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Ford 9N, 2N & 8N Discussion Board

Re: New Project

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Posted by 1951 8N on November 19, 2012 at 18:59:43 from (

In Reply to: New Project posted by russb wa on November 18, 2012 at 17:36:04:

JCinKY said: So I drug in another mutt 8N today. Dads been looking for one to bush hog with and this one came with a 5' cutter and 6' blade. Its been converted to 12v but currently doesn't run, wiring is a mess. I'll be needing those famous JMOR diagrams.

Serial number 248321, governor has proofmeter attach but wrong dash and no gauge. Got the one piece cast shifter and one hat and one six loop Ferguson wheel. Even has a newer Massey op gauge, kinda cool looking but has to go.

My question concerns a small 3/4"(?) hole in the bell housing right behind the air cleaner close to the battery tray. Haven't been around one with the timing cover, but this can't possibly be for timing. Any ideas???

I'll put some pics up over the holiday.

Why do you call it a mutt? Serial number 8N248321 would be a front mount distributor. Only side mount distributor tractors had the proofmeter from the factory. The one piece shifter would be original too. The hole in the right side of the bellhousing may be from a Hupp or F&T transmission. It either has one or had one at one time maybe.

This post was edited by 1951 8N at 19:00:01 11/19/12.


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