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Ford 9N part no 9N 7225

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plowboy74

09-24-2018 15:17:03




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part no 9N 7225 is a small plate to hold in shift fork rails it is easy to get to if the 3 point hitch top cover is off one salvage yard said they would not dismantle a tractor for a 2 dollar part. if you have a salvage 9N, I would like to buy this plate. Thanks




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BigDanT

09-26-2018 10:30:39




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 Re: Ford 9N part no 9N 7225 in reply to plowboy74, 09-24-2018 15:17:03  
Plowboy... I've got one, email me your address and I'll send it to you. No charge...



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Eliari

09-25-2018 23:40:23




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 Re: Ford 9N part no 9N 7225 in reply to plowboy74, 09-24-2018 15:17:03  
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Thanks for this recommendation!

All the best, Diceus



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Tim PloughNman Daley

09-25-2018 03:55:02




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 Re: Ford 9N part no 9N 7225 in reply to plowboy74, 09-24-2018 15:17:03  
The part you need is 9N-7225; plate, as you stated but know that it was used on ALL 9N and 2N models with the 3-Speed Transmission. It can be found on any model year 1939-1947 9N/2N. The 8N Model was released in July, 1947 and now had a 4-Speed Transmission, the plate completely redesigned, and now was p/n 8N-7225 so be sure you get the correct part. It looks like a few options exist from other members. Just curious, why does the plate need replacing?

Tim *PloughNman* Daley(MI)

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Royse

09-24-2018 20:30:30




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 Re: Ford 9N part no 9N 7225 in reply to plowboy74, 09-24-2018 15:17:03  
I'm not sure if I have one or not, but I found one for $2 doing a search.



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jwa

09-24-2018 19:15:00




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 Re: Ford 9N part no 9N 7225 in reply to plowboy74, 09-24-2018 15:17:03  
Where you located? I have a parts 2n in W. TN that I will let go cheap, you would then have a ready parts supply.



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John P.

09-24-2018 15:47:14




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 Re: Ford 9N part no 9N 7225 in reply to plowboy74, 09-24-2018 15:17:03  
You can try David at 802-782-2409. He parts out a lot of the older tractors.



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