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Ford 9N, 2N & 8N Discussion Forum
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2n steering wheel removal

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FWB in SK

10-09-2019 11:27:48




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Want to remove hood but should remove steering wheel. Don't have proper puller. Lots of other pullers. Is there a homemade one some one has plans for or how to rig a 3 jaw puller to make it work.




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Kirk-NJ

10-11-2019 01:44:47




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 Re: 2n steering wheel removal in reply to FWB in SK, 10-09-2019 11:27:48  
I use the same method a Royse. Just take the gear puller arms off a bolt direct. Because the 9n/2n steering column sits a bit lower than the 8n it is more difficult to remove the hood. It can be done with two people but it's a lot easier with the steering wheel removed.

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Royse

10-09-2019 16:44:01




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 Re: 2n steering wheel removal in reply to FWB in SK, 10-09-2019 11:27:48  
I used a 3 jaw puller with the jaws removed.

Be careful not to damage the shaft. You will likely need a new nut.

This picture is of a Jubilee, but it works the same.



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TimInd

10-09-2019 18:01:50




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 Re: 2n steering wheel removal in reply to Royse, 10-09-2019 16:44:01  
Darn ! why didn't I think of that ?



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FWB in SK

10-09-2019 16:51:06




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 Re: 2n steering wheel removal in reply to Royse, 10-09-2019 16:44:01  
That is a good idea. Thanks



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Bruce (VA)

10-09-2019 13:26:19




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 Re: 2n steering wheel removal in reply to FWB in SK, 10-09-2019 11:27:48  
See tips 12 & 73.

I know for a fact that you do not need to remove the steering wheel to get the hood off on an 8N.

I'm pretty sure you do need to remove it on a 2 & 9N.....just wait a minute and someone who has done it lately will answer the question.



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HFJ

10-09-2019 12:51:09




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 Re: 2n steering wheel removal in reply to FWB in SK, 10-09-2019 11:27:48  
"You don't need to pull the steering wheel to remove the hood"

to my recollection, it's not a big deal when you're removing the hood, but it sure would help a lot when you're putting it back on.



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flembo

10-09-2019 11:58:47




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 Re: 2n steering wheel removal in reply to FWB in SK, 10-09-2019 11:27:48  
I am not sure what you are asking. You don't need to pull the steering wheel to remove the hood but you should get a helper to help guide and lift it. You should also drain the gas to reduce the weight and don't forget to remove the fuel line. I hope this helps. I was able to pull the steering wheel from my 8n with a 3 jaw puller (if I remember correctly) after soaking with PB Blaster.



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TimInd

10-11-2019 22:00:53




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 Re: 2n steering wheel removal in reply to flembo, 10-09-2019 11:58:47  
I too was able to remove the steering wheel from my old 2n by sharpening the jaws of a small, 3 prong puller.



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