Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeIf it were my 9N/2N, I would mount it exactly where the first 12,500 9Ns had their voltage regulator mounted. Your newer style VR will have different mounting hole pattern than the 9N10505 VR had & different than holes in tractor casting, but it would be real easy to make a simple adapter plate. Only consideration is whether or not there is adequate space where your cut out was mounted. Because the 1939 tractors did not have the safety starter switch located just below that & thus would have more space. You will need to verify adequate space.
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