old. I went barefoot all summer in those years, but had to put on shoes as my feet got too hot from the transmission.

I spent a lot of hours on that 9N with a mounted cutlivator digging up Quack Grass roots to kill the grass. I had to dig it at least once a week to bring up the roots top dry, as there were no chemicals to kill plants in those days.

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