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Today s Junkyard Visit

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stluciemotors

03-25-2020 18:53:35




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I was browsing my local tractor yard looking for parts for my 600 Ford. I noticed a 9N with an extra lever out the left side. I played around with it and feel 3 distinct positions. I looked around a little before posting here and it sounds like it s a Sherman transmission. It is a round handle with round knob. What is the value of that? The housing is busted near the starter. I m going to try to add photos to the post.

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stluciemotors

03-26-2020 06:59:04




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 Re: Today s Junkyard Visit in reply to stluciemotors, 03-25-2020 18:53:35  
Here we go... photos.





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Dean

03-26-2020 18:09:19




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 Re: Today s Junkyard Visit in reply to stluciemotors, 03-26-2020 06:59:04  
Looks like the aluminum ball has been replaced.

Almost certainly step up.

Dean



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Sean in PA

03-26-2020 06:55:19




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 Re: Today s Junkyard Visit in reply to stluciemotors, 03-25-2020 18:53:35  
When you're on the page where you type a reply to a post, down below where the text box is where you type there is another box and below that is a section header that says "Upload Photos/Videos" with a button below that that says "Browse". Use that button to browse to the picture on your PC that you want to post and it will upload it to the website and embed the correct URL code into your post to display the picture.

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stluciemotors

03-26-2020 06:49:53




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 Re: Today s Junkyard Visit in reply to stluciemotors, 03-25-2020 18:53:35  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see

It s a steel rod with a plastic ball handle. I have a couple of photos. Where are y all hosting your photos? I don t see an image gallery here.



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Dean

03-26-2020 06:08:35




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 Re: Today s Junkyard Visit in reply to stluciemotors, 03-25-2020 18:53:35  
Cast steel, dog leg shaped shifter, almost certainly combination.

Steel rod shifter with aluminum ball, almost certainly step up.

Dean



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steve19438

03-26-2020 04:23:54




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 Re: Today s Junkyard Visit in reply to stluciemotors, 03-25-2020 18:53:35  
just copy and paste your post to 9N forum.



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Kirk-NJ

03-26-2020 02:23:07




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 Re: Today s Junkyard Visit in reply to stluciemotors, 03-25-2020 18:53:35  
My sherman video might help you. From what you describe it sounds like a step up or step down trans. Step ups are a dime a dozer so don't carry much valve, couple/few hundred dollars. Th step down in good operating condition could bring $500/$700



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stluciemotors

03-25-2020 19:02:45




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 Re: Today s Junkyard Visit in reply to stluciemotors, 03-25-2020 18:53:35  
I just realized that I posted in the wrong form. Moderator, please move to 9N/2N/8N forum.



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