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JT

03-19-2003 14:18:02




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I hope for a quick answer. I have a chance to buy a 12 volt 1952 8N Ford for $2100 from the second owner. Tires are good, the metal is good and it runs great. The only thing that I am concerned about is that the crankshaft pulley that the fan belt goes around has a slight wobble. It feels good and tight and he says that he has never had any trouble with it. Is this uncommon for an older tractor? Should I be concerned? The oil looks good? appreciate any advise. 2873 hours JT

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bud franklin

03-21-2003 19:22:56




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 Re: 8N Ford in reply to JT, 03-19-2003 14:18:02  
I HAVE A 51 8n and my pulley also wobbles. I`ve had no problems with it. Thats a good price for a good tractor.



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John IA

03-19-2003 16:29:51




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 Re: 8N Ford in reply to JT, 03-19-2003 14:18:02  
JT, Is it a cast or tin pulley? It doesn't sound like a bad price. And if the pulley happens to be a tin one, it's probably bent. You could get more advice on the N-board. John



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