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What is this part?

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wpmiller9887

03-13-2019 21:17:21




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I am not sure if it’s a makeshift part as I couldn’t find it on the manual. It is next to the air cleaner.







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wpmiller9887

03-18-2019 08:23:21




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 Re: What is this part? in reply to wpmiller9887, 03-13-2019 21:17:21  
Right, I understand that, but once these parts came out to be put on the tractors, I don't know if I should keep that one or upgrade to a better one. Wanted to see if anyone recognized that one. Thanks :)



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showcrop

03-18-2019 02:16:51




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 Re: What is this part? in reply to wpmiller9887, 03-13-2019 21:17:21  
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As Tim Daley told you early on Thursday morning it was an optional accessory, never factory installed, and not makeshift.



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wpmiller9887

03-17-2019 22:17:51




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 Re: What is this part? in reply to wpmiller9887, 03-13-2019 21:17:21  
Not sure with the photos are not uploading....trying again for the 3rd time




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wpmiller9887

03-17-2019 22:14:22




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 Re: What is this part? in reply to wpmiller9887, 03-13-2019 21:17:21  



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wpmiller9887

03-17-2019 21:19:59




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 Re: What is this part? in reply to wpmiller9887, 03-13-2019 21:17:21  
Is this part an original part?



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showcrop

03-14-2019 05:27:57




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 Re: What is this part? in reply to wpmiller9887, 03-13-2019 21:17:21  
That is a display case for matchbox sized toy John Deere tractors.



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wpmiller9887

03-14-2019 05:23:30




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 Re: What is this part? in reply to wpmiller9887, 03-13-2019 21:17:21  
Excellent, thanks Tim!



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wpmiller9887

03-14-2019 05:22:21




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 Re: What is this part? in reply to wpmiller9887, 03-13-2019 21:17:21  
haha, I take it you don’t like John Deere tractors either.



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Farmer Dan

03-14-2019 03:42:43




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 Re: What is this part? in reply to wpmiller9887, 03-13-2019 21:17:21  
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Tim PloughNman Daley

03-14-2019 03:17:58




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 Re: What is this part? in reply to wpmiller9887, 03-13-2019 21:17:21  
Yep, as Kirk said, it is the CYCLONE AIR PRE-CLEANER, an optional accessory, never OEM Rouge factory installed, and not a makeshift part. You have the 9N/2N unit, Kirk shows the 8N version and the two do not interchange because the air cleaners are different. The 8N has the OEM side vent where the 8N unit fastens to. Carpenter repoops all the parts EXCEPT the base unit itself. It was designed so any 1/2 pint Mason, Ball, or Kerr jar could be used but came with an original Air Cleaner Services, the manufacturer, jar made exact by Carpenter as are all the other parts. You need a new bail and the large rubber gasket under the jar lip. BTW, the one pictured below Kirk's is NOT a Cyclone. It is the HARCO unit, a not-so-good unit. They didn't perform very well. Here's a scan of the original Cyclone 9N/2N Instruction Sheet from my collection.

9N CYCLONE AIR PRECLEANER INSTRUCTION SHEET:

Tim Daley(MI)

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Kirk-NJ

03-14-2019 02:11:05




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 Re: What is this part? in reply to wpmiller9887, 03-13-2019 21:17:21  
It's a pre cleaner it keep trash from getting into the air system and spits it out into the jar. From the looks of yours it's on a 9n/2n. Some replacement parts are available from Dennis Carpenter. Here is one on my 8n which sits outside the hood.

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Caryc

03-13-2019 22:48:58




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 Re: What is this part? in reply to wpmiller9887, 03-13-2019 21:17:21  
It's a good thing to have. When working properly, it removes larger dirt particles and deposits them into that jar before they go into your air cleaner. Looks like you need to empty that jar and get it seated properly.



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WW2N

03-13-2019 22:04:25




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 Re: What is this part? in reply to wpmiller9887, 03-13-2019 21:17:21  
cyclone air cleaner jar and bail



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Tim PloughNman Daley

03-14-2019 03:20:05




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 Re: What is this part? in reply to WW2N, 03-13-2019 22:04:25  
Those are not CYCLONE models -they are the HARCO version and were not very effective.

Tim *PloughNman* Daley(MI)



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