Differences Between the Ford 9N and 8N
By popular request, we are listing here the main differences between the Ford 9N and the Ford 8N. You may find
that your tractor is a "hybrid" due to the fact that the parts are very interchangeable.
|Clutch & Left Brake on Left Side
||Both Brakes on Right Side
|Has Post for Foot Rests (or Running Boards which Hang from the Foot Rest)
||Has Running Boards attached to Transmission
|Throttle Comes Up out of the Middle of the Steering Column
||Throttle Comes Out Near the Base of the Steering Wheel
|Does Not have Louvered Door for Air Breather
||Does have Louvered Door for Air Breather
|Has Front-Mount Distributor
||Could have Front or Side-Mount Distributor
|Serial Number on Left Side of Engine Starts with "9N"
||Serial Number on Left Side of Engine Starts with "8N"
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