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Ford 9N, 2N & 8N Discussion Forum

Look''s Like A 39

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09-13-2020 21:52:37

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With a transmission or maybe a top cover change. Dash and axle change? Maybe some of you sharper tractor eye's can figure it out.


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Tim PloughNman Daley

09-15-2020 04:31:07

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 Re: Look''s Like A 39 in reply to 8NChris, 09-13-2020 21:52:37  
Not a '39, suspect a later 9N. Smooth hubs and OEM 28" Hat Rims, I-Beam rad rods, but that's about it. Axle fender bosses are solid but weren't changed until 1943. Key switch was 'farmerized' on dash. Seat is a later 'Rest-O-Ride' type, not released until 1954 but could fit any N. OEM Ford Stabilizer Brackets under axles. The thing is many fellas see the 9N serial number and don't know that all 9N and 2N models used the '9N' prefix.

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Louis A

09-14-2020 05:30:44

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 Re: Look''''s Like A 39 in reply to 8NChris, 09-13-2020 21:52:37  
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The trumpets are solid where the fender bolts go through!

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09-14-2020 05:21:07

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 Re: Look''s Like A 39 in reply to 8NChris, 09-13-2020 21:52:37  
Hinged hood, push button starter on transmission, no front grease zerks, single rib fenders, trumpets not solid where fender bolts go thru.

Not a '39, but maybe a '40.

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