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Ford 9N, 2N, 8N Master Picture List

  • 1947 Ford 8N - Our restored 1947 Ford 8N
  • 1950 Ford 8N with ROPS - 'Aunty N, Aunty N...oh, there's no place like N.'
  • 1950 Ford 8N - 1950 Ford 8N with 6' Bush Hog Chopper
  • 1950 Ford 8N - The tractor's first day with it's new family. Just adopted from the 'tractor shelter'.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - 1952 Ford 8N restored with foot accel and sherman
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Serial #469052 hard working Ford 8N.
  • Hard Working Ford 8N - 8N as purchased from the county - rough sheet metal but everything works.
  • 1948 Ford 8N SN84494
  • Ford 2N SN279634 (Vintage Pic) - Picture of my Ford 2N in 1948. I am sitting on it, i was 8 years old.
  • Ford 2N SN279634 - Picture of my Ford 2N rebuild
  • Snowblowing with Ford 8N
  • 1943 Ford 2N (9N117604) - Dad's new 'toy'
  • 1948 Ford 8N (With Plow) - Fresh from fixing up at the New Holland Dealer, Grandpa Jesse's Ford 8N with plow.
  • 1948 Ford 8N SN56784 (Smiling) - Great-Grandpa made (and bent) that bumper into a smile
  • Ford 8N pulling Ford 2N - My boys sitting with thier new puppy atop my working Ford 8N preparing to pull my restoration project-2N into the garage.
  • 1941 Ford 9N - 'Rusty' after some TLC 1999
  • 1943 Ford 2N
  • 1951 Ford 8N (8N348373) - Restored Ford 8N Serial Number Ford 8N348373 still used on a regular basis. I really enjoy mine and so does my son.
  • 1943 Ford 2N (117604) Left Side - In the garage tinkering again.
  • 1943 Ford 2N (117604) Right Side - The other side in the garage
  • 1943 Ford 2N - After a day of tinkerin' in the garage.
  • Ford 8N wJD Loader & Ford Back-Hoe - My Ford 8N with John Deere 80 Loader and Ford Back-Hoe. Had to replace Hydrolic Pump with External to get enough power to work the loader and Back-hoe. Looking for an Ford 8N cab. will repaint this fall.
  • 1951 Ford 8N Funk Conversion 6 Cyl - My first tractor and the best...
  • 1952 Ford 8N 8N473804 - First time out after painting. I haven't painted the Ford script as you can see.
  • 1951 Ford 8N - Here's my '51 loaded up with a 5½' box-blade and headed out to our property to prepare the driveway for gravel.The previous owner supplied the paint job and I supplied alot of TLC! He did a pretty good job on the sheetmetal but I'm afraid she's more of an 'orangebelly' than red. When we finally get our house built and I have my own garage, I think my two young sons will be old enough to help me with the full restoration.
  • 1949 Ford 8N with Canopy - The picture is of an Ford 8N purchased in 1949 equipped with the canopy as a dealer add-on.
  • 1941 Ford-Ferguson Ford 9N - '41 Ford 9N-Ferguson #68133
  • Ford 9N - Here is a picture of me with the Ford 9N tractor. I got it a little over half way home, and it started giving me trouble. Over 2 hours later, I finally made it up the driveway. Thanks to the nice folks in the discussion forums, I was able to fix the problem in a matter of minutes! I hope you like the picture!
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Totally Rebilt!!!
  • 1940 Ford 9N - Serial Number Ford 9N15730. Work in process with much help from Palmer Fossum.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - E MAIL bknox@midmaine.com
  • 1947 Ford 2N - This Ford tractor was purchased new by my grandfather, and was used until the mid '70's. It was stored in our barn until 1998 when I decided to restore it. After many hours of work this is what it looks like now.
  • Ford 9N - Ford 9N - 1939?
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Truly a ground-breaking machine, this Ford 8N poses for the camera before heading out with the brushcutter. The tractor is a mid-year 1948 with a '47 engine from a Ford 2N and a serial number starting with Ford 9Nxxxxxx.
  • 1940 Ford 9N - I restored this tractor in 3 months time with the help of the N-Board. I have more work to do on it, but it is a night and day contrast from the time I aquired it to the photo you see. My checking account needs to recover now.
  • 1948 Ford 8N Ser#84494
  • 1941 Ford 9N - Complete motor rebuild in 1976. Has Sherman 2 speed Hi/Lo transmission.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - restored winter 1999 - 2000
  • 1951 Ford 8N - 8N Ser. Ford 8N389985 with Sherman Over/Under
  • 1951 Ford 8N - But officer, I only left it for a minute!!! (Just kidding...It's almost ready for paint!!) We'll post again when its finished!!
  • 1949 Ford 8N (Before Restoration) - Before pictures
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Before pictures.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - The picture says it all!
  • 1941 Ford 9N - 1941 Ford 9N 'Old Sarge' with Ferguson 14A, Two bottom plow.
  • 1951 Ford 8N Implement - I've had the 8N for 20 years...would like to know what implement the pulley was used for??Wink & Ginger Twolky1s@aol.comThanks in advance..
  • 1951 Ford 8N - One Step At a Time!!
  • 1947 Ford 8N - Just restored
  • 1951 Ford 8N - Heck! It's part of the Family now!!
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Currently under restoration
  • 1951 Ford 8N - We're gaining on it!! How come i've got parts left over....!!
  • 1950 Ford 8N - This is not a Funk Conversion, but it was a fun conversion. She's not quite done, but she's getting there.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Always wanted an Ford 8N, this tractor is in good shape. Used for plowing snow in the 'north country', always keep it the garage. 6volt system light's still working. looking for rear tail light assembly.
  • 1948 Ford 8N/9N Hybrid and 1950 Ford 8N - I love both of these tractors and I only have 1/2 acre to work them. I have horses and it makes horsekeeping as easy as it can get.
  • Ford 2N
  • 1949 Ford 8N - This was my grandfather's tractor that I've just gotten and will begin restoring.
  • 1944 Ford 2N - I know it should be gray on gray (I didnt paint it ;) )
  • 1939 Ford 9N - One of the original Ford 9N'S
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Restored 1949 Ford 8N with my wife Ann and our dog Sadie.
  • 1951 Ford 8N (Completed) - ...install the lights and it's done..!! (sigh)...so what are we gonna do now??
  • 1940 Ford 9N - My uncle bought this tractor new and it is what I learned how to drive on when I was about 7 years old. That was in Pennsylvania. He died about 6 years ago and another uncle gave me the tractor. I live in Florida and trailered it here about 4 years ago. It has always been garage kept and saw rain about a dozen times. It is great shape and means a lot to me.
  • Ford 8N
  • Ford 9N - Here are 2 Ford 9N's I obtained recently. Haven't had the time yet to start restoration. Always looking for parts... In the meantime, they are earning their keep!
  • 1951 Ford 8N - This is a very nice tractor. It's been well taken care of. Runs great.
  • 1952 Ford 8N 459521
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Little John with SN-8N58275
  • 1948 Ford 8N - HAS SHERMAN TRANSMISSION RUNS TOPS VERY GOOD TIRES NEW DRAW BAR HANDLES VERY GOOD E-MAIL bknox@midmaine.com Richard Knox E Peru, MAINE
  • 1941 Ford 9N - This tractor was purchased by my father in 1978, and had the engine rebuilt at that time. It has served well until last spring when I decided to rebuild it to withstand the rigors of bush hogging. I converted the tractor to 12 volts, replaced the entire wiring harness, added lights, a new radiator, new starter bendix and ring-gear, clutch, clutch release bearing, clutch shaft (rebuilt), rebuilt the rear end, added sure seals and replaced all rear end gaskets to stop a massive hydraulic fluid leak, replaced the pto shaft with standard size, added ORC etc etc etc. Most importantly I added stabilizer bars and a Zane Thang to the lift mechanism. Don't ask what it cost, but be sure that it works circles around tractors half its age. It moved all that snow!
  • Late 1951 Ford 8N (side distributor) - Found in old barn. Tractor had 652 hrs, light surface rust, tires & battery were bad. Battery, tool box and two Ford wrenches - all excellent condition. Painted tractor, added tires & battery. Tractor like new. Photo 10-20-2000 (tach. time now 704 hrs.
  • 1940 Ford 9N
  • 1947 Ford 8N - Low serial # Ford 8N, Engine has been rebuilt. Tractor restored except for 12 volt conversion. Runs great and works hard.
  • Pair of 1951 Ford 8Ns - Both tractors are 51's with Sherman High/Low Aux Trans. Third 1951 not pictured is under restoration.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Tractor was purchased by my father in 1950, along with a Dearborn loader, which I still have. It was one of several tractors on our family farm. Tractor sat idle for 5 yrs, I restored this tractor with the help of Mark Jarvis(Peru Farm Ctr.) in 1997. This tractor is all original except tires, exhaust and wiring harness.
  • Ford 1948 Ford 8N - Just finished rebuilding engine, and re-painted my Ford. I use it daily. Rear blade, labor saver, and lifting boom.Love that old Ford.
  • 1951 Ford 8N - My son Gavin's first tractor ride!
  • 1939 Ford 9N - This tractor has a very unusual feature, it has an after market side distributer. If any one has one or has litature on one please E-mail me.
  • Ford 8N Funk Six Cylinder
  • 1949 Ford 8N - as found...runs great!
  • 1952 Ford 8N - She's a hard-worker. Gotta do something about those red wheels, though. ;)
  • 1950 Ford 8N - What Fun can one person have?
  • 1952 Ford 8N - She runs great....hard worker. Wish I could say the same for the other two pictured!
  • Ford 8N - This tractor has the Blackhawk halftrack installed. Its a working tractor (that explains the rust!) and the halftrack system makes it useful for getting firewood in the winter. More traction than tires on dirt!
  • 1948 Ford 8N - 'If it ain't broke...' Too bad the new ones don't run like this old guy! It gets me around my 6ac of paradise!
  • 1941 Ford 9N
  • 1950 Ford 8N - PURCHASED APRIL 26, 2000 1500.00 IN ROUGH SHAPE. COMPLETED RESTORATION MAY 5, 2001. DID IT ALL WITH THE HELP OF YESTERDAYS-TRACTOR MAGAZINE THANKS EVERYONE.
  • My first - 1950 Ford 8N - This is my very first tractor! I have to admit that I wasn't even looking for an Ford 8N; but after reading everyones comments on this site and considering the price, I just had to have it! I purchased it two weeks ago for 1650.00. It runs great! everything but the headlights work, and I am looking forward to many years of safe tractoring on it. Thanks to all who contribute to this site!P.S. I also need to get rid of that ugly blue paint!!!
  • 1950 Ford 8N - This tractor was recently restored and is now being used to brushhog 9 acres.
  • 1950 Ford 8NB - 4 cylinder, 3 point hydraulic lift, reconditoned engine. Runs very well, one owner who maintained tractor very well.
  • 1951 Ford 8N
  • 1946 Ford 2N Wearing Ford 8N Pajamas - She really is a mut, but we like er a lot!Has a home made gas tank and a coupl of oil leaks but at 55 years old she sure can run. Here she is decked out for the 4th of July!
  • 1947 Ford 8N - this is a rebuild not a restore but with the help of this graet site the rebuild turned out so good i just had to make her pertty with a new coat a paint
  • 1948 Ford 8N
  • 1952 Ford 8N - I rebuilt this tractor over the Winter and have had a lot of fun in the process. It has more power now than I thought it ever would.
  • 1947 Ford 8N - Great little tractor. Has new paint, good rubber and hydrolics. Runs great. Sherman Transmission. I like to drive it better than the Massey 135 we own.
  • 1940 Ford 9N - Serial Number Ford 9N15881
  • 1948 Ford 8N (in Blue Pajamas) - 1999 picture before giving her a D & C (a dustin' and a cleanin') and changing to the correct colors.
  • 1940 Ford 9N - This is what the wheels look like after the blots were done.
  • 1951 Ford 8N - What a great tractor, everyday I find new ways to use it around the mini farm.
  • 1947 Ford 2N - This was my grandfather's tractor. I think he would be glad to see that I am taking good care of it today.
  • 1943-44 Ford 2N - This tractor was restored in 1992 and has been used for shows only since. My wife and daughter helped in the restoration that continued for about ten months. It has the Sherman transmission, shock seat, sixteen inch tires and the glass jar attached to the air cleaner. This jar would help with the dirt that was blown into the air intake from the fan.
  • 1949 Ford 8N - This tractor has been in my family for almost 50 years. My grandfather was still using it when this picture was taken. Still in use as an agricultural workhorse.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - This tractor, like my others is unrestored. It has two main jobs; moving snow and moving cow manure.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - This is the Ford 8N that my great granddad bought new in 1950. It has been in the family since. My grandpa from Illinois used it his entire farming career until it started using too much oil. He brought it to us last Thanksgiving and we started restoring it in March. It just needs the sheet metal now. The rebuilt engine runs like a sewing machine.
  • Ford 2N 6 Cyl. Conversion - I am not sure the year on this tractor. I just recently purchased it and it runs like a charm.
  • l949 Ford 8N - restored by Bunk And Sue Brown 2001
  • 1947 Ford 2N (After) - Completely rebuilt engine, stripped, sandblasted and repainted. I considered painting it the original all-gray, but this tractor was probably repainted by the dealer when it was new to match the red/gray of the Ford 8N's. Besides, I like the redbelly colors.
  • 1947 Ford 2N (Before) - This is the tractor before I gave it a facelift. The tractor also has a Dearborn Loader that has also been completely cleaned and repainted and is waiting for winter snow removal.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Just finished a ground up restoration of my great grandfathers Ford 8N. He bought it new in 1950 and it survived and worked two (and now four) generations! About the only thing not original (or close) are the wheels. The original top hat rims were shot. The serial number is Ford 8N271101.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - My Ford 8N at work on my property. Great workhorse and I look forward to restoring it again when I am done clearing and grading.
  • 1949 Ford 8N - SN Ford 8N167346 - My '49 with home-made sprayer (and a leaking rear seal!)
  • 1946 Ford 2N - Restoring
  • Ford 9N with Loader - THIS IS MY SNOW REMOVAL MACHINE
  • 1952 Ford 8N - First time tractor owner. I love the power!!!
  • 1951 Ford 8N w/Flathead V-8 - Seen at the 2001 Courtland (Va) Hertiage Day. No, that's NOT me (can't remember the fellow's name)...but the two Farmall's in the background are mine !!
  • 1947 Ford 8N - My first, But not my last.
  • 1952 Ford 8N & Old Restored Farm Wagon - Use the Ford on the farm to haul dirt with a scoop and land scape. The Wagon was just a pile of junk and put it back together with some new wood and fiber glass. Finished it in Sept. of 2001.
  • 1952 Ford 8N, 1953 Farmall Super C, 1947 Farmall M - Geting ready for a show in our back yard in Sandusky Michigan.
  • 1949 Ford 8N - 8N with 2000 loader! I bought this Ford 9N/8n hybrid 3 years ago with a makeshift loader on it. I completely redesigned and remanufactured the loader attachment in the winter of 2000. It moves anything! I believe the engine is a 49 Ford 8N, but it has a 3 speed trans with other Ford 9N parts. thanks for a great website Doug
  • 1951 Ford 8N
  • 1951 Ford 8N - Doing the restoration
  • 1950 Ford 8N - I am the third owner, started retoring the tractor last October.
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Just Finished the RESTOREation
  • 1940 Ford 9N - This is Hank and my husband Tim. He put alot of work into restoring Hank. He used to be a rust bucket! Now he is a workhorse on our property in the Mountains! Thanks to everyone on the Ford 9N site that gave helpful advice! Tim and Patti
  • 1941 Ford 9N
  • 1949 8N with 2000 Loader - 8N with 2000 loader! I bought this 9n/8n hybrid 3 years ago with a makeshift loader on it. I completely redesigned and remanufactured the loader attachment in the winter of 2000. It moves anything! I believe the engine is a 49 8n, but it has a 3 speed trans with other 9n parts. thanks for a great website Doug check out the before photo @ ; http;//members.aol.com/_ht_a/defracer/loader/before.jpg
  • Ford 8N - lets try this again
  • 1940 Ford 9N - Here is what 'Hank' looked like before and after the many hours of restoration. He is now living high in the Colorado mountains at 8600 ft. earning his keep.
  • 1946 Ford 9N w/V8 - This is a Hunt conversion. Completed in the summer of 2001.
  • 1950 ?? Ford 8N
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Newly purchase and very happy with this beauty.
  • 1947 Ford 9N - Before shot.....After shot next spring
  • 1942 Ford 2N Wartime Model - No tires, battery, generator, starter or lights. Equipped with magneto and crank. Rough rider in third gear but plows well in second.
  • 1944 Ford 2N - Serial Number Ford 9N136357. This was my grandfather's tractor. It is still used to maintain the same 18 acre farm. See my site www.erols.com/hpmt
  • Ford 8N w/Farmking Blade - I have plowed with this tractor for three winters. I plow mostly in reverse gear with the blade spun around facing backward. I quit using the tire chains because I dont think they help that much. A little momentum is all it takes. The blade is a FARMKING. The 3-point stabilizer kit improves the blade stability a lot.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - At the Oakly Mi. Old Gas Tractor Show Largest Tractor show in Michigan. Now Listen I said Ttactor Show no body even comes close If you want to see tractors this is the place.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Old Rollie taking the 8N for A ride at the Caro Old Engine and Tractor Show. Another Tractor Restored by Lloyd Schumacher
  • Ford 8N on Tracks - This tractor was at renfo valley, ky show 2000
  • 1941 Ford 9N - I found this tractor rusting in a field with out wheels. I used 800 pounds of sand just to sand blast it. It now runs and has a place of honor next to the Cub Cadet. It was a fun project.
  • 1951 Ford 8N - MY Ford 8N with my Meyers Snow Plow Addition
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Newly installed Dearborn 19-1 Universal Frame and 19-2 Snow/Dozer Blade.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - SECOND TRACTOR I HAVE DONE. LOVE DOING THEM. THIS Ford 8N DOES NOT HAVE CORRECT SIZE HEAD LAMPS
  • 1950 Ford 8N - This tractor is a 1950 ford Ford 8N and it lives in Wisconsin
  • 1950 Ford 8N - s/n324582, home made loader
  • 1944 Ford 2N - Code b-14-4, I still use this tractor on our 17 acre place so i can not fix it up too nice, but i do have fun with it. My grandfather got it new and it still works on the same land.
  • 1951 Ford 8N - This is my pride and joy. I looked all over for a good Ford 8N and I found this one on Yesteray's Tractors Photo Ads. I had to go to Canada to pick it up but it was worth it. The tractor's in perfect condition. That's my granddaughter, Hailey, with me.
  • 1947 Ford 8N
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Just restored from ground up. My 3rd restoration. I sweat the details on this one. Will be for sale this spring.
  • 1947 Ford 2N and 1954 John Deere 70 - At the antique parade at the annual Strawberry Festival in Owego, NY 6/01. Dad (Dave2N) is on the 70, little brother Dan on the N
  • 1949 Ford 8N 6cyl Funk - my two pride and joy
  • John Deere 70 and Ford 2N - Same tractors, same parade, different angle.
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Serial Number #304330, completely rebuilt tractor including engine, hydraulics, front end, brakes, seals, and many new parts.still have to install lites and running boards. took 6 mo. and was enjoyable. thanks for looking and hope ya like it. pete
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Restored Ford 8N completed in December, 2001 by Frank Alphonse of Casco, Michigan.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - SN Ford 8N307952 with home built cab. Excellent runner that will get some cosmetic upgrades and a few new seals!!
  • 1948 Ford 8N - I bought it in 1994 and it is the best investment I've ever made! Absolutely the best little workhorse around...
  • 1946 Ford 2N - My first tractor. Bought Aug.1999. My 3 kids call it the 4th child.
  • 1953 Ford 8N - This tractor was painted and had several minor repairs made to it by the Agriculture Mechanics classes. The tractor belongs to a community supporter of the FFA chapter.
  • 1950 Ford 8N w/Cab (Inside View) - Cab is homemade
  • 1950 Ford 8N w/Cab (Left Side) - Cab is homemade
  • 1948 Ford 8N - This Ford 8N was purchased new in 1948 by my father, Tim Mulligan, from Tony Cecil of Holder Tractor, Owensboro, KY. It has served our family well over the past 54 years. I have officially retired it and have had it completely restored to its original beauty for all the rest of the family to enjoy. (Restoration and repainting by Wally Simon, retired, mechanic & paint shop foreman of Holder Tractor, Owensboro.)(Photography; Jack Cecil)
  • 1941 Ford 9N - This is a great little tractor. It was purchased at burghs, like most of our tractors, for 1300 dollars. It was siverly rigged with semi truck tires on the back, a rool bar, and the tin was all welded up. but is did run good. When we brought it home, it was all red and grey like a massey ferguson, lets jsut say it was preaty ugly. but everything that is ugly, its just a mask. Look what this turned out to be under that mask.
  • 1941 Ford 9N - Got this tractor and one more 1945/1941 and made one good one. Tyler you got me fired up for this one thanks Paul
  • 1950 Ford 8N
  • 1947 Ford 8N - Bought in 2001. Seems to be in pretty good shape. Look closely at rear axle - believed to be axles from Ferguson TE-20.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Faithfully restored to original condition in 2001.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - This is the often mentioned 'pitiful' Ford 8N on the Board. It is a '52 Ford 8N with Sherman HiLo which was completely restored from A to Z. I did all the work except engine machine work. It is now for sale.
  • 1952 Ford 8N
  • 1940 Ford 9N - I use this little tractor alot. It will do all I need it to.
  • 1951 Ford 8N - yes it does snow in Arizona!!
  • 1946 Ford 2N - Has ARPS Blackhawk snowplow installed. Works great on the snow.
  • Ford 8N Tractor Assembly Line - An old picture of Ford 8N tractors on the assembly line.
  • 1951 Ford 8N - Just an old form boy with his toy.
  • 1944 Ford 2N (Pic #1) - This is a pic taken in 1947 of my grandparents and freinds all around my 2n. It still works the same land that it did that day. To see more go to www.erols.com/hpmt
  • 1944 Ford 2N (Pic #2) - This is a pic taken in 1947 of my grandparents and freinds all around my 2n. It still works the same land that it did that day. To see more go to www.erols.com/hpmt
  • 1940 Ford 9N
  • 1951 Ford 8N Tractor with Sherman Transmission - I Have owned this tractor for over twenty years and have the origanal bill of sales from Baker tractor in Swansea Ma
  • 1951 Ford 8N - Here is my Ford 8N tractor along with a bobcat loaded and ready yo go to a job.rwtbobcat@hotmail.com and check out my web site for more tractor photo's at http;//rwtbobcat.com
  • 1951 Ford 8N Funk 6 cyl with Loader and backhoe
  • 1951 Ford 8N (Snowed In) - My Ford 8N tractor with chipper was at least a week before i could get it out of there too more photo's at http;//rwtownsend.com
  • 1951 Ford 8N with Morbark 290 Chipper - Left my tractor on a chipping job on a hollow here on cape cod i thought it never snows here.For more photo's try http;//rwtownsend.com
  • 1951 Ford 8N with Wagner Loader - Have owned this tractor since the late 70's.Also it has a sherman transmission.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - This is my grandpas ford Ford 8N. It has been completly overhauled, new rims and tires, now its just waiting for a paint job.
  • 1942 Ford 9N - I just bought it and it runs great! 30 psi on the Oil Pressure ser# Ford 9N90504 every thing is there except the air cleaner intake tube thru the Hood (Factory Hole) and the oil cup on the bottom of the filter. It has a non/pressure radiator, plug wire tube and all the original upper and lower lift arms and hand crank. Nice part it has the Sherman High/Low transmission and factory 6-blade pusher fan and the 8 inch rims on the rear. Mark Hendershot
  • 1942 Ford 9N (Undergoing Restoration) - It don't look the same now! I have it all apart getting it ready for paint. Now is the time to clean the parts up real good. This is the hard part. Mark Hendershot
  • 1939 Ford 9N - I am the third owner of this tractor. I found it in a barn outside of Sulphur Springs Texas. It had not run in several years and was in poor shape. It looks better now since a little TLC has been applied.
