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Not Familiar with is on my 2N

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nashranch

01-11-2018 16:50:28




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Anybody familiar with this equalizer on my 2N?..looks to be a friction device on my draft control




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nashranch

01-18-2018 07:37:27




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 Re: Not Familiar with is on my 2N in reply to nashranch, 01-11-2018 16:50:28  
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email sent Kirk



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Kirk-NJ

01-18-2018 06:50:43




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 Re: Not Familiar with is on my 2N in reply to nashranch, 01-11-2018 16:50:28  
Hey Nash can you send me an email with your email address I have a couple of questions. Kirk641@embarqmail.com

Thanks, Kirk



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nashranch

01-12-2018 11:24:14




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 Re: Not Familiar with is on my 2N in reply to nashranch, 01-11-2018 16:50:28  
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Tell ya what fellas...I paid $300 for this tractor..Sept. 2016.With it came a 7' wide disc unit, two single bottom plows and a box full of tractor parts. The engine was flat worn out so I pulled that block and sold it fairly cheap to a guy that wanted to rebuild it. I bought another block complete and in fairly good shape. I sold the disc unit for $275, the two single bottom plows for $150 each. So basically ii have a free tractor sitting here.


A few pics of this beauty outstanding in its field

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HFJ

01-12-2018 10:26:21




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 Re: Not Familiar with is on my 2N in reply to nashranch, 01-11-2018 16:50:28  
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tom, my 47 2N has dates on both trumpets. one was cast on january 2nd, 1947, and the other was on the 3rd. ya, it's another piece to help answer the question of when it was built. in my case, the dates on the trumpets correspond nicely with the serial number.



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nashranch

01-12-2018 07:20:52




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 Re: Not Familiar with is on my 2N in reply to nashranch, 01-11-2018 16:50:28  
Some pics of the beefed up 3 point lift arms and the bracketing on the big spring


Remember this tractor had a big heavy 7' disc harrow on the back when I got it



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TomT

01-12-2018 07:17:10




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 Re: Not Familiar with is on my 2N in reply to nashranch, 01-11-2018 16:50:28  
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lots of neat stuff to look at in the second photo...Under the 2N part number casting is where they cast the date when the axle trumpets were actually cast at the foundry...I`ve only noticed this date on late 2n, and early 8n (47, 48, and 49) trumpets... that doesn`t mean the tractor was actually made on that date, but it would help identify the approximate year the tractor was assembled.

I`ve only found the casting date on the right hand trumpets...but they could have dated the other side also.

I noticed the really nice return spring on the brake pedal, and the curved bracket that holds the aftermarket running board.

I`ve also noticed a casting date on the aluminum hydraulic pumps, on some tractors.
Neat tractor, Nash!

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nashranch

01-12-2018 07:16:05




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Here ya go Steve



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steve19438

01-12-2018 09:55:48




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 Re: Not Familiar with is on my 2N in reply to nashranch, 01-12-2018 07:16:05  
good pic. thanks. can't find anything so far on the net. frustrating.



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nashranch

01-12-2018 07:14:26




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Nothing bolted to the trumpet Kirk



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steve19438

01-12-2018 04:31:41




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 Re: Not Familiar with is on my 2N in reply to nashranch, 01-11-2018 16:50:28  
under the wing nut I looks like it is out of California. any chance you could take a pic of what is written under the wing nut?



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Kirk-NJ

01-12-2018 05:52:27




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 Re: Not Familiar with is on my 2N in reply to steve19438, 01-12-2018 04:31:41  
Tractor sales corp
Los Angeles, Calif They also made and sold the Everett Trans/trencher This might also be the reason you don't see many everett trans on the east coast



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nashranch

01-11-2018 17:08:52




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 Re: Not Familiar with is on my 2N in reply to nashranch, 01-11-2018 16:50:28  
Thanks Zane...glad it wasn't yer first attempt at the "Zane Thang"

This tractor had a big and heavy 7' Disc harrow on the back of it when I got it plus the lift arms are really beefed up



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ZANE

01-11-2018 17:04:19




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 Re: Not Familiar with is on my 2N in reply to nashranch, 01-11-2018 16:50:28  
That is an early attempt to give the 2N position/height control. Take it off and put it up on a shelf for history and then get my "Zane Thang" position control device. It works.

Zane



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nashranch

01-11-2018 16:53:04




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Kirk-NJ

01-12-2018 03:05:18




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 Re: Not Familiar with is on my 2N in reply to nashranch, 01-11-2018 16:53:04  
Thanks for posting the photo, Nash. I've seen other position control gizmos but not this one. Can you post a photo of the back side where the wing nut slide bolt is? Also what is the bracket that is bolted to the trumpet?

Kirk



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