- 1 How do you set the timing on a 9N Ford tractor?
- 2 How can you tell the difference between a Ford 2N and 9N?
- 3 What is a 2N Ford tractor worth?
- 4 How does a Ford 9N governor work?
- 5 What is the point gap on a 9n Ford tractor?
- 6 How do you set the points on a Ford 8N tractor?
- 7 How do I know if my Ford tractor is a 2N?
- 8 Which is better 8N or 9N?
- 9 How much horsepower does a Ford 2N tractor have?
- 10 What is a 1948 Ford 8N tractor worth?
- 11 Where is the serial number on a Ford 2N tractor?
- 12 How do you fix a surging governor?
- 13 What does removing the governor do?
How do you set the timing on a 9N Ford tractor?
Re: timing the ford 9n series You can adjust the ignition timing by loosening the screw and pushing up or down on the screw to move the distributor plate. Some N series tractors have timing marks on the flywheel wheel that you can see through an opening in the clutch housing on the right side of the tractor.
How can you tell the difference between a Ford 2N and 9N?
Both brake pedals are on the same side – 9N and 2N tractors were split. That being said, here are some clues that can help in most cases:
- If the tractor has a cast aluminum hood and/or a starter switch on the right side of the dash, congratulations!
- Tubular radius arms indicate a 2N produced after mid-1944.
What is a 2N Ford tractor worth?
The 9N and 2N used three-speed transmissions, while the 8N was equipped with a four-speed, but this doesn’t seem to hamper the value of the older tractors. Prices typically range from $1,000 to $3,000, depending on condition.
How does a Ford 9N governor work?
The governor itself uses a rotating mass applied against a spring to adjust the carburetor throttle shaft and to regulate the engine speed around a set point established by the throttle lever position. Consequently, the first step in governor inspection is checking for any signs of malfunction.
What is the point gap on a 9n Ford tractor?
Points gap is. 015 spark plug gapis.
How do you set the points on a Ford 8N tractor?
How to Set Points Gap on 8N Ford Tractor
- Put your tractor in neutral.
- Locate the 4 spark plugs on the engine.
- Put the flat head of your screwdriver between the spring and distributor housing.
- Lift up the cap of the distributor.
- Locate the rotor (look at the middle of your distributor for a black pointer).
- Press and hold the foot-starter button.
How do I know if my Ford tractor is a 2N?
The best way to identify a tractor is by the serial number. Serial numbers on the 9N- 2N and 8N tractors are located on the left side of the engine block, just below the head and behind the oil filter. The numbers are usually not stamped very deep (or very straight).
Which is better 8N or 9N?
They really are basically the same. Only major differences are a couple horsepower, 8n has 4 speed trans and 9n has 3 speed trans. 8n is newer than the 9n and has more hp. Newer 8n have side distributor older 8n’s and 9n’s had front distributor.
How much horsepower does a Ford 2N tractor have?
|Ford 2N Power|
|Drawbar (claimed):||12 hp 8.9 kW|
|PTO (claimed):||23 hp 17.2 kW|
What is a 1948 Ford 8N tractor worth?
I my area, a decent 8N would go for between $2500 and $3,000.
Where is the serial number on a Ford 2N tractor?
Serial numbers on the 9N – 2N and 8N tractors are located on the left side of the engine block, just below the head and behind the oil filter.
How do you fix a surging governor?
Often surging caused by the governor can be fixed by simply adjusting the governor spring. It usually only takes a small adjustment to correct the surging. If the spring has stretched out it will need to be replaced.
What does removing the governor do?
Re: Pros and cons on removing the governer compensates to bring the rpm back up. it overshoots a bit and can actually allow a higher rpm than it is set for. Yet in a no load condition ( tech) it will only allow the set rpm.