  • 1944 Ford 2N
  • 1945 Ford 2N - Working Ford 2N all cleaned up.
  • 1942 Ford 9N - Tractor Restore Two. This is the second photo of the restore don't have to much to go now. It is all painted and waiting for some parts to come to finish it. Mark
  • 1947 Ford 8N - I like it
  • 1948 Ford 8N ? - WE beleive its a 48 Ford 8N We bought her MARCH 22 2002 Me being goofy Have a good laugh
  • 1945 Ford 2N - I always wanted my dad to buy a Ford tractor when I was a kid, but he never did! In 1997 at the age of 59 I finally got my own. I love it, everything works like new and it is a pleasure to operate.
  • 1947 Ford 9N - I purchased this tractor by trading a kubota deisel tractor and I have about 2500.00 in it
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Just purchased this 1949 Ford 8N. Not sure on the serial as I can not find any numbers. It appears to be in good condition and after an oil, oil gear and spark plug change it is running nicely.
  • 1942 Ford 9N (Back View) - Here is a back view of it. Mark
  • 1942 Ford 9N - Well it is done!! Sure looks different then befor. Took about 4 weeks of work to do it. I have to split it to fix the clutch but I thought I would take a picture first in case I get mad and part it out! Mark
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Just purchased this tractor last week I am begining a restoration this fall, I will be using it on a regular basis at home.
  • Ford 8N - This little Ford 8N is on it's third generation in our family. The original owner was my grandfathe
  • 1949 Ford 8N & Loader - I have just purchased this tractor to use and restore in the High Desert of California.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - This is the completed version of the 'pitiful' Ford 8N. Now complete with 12 v electronic ign. Complete restoration, hydraulics overhall, all papers and receipts, See classifieds for e-mail.
  • 1952 Ford 8N-C - I put up a photo when I bought this tractor 2 months ago, here is a recent photo after a bit of work. Engine will be rebuilt this winter
  • 1952 Ford 8N (Before) - This was the beginning of my restoration back in February 2002
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Engine Front View - This is where I'm at now May 11, 2002. Everything's new in the engine.
  • 1946 Ford 9N - In the process of restoring this Ford 9N. Trying to sell it as I work on this project. See more pics at http;//users.joplin.com/thebolls/
  • 1951 Ford 8N
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Just about done
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Per the Serial Number it is suppose to be a 1950.
  • 1951 Ford 8N
  • 1944 Ford 2N (After) - End of day 1
  • 1944 Ford 2N (Before) - Before photo
  • Late 1951 Ford 8N w/Side Distributor (Side View) - Different view of tractor.
  • Late 1951 Ford 8N w/Side Distributor - Repainted, added tires & battery. Like new, has 709 hrs. on tachometer.
  • 1939 Ford 9N - This ol' fellow, runs like a champ, I still use it daily and plow up 6 acres each year.
  • 1949 Ford 8N with 289 Ford V8 - My Father and I built this tractor for tractor shows
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Brakes - Brakes on my 52 8N
  • 1948 Ford 8N
  • 1942 Ford 9N - Serial Number #9N90504 - I have it finished now. I took her out for a drive around the place. I have decided to sell it and restore another tractor. I have it on Ebay right now item # 1736531044 and if it dose not sell I will try here. It was a fun prolect to do and looking forward to doing another restore. Mark H.
  • Ford 8N 19? - I just bought this tractor can someone tell me what year it is approx... lsbasiaga@aol.com
  • Ford 8N Wheel Retrofit - the 8N did not come with the wide lug pattern some time in the past 50 years or so somebody changed these hubs and put on these 16 inch tires the hubs have the brake drums intact i need new rims can anybody help me.? what kind of rim is this? lsbasiaga@aol.com
  • 1952 Ford 8N
  • 48 Ford 8N - This mounting system came with the 8N I bought. Can anyone tell me what the mounting system is for?
  • 1944 Ford 2N - A little more blasting to go!
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Moving right along. Just painted the 'N' today. Will start putting it back together this weekend.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - This is the pic the previous owner had taken prior to my purchase. Wish I had his buildings. I've owned her 3 months and she's agood o gal.
  • 1942 Ford 9N - Engine Closeup - This is a side view of the 9N restored. Mark H.
  • 1940 Ford 9N - Faithful to original specifications restoration, right down to the paint. Owned and restored by Frank Alphonse of Casco, MI.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Hello! I'm from Rio Preto, Brazil. This is my 1950 Ford 8N; It was bought, in 1994, and I drove it, for the first time in 1998. All I had to do on it, I did at home, in the garage... I hope you enjoy it...Ronaldo
  • 1952 Ford 8N (Late Model) - Gettin Closer And Closer To Completion.
  • 1941 Ford 9N - The tractor has been re-engined with a motor from an Ford 8N. It is also the only Ford 9N that I am aware of in New York State to be registered as a historical vehicle! It performs light duty chores around the farm, but for the most part I use it just for fun and to show.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - I bought it in july 2001. fixed a few oil leaks and repainted it. my first tractor, love it.
  • 1941 Ford 9N - The Ford 9N is finally doing some work.
  • 1952 Late Model 8N - Mystery Part - MYSTERY PART - Can't remember where this part goes but I believe it's part of the throttle assembly. The number stamped on it is; 10489. Can't find a picture or any reference to it in the FO-4 manual. Any help in identifying this part and where it goes would be appreciated. A picture would be a big help. Thanks!Greg
  • 1953 Ford Jubilee & 1948 Ford 8N - Had the Ford 8N for about 8 years, just got the Jubilee a few weeks ago.
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Bought in 1996, sold in 1999, re-purchased in 2002. My son Timmy is learning early how to operate it.
  • 1941 Ford 9N - Needs Work
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Serial Number 129172 - Here is my 'N', my two boys helped me paint up.
  • 1951 Ford 8N - STILL STRONG AFTER 51 YEARS
  • 1951 Ford 8N - BLACK BEAR HUNT CLUB FEED PLOT
  • 1949 Ford 8N - one nice tractor
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Homemade sprayer.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - WE traded our old WD45 Allis Chalmers for this little Ford 8N Tractor. It has half the power of the WD45 but it also has a wide front end which my wife says makes it safer. The allis has a tricycle front end so she was afraid I would flip it. I guess I will get to like the Ford as much as I did the 1957 Allis Chalmers.Especially after I get the steering fixed. It only turns to the right now.LOl
  • 1940 Ford 9N (burnin brush) - Here is my old 1940 Ford 9N, shown here tidying up a pile of brush I was burning. Incentive to fix that lingering gas leak... ;-)
  • 1946 Ford 2N - Tractor was restored from derelict left in a field for 15+ years. It has both a Sherman auxiliary transmission and a Howard two speed rear end. More images at; http;//public.fotki.com/mikesloane/1946_ford_2n/
  • 1952 Ford 8N - This is a working tractor. I use it to mow, plow snow, and plant food plots. On this day she was wash & waxed for the 4th of July parade in Eastman WI.
  • 1939 Ford 9N
  • 1944 Ford 2N - Touch Control - Hydraulic touch control
  • 1952 Ford 8N
  • 1947 Ford 8N - This is my uncles Ford 8N and his bordercolly dog in front. He uses it to Brush hog his 10 acres about twice a month. He also uses it to blade. He would be interested in trading for a bigger tractor, like a 600-800 of equal value.
  • Ford 9N - Ilderton Heritage Fair
  • Hydreco Back Hoe 52 8N - This is a Hydreco Back Hoe on a 1952 8N tractor. Don't know much about it except it is a Beefey on for this size of tractor.
  • 1944 Ford 2N - Primed and ready for paint...finally!
  • 1952 Ford 8N
  • 1952 Ford 8N - This is a left over spring from an engine rebuild. The spring looks like it goes on the outside of the engine. Where does it go?
  • Fits A 2n I Think - I know its 5 foot thats about it.
  • 1944 Ford 2N (Restoration in Progress) - Making progress!
  • 8N Backhoe attachment - This is a Backhoe that came off a 8N Tractor. I do not know the make but it seems well built. Mark
  • 1955 Farmall 400 & 1940 Ford 9N
  • 1940 Ford 9N - This tractor was my wife's grandpa's tractor. It worked the farm for 40 years and was always kept inside out of the weather so it was easy to disassemble to paint. It runs real good.
  • Ford 8N - First Tractor / New Project
  • 1950 Ford 8N (Before) - This is before... Poor thing is blue... Wait 2 weeks to see the final as the motor was put back togher today... (Last part to be painted red)
  • 1952 Ford 8N (After) - Took me 16 months to rebuild this tractor, using all new, original, or reproduction parts. 'course I don't work too fast.
  • 1945 Ford 2N - Purists be damned. I painted this little2N in the Ford 8N paint style. It's a little more colorful than the Ford gray and besides this tractor had been painted a half dozen times before in any color you could possibily imagine
  • 1950 Ford 8N w/Cordwood Saw - 1950 FORD Ford 8N. FRONT MOUNT DISTRIBUTOR. SHERMAN OVER/UNDER. DEARBORN CORDWOOD SAW.
  • 1951 Ford 8N - Bought in June from a local farmer and am busy bringing it back to original condition. My first tractor and I am hooked. Love it.
  • 1941 Ford 9N - Used a metallic silver grey instead of the original dark grey paint.
  • 41 Ford 9N - This is the reason why my tractor refused to start.
  • 1940 Ford 9N - Left side
  • 1940 Ford 9N - Gonna get started rebuildingthis
  • 1948 Ford 8N - I have had this tractor for about 2 years, but am having a hard time getting it restored as it gets used most of the time.
  • 1950 Case D, 1949 Ford 8N, 1959 Ford 641 - Just figured Id show my new project.Its a 1959 Ford (641), it has original sheet metal, lights, script fenders, tool box and Power Steering, Next time you see it it will be the correct colors, RED and GREY, and it will be restored to original.I just sold the Ford 8N, with loader .angle blade and forlks.
  • 1944 Ford 2N - Just finished with the restoration. I am pretty pleased with the outcome. A before photo is also posted on the board. Now that its all cleaned up, its going back to work!
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Cooler Placement - Solved the cooler placement problem. Works great!
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Almost done with the restoration. Still have the fenders and grille to do.
  • Ford 8N
  • 1946 Ford 2N - This was my Grandpap's first tractor. My Dad started restoring it but he passed away in Dec. 2001. So my family and I decided to finish it in memory of my Dad as well as my Grandpap.
  • 1945 Ford 2N - The first pic of my new project...Its got a long way to go!
  • 1945 Ford 2N - Cyclone Oil Bath Air Cleaner - I spent some time on this one cleaning it up. It was nice to find one with the original bottom still on it. Mark H.
  • 1949 Ford 8N - This tractor has been in my family since the late 50's. I hope to get it running soon.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Engine - In the primer stage after lots of sanding.Hope to be done by xmas 2002!
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Original 6v pos. grnd system, and original rivited bumper.
  • Ford 8N - Fan Schroud - Note the old schroud has a offset in it for the fan. The old schroud had been cobbled up by some one. Probably to install a new belt or water pump. The fan on my 48 8N protrudes past the left side of the radiator. Why???? Does anyone know. I have seen only one other like this and that is on my son in-laws 2N.
  • Ford 8N - Serial Number/Casting Date Locations - This image is of the side of an 8N engine with 'blow-ups' to show the detail clearer. Text on image explains 'decoding' the casting date.
  • 1945 Ford 2N Tractor - Exploded View Of Steering Box & Shifter - I spent about 8 Hours cleaning this up! It was in very good shape for the age of it. This is all the parts inside the steering box and 3 Speed Shifter. Mark H.
  • 1948 8N - Engine
  • Ford 9N & 2N - Hitch For 2N & 9N Fords - This Hitch was made for 9Ns & 2N Ford Tractors. They do not have a means to bolt them up under the rear end so this one was desigined to bolt on the Chain Mounting Holes. Mark H.
  • 1945 2N Ford - Back View Of Hall Lamp - This is showing a close up of the back View with the 'Hall Lamp' logo. Mark H.
  • 1945 2N Ford - Hall Lamp Head /Work Light - This is a Hall Light it was used as a head light. I have only seen the painted types use on the N-Tractors this one said Ford and Hall Lamp on it. Mark H.
  • 1945 2N Ford - Logo On Hall Light - This is the Ford Logo on the Hall Lamp. Mark H.
  • 1953 8N Ford - Rear Work Light - This was off a 52 8N ford but hard to know if it is ford or not real close to there work lights but the Books are not clear. The lense is missing on it. There are 2 hole on the back for the switch and wire to come out of. Mark H.
  • 1950 Ford 8N (Restored)
  • 1951 Ford 8N Serial #381487 - Found in a collapsed shed. Hasn't been run since 1974. Is now running and hopefully to be restored in the future.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Just finished a 'working restoration'
  • 1952 Ford 8N - What is the value of my Ford 8N, I have a single bottom plow, graderbox, snowblade, finishmower, that go along with this, The tractor runs good.Thanks
  • 1945 2N Ford - Engine Block Clean - This is what a clean Engine looks like! I spent a few days on it making it look that way. Mark H.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Bought this tractor to work as a lawn mower on 9 acres. I can't believe I'm looking forward to cutting the grass this spring.
  • 1947, Ford 8N - This 1947 Ford 8N tractor was found in rough shape when we bought our farm in Bootjack, Michigan in 1998. With a new paint job and a little TLC, we were able to restore it to nearly new condition. We feel very fortunate to have this little gem amongst our other antique farm equipment. Today the tractor is used primarily to cut grass around our farm and it remains a true joy to ride and display to tractor enthusiast throughout the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
  • 8N Ford Tractor - Hydraco Hydraulic Pump - This was the Hydraco Hydraulic Pump that suppiled the Hydraulic Fluid to the Backhoe of the PTO Shaft. Mark H.
  • 1947 2N Ford Tractor - Head Light Wings - Head Light Wings for a 2N tractor with backing plate. Mark H.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - My older brother seems very pleased with the new tractor and plows (that's the school bus in the background)
  • 1951 Or 52 Ford 8N - This is a photo of my Dad giving me my first ride on an 8N. Photo was dated JULY 1957. I was 2 1/2 years old at the time.
  • 1951 Or 52 Ford 8N - This was my first solo on my Dad's 8N. (Actually he had the keys in his pocket). Photo was dated JULY 1957. I was 2 1/2 years old at the time.
  • 1940 Ford 9N
  • 1940 Ford 9N - Newest project, This is the before pic and I will Post an after pic in a few weeks when I get it done. I am replacing the hood and dog legs and all the transmission gears.The engine runs good, no smoke, it only needs new gaskets.
  • 1942 9N - Cracked Block - Block didnt have antifreeze in it and block cracked
  • 2N Ford Tractor - Brake Pawls - These are the parts to hold the brake on when you get off the tractor. Mark H.
  • 2N Ford Tractor - Genorator And Bracket - This is a Tension Bracket for the 2N Generator. Mark H.
  • 1940 Ford 9N - Great summer project redoing the old girl
  • Late 52 8N Ford - 6 Volt Original Voltage Regulator - This is a Original Voltage Regulator for a 6 Volt Generator. Mark H.
  • Ford 8N Forklift - This is not mine. I saw it at an auction. Don't know what it sold for. I had to leave before it sold. I've never seen another anywhere.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - I'll be starting restoration nexy year. I haven't seen any with the air intake through the hood, or with the same front wheels. Any info on this?
  • 1944 Ford 2N - STARTING TO RESTORE, ANY SUGGESTIONS?
  • 1946 Ford 2N/9N - Enjoyed this working on this Ford 2N to bring it back to life. My 4 girls helped carry wrenches and my 1 year old's first word was 'Tractor'! I will be pulling a float in our upcoming college Homecoming parade...should turn some heads in the crowd.
  • 1944 Ford 2N
  • 1947 Ford 8N - The picture is of me taken in Dec. 1947 when I was 11 yrs. old. I still have the tractor and I restored it 2 yrs. ago.
  • 1947 Ford 8N - This tractor was purchased new by my father in Nov. 1947. I restored it 2 yrs. ago
  • 1951 8N Ford - Dirty Pump - This is a hydraulic pump out of my 51 8N that showed clean hyd. oil on the dip stick. This muck was everywhere I'm sure glad I pulled it apart.
  • 1951 Ford 8N - This tractor is equipped with a Wagner Loader and dual rear wheels.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - This was a real pig in a poke when I got it. Spent lots of money on it. Now it runs great and looks good.
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Look at my 1937 International D30 1&1/2 ton truck this page under classic trucks 2 pic
  • 2ROW Parker Bean Puller & 8N Ford - This Bean Puller was used to pull ripe dry white beans I got this bean puller ready for the old fashon bean day last summer. Every thing is much different in the harvesting of beans in 2002.
  • Ford 1950 8N - Anyone know the Maker of this seat and maybe what tractor type it came off? It was on a 8N but may be a after market type for a different tractor. Thanks, Mark H.
  • 1941 Ford 9N - This was the first tractor that my Dad owned. The photo was taken in the early spring of 1943. That's my oldest sister, Kathryn, on my Dad's lap. Photo was taken in Forest County, PA.
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Restored and working by 3rd. owner.
  • 1941 Ford Ferguson-9N - I bought this tractor in 2001 and I galvanized the tin work and repainted it. I also drove it in the 4th of July parade in Southampton, PA
  • 1947 Ford 2N With Dearborn 1 Bottom Plow - The tractor was our first redo, it means alot to us, has a Sherman 'step up' now which will be replaced this winter with a combination unit.
  • 1945 2N Ford - Lower Link Asembley Bar Ends - This is for the Pin Clips to hold them when not in use. Mark H.
  • 1945 2N Ford - Rocker Link Upper Point - This shows the chains to hold the pins on the Rocker Assembley. Mark H.
  • 1950 8N Ford - Rest-O-Ride Seat - Have been told it is a Rest-O-Ride seat. Mark H.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Just got it home a few hours ago! Not to bad of shape for a Garden orndinment in someones yard. Took a while to get them to part with it. Mark H.
  • 1953 Ford 8N 6CYL Funk - Close to finishing
  • 1950 8N Ford - 8N Hydraulic Pump - This is a Hydraulic Pump out of a 1950 8N ford. Looked pretty good when I pulled it. Mark H.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Working 50 Ford 8N shown w/ 19-60 Dearborn loader and Shaver HD8 post driver.
  • 1943 Ford 2N - Engine/Front Axel Pivot Area - I am going through the front end of a 2n I recently purchased. It had a large loader on it and everything in the front end was warnout or broke. I know the colors are wrong and will repaint entire tractor when all mechanical issues are fixed. Front axel replaced, new spindle bushings, fornt axel was worn past bushing, new steel bushing installed and welded and accepts factory sixe bushings.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Restored 2 yrs ago and used regularly for grading raking posthole digging and plowing snow
  • 50 Ford 8N - 1948 Ford 8N Industrial Engine - This is a 48 8N Industrial Engine out of a 1950 Ford 8N Tractor. Just the same as the Regular Engines but has a Water Temp Sending Unit in the head. Mark H.
  • 1950 8N Ford - 6 Hole Rocker Assembley - This is the 6 Hole Rocker Assembly and the Sleeve that holds it on the rear end casting. Mark H.
  • 1945 2N Ford Tractor - Exploded View Steering Box - This is a exploded view of the Shifter and Steering Box. Mark H.
  • 1950 8N Ford - Air Filter Media - This is the early non removable filter Media on the 8N Oil Bath Air Cleaner.Mark H.
  • 1950 Ford 8N Receiver Hitch - This is a 2' square reese style receiver hitch I built for my 8N.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Ford 8n belt pulley driving dearborn cordwood saw.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Bottom Bearing In The Steering Box Of A 8N - This is the bottom bearing for the steering on a late 8N steering box. Mark H.
  • 1945 2N Ford - Hydraulic Pump - This shows the 2N and 9N Hydraulic Pump Control Valve. Mark H.
  • 1950 8N Ford - Spider Gears In Rear Differental - These are the Spider Gears inside the Rear Differental in the Ford Ns. Mark H.
  • 1941 Ford 9N - The before shots...fresh out of the shed for the first time in almost 30 years. Coming soon... the after shots.
  • 1949 Ford 8N - It has a bno40 engine. It's a project for sure.
  • 1951 Ford 8Ns - All in a weeks work. I bought all three of these Ford 8N's in the same week
  • 1948 Ford 8N - This is my first Ford 8N. runs great. gonna be ready for the snow.
  • 1950 Ford 8N/Dearborn Road Grader
  • 1941 Ford 9N - Wheel Clearance
  • 1948 Ford 8N - This is my completed 48, with the wrong front wheels, (off of an Ford 9N). I have on the boom pole my 5 point from Michigans opening day.
  • 41 9N - Dell And The Boys
  • 1942 Ford 2N - Just bought it from a widow. Everything works, plan on using, not restoring, but might add a plow blade 'Ultradog' style, along with a 4' Box Blade. It has 12V electrical, and i'll add Headlights, Taillight, worklights etc.
  • 1950 Ford 8N & Chipper - This is a 1950 Ford 8N powering a Bearcat PTO driven chipper. 5 inch capacity on chipper. That is a 1961 Ford 6000 in the background.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - We recently bought this baby for bush hogging our 5 acres. The previous owner sprayed blue over the red (and the grease!) It's a bit ugly but, mechanically, in good shape.Here, I had just taught my wife to drive it. She did very, very well!
  • 1948 8N With A Howard?? - Howard? Rotary Hoes LTD Reduction Gear - I thought this was a Howard but now not sure. It is made by Rotary Hoes of England and called a Reduction Gear. Used to lower ground speed but keep the PTO speed the same. Mark H.
  • 1948 Ford 8N Howard Shifter? - The Shifter For The Rotary Hoe Reduction Gear - This is the shifter for the Reduction Gear it replaces the dip stick inspection plate. Mark H.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Howard Reduction Gears - Here is a picture of what it looks like on the transmission with the PTO Shifter where it would be all bolted in place. Mark H.
  • 1940 Ford 9N - Plan on using around the property. I'll do small improvements to the tractor but I don't plan on 'restoring' it.
  • 8N Tractor Bracket? - This was on a Lower link Arm and bolted to the hole in the center. It went on over the bar just like it is in the picture. Mark H.
  • Ford 8N Wiring Schematic - Ford 8N Front Mount Distributor 12VDC Wiring Schematic
  • 1940 Ford 9N - I plan on using around the property. I'll do some 'fixing up' but I don't plan on 'Restoring' it. But, you never know...
  • 1951 Ford 8N - Serial #381487, cutting grass.
  • 1951 Ford 8N Serial #381487 - Here is #381487 turning a little dirt!
  • 1944 Ford 2N - just bought this. next step complete teardown
  • 1948 8N Ford - Backing Plate Side Of Brakes 8N Ford - This is the other view of the back side against the Backing Plate. Mark H.
  • 1948 8N Ford - Rear Brake Assembleys - Thid is the inside view facing out. Mark H.
  • 1952 Ford 8N19 - 1952 Ford 8N with a Louisiana Bumper
  • 8N Ford - Front Axle Support Housing?? - This was bolted on a 8N Engine for the Support housing. Much stronger then I have seen befor. Could be a Ferguson mount but all the parts on it were Ford. Mark H.
  • Ford 9N - Front Mount Timing
  • 1941 Ford 9N - Just bought this 1941 Ford 9N up in wisconsin, runs great!
  • 1946 Ford 2N - I rebuilt this tractor about 5 years ago. It has a stall clutch which allows live lift. It has steelcraft cab and running boards, 9 forward speeds, 3 reverse speeds, 6volt cigar lighter, horn and fan. Almost like driving a John Deere! Ha Ha
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Almost forgot how much fun it is. Got about 4 in. and a chance to play.
