Re: 1941 9n Originality

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Posted by Kirk-NJ on November 08, 2017 at 15:18:43 [URL] [DELETE] :

In Reply to: 1941 9n Originality posted by Shannon Henderson on November 08, 2017 at 13:02:27:

April 28th 1941 serial # 60,000 came off the line. Your tractor should have a one piece cast iron dash with key switch on the steering column. It should have a three solid spoke steering wheel. I know # 64,206 has the '41 single bar grill so it's very possible yours did too. Serial # 79,068 had the multiple bar grill same as the later tractors. So you could probably go either way on the grill unless someone comes in with some closer numbers. Your throttle end and shifter end should be chomed. The switch from the solid axle trumpets to the open axle trumpets, at the fender bolts was sometime between serial #64,000 and 74,000. Your tractor should not have an oil line to the governor.
Serial # 70,000 came off the lane on June 2, 1941 so if you do some math you should be able to figure out the week and month you tractor was built.
Hope this info helps and I'm sure other people will add to it.

Kirk


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