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Jubilee Information/Purchase

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08-05-2001 06:05:16

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Where can I find/read up on the Jubilee? I am looking to find out about the features...power steeting, hydraulics, options...

Also interested in learning if there was manufacturer of 'grading blades' for them and how rare they may be to find.

One more thing, is a front bucket on a Jubilee eventually wear out the front end like they do on a N?

The reason I ask is I have a chance at a Jube with a York Rake, grading blade, and loader. The old guy says it hasn't run in 4 or 5 years...wich is obvious by the amount of saplings and weeds growing around it.

He said it sits where it stopped by the old barn and there 'might be a bad head or a cracked block'. I figure if he says 'might' then it most likely 'is'.

He is 'thinkin' about what he want's for it...and I'm thinking about what to offer. Any thoughts on a fair price for a gamble?

Are Jubilee parts worth much if the machine is parted out?



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08-06-2001 03:37:08

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 Re: Jubilee Information/Purchase in reply to Sal, 08-05-2001 06:05:16  
I have a lot of the orginal literature, accessories booklet, options on the 53/54 Jubilee/NAA. EMAIL me with any specific questions. I'm currently restoring mine: Waltgolembi@YAHOO.com

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Mike OH

08-05-2001 07:20:10

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 Re: Jubilee Information/Purchase in reply to Sal, 08-05-2001 06:05:16  
Sal- You may want to visit the web site below to read about the Jubilee and other fine Ford tractors. Very good site in my opinion. Don't think a loader hurts the front end of the N tractors, unless they are worked beyond their intended capacities. One thing for sure a loader will make your tractor steer very hard and you will need a counter weight on the rear to off-set the weight of a full bucket. Depending on the selling price, what I could afford to pay, and what your needs are, I don't think I would buy it with any major problems, as it could get very expensive to rebuild. Don't think you'd have too big of a problem in getting rid of parts if you decided to part it out, but it may take a while. Good luck in your decision.

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Jerry WI

08-05-2001 06:26:14

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 Re: Jubilee Information/Purchase in reply to Sal, 08-05-2001 06:05:16  
Sal, Jeff Creighton in his book "FORD TRACTOR DATA BOOK" has a chapter on the NAA & Golden Jubille. This might help you with some information on the Jub. Hope this helps you. Good luck.

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