  • 1952 Ford 8N
  • 52 Ford 8N - Left Side Running Board - Both running boards have a flattened flared out section on the back end with two holes in them. Haven't seen another 8N with running boards like these before. I'm curious to know if these are original to an 8N and if so what is the purpose of the extensions ?
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Side Mount Distributor - This is a picture of a 1952 Ford 8N distributor cap showing the correct location of each cylinder plug wire.
  • 41 9N - Snow
  • 1946 Ford 2N - Front Mounted - Part #9N12131
  • 1944 Ford 2N
  • 1948 Ford 8N
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Restoration Project. Serial # Ford 8N24342
  • 1940 Ford 9N With Tracks - Another picture of the Ford 9N
  • 1940 Ford 9N - Just put my tracks on today!!!
  • 8N - 8N , NAA Part Number 8N 541-B
  • 8N - Part # 8N-541-B Plunger - We made this on our CNC lathe and will produce more if the demand is there.
  • 8N - Plunger # 8N 541-B
  • 1948 Ford 8N Funk 6 W/ Sherman Power Digger - Well it's not pretty...yet, but it digs good and runs good. Sherman 54B100 Power digger on back and Hyd. up and down blade on front. Funk conversion with the cast-iron oilpan. It was LPG most of it's life. I have lots of yard work and waterlines to do this summer, then plan to take the hoe off and start making the old Ford 8N look good! Thanks for looking, Donzil
  • 1948 Ford 8N Funk 6 - Lots of work to get it looking good, but it runs well. Funk conversion with Ford 226 cid flathead 6 with the cast iron oilpan. The hood is cut out because it was on LPG. I posted another picture showing more of the Sherman Power Digger 54B100 and hyd. front blade. It is going to work for a year of two before it starts getting prettied up! Thanks for looking, Donzil
  • 1951 Ford 8N - PURDY, PARKED OUTSIDE HER BAT CAVE.
  • Ford 8N With V-8 - Caught at the Edgar WI Steam and Gas Engine Show
  • 1940 Ford 9N
  • 2002 Ford 8N - My first tractor. Madelyn, 1-1/2 years.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Mostly restored. Still have to wire lights and do a few touch-ups on the paint. Comments welcome.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - 1.5 YEARS IN THE RESTORE PROCESS
  • 1952 Ford 8N Front View
  • 1952 Ford 8N
  • 1948 Ford 8N
  • Ford 9N/2N/8N - One Piece Front Seal - This is an inexpensive one piece neoprene garter seal that fits the front of 9N/2N/8N tractor engines. See my post to the Ford 9N,2N,8N for more info.
  • 1942 9N - Throttle Linkage - This is the Throttle Linkage with spring. Mark H.
  • 1943 Ford 2N - This tractor is a great toy! its for sale on photo ads --moridan_04@yahoo.com
  • 1950 Ford 8N - I bought her to play with, having fun.
  • 1951 Ford 8N - I am the second owner of this tractor.The engine was froze when I got it. Runs great now
  • 1947 Ford 2N With Brush Hog - love it
  • 1948 Ford 8N - 1948 Ford 8N, Serial Number *8N100722* Converted to 12 Volt System, No Leaks, 3 Point Hitch with Blade, New Tires, New Battery, Runs Great, No Smoke. Deffinetely a 1948 and not a swapped Hybred, New Paint no Rust. 4500. Will assist in delivery.
  • 1944 Ford 2N - Half way there, hope to be done in time for spring
  • 1952 Ford 8N - One of my restorations
  • 8N Ford - I received this piece along with two trailer loads of Dearborn implements that came with an 8N Ford tractor that I purchased. Can anybody tell me what this piece is called and/or what's it for?
  • 1946 Ford 2N - Mostly restored. Has a Sherman auxiliary transmission plus a Howard two speed rear.
  • 1950 8N Ford With Dearborn Cordwood Saw
  • 8N Ford With Sherman Step-Up? - Can anyone identify what type of auxilary transmission this tractor has? It was at an auction I attended recently.
  • Ford 8N - Front Dist
  • 1941 Ford 9N - Just finished reconditioning this Ford 9N.I decided to paint it Ford 8N colors, I think that it looks better.Its been sanded primed and proffesonaly painted.I have replaced and installed many new parts.Runs Verygood.Drives, 3 point and steers perfect. Craig..
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Sleeve Puller 2 Of 2 - This is another picture of the puller with the sleeves pulled. It only took a matter of minutes, once everything was set up.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Sleeve Puller - This is a cylinder sleeve puller (actually pusher in this case) turned on a lathe out of aluminum. Smaller step diameter is 3.18'. Outer diameter is 3.35'. These dimensions are for thick wall (.090) sleeves.
  • 1940 9N Ford - Nutplate At Corner Of Radiator - This shows how the early, non-pressurized radiator is to be attached to the front axle support. Into this hole screws a 7/16 - 14 bolt. Don't make it too long, though, or you'll punch through into the copper tank behind the hole and 'strike water'
  • 1944 Ford 2N - Ready for tomorrows show
  • 1939 Ford 9N
  • 1947 8N - Here is a picture of the 3 point lift on my recently purchased 8N ford. Can anyone tell me what the 2 brackets are that are attached to the lift arms and rest on the rear axle? Were these Ford items or aftermarket? Thanks ,Craig
  • 1947 8N - Just bought another tractor project .Its a Ford ,8N .Just finished the older 1941 9N.Enjoy seeing these old tractors come back to life in original form..
  • 1947 Ford 8N - Just bought another tractor project .Its a Ford, 8N .Just finished the older 1941 Ford 9N.Enjoy seeing these old tractors come back to life in original form..
  • 1948 Ford 8N - 1955 Mercury engine 255 cu. in.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - my son and i restored it after it was sitting for 20 yrs
  • 1939 Ford 9N - The first day I brought the tractor home.
  • 1940 Ford Ferguson Ford 9N - One owner tractor with original aluminum grill.
  • Ford 9N - Just Brought Home The 'New' Toy. Yahoo!
  • 1943 Ford 2N - I just finished repairs (Phase 1)from the transmission forward. New paint, fuel tank, steering gears, front axel, pivot support, wheel bearings, pivot bushings, drag links and ends, tie rod ends, radiator, and cancer removal from the hood. I KNOW IT IS THE WRONG COLOR. When I have completed all repairs, I will sand blast and paint the correct colors. I have to take a break from the repairs (Phase 2 rear end) for a couple of months which is why I painted the red/gray combo. It really would look funny with Red Gray and Dark Gray. This tractor had a large loader on it and everything to do with the steering/front end was broke or worn out.
  • Ford 8N - Sisters waiting for the auctioneer to sell 'their' tractor.
  • 1947 8N - My 8N ford has 2 brackets located on the 3 point lift arms.They are pinned to the lift arms and when lowered rest on the rear axle.They stop the lift arms from completely lowering to the ground. Any cluse? Will try to send picture.. Thanks craig..
  • 1948 Ford 8N & Dearborn 10-1 Plow - MY 1948 FORD 8N TRACTOR AND AN ALL ORIGINAL DEARBORN 10-1 PLOW RESTORED BY MYSELF. The plow was made from 1947-1950 and the 10-1 models were the first Dearborn's made after the Ford/Ferguson split. It is a 14' two-bottom plow with the coulters,jointers and check chains. The plow is often called the Prior Model and the Dearborn Manual calls it the Mouldboard Plow. I have three other Dearborn Plows. One is a Model 10-8 which is a rare 12' version of the 10-1 and the other two are later 10-152's which are 12' two-bottoms.
  • 1948 Ford 8N Tractor & Dearborn 10-152 Plow - A Dearborn 10-152 12' 2-bottom plow called the Economy Plow. They were made from 1949-1956. The Economy Plows were re-engineered from their predescesor, the 10-1 models. The coulters had new clutches to lock in place so they didn't need check chains and the cross beam was new so it wouldn't turn in the field like the 10-1's did.
  • 1947 Ford 2N - My granddads tractor that I have inherited with my sister riding it. I plan to restore it to show quality including 6V generator, original PTO cap, and brown cloth wiring. I have a belt pulley, hand crank, and furguson cordwood saw with it, and can't wait to get started on it. 55 years old and a soul that just won't quit....here's to you, Henry Ford and Harry Ferguson!
  • 1949 Ford 8N - 1949 Ford 8N with Dearborn loader, hyd. bucket, Erskine blower.
  • 1941 Ford 9N - Picked it up for 3,100 from a local farmer. It runs good and has new paint. Just finished cleaning up 6 inches of snow.
  • 1950 8N Ford Tractor - PTO Shaft - This is a PTO Shaft. Mark H.
  • 1941 Ford 9N - Was told thet the 1941 Ford grille was different in that year.Can any one tell me if this is the correct one?I no its the wrong color and 1939 9N had aluminum grilles.I was told the 1941 had the wide bar in the middle with out the slots on the sides ? Thanks, Craig..
  • Ford 8N Battery Explosion - Saturday night I plugged in the inline block heater and put the battery charger on the battery, set for trickle charge (2 amps). This morning the block was nice and warm and the tractor was cranking quite a bit faster (but not starting yet). I left it on charge (12 amps) for about an hour and then went to try again. She spun fast enough to start but, after 4 or 5 tries she hadn't fired yet and the battery was running down. I put the charger to boost, waited about 15 seconds and hit the switch to no avail. I waited another 15 seconds and hit the starter switch...this time with results but not what I wanted.............. [From the Ford N-Board Forum]
  • Ford 8N - ready for a tire change
  • Ford 8N - How will I get out of this mess anyone know how? it was my first job with it.
  • Ford 8N - I love this tractor it mean's the world to me
  • Early 1941 Ford 9N w/Ferguson Plow - I should have been a little closer for this photo!
  • Early 1941 Ford 9N - I bought this tractor in December 2002. It had been given a red belly like so many Ford 9Ns' and2Ns'. The compression was too low for it to be started. Engine had to be rebuilt. All new engine parts and Head sent to a machine shop. I ordered the paint from Dennis Carpenter's shop. I restored a Ferguson Plow and have it attached. I am still looking for one original rear Rim. The right side has an after market rim. I kept the six volt system. As of this moment, the engine has about 1 hour on it!
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Front Crankshaft Pulley - This is the style of pulley used to drive a front mounted hydraulic pump on the 8N/9N. Note the tapped holes for mounting the 6 spline drive. Note, too, the cylinderical hub upon which the rope seals ride.
  • 1939 Ford 9N
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Front Of Crankshaft Assembly - This picture shows the crank pulley for a front hydraulic pump, a one-piece neoprene seal, the oil slinger, and the crank gear. It is taken from underneath the engine, an 'oil pan view'.
  • 1947 Ford 2N - This tractor belonged to my grandfather and was the first one i was exposed to. The picture is of my sister on the tractor (named 'johnny') doing some yard work at my grandfather's house after he passed away. I've been around this tractor all my life, and now I've inherited it and am getting parts to restore it 100% back to original. There's more than iron, sheet metal, and paint...memories of days gone by and people no longer with us are wrapped up in this tractor, and that's something you can't buy at a dealership.
  • 1940 Ford 9N - For A Side Mower? - this piece was installed on the lift arm of my tractor, on the driver side of the tractor,, kept hitting the seat so I took it off
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Tractor restored by Tim's Custom Tractors, Brandenburg, KY timstractors@bbtel.com
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Was restored after sitting outside in the weeds for over 30 years!!
  • 1951 Ford 8N - SN 364974. This Ford 8N was found in 1998 in very poor condition and restored in 2000. It now works a few hundred hours a year on a small farm in Princeville, Illinois.
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Soon to be restored back to 100% original; 6V generator, all Med. Gray paint, cloth wiring, the works. That's my sister on the tractor helping with some yard work at my recently deceased grandfather's house, who owned the tractor. Old tractors' got SOUL!
  • 1941 Ford 2N - painted Toronto maple leaf colours
  • 1940 Ford 9N (After) - Tractor restored by Tim's Custom Tractors, Brandenburg, KY timstractors@bbtel.com
  • 1940 Ford 9N (Before) - Tractor before being restored by Tim's Custom Tractors,Brandenburg, KY
  • 1954 Ford NAA & 1952 Ford 8N - both ladies side by side
  • 1950 Ford 8N With Pallet Lifter - Fabricated pallet lifter. Will lift pallet 24 inches. Plans on AutoCAD.
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Rear Hub & Axle
  • Ford 8N - Swinging Drawbar Hitch Pin - Can someone supply dimensions so I may make this hitch pin? Thank you.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - side shot
  • Ford 8N w/Harrows - Nice Shot, wouldnt ya say??
  • 1947 Ford 2N - IM THINKING OF PAINTING LT GRAY / DK GRAY LIKE Ford 8NS BUT GRAY INSTEAD .
  • Unk Ford 9N - On display in the Ford Museum in MI.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Ford swinging drawbar
  • 8N/NAA - Steel Pto Cap - steel pto cap
  • 9N, Ford - Pto Cap - cast pto cap for the 9n
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Purchased from a Farm in Darrington,WA and my trailer from Stanwood,WA. ------ALL a labor of Love---
  • 1947 Ford 8N & 1953 Jubilee(NAA) - Both good, hard working tractors. Not what I'd consider show quality but they sure get a lot done. I couldn't maintain my 37 acres without 'em. They mow 10 acres, blade the 1/4 mile driveway and brushhog another 8-10 acres in the summer. Plow snow and haul firewood in the winter and have been known to lend a hand extricating a stuck car or two. Yes, there's mud and dust on 'em.
  • 1948 8N Ford - Bombardier Half Track Arms & Brackets - the photo is of the left arm, the right arm is still on the axle. I dont have the tracks.Tom T.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Working on returning her to being a working tractor.
  • 1951 Ford 8N - This is the end result of not putting on the parking brake on a slight hill while closing my gate.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Here's the last working picture of the Ford 8N before moving it to the big city (Long Island, NY). With good behavior we could be back in Vermont in a year or two. In the meantime she'll get some needed attention.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Air Filter - K&N air filter conversion.
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Old faithful and me.
  • 1951 Ford 8N
  • Ford Ferguson Ford 9N Aircraft Tug - Ron loaded up a Ford 9N Aircraft Tug. The guy came all the way from Illinois to pick it up. He lives in Nothern Calif. 2000 miles one-way!!!Tug weighs about 3600 pounds, about 1100 more than a standard Ford 9N. Besides the boilerplate fenders, it includes a hand actuated parking brake.
  • Ford/Ferguson Ford 9N Aircraft Tug - Ron loaded up a 9N Aircraft Tug. The guy came all the way from Illinois to pick it up. I live in Nothern Calif. 2000 miles one-way!!!Tug weighs about 3600 pounds, about 1100 more than a standard Ford 9N. Besides the boilerplate fenders it includes a hand actuated parking brake.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Instrument Panel Repair #1 - This is where an old electric hour meter was mounted
  • 50 Ford 8N - Instrument Panel Repair #2 - After removing the hour meter and bolt on mounting hole I found a missing chunk of instrument panel (like a shark bite)
  • 50 Ford 8N - Instrument Panel Repair #3 - I made a patch of similar gauge steel to fill the hole
  • 50 Ford 8N - Instrument Panel Repair #4 - I brazed the patch in with a small propane-oxygen torch
  • 50 Ford 8N - Instrument Panel Repair #5 - This is the backside of the IP showing the brazing
  • 50 Ford 8N - Instrument Panel Repair #6 - After grinding down the excess metal Bondo was applied to gain the desired contour
  • 50 Ford 8N - Instrument Panel Repair #7 - The IP was then painted with POR-15 and is now ready for primer and red paint
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Heres my son at work. This photo was taken with a cheap concord eye Q 2000
  • Loader Mount Wagner Loader On 8N - this is the loader mount that is attatched to the front of a 8N
  • Wagner Loader MT Right View On 8N
  • 1949 Ford 8N - A picture of my dad on his 1949 Ford 8N.
  • Ford 8N w/Finish Mower - Our new addition to the arsenal of lawn mowers...yet weve had the Ford 8N since its been bought....50 yrs ago
  • (Year?) Ford 8N - This is my Ford 8N i was wondering what year it is and if any one knew where to get decals or paint and parts thatks, Joe email; txscountryboy11@yahoo.com
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Spent two years working on this in my spare time.
  • 1951 8N Ford Tow Bar - We built these tow bars out of the old original two piece center links. Then welded pins on the bumpers to pull from. They work good for short trips at less than 15-20 mph.
  • 1951 Ford 8N - I bought this tractor in 1964 from the original owner's widow for 375.00. That included 3 pieces of equiptment. I have completely gone through it twice, the last time in 1976. My wife says she is going to bury it with me.
  • 1951 Ford 8N (After) - Serial #381487. Here it is now! A big thank you to my brother Joe. This would never have looked this good without his help. I am not even sure if it would be running yet if it wasn't for him!Thanks also to my wife, she hand painted the logos on the hood and fenders.
  • 1951 Ford 8N (Before) - Serial #381487. This is the way I found it!
  • 1943 Ford 2N - Bought labor day 2002 and then total redo. finished memorial day 2003
  • 1949 Ford Propane Ford 8N
  • 51 8N - Left Trumpet Removal - I found an easy way to remove and install the left trumpet to cure a lift arm leak on the right side. I used an engine crane with a load leveler to align the axle shaft with the pinion. In this way, I did not remove the axle from the housing.
  • 1943 Ford 2N (Before) - bought labor day 2002
  • 1949 8N - Starter Drive
  • 1940 9N - Worn Shifter Pin - The pin is worn and I am not sure what the casting is supposed to look like.
  • 50 8N - Ip Steering Shaft Hole
  • Ford 8N - Does anybody see a problem with the way i mounted the adapter
  • 1941 Ford 9N - Restoring this tractor was a high school project - It was finished on May 31 2003.It was in poor shape when purchased but now its in original condition.
  • Food Plot Planted With A 9N
  • 1945 Ford 2N - I bought the tractor as it is shown. The tractor is in good condition. I use it to mow mine and my childrens lawns. I plan to re-paint in the near future.
  • 8N - Rocker Pin Top
  • Ford 8N - Rocker Pin
  • 1951 Ford 8N - Left Axle Housing Removed - Inside of left axle housing, showing lower lift pin with castle nut.
  • 1951 Ford 8N - Right Inside Axle Housing - Inside of right axle housing, showing location of lower lift pin, with castle nut.Ring gear has been removed to show lift pin.
  • 1951 Ford 8N - Ring Gear - Ring gear removed, be carefull, it is very heavy!
  • 1951 Ford 8N Funk 6 Cyl - For anyone who has spent any time on a 2-9 or Ford 8N, should experience one these conversions. 100 hp in a compact tractor is a thrill, compared to the 4. A little nose heavy, but rolling 3rd to 4th gear shifts make steering 'real' easy for a second.
  • 1949 Ford 8N - My 49 Ford 8N and her new companion
  • 1951 Ford 8N And Pups - This is what happens if you leave them out at night!
  • 9N, 2N - 3 Brush Generator Back
  • Swinging Drawbar 1950 Ford 8N
  • Ford 8N - Drawing Of Top Link Rocker Pin
  • Ford 8N - Top Link Rocker Pin Another View - Here is what the pin looks like off the tractor.
  • Ford 8N - Top Link Rocker Pin - In reponse to a question I had about this area of my tractor Jim Spencer was kind enough to send me this photo. Now we know what went into these ears on either side of the top link support on the differential.
  • 1949 Ford 8N
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Airshows and Ford 8Ns go well. This Ford 8N is at Airfest 2003 at Drake Field in Fayetteville, AR. Tired Iron of the Ozarks (Branch 37 of EDGE&TA) was invited to display antique engines and tractors at the June 14 & 15, 2003 airshow.
  • 1939 Ford 9N
  • Ford 8N Sherman Transmission Chart
  • 1944 Ford 2N
  • 1951 8N - Howard Gears - Here is a close up of the Gears in a Howard Transmission. Mark H.
  • 19?? Ford 9N
  • Ford 8N Drawbar Receiver Philip
  • Ford 8N Jack Philip
  • 1945 Ford 2N - Has sherman stepup, Ford 9N-2n cyclone air cleaner. Every nut & bolt original restoration The rear fenders, head lights and front bumper were not done in this photo
  • 1951 Ford 8N and King Kutter - Just got a bath, last painted in 1976.
  • 40 Ford 9N - Crack In Block - Installing head studs to 55 ft lbs and could get there. Found this crack. If it was cracked before I started installing studs, then I opened it up.
  • 1940 9N - Trying to find out what brand of loader this is on my 9N ?
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Was blue and grey when we bought him. We spent three days getting him running and painted.
  • 1940 Ford 9N - Sure Seal Installation Tool - This photo shows the brake drum and 'Sure Seal' installed into the axle hub. Resting atop the drum is a tool I made up to install the sure seal. Set the seal in place, install the steel plate over the studs, install the washers and nuts, turn the nuts down slowly and evenly, and the Sure-Seal is drawn into position without damaging it.
  • Ford 8N or Ford 9N(?) Airport Navy Tractor - This is a Navy tractor that was used in airports. That is all we know about it so far. Do you know more? Can't find a serial number either, suggestions? L.Cockrum@verizon.net
  • 1939 Ford 9N
  • Ford 9N, 2N, 8N - Valve Assy Removal Tools - The vertical cylinder shaped thing is a valve assy from the Ford flathead. The round bar coming from the right side is the end of an old tire iron that I modified to push down hard on the valve assy to move it far enough to remove the valve guide retainer. I beveled the end because it goes in at a small angle and I wanted to get real close to the valve stem. I took some off the tip of the iron for more room in the exhaust port and I notched the bottom side for that 'hook' so I can push the valve guide down hard. This design is like that screwdriver Zane describes but that tire iron might be more 'convincing' then a big screwdriver. The large flat bar is sold as a 'valve spring compressor' and that will put a lot of upwards push on the valve assy to get it removed from the block. It fits into the valve spring most anywhere. I use a large socket sitting on the edge of the valve chamber as a fulcrum. You might have to go back and forth a couple of times to work it loose after the retainer is out but it isn't hard to do with these tools.
  • Ford 8N With Chipper
  • 1939 Ford 9N? - Looks like a Ford 9N but some parts are replacements. Painted wrong but just bought it. Works great!
  • 1951 Ford 8N - My father bought this tractor in 1951, and has been in the family since. We used this type of carrier for fencing, cutting wood, hauling anything or everything. It can be as long or wide as you make it, it also can be built out of hardwood for stronger loads.... thanks board for all the help.......
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Just put the turf tires on it. Now it's ready to work in the yard.
  • 1941 Ford 9N - Tough old tractor. Still works daily.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Just finished!!!
  • 941 Ford 9N
  • 9N Or 2N ? - I was told it's a 2N,but the serial number is 9N256168.Is it possible that Ford had a surplus of 9N engine and used them in the 2N tractors..Thanks...John..
  • 1946 Ford 9N
  • 9N Or 2N ? - Here's another photo showing the foot rests and radius arms..Thanks to all of you that responded, your information is very helpful and appreciated...John...
  • 1947 Ford 8N - I just got it last week, and Im getting ready to restore.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Here is a Before-After of this Ford 8N restauration.
  • 1944 Ford 2N - Limiter Chains - These chains keep the bush hog off the ground even when the pto is not engaged.
  • 1949 289 V8, 1952 Funk-6, 1949 Propane Ford 8N
  • 1952 Ford 8N Flathead Funk Six
  • 1952 Ford 8N w/Turf Tires - Please, dont do this to your Ford 8N.
  • 1940 Ford 9N - Bought this in Tenn and had it shipped to florida,it's Semi-retired now only 10 acres here
  • 1947 Ford 8N - New Paint, Tires, Canopy. Prettied up for some real work. Friend pictured because the wife wants it off her patio. She said to get it to the farm.
