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Re: steering box fill plug on a ford 8N

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hunkydory

07-02-2020 16:08:36




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Great topic!

I have two 8N "Operator's Manual"s. Both indicate some point on the right side of the battery box area (right when sitting in the seat), but are not specific about that point. The FO-4 manual is equally vague.

Can someone indicate exactly which bolt needs to be used? A picture would be awesome!

Thank you!




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ejensen

07-02-2020 17:26:50




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 Re: steering box fill plug on a ford 8N in reply to hunkydory, 07-02-2020 16:08:36  
Hunkydory, I have looked at a lot of informationr= regarding putting oil in the steering gearbox on an 8N. At one time there was a removable screw on the steering column to add oil. Screw was below the steering wheel. 8N we have does not have the screw. Picture included seems to be the screw that is removed to add oil . saw one picture with a zerk fitting in the bolt. I would think using a grease gun would put a lot of pressure on seals in the steering gear. At present we are using our 8N with a bushhog to cut grass in a field. Will wait until we get the tractor home prior to taking things apart. Steering gear is working good on our 8N . I just wanted to check oil in the steering gear box

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