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Ford 9N, 2N & 8N Discussion Forum
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1945 Ford 2N Original Starter Switch busted off.

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BRYANODOUGHERTY

06-17-2020 09:16:42




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I just purchased a 1945 Ford 2N that has been converted to a 12 V system. The original starter button (Jst in front of the gear shift lever) was previously broken and someone tried to braize it back on. I plan on using JB Weld since it is useless now. What are the holes in the sides? Is it OK to seal the holes also?




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Tim PloughNman Daley

06-18-2020 03:12:46




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 Re: 1945 Ford 2N Original Starter Switch busted off. in reply to BRYANODOUGHERTY, 06-17-2020 09:16:42  
Carpenter makes and sells an exact-as-original pushbutton starter switch, 9N-11450-B

Tim Daley(MI)



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BRYANODOUGHERTY

06-17-2020 19:54:16




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 Re: 1945 Ford 2N Original Starter Switch busted off. in reply to BRYANODOUGHERTY, 06-17-2020 09:16:42  
That answers it. It is a pin hole that needs to be sealed also. Thank you so much for the pic!



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JMOR

06-17-2020 12:15:38




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 Re: 1945 Ford 2N Original Starter Switch busted off. in reply to BRYANODOUGHERTY, 06-17-2020 09:16:42  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeThe holes are probably for the pin mentioned above.





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R Geiger

06-17-2020 10:34:38




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 Re: 1945 Ford 2N Original Starter Switch busted off. in reply to BRYANODOUGHERTY, 06-17-2020 09:16:42  
for some strange unknown reason you have to make a few posts before you are allowed to post photos!



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BRYANODOUGHERTY

06-17-2020 10:25:23




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 Re: 1945 Ford 2N Original Starter Switch busted off. in reply to BRYANODOUGHERTY, 06-17-2020 09:16:42  
What is the pin for diecast fork for? Having problems upload a picture onto this site. Still trying



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Shaun Wallace

06-17-2020 10:12:12




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 Re: 1945 Ford 2N Original Starter Switch busted off. in reply to BRYANODOUGHERTY, 06-17-2020 09:16:42  
Think meaning where pin for diecast fork pivioted on. Sounds like its missing too.



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Jim L WA

06-17-2020 09:39:39




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 Re: 1945 Ford 2N Original Starter Switch busted off. in reply to BRYANODOUGHERTY, 06-17-2020 09:16:42  
I have a '44 2N and I don't know what holes you are referring to either. Unless you are talking about the holes where the start switch itself is mounted to under the battery. I'm curious, how do you start the tractor now?



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Tony in SD

06-17-2020 09:24:58




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 Re: 1945 Ford 2N Original Starter Switch busted off. in reply to BRYANODOUGHERTY, 06-17-2020 09:16:42  
Not sure what holes you are talking about. Picture of the holes would be a good addition to this conversation.



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