  • 1947 Ford 8N - The old girl has had a paint job, waiting for her new front tinre and resides under the wife's back patio for the present. Then she goes to the farm at Pecan Gap, Texas to 'WORK'.
  • 40 Ford 9N - Gas Tank - I have a small hole in the top. Is it supposed to be there?
  • 1950 8N - Alternator - How i mounted my alternator
  • 50 8N - Choke Plate Spring
  • 50 8N - Choke Return Spring
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Partial renovation... she's a working tractor...
  • 1951 Ford 8N - Picture Derek Barkley sent me of a tractor he was working on.
  • 1941 Ford 9N - After a lot of grinding, money, and elbow grease. N-Complete Ford 9N Gray
  • 1947 Ford 2N - This is 'Johnny' the ford Ford 2N with my sister at the wheel. He'll be restored one day by a gentle and loving hand; mine.
  • 8N - Solenoid
  • 1939 Ford 9N - EARLY Ford 9N with DEARBORN BLADE
  • 1951 Ford 8N
  • 1941 Ford 9N - Bought this tractor November of 2002 for 3,100 from a local farmer. What do you think?
  • 1944 Ford 2N - This was my dads tractor which was bought in 1966, I rebuilt it in 1996 and use it to mow and keep up the place, Dads been gone since 1980 but this old Ford 2N will be with me for ever! I think I did a nice job on it,but if you like this check out my 1945 Ford 2N. The next project is an early 1939 Ford 9N.
  • 1945 Ford 2N - Here it is agin, This time it has all the goodies on it.As stated before this is an all nut & bolt original resoration. If any one wants the paint code E-Mail me and I can send it to you
  • 1951 Ford 8N - Serial #381487 - Can't wait for the corn to be gone!!!
  • 1948 Ford 8N - All original sheet metal, runs like a dream!
  • 1948 Ford 8N - I will bring it back to original color in the fall of 03'.
  • 1947 Ford 2N - After painting photo
  • 1952 Ford 8N (Rear View) - pic of stabilizer bars
  • Ford 2N - Generator pulley problem
  • 1941 Ford 9N - I bought this tractor about one year ago from a local farmer. The motor has never been rebuilt smokes pretty bad but runs good. What do you think of it?
  • 1950 Ford 8N
  • Ford 9N - Grill Retaining Pin - This pin is worn. what did it look like? Dimemsions?
  • Ford 9N - I have a Ford 9N for sale with a 3 pt. blade. It has a 12 volt starter. It does not use oil. It has chains and a heat houser. Tires are good. Alway stored in the shed
  • 1945 Ford 2N - This is the first tractor show with the freshly finished Ford 2N. Isnt she pretty. I mean the tractor, but my 19 year old daughter looks cute also on her birthday in the big parade.
  • Ford-John Deere Ford 9N - Don't blame this thing on me. I saw it at a car lot. Note the 'donut' spare tires used as front tires, and the John Deere riding mower front cowling. Matching trailer!
  • 1951 Ford 8N
  • 1951 Ford 8N - 1951 Ford 8N, side distributor, 4 speed, painted, added tires & battery, 710 hrs. on tach. Runs & feels like new. Lucky find!
  • 1951 Ford 8Ns - Restored 2 - 1951 Ford 8N's in upstate NY
  • 1939 Ford 9N
  • 1941? Ford 9N - Bought this tractor about a year ago from a local farmer. I have done a little of everything with this tractor. Plow snow, bush hog, pull trailers, plow garden, drag, and disk. I am 15 years old and have always wanted a tractor and now I have one. Could someone tell me what year it is I think its a 1941 but not positive. It has the ignition switch on left side of the dash. Verticle grill bars. It is hard to read the serial number but I think it is Ford 9N27I982 could that be right? Appreciate any help thanks. Tractor is now for sale e-mail mrm20012006@yahoo.com if interested.
  • 1950 8N Ford - Governor - Governor of a 1950 8N showing the connection port for the proofmeter cable, but without the cable connected.
  • 1950 Ford 8N (After) - Just painted My aunts early 1950 Ford 8N, I still have to do the sheet metal but i've got this much done.The engine drive line and hydraulics have all been rebuilt as well as the generator, starter, carburetor, govenor. This is a one owner tractor as Corda bought this new in early 1950. The smile on her face make this project something very special. I will post other pictures as it will be completed soon.PS I am an engine builder-- machine shop and have done every thing my self, including the paint.
  • 1950 Ford 8N (Before) - Here is an untouched 1950 Ford 8N. They are very hard to find like this, that has'nt been paint ever before.
  • 1946 Ford 2N - great little tractor. I use it for cleaning the horse pens and keeping the arena in good shape.
  • Ford 8N - Demonstrating the ''Hydra-Lift'' Capability's. Only thing with it is i got to drive that same tractor back in january or feb....aint she a beaut...
  • 1947 Ford 2N - My tractor runs good except it dosent run wide open like it should. I have put on a new carb. and it still wont. What could be the prolblem? Also does anyone know where I could buy a new wagner loader? Appreciate any help.
  • 1950 Ford 8N With Chipper - 1950 Ford 8N operating Bearcat PTO driven 5' capacity chipper.
  • Ford 8N - Could someone please tell me what year and make my tractor is? The serial number is 1548K11A1. On the bellhousing is stamped Ford 8N. On the rear axle is stamped Ford 2N1015A2. Appreciate any help.
  • 1945 2N Hight Limit Chains - Since the 9N/2N tractor doesn't have position control on it's three point hitch, I added these chains to keep the implements at the correct working height. The 'angle iron' welded to the seat spring was already on the tractor, all I had to fabricate was the straps to attach the chains to the lower lift arms.
  • 1942 Ford 9N - I've had this tractor for about 4 years. It still runs good, but I need the linkages for the carb and governor replaced. Any ideas on where to get them? You can reach me at thor1362@yahoo.com
  • 1948 Ford 8N & Dearborn 10-8 Mouldboard Plow - The tractor and plow have been recently restored and the Dearborn Model 10-8 Plow is all original. The Mouldboard Plows (1947-1950) were later referred to as the Prior Models when the 10-150 models came out in 1950. This is a rare 12' 2-bottom plow, sister to the 10-1 (14') model. There is an even rarer model, the 10' plow also. This 10-8 plow has the original mouldboards with the DMC diamond logo and the part number, 101517, stamped on them. It also comes with the original coulters, jointers, mouldboard extensions ( for extra tough old sod ), rolling landside (furrow wheel), and the hard-to-find weed hooks. This is one of five Dearborn Plows I own and the second to be restored for show although in a pinch it would be field ready in a minute. I use a 10-152 model for my working plow. Thanks for looking and sharing a bit of Ford Farming History!
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Serial Number Ford 8N483599. This is Bubba in Brenham Tx's Ford 8N. It is the best original N I have ever seen. The metal is excellent. The steering is the tightest I've ever seen. The only thing not original after 09/01/03 is the 6V is gone. I converted it into a 12V tractor. Beautifull job using the original wiring harness. Big grins riding this tractor!
  • 9N, 2N, 8N - New Style Thermostat - This is a new style of thermostat replacement part for the N-Series Ford Tractors. It goes in the upper radiator hose, closer to the engine side.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Original Issue 8N Toolkit - This is the correct, original 1948 8N Toolkit issued with a new tractor. Items include the toolbag; plow wrench; spark plug/head bolt wrench; three open ends; pliers; screwdriver; and Moncke (adjustable) wrench. Other tools not shown were the hand crank; tire pump; and grease gun.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - 8N Power!!!
  • 147 Ford 2N - I found this tractor under a lean too and it's preaty crusty. But I plan to rebuild the motor, rear seals and new brakes. When thats all done then I can repaint it. But all of that will take time and money, and that is somthing a 14 year dosn't have alot of. It will get done sooner or later though.
  • 1948 Ford 8N & Dearborn 10-1 Moldboard Plow - This picture was taken in October of 2002. The Dearborn 10-1 Plow was restored that past summer. It is all original except the shares may be Oliver, although back then a lot were made by Oliver.
  • 1948 Ford 8N & Dearborn 10-8 Moldboard Plow - I restored this tractor in July, 2003 with a an engine rebuild, new wiring, new paint, and new tires. The tractor is mostly original with a TAURUS tailight, worklight, flat-bar top-link, rims, headlights/wings, bumper, Cyclone Air Precleaner, stabilizer brackets, and grease gun bracket. I added the original MICHIGAN FARM license plate for looks, although at the time, the state did not require license plates on tractors. The Dearborn 10-8 Moldboard Plow, often referred to as the Prior Model Plow, is an all-original, rare 12' 2-bottom plow made in 1947. It has all the original parts, including the moldboards which have the diamond DMC logo and part number 101517 stamped on the backs, coulters, jointers, moldboard extensions, the hard-to-find weed hooks, and the Obligatory Dearborn badge.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Correct Tools For 1948 8N Ford Tractor - Here is another picture of the correct versions of the Ford tools issued with the toolkits for the N-Series Tractors. The 9N17014 Plow Wrench and the O1A-17017-B Sparkie Wrench have the FORD script and the B-17025-A Pliers are unmarked except for the MH McKaig-Hatch logo and have the screwdriver tip handle. The two open ends are the 7/16 x 1/2 O1A-17015 and 9/16 x 5/8 O1A-17016 made by Manzel. The Moncke Wrench O1A-17021-A is the 9-1/2 Manzel version- note there is not a 3/8 square tang. The screwdriver B-17020 has the wood handle, riveted ferrule, 9/32 shank thru handle
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Runs great just got it this Sep 03 Has only 3026 HRS. 0n it and only been use as a mower.
  • 1949 8N Ford - Zero Wobble Over Running Clutch - I made this device to keep the ORC from prematurely wearing out. Like a lot of other home made gadgets, no one can afford it; but it works. I just thought others might enjoy seeing it.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - 47 Built 48 Ford 8N - This mostly original Ford 8N is one hard working little tractor. It mows, plows snow, blades the driveway, hauls firewood, moves dirt and gravel and numerous other chores around my 37 acres. I've given it a lot of TLC since I got it but nothing major. Don't know what I'd do without it.
  • 1941 Ford 9N - Almost finished with her!
  • 1946 Ford 2N Loader - I just bought this tractor and am curious about the loader. Does anyone recognize the brand and era?
  • 1950 Ford 8N - My fiance and I are pretty proud of our little Ford 8N. We bought it to do lawn mowing duty on a few acres. Here's a picture she had fun with in PhotoShop. We got the grill screen and seat cover from Palmer Fossum.
  • 1940 Ford 9N - I restored this tractor during the summer of 2002. I paid my father-in-law 1000 for it. A real jem!
  • 1950 Ford 8N & Dearborn Cordwood Saw - Dearborn Cordwood saw attachment
  • 1950 Ford 8N & Swinging Draw Bar - original swinging draw bar
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Restored by James Glover and son, summer of 2002.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Just wrapped up her first big job at her new home on the ranch near Utopia, Texas...took out the remains of a dozed up burn pile and scraped it clean for an oats patch. That's a 6' Howse farm blade hung on the back end...
  • 1950 8N Ford - Alternator
  • 1952 Ford 8N With Allis-Chalmers Roto-Baler - Pic taken in early 1950's. Folks are;Bud Jones, Les White, Sylvester Reed and Me (Little Guy With back to camera). Was a daggone good baler! Still exists, in another old farmyard, in pretty poor shape. Would make a good restoration project! All folks in this pic are dead, with one exception...me!
  • 1952 Ford 8N - My Father (Leslie T White) discing back c.1952.
  • Ford 8N040-360 - Help! Can someone please tell me what year my Ford tractor is? It's a 3 speed transmission and has one brake on each side. This is the Front side of the tractor. Please email me at huey_0113@msn.com.
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Obviously, NS is not a state of the USA. It is Nova Scotia, Canada. There are lots of Ford 9N's here in varying states of repair and working fine. My Ford 9N is 1939 and is in full working order. It's not painted in original colours but is pretty all the same. With it, I use the mower, the bucket, an auger, a single-furrow plough, and a snow-blower. I hope you show my tractor. I am really pleased with your website.
  • 1949 Ford 8N, 1941 Ford 2N - The 49 has been a blast, total rebuild. time to start on the 41. I got a lotta help from a lotta folkes on this site, Thanks, Don
  • 50 Ford 8N - Oil Light
  • 1941 Ford 9N - We picked this one up for 550.00. Got about 750.00 in it and it runs great!!
  • 1949 Ford 8N - My Winter, Spring, Summer project for 2003. Next Spring she will earn her keep mowing the pasture.
  • 1952? Ford 8N w/Sherman Transmission - Engine runs good.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - 8n puller
  • 1948 Ford 8N - This picture was taken shortly after I purchased it. Now it is in a thousand parts across two counties.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Purrfect Nap Place for the Cat
  • 48 8N - Axil Hib - Wornout spline
  • Ford 9N With Ford 8N Motor - 9n with an Ford 8N Paint Job and an Ford 8N motor!
  • Ford 9N - air filter cap.
  • 1941 Ford 9N - This is a 'semi-working' tractor...used for light duty at our property on Grand Lake in Fredericton, New Brunswick Canada. My brother and I restored it during the Fall of 2001 and the Spring of 2002.
  • Ford 8N - just got my first Ford 8N it the before pix the after will come soon
  • 4? Ford 2N 100 Feet Back In The Swamp - Got a little over confident trying to knock down the swamp.
  • 4? Ford 2N in Swamp (Pic#2) - Got it unhooked from brush hog
  • 1950 Ford 8N (After) - Well here is the old Ford 8N. Just finished it up this week, used it to mow with a 6' finish mower to break it in and check it out. It passed with flying colors. Took it back to Aunt Corda's today and let the family see it and test drive it for the first time. As you might guess they were very happy and I thank them for letting me restore there original one owner tractor. Jason Grooms
  • 1950 Ford 8N (Before) - Here is another before picture of the old Ford 8N, before restoration
  • 1951 Ford 8N - Has 12 volt system - box blade - brush hog - angle blade - boom - lister - NEW tires on front - tires on rear are two years old - every thing works
  • 1947 Ford 2N - A well used Ford 2N that has been re-powered with a 1949 Ford 8N motor. Still 6-volts and doing well. My first tractor and a lot of fun. Keeps me busy and ahead of property chores. Have done a fair amount of mechanical work and it has a new paint job. Very handy in the Michigan winters with a 1/4 mile driveway.
  • 1941 Ford 9N
  • Ford 8N - 711 Loader Attachment Kit, P1 - This is the first of two pages out of the Ford 8N attachment kit for a type 711 trip loader. I need these brackets for my tractor!
  • Ford 8N - 711 Loader Attachment Kit, P2 - Page 2
  • 1945 Ford 2N Plowing - Got my pretty, restored2N all dirty yesterday plowing. The plows are 2 bottom Ferguson 14' plows that appear to be 1945 models to match my tractor. They have never been painted and still have most of the original grey paint on them.I bought them at an auction just a few weeks ago.The tractor runs as good as it looks or better! I tweaked the engine a little when I rebuilt it and it realy shows.I want to get some photos like this showing this tractor in action, so when we go to the shows next year a can show the trailor queens that pretty tractors can still earn there keep. Thanks Jason
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Grandson on my Ford 8N
  • 1952 Ford 8N - This is another addition to my toys, I will have to find away to make it earns it's keep, Should not be a problem
  • 1944 Ford 2N
  • 1948 Ford 8N - I tried to take down a few 1 to 2 inch trees while bush hogging. Don't try this at home, Folks. Grill damage and busted headlight. This will be an expensive lesson for me.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Finally got her home after a long journey from Missouri. Can't wait to get her purring and painted back to her original red.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Me and my 81 year old dad scrubbing on 'Ol Betsy. We have a long way to go but it will be worth it. I had to restore a 52 Ford 8N as it was what my dad farmed with years ago. It's not our original, but will be just fine.
  • 1944 Ford 2N - 1944 Ford 2N with a Ferguson 2 bottom plow and my wife won't let me practice in the front yard!
  • 1941 Ford 9N - I just like the red and gray
  • 1951 Ford 8N
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Radiator Re-Core - The original radiator back from the shop. Even has '2N' in the upper tank. Set me back 240, but i think it was worth it!
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Rebuilt Flathead - Just got the engine back from the shop. While it isn't totally back together, I at least sat the head on it and put some stud nuts and wire loom on it...those dichromate plated nuts really make it look nice! Think i'm going to leave them off and paint it with some regular nuts on it and then swap...
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Aux. Trans. Shifter
  • Wartime Ford 2N (#2) - Properly outfitted wartime Ford 2N. notice the difference in the rear rims.
  • Wartime Ford 2N - picture of steel extension rims (incorrectly mounted in an attempt to serve as full steel rear wheels)
  • 1949 Ford 8N
  • Ford 9N/8N - This photo was taken about 1940 in Walsh County, in NE North Dakota. Looks like a long day of corn cultivating is over!
  • 1952 Ford 8N - this is how I hauled it home with out a motor. look and you will see a chain tied around the radius arms and looped under the transmission. Lso had sterring linkage hooked up so i could drive it. just stuch the hood on with a bungie cord.
  • 1943 Ford 2N
  • 1941 Ford - 8N Footrest On 41 9N - It fits!
  • 2N - Grill Repair
  • 8N - Grill - Its a 2n grill I have reworked for 8N that i have a front loader on. Lower part of grill damaged beyon repair
  • 8N Ford - Tool Box
  • 1951 Ford 8N - Just a toy at this point. I will use it some then probably work on restoration.
  • 1947 Ford 8N - Runs great, lots of respect for this old guy.
  • Ford 2N Progress - Well, here's the engine, freshly mounted to the front axle with the oil pan installed. I also have installed the spark plugs, starter, and generator, but that was after this picture was taken. Slow but steady wins the restoration!
  • 1947 Ford 2N w/Dearborn 2-Bottom Plow - I thought someone might enjoy this picture of my old 1947 Ford 2N with 2 bottom Dearborn plow. It was enjoying a nice summer afternoon. The flags add a nice touch.
  • 8N Ford - Manifold Pic 2
  • 8N Ford - Manifold - unusual 8n ford manifold
  • 8N Ford - Trumpit Housing - Makes a nice Jack Stand! Mark
  • Ford 9N - I found this on Orcas Island when I went out to pick up a D2. The price was right so I bought it. I am looking for information this is my first Ford Tractor.
  • 1946 Ford-Ferguson Ford 2N (Before) - This is the before pictures of my tractor. My Grandfather bought in 1947. Im in high school right now so i work on it whenever im not in schoo;
  • 1946 Ford-Ferguson Ford 2N - im almost finished restoring this 462N.Ive been working on it for about five years.I added an original aftermarket Knoedler suspension seat.Im just waiting to get my tires so i can put the original 4x19's on the front
  • 1948 Ford 8N - my son ryan driveing the Ford 8N....
  • 1952 Ford 8N - This cat is a stray that figured out what kind of tractor he likes.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Well, she's not totally finished but well on her way. Dad and I have had a real great time with this project. You should hear her purr.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - This is Ole Betsy's first time out since her facelift. Not perfect, but wow! What a difference. It's been fun.
  • 1947 Ford 8N Red Belly - This tractor was bought new by my Great-Grandfather and has been passed down thru four generations of Wagoner's. This tractor has just recently been completely restored to it's original condition in November of 2003.It is truly a part and will always be a part of our family
  • Ford 8N - Sleeve - Ran a few beads the lenth of the cylinder and welded angle iron to tap it out
  • Ford 8N 1950 - Parts And Pieces - Discovered on a stone wall and brought home for repairs.
  • 1946 Ford 2N - As purchased, a well cared for Ford 2N, only been repainted once and pretty much all original except the lights. http;//www.geocities.com/dcfblujeans/one.html?1070508827970
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Dad's Ford 8N and GreatGrandad's Hay rake. Prized Possessions!
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Power Steering 2 - This is the hydraulic valve controlling the hydraulic cylinders (one side show in the other power steering photo).
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Power Steering - This shows one side of my homemade power steering for my 8N. It cost me about 56 for the 2 hydraulic cylinders (on ebay), 50 for the smallest double-acting valve I could find (from surplus center) and maybe another 20 for the black pipe and fittings. I didn't count the cost of the hydraulic hoses since I already had those. Anyway it works great and I wanted to pass it along to others. I have many other pictures but not sure the best way to upload those. I'll try to get more info here to help other. Thanks, Charlie
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Power Steering 3 - This is a close up of the connection to the valve. The treads showing below the valve connection is part of the 3/4' bolt that is used just for mechanical support and will move in and out as the valve is actived.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Power Steering 4 - This is showing the rear mounting of the left side hydraulic cylinder. The right side cylinder is mounted the same and I have connected the two cylinders in series so that as pressure is applied to one cylinder its output is used to drive the other cylinder the same distance.
  • 1948 Ford 8N Clearing Snow - Me clearing snow Monday in Burlington, VT
  • 1946 Ford 2N - me on the tractor at my grandfathers annual tractor pull
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Engine Coolant Petcock - You can see the coolant drain petcock just above the dipstick and behind the starter...that little bronze thing back there.
  • 1949 Ford 8N with Blade - Mounted blade on front. Erskine blower on back.
  • 2N Tractor - Cyclone Air Filter Top - This is a view of the top of the air cleaner. Mark H.
  • 45 2N Tractor - Complete Engine Cleaned - Spent some time on this one to make it look this nice. Mark H.
  • 1946 Ford 2N - I restored it over the summer of 2003 was pretty rough before and after picture of it I painted it the proper color gray I like the orignal colors for old tractors I still need to get lights for it and a tool box I decided to leave the loader off of it
  • 1948 Ford 8N - This is not my tractor, I do the maintainance on it and I painted it in the cold with vansickle paint. I never looked up the ser# to find the year, The owner thinks it is a 1948 model,his dad bought it new. It does have the star beside the ser#,steel sleeves I believe.
  • 1952 Ford 8N (After) - Thanks to my dad, brother, and a few friends, my project is complete. She purrs like a kitten and not too hard to look at.
  • 1952 Ford 8N (Before)
  • 48 Ford 8N With Smashed Grill (After) - No repaint, just had my older stepson who does auto body work straighten out the grill and I replaced the broken headlight.
  • 48 Ford 8N With Smashed Grill (Before) - I posted this picture about a month ago. I'm posting it again so it will be next to the 'after' picture in this gallery.
  • Ford 9N - Cutout Relay Modified 1 - I gutted my cutout relay and replaced it with a bridge rectifier from Radio shack.
  • Ford 9N - Cutout Relay Modified 2 - Here is a close up of the modification using a radio shack 50V 25A bridge rectifier. Works great!
  • Ford 8N 1950 - Maximum Pay Load - Here is the maximum pay load we can apply to a Ford 8N rear hydraulic system. More than that and the front of the tractor lifts and then load drags the ground.See more details on www.dream2real.webhop.net
  • 1951 Ford 8N
  • 1940 Ford 9N w/Dearborn Front Snow Plow - Have owned it for about 30 years, rebuilt engine about 1978, added the Dearborn Front Mounted snow plow last year. Works great.
  • Ford 2N - Jags Dash Panel - Nice shot of Jason Grooms' sweet 46? 2N instrument panel. Makes me drool!
  • 1940 Ford 9N - Tractor sat for 2 years before I got it. Trailered it home, My wife said,'It will never run.' Well, after a new battery, points/plugs,fresh gas and a carb kit, oil change and new hyd. oil, it runs almost like ya just drove it off the showroom floor.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Jims new toy
  • 1951 Ford 8N - Serial #381487. Happy Holidays To Everyone! Thanks to everyone or looking,commenting and sharing Tractors!
  • 48 8N - Rear Wheel - Does anyone have an idea of why the two holes were 'torched' into the rim? It's the same on the other wheel as well. The tractor has been in the family since new but all have past away that knew what they were for. The holes are too far out to reach brake drums. Doesn't appear that anything was ever bolted thru the holes.
  • Ford 9N - Position Control -1 - Here is a pic of a home made position control for the 9N.
