One of the things I've noticed about the 9/2Ns is the clutch peddle and left side brake peddle being on the same side. How does a person operate the left brake while dis-engaging the clutch? Do you have to rely on the right side brake to stop the tractor? I'd think using both brakes to stop the tractor would be more effective than only using one. I'm thinking about road use and an ability to stop when needed. Especially towing a load.
Re: 9N/2N Clutch/Brake Peddle Question. in reply to L.Fure, 04-15-2018 10:04:46
Hi L.Fure, welcome to the forum. You are right, that was a real design problem back then. When I took my backing plates apart on my 2N the left side break actuator was frozen due to never being used. The only way to use both breaks to stop is to shift to neutral and then use both breaks. The design was meant to use the left side break to assist in making left turns at the fence line.
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