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Jubilee vs. Golden Jubilee vs. NAA

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MU Tom

05-13-2003 08:11:29




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I rarely see the Jubilee referenced in these discussions. The reference is either the 8N, 9N, Golden Jubilee or the NAA. The NAA seems to be referenced in conjunction with the 'Golden Jubilee'. Questions:
1. Is the Jubilee and the Golden Jubilee the same thing? 2. Is the NAA and the Jubilee the same thing?
3. When looking for parts, should I be looking specifically for the Jubilee? Or will the NAA or Golden Jubliee sufice?

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Tom

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Bumpkin

05-13-2003 12:12:56




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 Re: Jubilee vs. Golden Jubilee vs. NAA in reply to MU Tom, 05-13-2003 08:11:29  
Hi Tom

If you haven't yet you might think about getting yourself the reprinted manuals for your Jube. You can get the Owners Manual, Service Manual and Parts Manual as well as the FO-19 service manual. Tons of info as well as exploded views of every part of the tractor complete with the original part numbers. Check out the market place above to the left.

Best hundred bucks I've spent on mine so far. Except for mebbe the electronic ignition.

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raytasch

05-13-2003 09:02:09




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 Re: Jubilee vs. Golden Jubilee vs. NAA in reply to MU Tom, 05-13-2003 08:11:29  
1.The Jubilee and the Golden Jubilee are the same.
2.The Jubilee is an NAA. An NAA is not neccessarily a Jubilee.
3.You would be safe in ordering parts for an NAA unless you are ordering the nose emblem. The one on the Jubilee says "Golden Jubilee Model" and "1903 to 1953". The nose cone on a 1954 NAA has stars in place of the above Golden Jubilee wording. Some folks call the hundred series "Jubilees" but that does not make them a Jubilee.
hth,
ray

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brianf

05-13-2003 19:13:10




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 Re: Re: Jubilee vs. Golden Jubilee vs. NAA in reply to raytasch, 05-13-2003 09:02:09  
How would one distinquish a hundred series tractor (namely the 600 series) from the NAA/Jubilee. I'm looking at a '54 Ford tractor and have it narrowed down to one of the 3. I will take another look in the next couple of days for more distinguishing features.



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H Otis.

05-14-2003 06:18:12




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 Re: Re: Re: Jubilee vs. Golden Jubilee vs. NAA in reply to brianf, 05-13-2003 19:13:10  
The only tractor Ford made in 1954 was the NAA.



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Jim.UT

05-14-2003 12:19:32




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Jubilee vs. Golden Jubilee vs. NAA in reply to H Otis., 05-14-2003 06:18:12  
Well we can split hairs on that issue. It's true that the NAA was the only tractor offered by Ford for the '54 model year, but the first 10,600 Hundred series tractors were built before 12/31/54 even though they were technically '55 models.



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raytasch

05-14-2003 15:29:12




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Jubilee vs. Golden Jubilee vs. NAA in reply to Jim.UT, 05-14-2003 12:19:32  
Yep, You are right, Jim; and we can say technically the early Jubilees were built in 1952 to be released as a 1953 Golden Jubilee edition.
ray



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Jim.UT

05-13-2003 21:55:51




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 Re: Re: Re: Jubilee vs. Golden Jubilee vs. NAA in reply to brianf, 05-13-2003 19:13:10  
From 20 feet away you can tell a Jubilee/NAA from a 600 by looking at the rear hub. The Jubilee/NAA will have a big axle nut and the 600 will not have a nut, but rather a smooth hub.

Another potential visual cue will be the hydraulic lines from the pump to the reservoir. The Jubilee/NAA will have two separate lines, the 600 will have a one piece aluminum manifold.

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Tommy (TX)

05-13-2003 19:49:26




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 Re: Re: Re: Jubilee vs. Golden Jubilee vs. NAA in reply to brianf, 05-13-2003 19:13:10  
There will be a model number and serial number on the flat space above the starter housing.

Tommy



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Tommy (TX)

05-13-2003 08:36:58




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 Re: Jubilee vs. Golden Jubilee vs. NAA in reply to MU Tom, 05-13-2003 08:11:29  
The Jubilee & Golden Jubilee & NAA are the same. The only difference is that the NAA was produced in 1954 instead of 1953 like the Jubilee.



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Lee

05-13-2003 08:42:51




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 Re: Re: Jubilee vs. Golden Jubilee vs. NAA in reply to Tommy (TX), 05-13-2003 08:36:58  
Yep, and the '54 NAA has a slightly different medallion with stars in the front instead of the medallion with the 1903-1953 Jubilee model designation. Same machine no matter what ya call 'em.



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