  • Ford 9N - Position Control -2 Top View - Here is the top view of the home made position control for the 9N
  • Ford 9N - Position Control -3 Rear View - Here is a rear view of a home made position control for the 9N
  • Ford 9N - Position Control -4 Drawings - Here are dimensioned drawings for a home made position control for the 9N.
  • 1941 Ford 9N - I recently gave this old girl a make over and am looking for another. When I pushed it up on the trailor months ago, with two flat tires. I had no idea what a terrific feeling it would be to work on and use this old tractor when it was finished.
  • 1945 Ford 2N, 1950 Ford 8N - Well the year is about over. Happy holidays to all. I have posted both of these before but here is a shot of both. As you can see they both are sharp tractors and for those of you who don't like the grey Ford 9N 2N's I hope this will show you how good they look.Dont get me wrong, red and light grey tractors look good also but only if they were made from mid 47 and up (ha ha). I did most of the Ford 2N last year and finised it up this spring, and did the complete Ford 8N this summer! I've already started on the next Ford 8N and an early 39 Ford 9N and hope to have them done this summer.And my thanks to YT board for letting us share our photo's and stories. Jason Grooms
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Tractor is all original and is used on a regular basis on our small farm for mowing, spreading manure, etc. I am the second owner, having purchased it more than twenty years ago after the death of the original owner.
  • 1946 Ford 2N - Just ready to go pick some corn for our steers. Using the Ford because the Farmall would not start.Found out when we started picking that the tralor would not work. Trial and error I guess.
  • 2N - Scan From Manual Of Lift Control
  • 1945 2N Ford - Engine,Transmission, Rear End Housing - As you can see when I mentioned in an earlier post that this was an every nut and bolt restoration, I was not kidding. Thanks Jason Grooms
  • 1945 2N Ford - Replated Bolts - Here is a pictre of my tractor next to the table full of replated bolts.You would be surprised on how many bolts that were not painted from the factory. All bolts were plated but only items that were assembled were painted for example the seat,dash panel,tool box,hood,gas tank,dog legs,radiator,fan blade,steering wheel,fuel line,fenders,rear rims, 3 pt items, head lights ect were dip painted then put on tractor so these bolts remained unpainted. This touch when restoring one will realy stands out. Thanks Jason Grooms
  • 1945 Ford 2N (Before) - I just found this picture of what my 19452N looked like in the spring of 2001 when I had just got it home.I gave 500.00 for it and it did not run. It had a spun crank, burnt valves and dead animals in the rear and hydraulic section via a busted top cover. Thank Jason Grooms
  • 1950 Ford 8N - THE BEST IN TRACTOR
  • Ford 8N - Sherman Overdrive Shifter - This is a pic of a Tractor I looked at that had a Sherman Step Up.
  • 1951 Ford 8N With Titan Turfs - Many of you have asked about turf tires lately so I thought I would share mine with you! Fronts; Titan Multi Rib Implements in 650x16. Rears; Titan R3s in 12.4x28.
  • Ford 9N - Home Made Position Control - Here is another home made
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Rops Mounting Details, Axel Trumpet - This is a Safe-T-Cab manufactured ROPS. Left side; Note the plate size and location of fender. Hardened bolts came w/the kit. Also note the 'ear tab' below the axel trumpet, so you can attach a stabilizer bar.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Rops Mounting Details - This is a Safe-T-Cab manufactured ROPS on my N. Note that the leveler knob will hit the bar, but just raise or drop the implement, and it can be adjusted. Also note the seatbelt receiver.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Side View Of Rops - This is a Safe-T-Cab manufactured ROPS. Side view; note the angle is slopes back. It's too high for a normal garage door by about 4'.
  • 41 9N - Loader - Ready to move some snow,
  • Ford 2N - Heat Sheild - This is a picture of a properly installed and correct original heat sheild on a 9N/2N. I do not remember exactly where I got this picture from, but possibly the Smith's site. This is not my tractor, although I wish it was!Jeb
  • 1946 Ford 2N - 19462N, sherman overdrive
  • 1939 9N - Dash Light Apart - Here is a picture of the dash light apart.
  • 1939 9N - Dash Light Assembled - Here is the correct original dash light used on the 1939 9N'S
  • 1939 Early 9N - 2 Wire Small Generator - This is the earliest 9N generator.The first 9n's had a 2 wire generator that required a voltage regulator rather than a cut out. I'm not sure when they switched to the one wire with cut out. Any info would be appreciated. Thanks Jason Grooms
  • 1939-1940 9N - 1 Wire Small Generator - This is the 1 wire small generator that uses a cut out. This was the second design generator changed in 1939 and used thru 1940. I'm not sure when they changed. Any info would be appriceated. Thanks Jason Grooms
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Left Brake Widget #2 - This is a picture of the infamous 'widget' on the left brake pedal on 9N/2N ford tractors (little bent finger under the clutch rod). Since the brakes are on opposite sides of the transmission, This device allows the clutch to be disengaged when the clutch pedal is half way down, and to disengage the clutch AND activate the left brake when the pedal is pushed all the way down. I always thought it was very clever.
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Left Brake Widget - This is a picture of the infamous 'widget' on the left brake pedal on 9N/2N ford tractors. Since the brakes are on opposite sides of the transmission, This device allows the clutch to be disengaged when the clutch pedal is half way down, and to disengage the clutch AND activate the left brake when the pedal is pushed all the way down. I always thought it was very clever.
  • 8N - Drag Link Mount - This is a after market mount. Mark H.
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Sherman 2 Speed. 12 VOLT UPGRADE.NICE SEAT.NEW WIRING PAINT GUAGES REBUILT MOTOR NEW CLUTCH ALL THIS TO PUT BACK IN PASTURE TO WORK. CHEEPER THAN A NEW ONE. EMAIL cwcbodyshop@yahoo.com
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Crankshaft Pulley - This is my crankshaft pulley - for which I cannot figure out the removal process.
  • 1946 Ford 2N - She's modified for pulling. i had to strip her down for wieght,(2500 lbs) and made a custom pulling hitch. she pulled great that day. can't wait for next season. this summer i will paint her darker gray. make her look really nice.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - I traded an old truck for this tractor with intentions of selling but it is so nice, I want to keep it.
  • 1939 Ford 9N - This is another picture of my Ford 9N. She's been really busy today getting rid of all the snow in my driveway. The snowblower works well but it's a bit tricky using a one-speed PTO coupled to the one-speed reverse gear. Going in reverse is tricky too. I'd really like a cab on the old girl but I'm not about to go drilling holes in her. I still like my colours better than the factory grey.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Having fun with my daughters, ten inches of snow, and my Ford 8N. Note in front of the pine tree is a Dearborn Utility blade. Behind the pine is the rest of my Dearborn equipment.
  • 1947 Ford 2N - This is my first tractor. I've been working on it and got it running real good. Bought some new implements and have been doing small jobs with it around our property.
  • 1947 Ford 2N w/Sherman 2 Speed - OWNED FOR 9 YEARS.TRACTOR WAS ALL RUST BUT CLEANED UP NICE. STILL USE FOR MOWING. ADDED 12 VOLT AND A GOOD SEAT.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Rear shot showing 3pt components
  • 2N Ford Tractor - Brake Side Of Backing Plate - Shows what the shafts other end looks like. Mark H.
  • 2N Ford Tractor - Brake System - This is the Backing plate and Brake shaft that works the breaks. Mark H.
  • 8N Tractor Wheel - Any one seen this style befor on a 8N Tractor? It is a 14.9 X 24 Tire and Rim. Mark H.
  • 1941 Ford 9N - I call this photo 'Getting the Mail'. My cousin Bobby is driving, with Dad coaching from the fender. My oldest sister , Kathryn, is running up the side of the road behind cousin John. My sister, Evelyn, is standing next to my Mom, who is looking through the mail she just took out of the mailbox. Photo was taken in Forest County, PA, in the summer of 1947.
  • 1941 Ford 9N - This is a photo of my Dad's first tractor. That's my oldest (she prefers the term 'first-born') sister, Kathryn, sitting on the seat. Photo was taken in Forest County, PA, in 1943.
  • 1939 Ford 9N #2 - Next project. Found in neighbors backyard
  • 1939 Ford 9N #3 - Next project. Found in neighbors backyard
  • 1939 Ford 9N #4 - Next project. Found in neighbors backyard
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Next project. Found in neighbors backyard
  • 2N, 9N Ford - Battery Holder - Battery GHolder under the hood. Mark H.
  • 1948 Ford 8N (Before)
  • 51 8N - Starter Drive
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Heres my version of an ugly Ford 8N,runs like a top,just doesn't really look like it.
  • Ford 9N-2N-8N Hybrid - One Ugly Tractor. I just purchased 2-1-04 will start restoration when I get it out of the Snow. Brrrr!! Montana winters are long.
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Cordwood Saw Toplink Bracket - This is the bracket that bolts onto the top of the belt pulley for the cordwood saw to hook to. Instead of using the normal 3pt toplink, this bracket allows the saw to rotate forward as the lift is raised so the saw doesn't point back towards people in transport mode.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Here's our Ford 8N clearing the future site of our 28 x 45 shop.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - still fix'n her up!!!!!!!
  • 1949 Ford 8N (After) - a year and a half later, its complete!
  • 1949 Ford 8N (Before) - this was my grandpaw's, it sat in the bushes for over 30 years.
  • 8N - Keensert - here is a pic of a keensert to fix that pesky headbolt hole
  • 1948 8N - 8N Toolbox - this how i mounted my tool box on my 8n.
  • 1948 8N - Toolbox - another veiw..
  • 1939 Ford 9N - We bought this tractor for 200 dollars from a friend and refurbished it. We wanted to know what you guys thought about it. Thanks.
  • 46 Ford 2N - Steering Wheel Extension ? - never saw this before
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Loaded up and ready to go!
  • Ford 9N - I put wider wheels and bigger tires on this the other day.
  • 1940 9N 33670 - What is the correct head style for the original rivets? Who manufactured these step plates? If you can send a photo, my address is jermac@ncweb.com.
  • 1940 9N Ford - Battry Cover - Original Battry Cover under the hood. Mark H.
  • Early 1939 9N - 2 Wire Generator Apart - Here is another picture of a small 1939 9N 2 wire generator apart as I reconditioned it.
  • 1939 9N - Double Rib Fender With 16 Rivits - Here is a picture of *9N 2624* these early tractos had a whole bunch more rivit holding the bracket on.
  • 1939 9N - Original 1939 9N Gas Tank - Here is a picture of the original gas tank that was used in 1939 and into early 1940. the opening is centered and there are not any divits for the lid hinge as the original lid snaped in.Also on the bottom of the tank there is no little divit for the anti rattle rubber.
  • 1939 9N - Snap In Gas Tank Lid - Here is a picture of the original snap in gas tank lid. It is a little beat up but I feel lucky to have the original lid. It is not rusted and I think I can fix it up. It has only one of the original clips so I need to find some spring steel so I can make a few from the original pattern. Any info would be appriciated. Thanks Jason Grooms.. Jagperf@aol.com
  • 1940 9N - Small 1 Wire Generator - It allmost looks new! But it is a original 1 wire 6 volt generator. Mark H.
  • 9N Ford - Small Generators - Here is a shot of 3 small generators. Left is 2 wire,Center is 1 wire with small pulley, Right is 1 wire with regular pulley.Thanks Jason
  • 9N-2N - Steering Lubrication Line
  • Early 1939 9N - 2 Wire Generator Assembeled - This is an early 9N 2 wire generator that uses a voltage regulator as it has only 2 brushes. Note the lug on the side and one lug out of the back. This is one hard baby to come by. Thanks Jason
  • 1940 9N - Oil Gauge - Taken while running cold. Mark H.
  • 1948 Ford 8N & 1959 Ford 641 - Here are a couple tractors I,ve referbished . On left is a 1959 Ford 641 with power steering, On right is a 1948 Ford 8N . Ive, done a lot of work on both tractors, they both run great, 3 points are strong. The Ford 8N has been converted to 12 volt. Both painted very nice with original decals etc.(not painted with a brush ). The Ford 8N is the 5th tractor Ive done. I,ll be selling it soon, asking 2895. Thanks for looking..
  • 1948 Ford 8N Tractor - I just finished refurbishing this 1948 Ford 8N tractor . Looks great, has many new parts, 5th tractor I,ve done in 3 years. Has original rear chanel rims. Sheet metal was in very good condition before being painted. Sprayed with a gun not hand painted. Runs, drives great, 12 Volt. Will be selling for 2895.
  • Ford 8N - This sprind was found on the floor while doing rear end and hydraulic repairs on a Ford 8N. Can anyone tell me where it belongs? Thanks.
  • 1951 Ford 8N - This is my workhorse.
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Temp. Gas Tank - Here is how I ran my new re-build with a temp. gas tank. Hopefully I wont get to criticized with my setup. Jim
  • 1939 9N Ford - Pre-Cleaner And Breather Cap - I got these parts with the 1939 9N tractor that I purchased. Not sure how the pre=cleaner fits on the tractor as I don't see how it could fit under the hood. Thought they were interesting and thought someone might know how they were used. The pre-cleaner is made so that a pint jar fits it. The breather cap has a screen underneath. Both are in good shape.
  • 1950 8N - Howard Gears-Their Problem - I wanted to restore my 8N with the Howard gears but after much research I was told that the parts are not available. Here is what seems to go wrong with them
  • 1950 8N - Howard Gears - 2nd photo of Howard gear
  • 1945 2N - Lower Link Mounts - These are the Lower Link Mounts that the Drag Link Bars go on. Mark H.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Here we are at a Ford show on a beautiful day in Orlando, FL.
  • 1940S Ford 9N - Distributor Cam - Damaged distributor cam end. Trying to find out how it happened and how can I repair it?
  • 1948 8N - Home Made Height Chains. - This is a pair of height limit chains I made for my 8N. works great!!!
  • 1946 Ford 2N - Just painted. Still has the masking tape on . No decals or trim yet.
  • 46 2N - Home-Brew Foot Pegs Found On My N - Yuk - Home brew foot pegs courtesy of previous owner.
  • 1951 Ford 8N - I just finished restoring this Ford 8N. It took me about two months to finish it!!
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Picture of '39 N w/wheels out wide. From 'The Ignitor' (Nov/Dec 03, used w/permission' 'The Ignitor' is a publication of the Antique Gas and Steam Engine Museum, Vista, CA. This pic is from a reprint of an early Ford ad, 'Henry Ford and Harry Ferguson Revolutionize Farming.'
  • 1948 Ford 8N (Before) - Here is a pic of my tractor before painting. The paint was in ok shape, but dirt, grease, and chipping paint was just painted over. Plus, I did not like the orangish-red color. It is now a true Red-Belly.
  • 1948 Ford 8N (Closer to Completion) - Here is a pic of my tractor a little closer to completion. Still working on the sheet metal.
  • 1948 Ford 8N (Freshly Painted Body) - Here is the painted body on my 1948 Ford 8N. It is done with Tractor Supply enamel paint with hardener added and painted with an air gun.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - paint&hardner from tsc..
  • Ford 9N - Ad from March 1945 'Country Gentleman.' Ad goes on to say, 'As effortless and simple to operate as her household applicances. Not only does the modern farm woman find the Ford-Ferguson Tractor, with its automotive type controls, as easy to drive as the family car, she also changes implements with no more effort or complication than shifting the attachments on her vacuum cleaner.''Raising orlowering the plow or cultivator with the Ferguson Finger Tip Control is as easy for her as throwing the lever to start the wringer on her electric washing machine.'The FergusonSystem's mechanical 'brain' controls furrow depth in much the same way that an oven temperature control 'watches' her pies while she plows.'
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Dearborn Swinging Drawbar Setup - Correct Setup For The Dearborn Swinging Drawbar with Stays And Warning Badge. This is the correct method to setup the N-Series Ford Tractor with the Dearborn Swinging Drawbar accessory. Note the 11-hole horizontal drawbar (part #9N-5182) and the drawbar stays (part numbers 9N-5374-upper; and 9N-5375-lower) and the chain and wedge assembly WARNING badge (part #9N-5370) must be used otherwise major damage will result. The clevis bracket is held onto the tranny case with four studs and nuts. The drawbar is held in with a pin.
  • 1948 Ford 8N & Dearborn Utility Blade - Here are my two daughters on my1948 Ford 8N and with Dearborn Utility Blade. The blade tag says it was made by the ARPS CORP.
  • 1943 Ford 2N - Here's my Ford 2N. Yes I know it's the wrong color. It was this color when I bought it but was in really bad shape. Took it apart 1 day to find a leak and replaced waterpump, decided to paint that, then the motor looked bad, painted that and well 6 months later after replacing most of the tractor here it is. It's going to be all gray one of these days!
  • 1943 Ford 2N - Just got it home. My 3 kids on her.
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Here's the new Ford 8N. Mechanically in pretty good shape but runs real bad. It was able to limp into the shop under it's own power. Carb rebuild, head gasket, new gas tnak, new wiring, dist rebuild, wires etc, etc and she's running a lot better but probably needs engine rebuild. Will run a few months first and see what else needs rebuilt. She will look like new probably by this time next year
  • 1947 Ford 8N Grease Gun Bracket? - May be home made, don't know.
  • 1947 Ford 8N - 1st day
  • 2N-8N Cross - Manifold Fix - As cheap as I am I had to fix a low spot in my #4 exhaust. So I brazed it up, roughed it with a disc grinder, filed it flat, then a couple minutes on the belt sander finished it up. Sure quieted the 'Beast' down.
  • Ford 2N - Leaver Starter Push - jiggle push gismo
  • Unknown 8N ( Not Mine ) - Pic Of Drawbar Bracket - A pic of the drawbar and bracket
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Here she is, after 2 weeks of work, and a lot of help from the Ford 8N board, she's running good.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Orc Shield
  • 8N - Loader Mounting Kit 19-119 - Used for series 68, 701, & similar ford loaders.
  • 1946 Ford 2N - Finally finished.
  • 1940 Ford 9N - Just bought this old Ford 9N the other day. Some one must have custiomized it years ago??? It has Chrome on a lot of parts ??? Badges, knobs and most lever tips. And the generator is very small. Plus the rear axles don't look the same as my 1945 Ford 2N.The gas vavle has a lever instead of a knob?? Also there is a goofy looking metal shield thing on the muffler. There also was a snap in type metal plate under the gas door. I hope I didn't give to much for this thing?? keep in mind it runs, The price was in the teens. Thanks Jason
  • 1946 Ford 2N - Me ( soundguy ) Raytasche, Don-Tallahasses, and my2N in the pic at the starke show, march 13, 2004 bradford county fair grounds. Gaspump was behind the camera
  • 1940 9N Ford Tractor - Oil Pump Fiber Gear - Lost oil presure all of a sudden here is why. Mark H.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Air Cleaner Diagram
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Air Cleaner Guts - Internal filters and cup of air cleaner
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Air Cleaner - Air cleaner with bottom cup removed.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Air Cleaner - Top section of air cleaner
  • 1952 Ford 8N Loader Unknown? - Loader is gravity down preasure,and I chain off the three point arms witch force fluid into rams for loader.
  • 8N Wire Diagram - early 8n wire diagram
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Very Late 1950. Has script fenders and proofmeter. This is 'Duke'. I bought this tractor in October 2001. It looked awful. There wasn't one pc. of sheetmetal on the tractor worth fixing. I searched and found an original hood in Washington state, and two original fenders 20 miles from my home. Located a OEM type grill in Wisconsin, and all the other parts were mail ordered from North Carolina. I had a body shop prep and paint all the sheetmetal. My son & daughter helped with the cleaning and scraping. When we use Duke for hayrides, he sure turns a lot of heads and draws many compliments. Duke is something my whole family is proud of. Especially me.
  • 1948 8N - Worn Pto Shaft - Here is the worn PTO shaft taken from my 1948 8N, and what I 'thought' was the factory assembly. Look closely at the part numbers - HF on one side and T)-733 on the other. This is really from a Harry Ferguson TO (Tractor Overseas) model.
  • Ford 8N - This picture was taken about 1960. Our neighbor had hired a young man about 18 yrs. old to help with yard work. My neighbor had gone inside for lunch one summer day and when he came back outside this how he found his tractor. Strangely enough, the young man was nowhere to be found. He used the stepladder to put the chain around the tree and the front axle to keep the tractor from going all the way over while he worked at getting the bent up trailer tongue disconnected etc.
  • Ford 8N Tractor - Filter Media - This is one of 2 roles of Filter Media inside the 8Ns Air Filter. Mark H.
  • 50 8N - Coil MT - Coil mt.
  • 8N Ford Tractor - Pto Shifter - This is what the PTO Shifter Lever moves in the Case to engauge the PTO. Mark H.
  • 1941 Ford 9N - my lawnmower
  • 1948 8N - Marvel Schebler TSX 241B Carburetor - Here is a pic of the M/S TSX 241B carb I just got finished rebuilding.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Aftermarket Headlights- Canadien Version - When I bought my 1948 8N it came with these aftermarket style (non-Tract-O-Lites) headlights. The tractor was owned by a potatoe farmer in Canada and he was the original owner. The lights are sealed beam style and are held in place by three wire spring clips similar to the worklight clips, only larger. They are mounted on pie-wedge shaped brackets vertically which allows them to sit in tighter and up higher. It is possible that these were designed for use with front loaders to clear interference with the loader arms, but I'm not 100% certain on this point. Also, the wiring came through an outlet hole on the back of the housing. The mouinting bolts were not hollow.
  • 8N - Front Bracket For 700 Series Loader & Pump - Bracket was part of mounting package available when ordering ford loaders for N-tractors.
  • 1940 9N Ford - Picture #2
  • 1940 9N - Restored 2-04
  • 1947 Vintage Ford 8N - I acquired this tractor in '90. I rebuilt the tired ol' engine and it's served us well ever since. Does lots of duty towing Studebakers around when need be. Serves to keep weeds under control and work a big garden year-round.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Our new pre-engineered shop has arrived. We're moving it into place with our old Ford 8N and a King Kutter carry all.
  • 1946 2N - SMV Mounting On Rear Fender - Sorry if this is not clear Sounder, It is dark out now. If you want I can get a good pic tommorrow. Stumpy
  • 1940 Ford 9N - Here's my Grey Ghost after a wicked winter of snowplowing and odd jobs. I will need to paint it up nice when the weather gets a tad warmer and after the (earth) plowing is done. The chrome on the hood is from an old F-5 pickup just 'cause I like chrome. Jack
  • 1940 Ford 9N - Strong Like Bull
  • 1943 Ford 2N - BEFORE RESTORATION OF MY 43 Ford 2N
  • 1946 Ford 2N - Repaired Lift Arm - weld repair of adjustable lift arm using 3/4 x 10 bolt and nut to match original shaft size.
  • 1946 Ford 2N - Weld Repair Adjustable Lift Arm - 2nd shot of the weld repair i made on the adjustable lift arm, using a 3/4 x 10 nut and bolt as donor threads..
  • 52 8N & Camper - Not stuck anymore but the camper stays until the ground firms up.
  • 1946 2N - Counter Shaft - look at the mess this is in!!!!!
  • 1946 2N - Second Gear - this got chewed up too!!!!!!!
  • 1946 2N - Shifter Interlock - i think this started the trouble
  • 1948 8N - Crankcase Suprise - Drained my oil and ran it 10 hours with MMO in place of one quart, when I drained, this label came out along with a lot of gunk. Soaked in mineral spirits for 24 hours and it's easy to read part no. 8N6615 the oil pump screen.
  • 1951 Ford 8N - need help with oil pickup tube, have been fixing up and replacing parts on old tractor, had a cracked front cover and when i took it off i discoverd the oil pick up tube was loose,took off oil pan and tube fell off, looks like someone tryed to weld it before but it did not hold,how is the best way to fix this,looks like the only thing holding it in place is the screen on the drain plug,is there a way i can fix this? also i am posting a picture of work in prog,how about the high tec jacks ha.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Even Closer To Completion - All that is left is painting the wheels, hood, and fenders. Then, the sheet metal goes back on.
