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Interesting pics from Game Camera

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Hank ABAB

01-28-2014 14:50:54
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Trying to post 3 pics at once.
2 are from my Game Camera at the farm.

One is my 1949 8N with ORIGINAL rubber.
I am the second owner.
I still drive it with these tires!

Hope these pictures come through.

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ASEguy

01-29-2014 03:46:51
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 Re: Interesting pics from Game Camera in reply to Hank ABAB, 01-28-2014 14:50:54  
I didn't know the Ford script was supposed to be painted. I'll do that when it warms a bit. Are the headlight backs gray? Thanks for posting. Gerard



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JimB2

01-28-2014 16:15:53
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 Re: Interesting pics from Game Camera in reply to Hank ABAB, 01-28-2014 14:50:54  
Hi Hank,
That 8N brings back memories. We had one that we used in the early 1950s. We also had an IH SC with loader, mower, cultivators. 8N was used as a utility tractor, raking hay, running the forage blower, hauling wagons and hauling logs in the winter in the woodlot.
PS don't try going on a slippery side hill with those style of tires without chains!!!

JimB



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Bryce Frazier

01-28-2014 16:03:11
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 Re: Interesting pics from Game Camera in reply to Hank ABAB, 01-28-2014 14:50:54  
Miller Tire actually sells a tire that looks just like that. It says that it is the original tread for Fords. Bryce



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Larry@stinescorner

01-28-2014 15:27:23
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 Re: Interesting pics from Game Camera in reply to Hank ABAB, 01-28-2014 14:50:54  
dont paint that tractor,,,it is fantastic as is!!!!!



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Hank ABAB

01-28-2014 15:38:25
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 Re: Interesting pics from Game Camera in reply to Larry@stinescorner, 01-28-2014 15:27:23  

Larry, I don't plan to paint it.

I used to see a lot of arguments about "correct colors" of different parts of the 8N.

I will try to upload a picture of the paint on the end of the rear wheel studs and the rear wheel nuts.

I am the 2nd owner, and bought it off an older lady.

I am positive that no part of this tractor has ever been painted or touched up, as you will see from the picture.

Note the paint color on the nuts and studs.

I know this will likely bring out the "color police", but you can see for yourself.

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JimB2

01-28-2014 16:52:54
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 Re: Interesting pics from Game Camera in reply to Hank ABAB, 01-28-2014 15:38:25  
Hank, the 8N colors are just as I remember them. The only thing missing is the black differential oil streaks on the hubs. We had to change the rear axle seals on ours to keep the diff grease from leaking onto the brake drums.
Amazing that the original tires are still holding up. What brand are they?

JimB



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Hank ABAB

01-28-2014 18:03:43
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 Re: Interesting pics from Game Camera in reply to JimB2, 01-28-2014 16:52:54  
Jim, they are FIRESTONE tires.



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John_PA

01-28-2014 15:16:47
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 Re: Interesting pics from Game Camera in reply to Hank ABAB, 01-28-2014 14:50:54  
You might want to get in touch with a company like m. e. Miller tire, or any other vintage tire company. They would drool over the opportunity to mold those!



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Danofarming

01-28-2014 15:10:57
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 Re: Interesting pics from Game Camera in reply to Hank ABAB, 01-28-2014 14:50:54  
How did you get the ford to hold still that long!



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Hank ABAB

01-28-2014 15:15:51
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 Re: Interesting pics from Game Camera in reply to Danofarming, 01-28-2014 15:10:57  

I just brought it home in that picture.
Also got the Dearborn disk with it at that time.

Still using the 6 volt system also.



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Kornfused

01-28-2014 17:20:29
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 Re: Interesting pics from Game Camera in reply to Hank ABAB, 01-28-2014 15:15:51  

heres my dearborn disc model 11-61 and serial # 6438.



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