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Ford 9N, 2N & 8N Discussion Forum
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3 point is broken

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Rodeo man

07-10-2019 11:07:30




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May be hard to explain what has happened. The pin that comes off of the tractor, that holds the lift arm on has sheared off. Sheared off pretty well flush with the tractor. How do I ever replace that????




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Rodeo man

07-12-2019 17:54:57




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 Re: 3 point is broken in reply to Rodeo man, 07-10-2019 11:07:30  
Taken this trumpet off is a little bigger job than I thought it d be.



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Rodeo man

07-11-2019 09:20:28




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 Re: 3 point is broken in reply to Rodeo man, 07-10-2019 11:07:30  
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1952 8n



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John Deere D

07-11-2019 09:47:38




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 Re: 3 point is broken in reply to Rodeo man, 07-11-2019 09:20:28  
Follow pictures and you shall be fine.....


Bob...



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John Deere D

07-10-2019 14:29:07




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 Re: 3 point is broken in reply to Rodeo man, 07-10-2019 11:07:30  
Model of Tractor?....9-N 2-N 8-N

I'm a Recent owner of a Ford 2-N...(Neighbour purchased new in 1945)

I had to Replace both lower lift Pins...see pictures...

Threads were Garbage...


Bob....Ford 2-N....



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Rodeo man

07-10-2019 11:45:27




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Left hand side.



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Bob

07-10-2019 11:23:49




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 Re: 3 point is broken in reply to Rodeo man, 07-10-2019 11:07:30  
After supporting tractor safely/securely, remove L.H. axle "trumpet".

You didn't mention which "pin" broke, if the R.H. one, the differential assembly will have to be withdrawn from the case to allow access to that one.



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