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Ohio88

08-19-2017 09:02:25




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A neighbor has a NAA the number net to NAA on the right side of transmission is NAA 78088. on the engine it has 5ae6015 and below it 38r:2. I think it is a 54. It has bad engine. It has aux hydraulics.

This is near dayton ohio. Any idea on value.




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Royse

08-20-2017 18:22:01




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 Re: Ford NAA in reply to Ohio88, 08-19-2017 09:02:25  
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I bought a running '54 NAA for $500 with a back blade.
Engine had a bad knock and the tires were not very good.

When I pulled the engine down, #4 rod was badly worn.

Crank was also worn to the point it would have needed replacement.

I opted not to fix it.

The tin was good however, and I used that on another tractor.

Hydraulics also worked well, pump, lines, etc all good.

Drove it on and off the trailer, then into the shop for tear down.

I still have the rest of the rods/pistons if one will help you out.

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Ohio88

08-20-2017 18:09:09




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 Re: Ford NAA in reply to Ohio88, 08-19-2017 09:02:25  
The engine does not appear hurt from the outside but the rod is twisted above the crank, so don't know if the jug is hurt. Pan is off.



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phil(va)

08-20-2017 05:09:14




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 Re: Ford NAA in reply to Ohio88, 08-19-2017 09:02:25  
I don't see your email on modern view, but mine is baileylp33@gmail.com

thanks

Phil



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Ohio88

08-20-2017 18:06:27




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 Re: Ford NAA in reply to phil(va), 08-20-2017 05:09:14  
Email is open.



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NoNewParts

08-20-2017 03:46:52




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 Re: Ford NAA in reply to Ohio88, 08-19-2017 09:02:25  
with good tires and a remote under the seat, it would probably take $750 or so to buy it in my area even with a big hole in the side of the block.

If it was mine, I wouldn't even consider selling it for 750.

A 134 or 172 engine will turn up eventually....a few hours work...and it'll be back in the game.

owner not a fixer?

The good rear tires on rims

the 53-54 only remote valve

The hydraulic pump

The NAA external hydraulic lines

just with these parts sold, you are easily over $1000 in your pocket.

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Ohio88

08-19-2017 20:07:31




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 Re: Ford NAA in reply to Ohio88, 08-19-2017 09:02:25  
It has good tin and paint. Rear tires are very good and matching. Front tires look near new but one is flat and the other is very weather cracked. The engine has number one rod bent or broken. Hydraulic was suppose to have been done with very little work since then. It has been converted to 12 volts with alt. No power steering. Will a 172 motor fit in this tractor?



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fordfarmer

08-19-2017 21:16:50




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 Re: Ford NAA in reply to Ohio88, 08-19-2017 20:07:31  
Yes, a 172 c.i. engine will bolt right in, but.... the NAA's rear end was none too strong to begin with. The later models (600, 601, 2000)had an improved rear end, and models that came with the 172 had a heavier rear end than the 134 c.i. models. If it's just a damaged rod, why not fix it? Other parts would have to be carefully checked for damage resulting from the bent or broken rod, but it sounds repairable. I have 3 good rods from a 4-cylinder 2000 that put the #1 rod through the side of the block. I've had them and other parts on ebay and craigslist with little or no interest. Let me know if I can help.

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Royse

08-19-2017 18:25:24




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 Re: Ford NAA in reply to Ohio88, 08-19-2017 09:02:25  
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Phil, I have a good 6V generator for an NAA. I converted to 12V.

Email is open on modern view. It'll fit in a large flat rate box.



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phil(va)

08-20-2017 05:11:12




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 Re: Ford NAA in reply to Royse, 08-19-2017 18:25:24  
My email is baileylp33@gmail.com
phil



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phil(va)

08-19-2017 14:48:07




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 Re: Ford NAA in reply to Ohio88, 08-19-2017 09:02:25  
As others said, so much depends on the parts, especially tires (esp rear tires), the tin, and parts like starter and genny. You can get more parting it out if you want to take the time to do so. For example, I need a 6 volt generator for NAA. If you know yours it good, I'd probably buy it. What's wrong with the engine?



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fordfarmer

08-19-2017 11:21:46




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 Re: Ford NAA in reply to Ohio88, 08-19-2017 09:02:25  
More details will let us give you a better estimate. Condition of the tires will be a big part of its value, since it has a bad engine. With the info provided, I'd guess a little either side of $500. I paid $1350 for a 4-cylinder 2000 (which is't much different than a Jubilee) with a bad engine, but it had nice tin, decent paint, good, matched tires, power steering, and a so-so loader. I also had an engine on-hand to replace the bad one.

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Kirk-NJ

08-19-2017 09:21:45




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 Re: Ford NAA in reply to Ohio88, 08-19-2017 09:02:25  
Based on the info provided. No more then $400 in my area.



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