Posted by ron,ar on November 01, 2012 at 19:54:16 from (18.104.22.168):
I stopped and looked at a tractor that had a for sale sign on it. The sign read ..1948 8N $2000. It looked good and I had a trade in mind for it til I noticed something. It had the brake pedals on opposite sides, and they were round rod type instead of the flat ones like my 8N is. Also no flat running boards for foot rests. It was a 3 speed trans and the instrument panel and steering gear were differnet than the later models. I went inside and talked to the guy that was selling it and he was addament that it was an 8n and a 48 model at that. He also aid it was the original engine which eliminated my argument that it was a 2N or 9N with 8N engine and serial number. It had the older style wheels too, but had new rubber all around. I have an 8N, 2 of em in fact and that ain"t like mine. What distinguishes the 2N from the 9N?
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