Re: Carburetor

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Posted by Tim Daley(MI) on July 12, 2018 at 05:18:25 [URL] [DELETE] :

In Reply to: Carburetor posted by Theo Morris on July 12, 2018 at 04:35:35:

Welcome aboard the NTC Theo! Your carb is probably due for a rebuild. Being a newbie, best to get the essential manuals. There are procedures in the manuals on rebuilding the carb distributor, generator, starter and other parts. We also have a ton of info in our HOW-TO's forum as well. In MANUALS you'll find scans of many of the originals so feel free to download whatever you fancy. The important facts to know about your tractor are: All 9N, 2N, and early 8N models have a front mounted distributor. The 9N and 2N have a 3-speed forward transmission, the 8N has a 4-speed,both with a reverse gear. The 9N and 2N models only had DRAFT CONTROL. It was designed and built into the hydraulic lift system. The 8N model introduced POSITION CONTROL as well and came with a selector handle on the RH side of the seat to use in either draft control mode or position control mode. ALL FORD vehicles were originally 6-VOLT/POSITIVE GROUND electrical systems. Nowadays it isn't unusual to find one that has been switched over to 12-volts. A 6-V system will use a 6V battery, a generator and a cutout or voltage regulator. The 12V switch over jobs will use a 12V battery, an alternator, and no genny, cutout, or voltage regulator. Some tractors will just have a 12V battery installed in place of the 6V and if wired correctly will work fine. I rebuild carbs, distributors, gennys, starters and more, I sent you an email. Get a copy of Bruce(VA)'s "75 Tips for N-Owners" and "WIRING PICTOGRAMS by JMOR" downloaded an saved -very important to have with the essential manuals:

FORD 9N/2N ESSENTIAL OWNER & OPERATOR MANUALS:

FORD TRACTOR CARBURETOR:

FORD TRACTOR FUEL SEDIMENT BULB ASSEMBLY:


Tim Daley(MI)


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