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Ford 9N, 2N & 8N Discussion Forum
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Ford 2n Top link bracket

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Patriotemt

07-09-2019 11:25:59




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Well, I'm missing this bracket and the 8N I have for parts will not fit, due to the bottom pin hole being larger than the hole in the casting of the rear end. Any thoughts?




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ArleninOr

07-10-2019 23:25:44




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 Re: Ford 2n Top link bracket in reply to Patriotemt, 07-09-2019 11:25:59  
Probably have one on the shelf if you need one.



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Royse

07-10-2019 18:52:48




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 Re: Ford 2n Top link bracket in reply to Patriotemt, 07-09-2019 11:25:59  
Another option is to find the top link bracket off a 9N/2N.

They should be fairly cheap from a scrap yard or fellow YT'er.

What is your general location?



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Jim WI

07-10-2019 18:17:51




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 Re: Ford 2n Top link bracket in reply to Patriotemt, 07-09-2019 11:25:59  
The long 8N pin is 8N486A. It's available here at YT.

The 8N bushing is 8N4110. It's it doesn't seem to be available at YT, but is available at the competition. Search for 8N486A and the site that has the part will mention it in the listing.

Buy one of the bushings and cut off two short pieces.

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Jim WI

07-10-2019 18:16:09




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 Re: Dynahoe 190 in reply to Patriotemt, 07-09-2019 11:25:59  
Did this just happen or did you buy the machine this way?



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Jim WI

07-10-2019 18:15:16




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 Re: 640 hydraulic problems in reply to Patriotemt, 07-09-2019 11:25:59  
lonelyjack,
JMOR has you headed in the right direction. In your 2nd picture there is a lever with a white tip attached to the control valve under the seat. When that lever is moved, hydraulic pressure that would normally go to the 3 pt (your blade) is diverted to that hose. My bet is if you center that lever, your blade will raise. If you lost a lot of fluid, you may have to refill the hydraulic reservoir (Hex plug at top of 3rd picture right at left front corner of the seat bracket).

I don't have enough information to know why the front bucket is not working. Can you take a picture of the hoses for it so we can help you?

BTW, you have pretty accurately described the quick connect at the back. Pioneer is a major manufacturer of that type of disconnect and you can operate a single action hydraulic cylinder by just plugging a male tip into that female plug. You could use it then to lift a disk or a haybine for example.
HTH
Keith

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Jim WI

07-10-2019 17:39:51




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 Re: Ford 2n Top link bracket in reply to Patriotemt, 07-09-2019 11:25:59  
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Or one of the correct bushings for an 8N...



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JMOR

07-10-2019 14:02:27




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 Re: Ford 2n Top link bracket in reply to Patriotemt, 07-09-2019 11:25:59  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeYou can call off the search. His 9N/2N has a smaller hole in the tractor center casting, which that bushing will not fit through. He needs two very short bushings, one for each side of top link rocker. Might be able to make from some tubing, conduit, etc.



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Jim WI

07-10-2019 12:38:58




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 Re: Ford 2n Top link bracket in reply to Patriotemt, 07-09-2019 11:25:59  
My 8N has the bushing you're looking for. I bought it about three years ago. The only problem is that I can't remember where I bought it. I've been searching for it so I could give you a link, but I can't find it anywhere.



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JMOR

07-10-2019 08:37:35




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 Re: Ford 2n Top link bracket in reply to Patriotemt, 07-09-2019 11:25:59  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeWell, so much for YT's one size fits all. Ford master parts catalog shows #9N-535B with 49/64 holes and 8N-535B with 1 1/64 holes, meaning there is 1/4 inch difference in diameter. As I said earlier, the pin/bushing needed is different diameter.



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John Deere D

07-10-2019 14:30:34




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 Re: Ford 2n Top link bracket in reply to JMOR, 07-10-2019 08:37:35  
Thank you JMOR.......



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Patriotemt

07-10-2019 04:46:17




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 Re: Ford 2n Top link bracket in reply to Patriotemt, 07-09-2019 11:25:59  
Yeah, I guess I ought to proof read before sending!...yeah, the bracket bottom hole is larger than the one on the rear end casting of the 2N I'm trying to use it on. Preferably I'd like a 2N bracket but you use what you can get!

I had already decided that I would need a bushing, and will probably need to have it made, there's none on Yesterdays Tractors parts page that I can see.



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John Deere D

07-10-2019 08:13:47




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 Re: Ford 2n Top link bracket in reply to Patriotemt, 07-10-2019 04:46:17  
I noticed the below info on "YT" Ford N parts section..


Top Link Rocker - For 8N, 9N, 2N, NAA, Jubilee, 600, 601, 611, 620, 621, 630, 631, 640, 641, 650, 651, 660, 661, 671, 681, 800 Hi-clearance, 801, 811, 820, 821, 840, 841, 850, 851, 861, 871, 881, 2000 4 cylinder Hi-clearance, 4000 4 cylinder Hi-clearance. (Part No: NCA535A)


Bob...Owner operator Ford 2-N and other colored Tractors...

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JMOR

07-09-2019 12:55:17




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 Re: Ford 2n Top link bracket in reply to Patriotemt, 07-09-2019 11:25:59  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeIf you are saying that the holes in the rocker are larger than the hole in the center housing casting, then I believe that the earlier 8Ns had the larger holes and used a hardened sleeve rather than a pin and that sleeve was probably larger OD than pin and had ID the size of pin.

That's what I think, anyway.



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