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9N,2N,8N which is it?

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04-13-1999 23:42:17

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We were given this tractor by a family member who has since passed away told us it was an 8N. It isn't running so we started taking it apart to restore it. The S/N on the engine is:
*9N264829* The S/N on the body is 2N4015A2 with the date of 1-6-47. A Sherman Transmission was added. The original book is for an 8N. The list of serial numbers I found on the internet makes it even more confusing. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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04-14-1999 16:08:02

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 Re: 9N,2N,8N which is it? in reply to Robin, 04-13-1999 23:42:17  
The serial number you report, 9N264829, indicates a 1947 2N Ford tractor, perhaps one of the last several hundred produced. All 9N and 2N Ford tractor serial numbers begin with the designation "9N."

The other number, 2N4015A2, is a casting code.

Trouble is that the engines interchange in the 9N, 2N, and 8N series Ford tractors. A lot can happen in 50+ years. Po Folks is right on- if it has a three-speed trans., it is a 2N. If it has a four-speed trans. it is an 8N.


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04-14-1999 05:53:29

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 Re: 9N,2N,8N which is it? in reply to Robin, 04-13-1999 23:42:17  
Maybe the engine block has been replaced. If the transmission(without the sherman) has three forward gears, it's a 9N or 2N. Four forward gears is 8N.

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