  • 46 2N - SMV Mount Behind Seat - An improvised smv mount behind the pan seat. Uses one or two of the holes in the seat spring, a smv sign, and two standard SMV mounting kits, and a rubber 'cork' as a bumper against the toplink draft spring to allow it to move, but not bounce.
  • 1940 9N Ford - 9N Engine - This is a 1940 9N Engine. Mark H.
  • 1945 2N Ford - 2N Engine - 2N Engine Block. Mark H.
  • 1950 8N - Rear Of Generator - Back side of the Generator showing the Oil Fill Cap. Mark H.
  • 1950 8N Ford - 8N Engine - This is a 8N Engine. Mark H.
  • 2N Ford Tractor - Generator And Bracket - This is a 2N Tractor Generator and Bracket. Mark H.
  • 1948 Ford 8N, Mowing - My son Ryan mowing the pasture.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - These two worked hard today..
  • 1948 Ford 8N - getting a little seat time.
  • 1949 Ford 8N With 2 Bottom Plow - she still being used every day mowing off my 7 acres and plowing up a couple of gardens. Been two years since everything was redone.
  • Ford 8N - Tappet Holding Tool - Homemade tappet holding toolI use these hook-shaped tappet-holding tools (see photos) for adjusting the valve lash on my 1952 8N flat motor. Made from 3/16” steel rod, the end of the hook (1/4” long) fits into one of the four tappet holes. The horizontal top of the hook (7/8” long from center to center of each arm) has a slight horizontal bend half way along its length; this allows slightly more clearance for the adjusting wrench. The long vertical part of the hook (not more than ¾” long) anchors in the valley between the block’s tappet bosses, stopping tappet rotation when using the adjusting wrench. I bent the rod in a 6” vice, using a hammer to make compact bends (especially for the 90o bend that makes the ¼” hook).The right-hand version stops tappet rotation when decreasing lash; the left-hand version stops tappet rotation when increasing lash. The tappet-holding tools shown here have handles 2 ½” long and work on all valves, although short-handle versions have more clearance around the governor linkages when adjusting #1 exhaust. I made the adjusting wrench as described in both the IT FO-4 Manual and the Ford 8N Operator’s Manual. The 4-hole design of the tappets combined with the 6-sided adjusting bolt results in various alignments between the tappet-holding tool and the adjusting wrench that allows adjusting bolt rotation at specific locked positions.
  • 1950-52 Ford 8N With Angle Drive Distributor - Stock Distributor And Oddball Found In Tractor - And here's the breaker plate of the misfit.
  • 1950-52 Ford 8N With Angle Drive Distributor - Stock Distributor And Oddball Found In Tractor - Another exterior view.
  • 1950-52 Ford 8N With Angle Drive Distributor - Stock Distributor And Oddball Found In Tractor - Close up of the stock Ford breaker plate.
  • 1950-52 Ford 8N With Angle Drive Distributor - Stock Distributor And Oddball Found In Tractor - Comparison shot of the exterior of both units.
  • 1950-52 Ford 8N With Angle Drive Distributor - Stock Distributor And Oddball Found In Tractor - Here are the caps, dust covers, and rotors.
  • 1950-52 Ford 8N With Angle Drive Distributor - Stock Distributor And Oddball Found In Tractor - The breaker plates.
  • 46 2N - Stabilizer Bracket - stabilizer bracket
  • 46 2N - Stabilizer Bracket - under fender stabilizer bracket
  • 4? Ford 2N - I'm no artist, but this should give the general idea ref. stabilizer bars.
  • 1945 2N # 9N194955* - Old Patent Plate - This is a photo of the original patent plate on my 1945 2N
  • 1951 Ford 8N - My grandfather purchased this tractor new and I finally got it restored.
  • 1941 Ford 9N - This photo was download from http;//www.nseries.com/absoluteig/gallery.asp?action=viewimage&categoryid=4&text=&imageid=38&box=&shownew=
  • 1942-45 Ford 9N / 2N - Front Steel Wheels - This is a photo of a pair of front steel wheels for a large hub Ford 9N or 2N. The over all diameter is 25' and each weigh approx. 110 lb. I wire wheeled them clean and shot them with primer. The left wheel has some pitting from 12 o'clock to 3 o'clock but both are VERY solid.
  • 1951 Or 1952 Ford 8N - This tractor shows a Serial Number of 442463 which is listed as an early 1952 model, but the casting plates attached to the engine block is M 131 which is December 13, 1951.
  • Ford 8N Sparkplug - New Nickel Plated 437 - This is the 437 that I am trying to get made. Notice that the sidewire is 'x' gaped, meaning that it does not go all the way over the centerwire.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Plowing - pic.#2
  • 1948 Ford 8N - 8N and 3-14 plow,Don't know make of plow.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Cam And Follower Pin - Worn cam and follower pin.
  • Ford V-8N - Seen at the Tulare California Antique Farm Equipment Show
  • 1950 Ford 8N Mower (After) - This is the2Nd Ford 8N that I've resored in a one year time span. They were both for other people, the last one was my Aunts and this one was for a neighbor.I did a complete overhaul on engine all electric items, carb, brakes,rear rims, all tires and tubes, radiator,hydrulics,bearings, bushings,complete paint with every part down to bare metal. Even completely rebuilt the mower. I had 3650 in parts and charged 3000 to Restore. All this for 6650. as you guys know this tractor will mow for another 30 plus years with minor tune ups and repairs. This tractor mows around 15 to 20 acres every week and has done so since the early 1960's. Thanks Jason Grooms
  • 1950 Ford 8N Mower (Before) - Here is the before, as you can see this was a very nice Ford 8N before. It was just very tired and ready to have some new life added to her.Thanks Jason Grooms
  • 1950 Ford 8N Mower (During) - Here it is with a new coat of Red paint on Her.I've found out that its much easier to paint these tractors up on a trailor, it beats laying on the body shop floor plus the ventiation is much better.Thanks Jason Grooms
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Here is the before restoration pictures of my 1952 Ford 8N
  • 1952 Ford 8N - I bought this tractor for 750 running in excellent condition, However the appearance was not so nice. 3 months later and 45hrs later this rust bucket turned into my dream tractor. I use this tracor now for everyday use on my 9 acres of land.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - My bad tractor with an attitude
  • 1952 Ford 8N - getting ready for a little late night action on the farm
  • 44 2N Ford - Wheels - Photos to show different wheels for 9n and 2n ford tractors
  • 9N Ford - Cut Down 9N Center In A 16 Rim, - also stock 39 ford car wheel
  • 9N Ford - Wheels - 39 ford car hub and drum, with stock 9n wheel. it wont fit!
  • 1940 Ford 9N Vineyard - Here is a shot of the rear of tractor showing the narrow axle
  • 1940 Ford 9N Vineyard - Just aquired this tractor, supposedly a rare narrow axle vineyard tractor?
  • 1941 9N - 16 9N Front Wheel - Front 16 inch wheel off 1941 9N
  • 1941 9N 16 Wheel - Front Side Of 16 Inch Wheel - Front side of 16 inch wheel off 1941 9N. Other picture is backside showing rivets.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - 8N Engine Minus Head - Cleaned Up - Here is a pic after I cleaned up the block. Now I will put a new head gasket on and see if it clears up my unusual compression readings.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Engine Minus Head - Original - I had compression of 110/100/85/110 - wet test showed minimum gain, so I pulled the head to get a look at what the problem could be. Here is a pic right after I pulled the head
  • 1952 Ford 8N (After) - 3 months and 45 hrs later the Ford 8N has been risen
  • 1952 Ford 8N (After) - The beast awakens
  • 1952 Ford 8N (After) - every piece redone to perfection
  • 1952 Ford 8N (After) - my favorite shot of my newborn
  • 1952 Ford 8N (Before) - on the way to the sandblaster
  • 1952 Ford 8N (Before) - this is it before restoration big pile of rust that ran like a champ
  • Implements For My Ford 8N - Here are our implements stored in our new shop.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Almost Done - Here is a pic of my 1948 Ford 8N that I have put over 3k in parts so far. All I need is the lights, bumper, decals, front rubber - and of course the touch ups on the knicked spots during re-assembly.
  • 1948 Ford 8N
  • 1950 Ford 8N On Trailer - How to rig a Ford 8N on double axle trailer.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - This is my 48 Ford 8N. I just completed an overhaul (my first mechanical work!) and I learned more than I can imagine. It's been frustrating and fun and now it runs like a dream! Still a few detail items to take care of but she'll mow grass all day. John
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Picture of Mary Larson from Marquette, Mi. driving her 52, Ford 8N tractor for an Oil change at Marquette High School where her son Bret rebuilt it as a class project.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Just finished restoring another ford. This is the 6th different one. Many new parts and hours of (hobby ?)Labor went in to it. They take up a lot of your free time .but there great . Sanded primed and painted with a spray gun . All mecanical work done, drives and operates like new.
  • 1951 8N Ford - 8N With Bad Leak At The Lift Cylinder - In with leaky lift cylinder. Also need to have fluid replaced.
  • 51/2?8N - I saw this tractor and had to take a picture. It's the nicest one I've seen in person. It also has a Sherman Combo.
  • Ford 8N High Track - Found this on Ebay. Thought you guys might like it. I've never seen anything like it.
  • 1944 Ford 2N - Heres my second girl. This is as she sits in KS. I'll get her hauled to ATL early June. Going to need lots of help form you all on the board. Thanks, Eric
  • 1940 9N - Stainless Exhaust
  • 1942 Ford 2N W/Loader - Before - This is a 1942 Ford 2N, with a Sherman Hi/Lo, S/N 102156. When I got this tractor the motor was stuck so bad that the liners came out with the pistons. This loader was on the tractor, but the hydraulic cylinders were bad, so I replaced them with two way cylinders. Does anyone know what make the loader is? Here is the before photo
  • 1942 Ford2N - W/Loader - After - Here is a photo of the tractor after.
  • 52 8N - Drawbar Bracket
  • 2N Steering Box With Bolts Outlined - 2N Steering Box With Bolts Outlined - 2n steering box with bolts outlined
  • Frog On 8N - Frog On 8N - frog on 8n
  • 1939 Ford 9N And Ford Dirt Scoop - not pretty, but the two work well together!
  • 1952? Ford 8N With Funk Bros.6CYL Conversion - This tractor was my father in-law and we were happily surprised when he gave it to us(thats my wife driving it). It needs some attention cosmeticly but runs good(and fast)but is too light to pull much as it tends to just dig in.
  • Ford 8N Front Wheel - I bought 2 new front wheels and put new tires & tubes on them. The 3rd time I mowed with them on the tractor, the right front fell apart. The welds broke (and it had to happen at the farthest corner of the field!).
  • 1950 8N - Front Hub (1) - This front hub accepts standard Ford automotive wheels with 5 1/2 inch bolt patterns. It is not a cut-down or converted automotive hub. Has the number < 01A 1106 A2 > cast in on the back. (only markings) Came with the tractor from the Dealer in 1950. Tractor also came with a loader. Anybody know who made this hub ??
  • 1950 8N - Front Hub (2) W/Wheel - Same hub with standard Ford automotive 16' wheel mounted.
  • 1951 Ford 8N
  • 1950 8N - Front Hub (3) Back - Back View Of Unidentified Front Hub
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Front Wheel Comparing To Previous Post
  • 1945 2N - Engine Block Still Attached - This is a view of my tractor during tear down
  • 1945 2N - Front Axle Support Bracket - Front axle support bracket taken off
  • Ford 8N Or 9N - Hydraulic Valve - VALVE HOOKS UP TO OUTLET PORT ON HYDRAULIC PUMP OF 8N, 9N TRACTOR. MOUNTS OVER INSPECTION PORT ON RIGHT SIDE.
  • 1951 Ford 8N - THERE IS A STAR AT END OF SERIAL NUMBER. IT HAS WORKING GAUGES INCLUDING PROOFMETER. EQUIPPED WITH 4-SPD TRANSMISSION AND HAS FORD EMBROSSED ON BOTH FENDERS. IN PERFECT CONDITION AND RUNS VERY WELL. COMPLETE WITH A FORD DEARBORN BLADE.
  • 46 Ford 2N - Secondary Alternator Pulley - This is a second pull added to give belt clearance to the front mount distribuitor when an alternator is hung on the tractor
  • 46 Ford 2N - Idler Pulley - improvised idler pulley for alternator
  • Ford 1947 Ford 2N - Engine recently completely rebuilt. Rear axles show manufactoring dates of 2/19/1947 and 2/20/1947. Although it's muddy in this picture (I was testing a brand new camera), everything works including the headlights. It's still a 6 volt system and cranks great.
  • 1951 Ford 8N - Credit for this restoration goes to A. J. Hudson, Randolph Davis, Bobby Manning and Harold Byrd. Many hours of labor!
  • 9N - My Position Control - Being Cheap and a Machinist of 30 years. I chose to build my own. Anybody can do this if they can scroung the materials.
  • 1944 2N - This is an enhanced image of the lever in question. Which Sherman is it?
  • 1944 Ford 2N - Trans lever?
  • 1945 Ford-Ferguson Ford 2N - After new gas, cleaned points, charged battery, one cough -- running again! My Dad's first tractor bought in 1947, now moved to the city. He would have been smiling too if he could have been there June 5,2004.
  • 1951 8N - Diff - Holes Shot
  • 1951 8N - Pinion
  • 1951 8N - Rear Casting Inside
  • 46 2N - SK Puller - this is the puller i used to remove the lift rocker pin
  • 1952 Ford 8N - I'm the2Nd owner of this nice tractor. The loader is a Model Skyline by Davis.
  • Ford 8N - Passed this coming back from vacation. Not for sale.
  • 1945 2N - Top View Of Fuel Bowl Assbly. - View of the reserve port on N fuel bowl assembly
  • 1946 Ford 2N - a shot of the body work in progress.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Bought by my dad in the 60's. Been sitting for about 7 or 8 years. Now my son and I are restoring it.
  • 1940 9N - Steering Assembley & Shifter - This is the Alum dash steering box and shifter assembley. Mark H.
  • 1951 Ford 8N - #8N437927 Just bought this from a guy in TX who has been working on these for 40 years. It's not rrestored but it looks and runs good. After one mowing, I love it already. How can something so old still be so good.
  • 8N - Sherman Trans #2 - Pic of the inside of the Sherman. The bottom gear rail has 28 teeth on the largest gear and 18 teeth on the smallest gear (the one on the very bottom of the pic). The output shaft to the tranny is missing.
  • 8N - Sherman Trans - Trying to determine which Sherman I have. I believe its a 'step-up' but not sure.
  • 8N - 3 Sherman Trans. - The grey one on the right is a step-up, notice its larger bottom gear (28 teeth). The one on the left and the middle are step-downs (notice the smaller bottom gear at 18 teeth)
  • 8N - Sherman - 3 Front View - The step-up is on the left and the middle and right one are the step-downs. Notice that the step-downs do have cable pulls and are red.
  • 8N - Sherman Gears - This is a closer view of the bottom gears. The step-up is on the right and the step-down is on the left. Notice the much smaller 18T gear poking out from the bottom of the step-down versus the larger 28T gear of the step-up
  • 8N - Sherman Output Shafts - The shaft on the left is for a step-up unit and has 18 teeth. The shaft on the right is for a step-down and has 18 teeth.
  • 8N - Shermans - Front View - Closer view of two step-downs.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Drive Gear? - This metal ring with teeth along the outer edge is around the left rear axle on my Ford 8N. Was told it is probably for a Ferguson or Pittsburg corn planter.
  • 1948 Ford 8N *8N24342* - Note the serial# reads the same backwards and forwards. Finished the restoration in 4 months (Ground up)in time for the Hughson, California parade.10-yr-old grandson drove the tractor in the parade and won the blue ribbon.Runs great. Keep garaged and dusted. Read to begin a 1954 resoration. reshrader@sbcglobal.net
  • 1949 Ford 8N With Dearborn Disc
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Update on restoration. 7/2/04
  • ?1948? Ford 8N - got it from my great grandma when she passed on. runs great, came with 2 bottom, disc, cultivator, manure loader, snow-plow, sawblade, and field mower. hopefully we can clean it up a little, more pictures to come. not sure about year though.
  • 1952 8N - Cleaned Serial Number Bar - Took several applications of paint stripper to finally reveal the complete serial number I feared gone.
  • 9N - 9N (early), with an Ford 8N engine, just finished yesterday
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Original Steering Wheel - The condition!
  • 1952 Ford 8N - pic showing 19' front rims
  • 1949 8N - Rear Rim Galvanized - Still Galvanized
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Rear Wheel Lug Nuts - ORIGINAL color is sheet metal gray
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Here is a pic of the two Fords in my garage. My almost complete 1952 Ford 8N and my 2003 Ford Cobra.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - I'm seeing if I can post a photo as easy as souNguy made it sound.
  • 1949 Ford 8N - using carryall as a sawbuck
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Rubber Button Under Seat - My recently purchased 8N (from original owner) still has the rubber button in place on the underside of the seat near the seat spring!
  • 1939 Ford 9N? - This is I think a Ford 9N with an Ford 8N motor. I haven't done much to Doris yet, but she runs pretty good so far. Haven't stalled her in deep grass yet!
  • 1944 Ford 2N - This was my wife's Grand-dad's tractor.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - All that is left is the back light and decals.
  • 8N Ford - Governor Counterbalance Spring
  • 1951 Ford 8N Serial #381487 - After all the work restoring it, now comes the fun part, using it!
  • 1959 (641) And 1948 Ford 8N Tractors - These are a couple of my tractors that have been restored. One is a 641 with power steering, and the other is a 1948 8 N. These are the 5th and 6th tractors that I have restored. Lots of time involved in restorations but there worth it .
  • Ford 8N with V8
  • 1946 Ford 2N - This tractor has been in the family since 1958 or 59. During it's life it has been used to cultivate our garden,power a 5 ft mower deck and plow snow in the winter with a 6 ft blade.
  • 1941 Ford 9N - This tractor is helping us build a summer home on Louds Island off the coast of Maine... it will get a new (old) nose this fall and some more clean up... a great working tractor
  • 1946 Ford 2N SN222648
  • 1948 Ford 8N - 'Finally Finished'
  • Ford 2N
  • Ford 9N - This is a Ford 9N that was left for dead after a barn fire so I bought and brought it back to life with a transplant of a 215 Buick all aluminum V-8
  • 1939 Ford 9N? - We recently purchased this tractor from a farmer who had only had it a few months. The serial number on the motor is 9N1228 with stars on either end. However, on the Ford emblem there is a 2N in about 12 pt. font. Several other components of the tractor seem to be of a newer vintage also. Can anyone help me identify this tractor? Is it possible that the tractor has a newer body and an older motor? Thank you for any advice you can give me.
  • 1942 Ford 9N - I just bought this Ford 9N last week from a great guy who knew it would get a good home, so I got lots of extras, and info. Starts and runs great.
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Here is a 19472N above 300,000 serial #. It is the the seventh Ford 9N-2N in my collection. So far i've got a 1939-1940-1941---1944-1945-and two 1947's. Also I just got an early single bottom Ferguson plow with a smooth tail wheel. 2 sets of late model Ferguson Plows and a early set of 2 bottom plows, an early set of Ferguson spring tine culavators, a Ferguson 2 row Planter,A Ferguson coodwood saw, A Dearborn coordwood saw, A Dearborn Tractor jack to go with my Ferguson Tractor jack, An early Dearborn sickle bar mower. I will post pictures of all these things ...just been busy rounding up and tring to make money to pay for these toys (ha ha). Also got a very clean 1952 TO 30 Ferguson with a cracked block for tuning up some Guy's Ford 2N.It and my 1939 are the only ones that don't run as of now, but the 1939 engine has been done for a couple of months though.. setting on the engine stand. Thanks Jason Grooms
  • 1950S(?) Wagner Loader On 8N Funk 6 - Wagner WM2 loader modified with hydraulically actuated front bucket.
  • Ford 8N - Front Crank Pulley - Anyone ever see one like this, Need to know how to remove
  • 1949 Ford 9N & Green Machine - Pic of my Ford 9N and my awsome 'Green Machine', which by the way is for sale!
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Here is the completed tractor. It isn't show quality, but nice enough for me.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Almost home.
  • 1952 Ford 8N With Funk V8 - Pic taken at Findlay, OH tractor show.
  • 1943 Ford 2N - Pic taken at Findlay, OH tractor show.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Pic taken at Findlay, OH tractor show.
  • 1950 Ford 8N
  • 1950 Ford 8N - It took four and ahalf monthes to get the motor back from the shop...Now where does this part go ??...
  • 1952 8N - Themostat - Another pic of the spring
  • 1952 8N - Thermostat - A pic of the cap
  • 1952 8N - Thermostat - Here is a pic of the thermostat I pulled from the top radiator hose on my 1952 8N
  • Ford 8N - This picture is for Rooster-Take your pick.
  • 194? Ford 2N - Front Headlights
  • 1943 Ford 2N Serial# Ford 9N114525 - This is The2Nd N tractor that I have had. The first was a 1941 Ford 9N that I purchased in 1987 and had until 1995 when I decided to purchace a Polaris 400 4X4 and sell the Ford 9N. Always regretted selling the Ford 9N. Now I sold the Polaris and purchased this Ford 2N and have no regrets.
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Taken at Georgetown, OH show. This one has aluminum horizontal bar grill, smooth hubs and 32 in. rear wheels.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - My Ford 8N and my new to me dearborn 10-1 plow...
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Taken at Georgetown, OH show. The owner is driving it.
  • 1951 Ford 8N - Taken at Georgetown, OH show. Not exactly the best looking tractor at the show.
  • 1940 Ford 9N - Here is a shot of the dash on an early 1940 (pre #12499)This is my ole buddy Bill's tractor. He worked his # off to get it done for the show. Thanks for looking Jason Grooms
  • 9N Ford 2N 8N Tractor Show - Here is a shot of the 3 tractors I took to GeorgeTown OH this year. The Ford 9N is unrestored but the Ford 2N and Ford 8N are Restored. I have posted all of these before but here is a picture of all of them at once. The weather was PERFECT all weekend long. Thanks for looking, Jason Grooms
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Before and after picture. This tractor will dig a ditch and keep on pulling.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - This is pictures of my grandpa's 1952 Ford 8N. One picture is it right after it was restored, and the other before it was restored, and it has a rake on it. And the 900 i put on here, if you look to the right of the before picture of the Ford 8N thats what the 900 looked like.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - This tractor worked great for the few years I had it. As the engine ran great, I'm sure it was rebuilt at some time. The loader is a Davis Skyline model, 2 way bucket.
  • 39 9N - Govenor Assembly
  • 1948 Ford 8N V-8
  • 1957 900 Ford 1960 800 Ford 1952 Ford 8N - This is a picture of my grandpa's 900 ford, 800 ford selecto-matic, and Ford 8N ford, at christmas time.
  • 1947 Ford 8N - This is a ford Ford 8N, my grandpa bought it in minnesota, and it had some electrical problems, but we put a new wireing harness in it, and now it runns good. and starts up first time
  • 1947 Ford 8N - this Ford 8N my grandpa bought, had some serious problems with the wireing. it eat up coils like no other, so we replaced a few wires, and bought a new coil, and i painted a few parts on it, and man it runs good
  • 1952 Ford 8N With Rake - this is a picture of a ford Ford 8N with the oliver rake
  • 1941 Ford 9N - clean painted and running great, just in time for the woodstock fair.
  • 1941 Ford 9N - just finished cleaning and painting .should be all grey but there is a few Ford 8N parts on her,so I figured why not .
