Posted by AppleAttic on December 20, 2012 at 14:48:54 from (18.104.22.168):
I inherited a running 8N when my father passed away a few years ago. It is in pretty rough shape. Problem is it has a 9N engine in it, which I found out when looking for the serial number on the block behind the oil filter. So many parts are before or after a specific serial number. How do I determine which parts to get? Dad always told me the tractor was a "48.
Parts I need include parts for the steering box(early 4-bolt style) and hydraulic parts as the drawbar drops over time when the tractor is not running. Will also need front spindle bearings and seals, and undoubtedly more stuff as I get into repairs.
Am a novice at this, so any help would be appreciated.
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