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Ford 9N, 2N & 8N Discussion Forum

Re: Intalling fan belt on 8-N!!

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06-12-2020 15:43:35

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Good afternoon: I am not an expert, but about a year ago I bought a fan shroud for my 9N because tractor did not have one. I had to remove the radiator to attach the shroud to it. I left gas tank on the tractor, but nearly all the bolts had to be removed, also one dogleg. It was like some kind of Chinese puzzle, and took most of the day. The belt alone should not be too bad, but you may need wrenches you have never seen before, and small flexible hands. Others should chime in here, I am pretty sure belt change can be done ok.

Dennis M. in W. Tenn.

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Tim PloughNman Daley

06-13-2020 02:13:29

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 Re: Intalling fan belt on 8-N!! in reply to DMartin9N-2N, 06-12-2020 15:43:35  
The Ford-Ferguson 9N tractor did not use a radiator/fan shroud on the early 9N-8005 non-pressurized radiator. It wasn't until the 2n-8005 4 PSI Pressurized Radiator was introduced in 1943 that they added the shroud, p/n 2N-8146. The shroud's intended usage was for the pull-type fan blade pulling warm air back to the operator in cold weather. That's it. Many run their 2N's and 8N's without one. What 'special tools' are you talking about?

Tim Daley(MI)

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