  • 1941 Ford 9N - painted wrong color but it was cheap. the grey and red scheme kinda grew on me.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - my new toy
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Here is Aunt Codra's 1 owner tractor that I restored last year at its first outting. Andys behind the wheel. don't he look happy. Thanks Jason Grooms
  • Ford 8N - Pliers - Here is the back - never hears of 'Herbrand'
  • Ford 8N - Pliers - Here is the front
  • Ford 8N (Double) - Double your pleasure!!
  • 1940 Ford 9N - This is how I cut my grass
  • 1945 Ford 2N And Ferguson Plow - I've posted this tractor a few times...sorry for the repeats but just found this picture tonight and was thinking WOW this thing looks pretty good..If most people knew what these ole Ford 9N-2N tractors looked like when they rolled off the show room floor, we would see a lot fewer ugly red belly Ford 9N-2N's. All you true Ford 9N 2N guys know this and the rest just don't matter. Just love to stir up these guys!!!!!!!!!!!!Thanks, Jason Grooms
  • 1950 Ford 8N 1 Owner - This is the picture of a 1 owner 1950 Ford 8N that I restored for my 87 year old Aunt.The only thing it needs to be 100% original is a set of box rims. (calcium got the originals)Just to show you guys that Red Bellys look good too, but only if they are Ford 8N's. Just love stirring up you guys that don't know better...... Thanks Jason Grooms
  • 39 9N - Oil Inlet To Pump
  • 51 8N - SMV Mount #2
  • 51 8N - SMV Mount - New (to me) use for 3-hole rocker arm.
  • Ford 8N Custom - Found this pic somewhere on the net. Discussion about unusual paint jobs brought it to mind.
  • 1944 Ford 2N
  • 1944 Ford 2N
  • 8N Funk Six - I didn't see Peter and Karen, hope they don't mind the world seeing a nice example of a funk six cylinder
  • 8NFUNK - Skip Borelli's Ford 8N Funk conversion
  • 50 Ford 8N - Dash Oil Light And Temp Gauge
  • 50 Ford 8N - Oip Pressure Switch
  • 1947 Ford 2N - 8N done, and now for the Ford 2N. One thing I have found out is that it is cheeper to buy restored rather than to restore. But then again you can't put a price on pride and enjoyment.
  • 1941 Ford 9N - Here's another picture. Hopefully these will become 'before' pictures!
  • 1941 Ford 9N - Just picked this tractor up last week. It's my way of getting my feet wet in the tractor hobby. Thanks to all of you who are (and will) help me with this.
  • Year? Im Not Sure. Make; Ford 9N (9N1099334) Ferguson System Type 5PE021 No 42549 Plus A Disc & A Scraper - I'm trying to sell this for my mother by getting fair prices so I can advertiser in her local newspaper ... a couple of the tires are flat but it does start up! I have more photos.
  • 1950 Ford 8N 2004 F250 Trailer Philip
  • 1946 Ford 2N With Backhoe And Loader
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Finally Finished And On The Property - I bought this tractor Nov. 2003 and have been working on it mechanically and aesthetically since. After 3k+ in parts and several hundred hours of labor - it is fianlly finished. I am happy with the finished product.
  • 1949 Ford 8N - My grandfather purchased this tractor in Hastings NE. in March 1950 and farmed with it until 1973. It sat in the weeds and rusted away until 2001. I had a lot of fun restoring this old tractor. Thats my daughter driving it now, just like I did when I was a youngster 35 years ago.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Ford Carb Date Code - I robbed this photo from an ebay auction. It shows the date code on a Marvel-Schebler 241B carburetor. The '7 52' stamped off to the side indicated that this carb was made in July of 1952. Similar date codes were stamped on Ford carburetors from 1950 to the end of the x00 and x01 series.
  • Ford 8N Funk - Not my Funk, but found this on web. Illustrates what I believe to be the correct setup of the throttle / governor / carburetor linkage.
  • 1949 Ford 8N - This is a before photo for Marks Hembergers Ford 8N. I never changed the rear tires, they had a sever flat side to them, but I just aired them up and cleaned them with a pressure washer, wire brush, and a lot of Armour-All. The front tires where rusted to the rims so tight that I had to cut them off with a recipocating saw.
  • 1944 Ford 2N - 9-26-2004 For sale on Ebay now...item #3842240769
  • 1944 Ford 9N 2N Help Which Is It? - Engine Number Ford 9NI60047 please help us out on this one, which is it, Ford 9N or Ford 2N ???
  • 1945 2N - Gas Tankgas Tank Removed With Wire In The Vent
  • 1945 2N - Split Tractor - Tractor split, engine on engine stand, and tranny housing strapped to radius rods so it can be moved
  • 1945 2N - Tranny Input - Tranny input after motor removed
  • 1952 Ford 8N Workhorse - Here is my 1952 Workhorse - 'Sampson' - ready for duty.
  • 1944 Ford 2N - Just got her. been waiting 5 1/2 months. Now it's time to get to work.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - I knew the hole was there, the corner was tight, the implement I was towing couldn't make the turn....yet, I drove right into yet. Got it out the next morning with a jack and lots of shoveling
  • 1941 Ford 9N - THIS IS MY FATHERS TRACTOR RIGHT AFTER BEING OVERHAULED AND REPAINTED
  • 44 2N - Engine Left Front
  • 44 2N - Engine, Right Side
  • 9N/2N - Air Cleaner
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Restoration completed Sept. 2004.
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Restoration completed Sept. 2004
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Restoration finished Sept. 2004.
  • 1942 Ford 2N
  • 1949 Ford 8N Funk 6 - Note exhaust stack going up, not down and back. Also note exhaust manifold... not typical for 226 engines.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - This tractor was given to me by my grand father and had set in field for four years unused. Took a year to fix but it was worth it.
  • 1939 Ford 9N - This is Ashley's 1939 FORD Ford 9N. Serial Number 5027. She will be driving in the 2004 Calhoun Tractor Show.
  • 1939 To 1948 - 9N 2N Brake Shoe
  • 1945 2N - Crankshaft - Engine with oil pan removed and all carboned up
  • 1945 2N - Draw Bar Lock - Simple sturdy Draw Bar Lock
  • 1948 Ford 8N58182 - 'N-astasia' (from Greek meaning 'who shall rise again')
  • 1948 Ford 8N58182 - Profile of a work in progress
  • Ford 8N Crawler - I found this picture on a website about farming with ford tractors. It looks to be a very well done farmer modification. Kind of adds a new look without the steering wheel huh?
  • 1946 Ford 2N With Backhoe And Loader - Gigging my 16x32 inground pool
  • 1950 8N Tractor - Rear Muffler Clamp - This is a original Muffler Clamp for the N-Tractors. Mark H.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Here is a valuable implement for my Ford 8N. This 4 wheels in tandem trailer is equipped with a transmission, a winch, and a brake. Everything is powered by the PTO of the tractor. For more details, search for 'remorque PTO' on google.
  • Ford 9N V8 W/ Rear Mount Loader - This is my father's Ford 9N with a Dearborn rear mount 3pt. loader. This is the first one of these I've seen. He used one years ago for cleaning horse stalls and spent the past few years trying to locate another. The tractor itsself is powered by a 130 hp Mercury flathead V8, which helped cut the barn cleaning times in half. Except for the 3 sides of the building that need repaired before we got him to put new brakes on it...(just kidding dad!)
  • 1940 Ford 9N - My first, I love it!
  • 1944 2N Ford - Support Nameplate - Ferguson nameplate on support across transmission.
  • 1944 2N Ford - Transmission Section With Unknown Support - This support extends for front to the back of the transmission housing. One on each side of the tractor. It has a Ferguson nameplate.
  • 50 Ford 8N - Temp Sender Location - temp sender location in head.Front left side of head there is a raised flat spot for that purpose its near the neck for the upper rad. Hose. Drill a 7/16” hole and use a ¼” pipe tap. Drill the middle of the flat boss there is plenty of meat there . I moved the amp gauge and put the temp gauge in the hole in the dash were the amp gauge was. You can get a nice gauge for less than 15.00. I got mine at advance Auto.
  • 1940S Ford 9N - I purchased this tractor at a very good price. I changed the oil and filter, plugs and wires and installed a tune-up kit and it runs great. The scrape was purchased separately.
  • 9N 39
  • 1946 Ford 2N - This2N has a 1948 TO20 rear end
  • 1950 Ford 8N - I'm the second owner of this tractor, I plan on giveing it to my kids
  • 1945 John Deere H And 1952 Ford 8N
  • 1952 Ford 8N - This one sat for 7 years put points in and runs good. Will restore in time. Sherman step-up is a riot!
  • 48 8N? - Battery Clamp And Electrical Do-Nothing. - Don't know where the battery clamp came from. Not my 8N. The headlight switch had the electrical component between the terminals, but no wires to the switch. The headlights came off just before or just after a PO added a loader.
  • 50S 8N Mounts - 50S - Front and Side Mount
  • 8N - Surprise! Removal of transmission cover located a large mouse nest.Hint-always leave drain plugs in abandoned parts.
  • 1949 Ford 8N Front Blade Rear Erskine Blower - Hyd. loader. Front blade is mounted instead of bucket in the winter. Erskine pull type blower on rear. Blower had 2 ft. ext. wing on the right for the dig drifts. Really moves the snow.
  • 9N Tractor - Marvel Schebler TSX 33 - Bronze Colored - I have never seen a M/S carb with a bronz-ish tint before, and thought I would post a pic of it for any feedback.
  • 1939-41, Ford, 8N/9N - What is the missing part, above the front-mounted distributor cap (6-volt electrical system)? And where can I get one?
  • 1951 Ford 8N - This is a picture after a 4 week restore.
  • 1950 Ford 8N
  • 1952 Ford 8N - My Ford 8N with a 1 bottom plow. Needs a little hydralic work but it runs great.
  • 8N - busted leveling fork
  • 1948 Ford 8N
  • 1945 2N (9N194955*) - 2N Air Cleaner Assembly - This is the Air cleaner off my 1945 2N. It is slightly different then the ones for the 8Ns
  • 1948 Ford 8N With Stays & Drawbar Setup - Here's the original setup for the Ford 8N tractor with the 11-hole drawbar, stays, and Dearborn Vee-Bar for pull-type implements. Note the safety badge/lockout chain to the lift quadrant so you accidentally try to lift it and damage your pump.
  • 1968Nuffield 4-65
  • Philip Ford 8N W/ Pallet Lift - Pallet lift for cat 1 3 point hitch. Drawing available.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Here is my finished project on my property.
  • Drawbar Receiver Hitch, 8N, Philip - 3 point catergory 1 drawbar receiver hitch. Plans available in AutoCAD or .pdf.
  • 1943 Ford 2N - After paint
  • 1943 Ford 2N - Before paint
  • 1945 2N (9N194955*) - Fan And Bumper In Electrolysis Tank
  • 1949 Ford 8N With Loader
  • 1946 Ford 2N
  • 1952 Ford 8N - My dad found this Ford 8N back in the timber behind a friends house. It had a tree growing thru one of the axle radius rods which had to be cut before moving. Also had a cracked block from not draining radiator. Dad did most of the work on this one. He passed away last Feb. and i inherited the tractor. A 1949 Ford 8N was what i learned to drive on.
  • 1950 Ford 8N Gen Brqcket
  • 1950 8N - Gen Bracket
  • 1950 Ford-8N With Scout Backhoe. - Almost to much iron for this little Ford 8N but it does work well even if its is a little slow.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Daisy gets bored sometime so she likes to imitate the neighbours cows.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - This is a Davis Skyline loader. Paint is hand brushed from New Holland.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - This is my little working tractor that is still working 80 acres here in Ontario. As she is is limited due to size she only pulls the bush hog, the blade and irritates the post hole auger. Therefore we call her Daisy Dolittle.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - We as owners of Ford 8Ns are well aware how different their personality can be. This is Daisy after a hard days work.
  • 1949 Ford 8N - A right side view.
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Note original tires!
  • Scout Backhoe On My 1950 Ford 8N - Not sure of the year of this backhoe but its on a 1950 Ford 8N
  • 1950 Ford 8N Side Mount - Wiring Diagram - This is a picture of a 1950,positive ground, Side mount 8N wiring diagram.
  • Ford 9N - This tractor does most of the small work on our farm, such as cultivating corn and weeding the field. It usually has a loader on it, but working it with a loader is not easy. It starts on 6volt setup and has no trouble starting in the winter.
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Been using it around the yard, plowing snow etc
  • 1947 Ford 2N
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Before---------Also see the 'After' picture that follows....
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Rebuilt a little over a year ago. Also rebuilt a 49 for my Brother
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Spent a day cleaning her, changing all the fluids, and putting the chains on to get ready for the first snow. Bring it on!
  • 1951 8N - Cracked Transmission Case - Here's what happens when you get in a hurry trying to repair a clutch. Two headaches for the price of one.
  • 8N V8 - Owner unknown
  • 1939 9N - Chrome Radiator Cap Bottom View - Here is an original cap that I had rechromed. It is the cast aluminum one made for the NON-pressurizd radiator. ( 9N ) Thanks Jason Grooms
  • 1939 9N - Chrome Radiator Cap Top View - Here is an original cap that I had rechromed. This one is the cast aluminum one made for the NON-Pressurized style Radiator.( 9N ) Thanks Jason Grooms
  • 1951 Ford 8N - In Turf Attire - I put this in turf so I'd have a tractor for soft ground, took me 4 months.
  • 9N And 2N - Radiator Cap Comparison - The one on the top is a 50 year old 2N radiator cap that fits the 2N & 8N with the pressurized system,It is made from stamped steel, note it lugs on the out side like a modern radiator cap. The bottom one is for the NON- pressurized cap for the 9N, it is cast aluminum. This one is new from the dealer but is made JUST LIKE the original ones. Note that it lugs on the inside like a gas cap. Thanks Jason Grooms
  • 8N - Cracked Transmission Case 2
  • 8N - Cracked Transmission Case 3
  • 8N - Cracked Transmission Case 4 - Cracked case was bolted to a scrap 8N block,welded,painted and replaced. Almost as good as new, many hours later.
  • 8N - Cracked Transmission Case
  • 19XX Ford 8N - just purchased and to be used primarily for blowing snowI post on the forum as North Bay, Canada
  • 19XX Ford 8N
  • 19XX Ford 8N
  • 1940 Ford 9N - This is the restored product in 2003.
  • 1940 Ford 9N - This is what it looked like in 2001.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Works great on the grain auger.
  • 9N 1939 - Hope to start restore soon...runs great has 12 volt
  • 1948 Ford 8N - carryall box on pallet, doing a little lot clearing
  • 1952 Ford 8N - This tractor is my father's, he restored it a year ago. It has a newly rebuilt engine. He uses it for plowing, discing and pulling a hay wagon.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Before the ground up restoration.
  • 194? Ford 8N
  • 194? Ford 8N
  • 1945 Ford 2N - Here is a front side shot before all the goodies were done. Thanks Jason Grooms
  • 1945 Ford 2N - Here is a shot from the dash and steering wheel area. Thanks Jason Grooms
  • 1945 Ford 2N - Here is a shot of the ole hood waiting to get put on!! Thanks Jason Grooms
  • 1945 Ford 2N - Here is a shot of the rear rims and dishes. For those of you who care about ORIGINALITY, all the black aqnd white photos show that the rims and lug nuts were cadium plated. Thanks Jason Grooms
  • 528N W/Splitter
  • 1949 Ford 8N - The day we brought her home from the Tractor Adoption Agency.
  • 2N - Unknown - JeB2N
  • 1941 Ford 9N - Merry Christmas and thanks for all of your help this year in making this a great little work horse
  • 52 FORD8N - Starter - Went out to start 8n today pushed button starter made loud clanking noise.Pushed button again same thing pulled starter when i moved starter there were clinking nosies looked inside housing. There's this big spring Fig.FO81 PART #22 sitting there I'am guessing the other pieces are at the bottom of the ring gear housing.Any advise on how to get these parts out.#ers 20,21,23
  • 8N - My Neighbors Ford 8N
  • Ford 8N 1949 - ford Ford 8N in restorating
  • 194? Ford 8N - Winter project My first restore project
  • 1949 8N - Gas Tank - This is my 'day tank' made from a lawn mower gas tank (5 bucks). I bolted it to a lug on the front of the block (for orig. gen?)with a piece of 1/16' thk. flatbar that I drilled some holes in. I added a couple of pieces of hose with an in-line filter and a 2' length of brake line tubing for the connection to the carb.
  • Ford 9N, 2N - Generator
  • 1948 Ford 8N - 8n out in the cold
  • 48 Ford 8N - Ring Under Rear Axle - Wondering if it is better to pull from this ring or from the draw bar to minimize flipping the tractor.
  • 1947 Ford 8N - 1947 ford Ford 8N from holland
  • 1948 Ford 8N - 7' Meyers plow mounts on loader frame with same pins as loader bucket. Still have the power angle function of the blade too.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - I picked up this nice Ford 8N from a famly friend. I didn't even know he had a tractor. Had been sitting in his shed for years! I gave a fair price and got a real nice tractor.
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Dash - To respond to a question about where the light switch is on a 49 8N.
  • 52 8N - Orc Cover - Homemade ORC cover made from old bottle jack
  • 1940 Ford 9N - I know the paint colour scheme is wrong, but 'it came that way' (to me).
  • 1948 Ford 8N - just look'n
  • 1949 8N - Alternator - Is my voltage regulator (inside of alternator) unplugged? Should 'B' be plugged into 'A'?
  • 1949 Ford 8N
  • 1941 Ford 9N - It looks better in the picture than it really is.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - I inherited this tractor several years ago. Someone else made the loader/fenders. All I did was tune up, replace a rim, add tires and of course paint it. Tractor runs great and starts at once with 6 volt pos ground. Tom/Idaho
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Me and my tractor out on the ranch in Paige Texas. Gun is Ruger Deerfield .44 Magnum. Real bad year for coyotes taking down calves.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - First snowfall on Christmas Eve in Oyster Creek since 1876-And I left it outside last night!!!!!
  • Ford 8N - Sure picture good after washing!
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Here is the 'new' addition to our farm, just got it, needs some TLC
  • 1948 Ford 8N With Kids - This is my Ford 8N with my three kids in front of our log cabin (it was built in the late 1800's and was the original homestead on this 40 acres). My kids love the old N!
  • 194? 2N - Me and the 2n circa. 1967.
  • 45 2N - Trans Filler Plug - Plumping Plug
  • 1950 Ford 8N
  • 8N 9N - Lots of tractors!
  • 1946 Ford 2N
  • 1948 And 1952 Ford 8N - Here are my two hard working N's
  • 1948 Ford 8N - This my '48 Ford 8N SN 60896. Purchased this August. Recently rebuilt carb, tune-up, have new plug wires to install. Working my way done the list of things to do. Hydraulics are next.Brian S, NE '48 Ford 8N 60896
  • 195 ? Ford 8N - IN RESTORATION, SINCE 2002 TINGUIRIRICA CHILE
  • 8N Stuck In Mud - I found this pic of this 8n stuck in the mud and thought you guys would enjoy it
  • Ford 8N - Old Ford 8N stuck in mud
  • 1948 8N - 8N - Skeleton of my 8N,was in the shop for a rewire job,got carried away..
  • 1954 Ford 8N - Has been used since 1960 by Saint Paul East Hockey Assn to plow and sweep rinks. Sweeper was custom built for tractor in 1955 while owned by Richfield Hockey.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Taurus Tail Light - Original TAURUS tail light and bracket off of an 8N Ford.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Spruced up during spring and summer 2003
  • 1947 Ford 2N
  • 1947 Ford 2N - I RESTORED THIS TRACTOR ABOUT 2 YEARS AGO. MY DAD HAD ONE LIKE THIS.
  • 1947 Ford 8N - Dash - Dash for switch positions
  • 1947 Ford 8N - Light Switch Mount - Light switch mount
  • 1947 Ford 2N - My first tractor. Got as seen at auction in 2004
  • 1947 Ford 8N - Ole' Henry, gettin' younger all the time.
  • 1944 Ford 2N - What's wrong with this picture? Just got this tractor from a guy who didn't know how or why it was rewired.
  • 9N - Hood - ford N series patch panel
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Installing Hood Patch Panel - Here is one of the patch panels going in.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Patch Panels For 8N Hood - Here are a couple of successful attempts at making patch panels for the 'belt-mold' in my 8n hood.
  • 1948 John Deere Mod Ford 8N - I think it's the worng color.
  • ? Ford 9N - Know its a Ford 9N but unsure of the year. Painted wrong but it runs like a sewing machine.
  • Ford 8N - Original Toolkit - One of my original 8N toolkits I have collected. The toolbag is a nice repro but all of the tools are guaranteed FORD original and correct.
  • 1945 2N - Hood Frame Disasembly
  • 1945 2N - Hood - Frame removal and disasembly
  • 1945 2N - Hood - Hood frame disasembly
  • 1952 Ford 8N - 3 Hole Rocker - 3 hole rocker
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Repaired Steering Tube - This is an improvised repair I made to the steering tube on my late 8n. I used a piece of 1.5' OD pipe that is normally used to make tarp covered tube frame canopies, as I could not find the OEM piece in a partshouse or salvage yard. Unit worked perfectly after repair.
  • 51 8N - Somesort Of Adjustment Bracket - This photo is of a adjutment bracket Fig.B165 #26 page109
  • 1945 Ford 2N - I BOUGHT THIS TRACTOR FROM MY NEIGHBOR COMPLETELY REBUILT. I KNOW ITS THE WRONG COLOR...IT WAS ALL YELLOW STILL WORKING ON IT AND SOMEDAY MIGHT BE ALL GREY
  • 1945 2N - Tool Box - Inside of an unrestored 2N tool box. Notice the spotwelded metal plate. Bolts directly to battery tray
  • Unknown Rear Blade, 1946 2N Ford - Unknown rear blade, it did not have the mount for the top link, it is something I fabbed.
  • 1948 Ford 8N & Dearborn Swinging Drawbar Setup - Here's my original 1948 FORD Ford 8N Tractor with the original Dearborn Swinging Drawbar set up correctly. Note the drawbar stays are locked in place with the original WARNING badge/chain clipped to the quadrant stop to prevent accidentally lifting the hydraulics and causing major damage to the system.
  • 1940 Ford 9N - Not a complete restoration, but it looks a lot better than it did
  • 1952 Ford 8N At Rest - Here is my hard working Ford 8N resting after a day of brush hogging on my property.
  • 1948 Ford 8N Electrical Box
  • 1948 Ford 8N Wiring Diagram
  • 1948 Ford 8N Wiring
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Left Side
  • Wartime Ford 2N Tractor With Steel Wheels - These are the original wartime steel wheels that came with the Ford 2N tractor during WWII rubber restrictions.
  • Wartime Ford 2N With Extension Rims - These are the extension rims that were used to get added traction in muddy/sandy conditions. They could be used in addition to rubber tires, or alone as regular steel wheels (shown).
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Erskine blower, blade mounted to loader.
  • 1952 8N - Headlight / Backlight - Headlight and backlight I want to add to my 8N
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Inside Of Backlight - Each wire connects to one white terminal
  • 1848 Ford 8N - Wiring Diagram
  • Ford 8N Half-Track Parts And Instructions 2 - Ford 8N half-track parts and instructions
  • Ford 8N Half-Track Parts And Instructions 3 - Ford 8N half-track parts and instructions 3
  • Ford 8N Half-Track Parts And Instructions 4 - Ford 8N half-track parts and instructions 4
  • Ford 8N Half-Track Parts And Instructions 5 - Ford 8N half-track parts and instructions 5
  • Ford 8N Half-Track Parts And Instructions 6 - Ford 8N half-track parts and instructions 6
  • Ford 8N Half-Track Parts And Instructions - Ford 8N half-track parts and instructions
  • 1941 Ford 9N
  • 47-52 8N 701/702 Loader - Loader Attach Kit 19-120 - Item 1 - rear mounts, Item 2 - front mount, Item 3 - Hyd pump mount, Item 4 - support rods, Item 5 - Crank pulley adapter, Item 6 - hardware bag, Item 7 - drive shaft.
