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Ford 9N, 2N & 8N Discussion Forum

Well L.H. rear seal leaking.

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07-08-2020 16:13:44

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Well just brought it home last week and started the bucket list.

Axle nut was real loose and ate the seal. Not close to 450 ft lbs

Never have been able to do just what was needed.

Bought both sides Brake pads, seals and gaskets.

Now if I had a place out of the Rain.

I have the 1st run set ups and no exterior adjustments.

Its been so long working on drum brakes, I forgot if it was clock wise or counter clock wise to loose up the pads on drum???

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07-08-2020 19:29:37

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 Re: Well L.H. rear seal leaking. in reply to 8n13325, 07-08-2020 16:13:44  
Conrats on your new tractor!
I can never remember the rear adjustment directions--- but the last time I needed to turn them, I put a 18" 4x4 on the brake pedal. It held the pedal down, and either lifted up, or fell down as I turned the adjusting wheel. Like a visual aid.
Here is an excerpt from John Smith's oldfordtractor.

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