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The difference between the 9,2n and the 8n is the 9,2 have a three speed trans. The correct gear oil for the ford rearend is mineral oil which is hard to find now. My question is it easier to remove the front mount distributor to install them, and is it a big job to put it back together and still be in time. thank you I need to put a new set of points into my 1948 8N. The midship seat with the cluth and brake pedals right under my feet made that possible.People looking for parts can call Dennis Carpenter in Penn. To find the serial number on the n-series tractor look on the left side of the block on the flat spot behind the oil filter. My question is it easier to remove the front mount distributor to install them, and is it a big job to put it back together and still be in time. thank you Paul; This may be old info,however,here s my two cents worth. I attached a chain from one side lift arm to the other-looping it over the large spring behind the seat. The farmer had a partial bankruptcy auction and sold the tractor.I raise and lower the implement until I get the desired depth. I went crying to my dad and mother that George sold my tractor .This was a couple of years after I started driving it. My dad went to see George to find out about my driving. Afater that I started to drive an old A-C WF at home.

All of the 9-ns and 2-ns serial number started with 9.

The difference between the 9,2n and the 8n is the 9,2 have a three speed trans. The correct gear oil for the ford rearend is mineral oil which is hard to find now.

People looking for parts can call Dennis Carpenter in Penn. To find the serial number on the n-series tractor look on the left side of the block on the flat spot behind the oil filter. Just a little bit of information for n-series ford tractor owners.

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All of the 9-ns and 2-ns serial number started with 9.

The difference between the 9,2n and the 8n is the 9,2 have a three speed trans. The correct gear oil for the ford rearend is mineral oil which is hard to find now.

People looking for parts can call Dennis Carpenter in Penn. To find the serial number on the n-series tractor look on the left side of the block on the flat spot behind the oil filter. Just a little bit of information for n-series ford tractor owners.

Similarly, if the entire supporting cast is being killed off left and right, expect a resurrection by the end of the current arc.

This trope became so common in some series that most people are more likely to be shocked if a character does not come back from the dead than when it does. Since villains tend to do this often, it is usually necessary to kill them Deader Than Dead to ensure they don't just come back eventually.

All three run great and we alternate with them mowing 6.5 acres...the midst of downsizing so need to sell them all. He can only find one filler plug and he thinks there should be three; one each for the transmission, the Hydraulic and the differential.