  • 47-5X 8N, 600-800 701/702 Loader - 19-120 Plate Installed - This is a view of the plate installed. Holes must be drilled in radiator support at 3 & 4.
  • 47-5X 8N, 600-800 701/702 Loader - Loader Attach Kit Installed - Loader attach kit 19-120 installed.
  • 1949 Ford 8N Funk Flathead 6 - Exhaust Manifolds - There are two different exhaust manifolds made for the Ford 226 Flathead 6 cylinder. One is made for the truck and one for the car (not sure which is which). Note the upper manifold exits to the right of center, while the lower manifold exits to the left of center, requiring a sharp 90 degree turn to miss the starter.
  • 1949 Ford 8N Funk Flathead 6 - Holley 847 & 897 Carburetor - The carb on the right (dirty) is a Holley 847 that was stock for the Ford 226 Flathead 6 cylinder (H series) engine. The one on the right (clean) is a Holley 897 that was stock for the Ford 254 Flathead 6 cylinder (M series) engine. The 897 has a 1/8' larger diameter throat and bolt spacing.
  • 1949 Ford 8N Funk Flathead 6 - Intake & Exhaust Manifold - This is an intake and exhaust manifold (separated) for the Ford 226 Flathead 6 engine. Note that the # 1&2 and 5&6 intake ports are siamesed, but none of the exhaust ports are. Note the two exhaust ports next to one another in the center, creating a hot spot in this engine.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Bought Tractor in 1984, came with rear mower, and Hay Fork, also counter weight for 3 pt hitch. Still used for chores. Runs Great!!! Plan on repainting to restore. I added the lights for night use. Electical system converted to 12 volt system.
  • 1946 Ford 2N Boom Pole
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Sherman Shift Conversion - This photo shows the homemade Sherman cable to side shift mechanism. The actuating rod yoke that goes into the Sherman is already in the tractor and isn't shown.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Sherman Shift Conversion - This photo shows the installed Sherman shift conversion mechanism. Changed from a cable operated mechanism to standard side shifter. Homemade.
  • 1945 Ford 2N - It took me 55 years to get here. The Ford 2N had been waiting on me all those years.
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Temperature Gauge - I found a location to put a temperature gauge. It has to be positioned carefully, but there is room behind the center column.
  • 1949 Ford 8N
  • 1947 Ford 2N - 19472N #3 High serial # puts it in late 1947.
  • 1947 Ford 2N - 2n #2
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Picked this up in October. Appears to be all original.
  • 1939 Ford Ferguson 9N - Sneak Preview - Here is my early 1939 9N. It should have been done but you know how that goes. Its all done except for rear tires, painting rims and dishes and the sheet metal. I'm going to wait till warm weather to do the body work out side as its in my engine machine shop an paint work does not go with engine work.Thanks Jason Grooms
  • 1940 Ford Ferguson 9N - Original Muffler Shield - Here is a picture of an original muffler shied mounted in the right location but with the wrong muffler. This is the common 8N muffer. The 9N mufflers were much larger in Dia. Thanks Jason Grooms
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Another shot of the '20/20' paint job with TSC's BPS...
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Example of (an infamous) '20/20' paint job performed with TSC's BPS paint and a Harbor Freight 14.99 paint gun.
  • 9N 2N 1939 Thru 1947 - Muffler Bracket And Clamp - Here is an original 9N and 2N Muffler bracket and clamp, it mounts to the tractor on the flange where the trans and rear housing join. This is where all 9N and 2N tractor mufflers were mounted when they left the factory. The tear drop looking bracket that mounts the muffler now days is an 8N muffler hanger.
  • 9N 2N 1939 Thru 1947 - Muffler, Shield And Bracket - Here is a shot of where the shield goes in relationship to the muffler. Thanks Jason Grooms
  • 9N 2N 1939 Thru 1947 - Oem Type Muffler - Here is an original style muffler for the 9N and 2N Ford Ferguson tractors. The inlet and outlet are not in line and it is much larger than the common 8N style muffler.
  • 9N And 2N 1939 Thru 1947 - Repo Muffler Shield - Here is a real nice repo of the original style muffler shield.Thanks Jason Grooms
  • 1941 9N - Air Filter On My 9N - Here is the Air Cleaner on my 9n, but I need to replace it, can anyone give me an idea of what it really is?
  • 1941 Ford 9N (Approx Early Dec Srno 86404) - Here is my Ford 9N after I got the homemade jungle gym bucket off the front end. It now has the hood, fuel tank, batter and air cleaner off getting a good clean and a full tune up. Slowly restoring it back to a usable working tractor.
  • 1945 2N ? - Seat - I want to know about this seat.where it came from, is it original, can i get a new shock for it,e.t.c.
  • 41 Ford 9N (After)
  • 41 Ford 9N (Before)
  • 47 Ford 8N - Spark Plug Tool? - This combination wrench came out of the tool box of my '47 Ford 8N.
  • 1950 Ford 8N
  • 1949 Ford 8N - I bought this tractor it was painted blue and gray. The engine has been rebuilt and I painted it in 2003. I use this tractor for field mowing, bucket, and blade work. The loader is off in my shop for some crack repair at this time.
  • 1949 Ford 8N - I bought this tractor it was painted blue and gray. The engine has been rebuilt and I painted it in 2003. I use this tractor for field mowing, bucket, and blade work. The loader is off in my shop for some crack repair at this time.
  • 1952 8N - Extra Parts Found Under Clutch - Rebuilding Engine on my 1952 8N and found these under the clutch. What are they?
  • Ford 2N - another pic..
  • Ford 2N - another...
  • Ford 2N - hookers paint job..
  • Ford 2N - no. 4
  • Ford 2N - pic no. 3
  • Hookers Ford 2N #3 - pic#3
  • Hookers Ford 2N #4 - pic#4
  • Hookers Ford 2N #5 - pic#5
  • Hookers Ford 2N - pic#1
  • Hookers Ford 2N - pic#2
  • 1948 Ford 8N ? - Rebuilt&new paint.
  • 41 Tool Box For My 9N
  • 8N Year Unknown - Lift Cover Crack - This is a crack in my lift cover made by the Ram Arm extending too far causing an upward bend in the steel on the tractor and a half round crack in the Lift cover.
  • 8N Year Unknown - Lift Cover Mount Bent Steel - This is a Bend in my lift cover Mount (top of the Hydraulic pump area) caused by the Ram Arm extending too far causing an upward bend in the steel.
  • 8N Yr Unknown - Lift Cover& Linkages - Pic of My 8N Lift Cover after failure of Cam pin - Bent Linkages and a Half Round Crack in the Cover Next to the Draft Spring (back of lift cover)
  • 8N 1950 - Engine Going In
  • 2N - ?
  • 1939 9N Ford Ferguson - Aluminum Gas Door - Here is the original gas door from 9N #287, It has both steel clips still intact on the rear.Thanks,Jason Grooms
  • 1939 9N Ford Ferguson - Aluminum Hood - Here is a picture of my aluminum hood off # 287. I took it off to haul it home. It was a 1300 mile ride.It has the original gas door and part of the original grille. It also has both original badges, there is still blue paint on the Ferguson System one! Thanks, Jason Grooms
  • 1939 Ford 9N Aluminum Hood Tractor - Here is a picture of my 1939 Ford 9N # 287 Aluminum hood tractor. Just got it home last week (2-20-05). It was a 2600 mile round trip. It is fairly original and runs real good, trans and rear are very quiet.All I need is 2 smooth axles to make it right. Any body got any for sale??? Thanks, Jason Grooms
  • 1939 Ford 9N Left Side Preview - Here is a shot of my Ford 9N # 2624 it has a steel hood. I,m waiting on some warm weather to finish the sheet metal and rear rims. Thanks, Jason Grooms
  • 1939 Ford 9N Right Side Preview - Here is another shot of my Ford 9N # 2624. It has a steel hood. I'm waiting on some warm weather to finish the sheet metal and rear rims. Thanks, Jason Grooms
  • 1946 Ford 2N
  • 1946 Ford 2N
  • 1939 Ford 9N Aluminum Hood Tractor - Jason Grooms #287 Lightened Up
  • 1940 Ford 9N With Dearborn Snow Plow - Thought a picture of it plowing might be of interest.I plow over 5 miles of camp road every time. Taken 2-18-05
  • 8N Tractor - Rest O Ride Seat - Top View. Mark H.
  • 1946 2N - Final Assembly - Just about finished
  • A Ford 9N Scraper Conversion - wish I had this little jewel!
  • Ford 9N Scraper- Another View - a clearer view of it at a show- sweet!
  • Ford 9N Scraper - a pond diggin' dream machine
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Here is a lighter version of the picture that was posted earlier by Dave K from TX
  • 41 9N - Reconditioned Pre-Air Filter - here is the first piece of the tractor that was stripped and primed and painted. Just used a shaker can of rustoleum. The jar support and spring are on their way.
  • 41 9N Hydro Hatch - Hydro Access Hatch With A Rub Goldberg 2ND Hydro Valve - it appears that a modification was made to the hydrolic pump for a second set of hydrolics. The lever at the top controlled pto or this valve. It was used for a scoop on my 9n which was removed.
  • 41 9N Toolbox After Cleaning Image
  • 41 9N Toolbox Before Image - here is my toolbox before I started the restore.
  • 1950 8N - 8N Red Paint - Here's all the red parts being painted
  • 1950 8N - Red Parts - Second picture of 8N red parts being painted
  • 1950 8N - Tractor In Primer
  • 46-9N Funk Flat-Head 6 Cyl - Intake & Exaust Manifold - THIS IS OFF MY 2-N THAT I PICKED UP AND NOW I'M REBUILDING.FUNK CONVERSION FLAT-HEAD 6 CYL.I'M LOOKING FOR A NEWER ONE , THIS I'M AFRAID IS TO FAR GONE. ANYONE KNOW WHERE I CAN GET ONE?
  • 8N Ford 1952 - My father Jaime, in the harvest of chilean apples for exportation. Tinguiririca Chile february 2005 f; 56-72-712227
  • 8N Ford 1952 - my sister in the country family house . february 2005
  • 1952 Ford 8N W / Ford 3000 Loader - I purhased this tractor in 1994 from my father-in-law and had the engine rebuilt by my Dad in 1995. Now has 1200+ hrs since rebuild and with the 3000 loader is worked nearly every day around the 'ranch' for snowplowing, landscaping, yard & field work. Excellent starting @ temps hitting below minus 40F. Runs @ oil pressures 20-40pds.
  • 41 9N - 6 Volt Generator
  • 41 9N - 6 Volt Generator
  • 47 Ford 8N - This is a tool that came w/ another part I bought at auction. It has 'OXWELD' stamped in the handle.
  • 1950 8N - Brakes - Getting the brakes on before final coat of paint.
  • 1950 8N - Dash - Color sanded before final coat of paint
  • 1950 8N - Iron Right Front - Here is the running gear before the final coat of paint
  • 49 Ford 8N - Graveyard Ford 8N
  • 8N & Others - More Grave Yard
  • 8N - Final Graveyard Shot
  • 1944 2N Ford - Head Gasket #2 - Side 2
  • 1944 2N Ford - Head Gasket - Side 1
  • 1948 *8N24342* - Restored from ground up and won a blue ribbon in town parade. Grandson drove our Ford 8N in the parade. Note the very early serial number. (reads backwards the same)
  • 41 9N - Electrolysis Bath - this was my toolbox getting its bath
  • 41 9N - Exhaust
  • 41 9N - TPP;Box When I Received It
  • 41 9N - Tool Box After Restoration
  • 41 9N - Tool Box After Restoration
  • 41 9N - Toolbox After Cleaning
  • 1946 Ford 2N - Crack In Block - Almost 12' long crack in the water jacket. Note the antifreeze staining of the block from leak. Any suggestions for repair?
  • 1941 Ford 9N - First Time out after a total rebuild
  • 1950 Ford 8N - First day on the job and it calls in sick. Was gonna skid some logs. Carburetor was pouring gas out of the bottom, stuck a bucket underneath to catch it all. Probably gonna need a rebuild on the carb.
  • 1944 Ford 2N - Acquired Oct 2004 and been workin' the dog sh*t out of it since ...lotsa snow in British Columbia interior Dec. and Jan. I know it's got the wrong paint
  • 1946 Ford 2N - This is one of 2 that I recently acquired.
  • 1946 Ford 2N - This one is in a little better shape as far as I can see. Haven't got the new front tires on yet.
  • 1950 8N Ford - Grill
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Engine Right Side
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Fenders
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Hitch
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Hood
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Running Gear Paint
  • 9N126830 1944 Ford 2N
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Steering Box Filler
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Bought from the original owners family. This photo is after a 15 month restoration process.
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Restored from the ground up in 15 months.
  • 50 8N - Steering Box Fill Plug - The first oil filler plug on the new steering gearbox was an 1/8 pipe plug located behind the instrument support bracket on the upper Left-hand side of the steering gearbox.
  • 8N?? - Serial Number
  • Ford 2N 1945
  • Ford 8N 1948
  • 1945 2N - Close Up Of Valve Chamber On A 2N Engine
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Engine, Trans, Rear End. - Engine is now assembled and attached. Transmission and Sherman (new shifter mechanism installed, replaced cable)have been checked and ok. Rear end, hydraulic checked ok. Steering box being rebuilt. Will attach front axles, roll out and cleanup and prime rest of running gear.
  • Ol Purple 52 Ford 8N Cherriot Picker - Made this to add some extra weight for plowing (in close) Tires are loaded as well.
  • Ol Purple 52 Ford 8N Snow Plow - Belongs to the wife. (her grandpa's) I add'd the plow and lift.
  • 1952 Ford 8N-B1 - She's gettin better everyday.
  • 46-9N Funk Flat-Head 6 Cyl - Starting To Put Back Togather - Well i got the moter rebuilt and the pump rebult and the new pto shaft in and lift cover rebuilt.Waiting for zanes thang.Going to blast her down and get ready for some very prime.
  • 46-9N Funk Flat-Head 6 Cyl - The Rebuilt Moter - I had a local engine shop rebuild the moter for me. i dont have a lot of time or i would have done it myself.But they did a nice job for what they had to work with,it was in pritty rough shape.
  • 46-9N Funk Flat-Head 6 Cyl - Tractor At Start Of Overhaul - this N was my uncle ray's. i didnt know a thing about it until i started digging in.now i'm hooked.this is what it looked like when i got it
  • 50 8N #276497 - Before - Before
  • 50 8N #8N276497 - After - After
  • 1946 2N - This Wheel Has Been Butchered To Fit A Larger Bolt Pattern.
  • 1946 2N - Wheel 1 - what are these wheels? 6.00x16
  • 46 Ford 2N 52 Ford 8N - The Fleet
  • 1952 8N - This is my Dad and Me in '73. It may not be a real old picture, but it was the 'good ol days' for me. Dad always let me ride with him and I learned so much. Some of my favorite memories are on Dad's lap on a 8n. My Dad is gone now and I am riding my son on a tractor making some new memories.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - This Tractor belonged to my Grandpa Melvin. He used it for many years on his Dairy farm. Now it is used in our garden and and grading our driveway. Soon it will be completly restored.
  • 52 8N - Clutch Adjuster - Here is what how the clutch looks now.
  • 1952 8N - 9N/2N Precleaner
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Orc Cover W/Cap
  • 1948 8N - I was just going to 'rinse' off the tires in some shallow water and then park it in the shed. The ground was a bit softer than anticipated.
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Just finished restoring my grandfather's 1949 Ford 8N.
  • 8N Ford - Heres what can happen when you get stupid on an 8N, the guy tried to brush hog along a hill side and slide in to the tree. He go lucky there was a tree there or it whould have rolled over on him, as it was he ended up with a very badly hurt knee. Took 2 people about 3 or 4 hours to get it out of the tree and back on level ground.
  • 8N Up A Tree 2 - another look of some one being stupid on an 8N
  • 8N Up A Tree 3 - heres another look at the 8N please be careful when you on a tractor they don't care if you make a mistake
  • 8N Up A Tree 4 - heres another look at it
  • 1950 Ford 8N
  • 1949 8N - Rear Wheel C/W Lug Nuts - Original colors
  • 1949 8N - Rear Wheel Rim-Zinc Plated - This is original.
  • 194? Ford 9N - I just pulled this out of a barn it has been setting in for who knows how long. It was sunk in the dirt floor. The belly had just enough room to slide your hand under it. Engine is free and it needs a carb and radiator. Even got the blade with it.
  • 1951 Ford 8N - Original Lighting Kit- Tract-O-Lite & C.M. Hall Lamp Co. - This is an original lighting kit off of a 1951 8N tractor my friend had. He did not want the lights when he bought the tractor so I bought them from him and restored them. The kit includes th eoriginal Tract-O-Lite headlights; the DUOLAMP-B tail light; and the M Hall worklamp. ALso has the license plate bracket and the left and right fender brackets. I used Dennis Carpenter new repro parts like hardware; wiring, and switches to complete the job.
  • 1950(?) 8N Funk Flathead 6 - Air Filter & Intake
  • 45 2N Funk Conversion - Tractor In Primer - i have it sand blasted and in primer with the moter installed
  • 52 Ford 8N - Wiring diagram
  • 51 8N Ind. W/ A Magneto Side MNT. On A 9N - Magneto
  • 51 8N Ind. W/ A Magneto Side MNT. On A 9N - Magneto - heres a nother shot for the souNdguy
  • 1945 Ford 2N - My very first tractor
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Still 'out there' working!
  • 47 Ford 8N - Progress pic 4/17/05-finally had a chance to spray her this weekend. Still prepping sheet metal.
  • 1946 2N - Control And Relief Valves - The spring seems to be missing from the control valve, and the relief valve seems different from the other tractor.
  • 1940 Ford 9N - MY Ford 9N WORK TRACTOR
  • 1941 Ford 9N Crashed - This picture shows my Ford 9N, with the front tires still off the ground. My 14 year old son WAS between the bumper and bottom of the legless poker table, luckily only pinned by his hand.
  • 52 Ford 8N - 360 View
  • 52 Ford 8N - More Pics
  • 2N - Steering And Starter Interlock Parts - starter interlock
  • 2N - Steering And Starter Interlock Parts - starter interlock
  • 1848 Ford 8N - New Toy
  • 1945 Ford 2N #1 - Just a workin piece..
  • 1945 Ford 2N #2
  • 1945 Ford 2N #3
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Got some work to do, but I love it.
  • 9N Grill - 9N Grill On A 2N
  • 1945 2N - Left Handed Brake Lever - OEM for the 45 2 N ?
  • 1952 8N - Engine
  • 19?? Ford 8N
  • 8N Front Dist - Brought home on day of purchase
  • 8N Front Dist - tractor at camp
  • 1942 Ford 2N - Sweet Little Tractor
  • Ford 50 Ford 8N - Puting lime on the old fashion way, by hand...wife coming back for another load.
  • 1947 2N Ford Tractor - Tractor has high and low gear. It is completely restored right to the steering box.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Henrietta after a good workout.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Here's 'Henrietta' parked in front of the old barn at the family farm after bushogging about 10 acres. Still running strong. GA Jim
  • Ford 8N 52 And Golden Jubilee - MY BURRITOS / In Chile this tractor names ' BURRITOS ' ( burritos = ass) gray color
  • Ford 8N 52 And Golden Jubilee - my family in the Burritos.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Spreading 4 ton of lime by hand
  • 51 Ford 8N - hydraulic sludge
  • Ford 8N Serial Id# Help - I am trying to identify the actual year of my 8N tractor. The serial number on the left side of the engine block.It seems that there are additional numbers after the ser# that are pretty faint what do they represent??
  • 2N At Goldsboro NC Show - This was my little 'display' at the Goldsboro NC show, April 30 2005
  • 1950 (?) Ford 8N With Walker F/E Loader & Sherman Power Digger Backhoe - I've had this old Ford 8N for 15 years. Engine was rebuilt and they didn't transfer the VIN. I'd never seen one with the treads completely worn off the clutch & brake pedals before (sign of a lot of use!). I move a lot of dirt with it, & dig culverts & drainage trenches around our tree farm. We've even used the F/E loader as a cherry picker! Converted it back to 6 volts - had issues with the 12v conversion previous owner did; rebuilt the starter, but that's about it, besides normal maintenance, and it has been reliable ever since. I hate the color, and want to put it back to red-belly someday.
  • 1950 (?) Ford 8N - Old yeller is working on an addition to the equipment shed to make herself a new home. She gave up her old room (in that open garage door) to a 1946 Cletrac AG6.
  • 8N - The question in helping me identify my tractor is at the top left of the hood is the air carb intake that has a stack out of the hood of my tractor for the carb air. In many of the pictures I have seen of theses old 8n's they do not have this visable,Does any one have an idea why this may be different? Perhaps my tractor has been a Frankenstein Project throught the years???
  • 1949 Ford 8N - just finished the major repaint this weekend, decals and all. Won't be able to do the wheels for a while yet though....
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Aluminum Hood Emblem - This is an original Ford Emblem off an aluminum hood I found, are all the emblems aluminum like this or only the early ones?
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Original Aluminum Hood - Are all the aluminum hood brittle? Can you repair them very successfully? Not a bad hood, it needs a little work, but not bad considering.
  • 1939 Ford 9N
  • 1946 Ford 2N - Worked hard all it's life and spent the last 10 standing idle in a farm field. After a year of reconditioning, this Ford 2N is ready to come out of retirement.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - just brought her home today, i think i have the old tractor fever
  • 45 2N - Runnin Board - Home Made Runnin Boards
  • 47 Ford 8N - Front Engine Cover - Trying to show the mounting location of the generator brackets.
  • 1944 Ford 2N - Choke Plate And Return Spring
  • 1946 Ford 2N With Backhoe And Loader
  • 47 Ford 8N - M-01A-17017 Wrenches - Two Ford script wrenches w/ same model number, but one has 6-point, the other 12-point box end.
  • Ford 631 And Ford 8N - Made it to the woods this weekend, got the big one running, we just left the Ford 8N where it sat, wouldn't start. Pulled that probably a quarter mile around the place, still a no-go. Replaced one battery connection on Grandpa's machine, which I'm on, and got the whole place mowed.
  • 47 Ford 8N - Progress photo 4/17/05; just painted, still prepping sheet metal.
  • 8N 50 - Blown Hyro gasket on pump
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Just finish up my baby.
  • 1944 Ford 2N - OKLAHOMA STATE COWBOYS RULE !!!!
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Restored and used for food plots and brush hogging
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Pto Clutch Hub (Close Up) - Close up of the PTO clutch hub showing the sheered off splines.
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Pto Support Assembly - Support Assembly (& bolts), Clutch Hub, Shims, and the pieces of the sheered splines from the clutch hub. Previous installation DID NOT install the bolt and washers that hold the clutch hub to the lower transmission shaft. This is what happens.
  • 1951 Ford 8N - not the greatest picture, this tractor needs a little tlc but runs great. I have had it and worked it for almost 2 yrs .starting to get it prettier now.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - 8n motor
  • 1950 Ford 8N - almost done except for sheet metal
  • 1950 Ford 8N - rear view in garage
  • 1951 Ford 8N - Internal Hydraulic Control Valve/Diverter - This valve/diverter allows for remote hydraulics.
  • 1945 2N - 2N Front Wheel - 6x16 front wheel - Not original.
  • 1943 Ford 9N - Timex and the ever ready bunny has nothing on this tractor!
  • 1948 Ford 8N - This is the before picture.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Went to repair the hydraulics and 13 hours later it was repaired, cleaned and painted.
  • 1948 Ford 8N Being Painted
  • 1948 Ford 8N Completed
  • 1944 Ford 2N
  • 1947 Ford 8N - The First Original 8N Master Parts Catalogue - This is the front cover of the first, original 8N Master Parts Catalogue first issued in July 1947 with the introduction and coincidence of the first '48 8N's.
  • 1951 Ford 8N
  • Ford 8N Cupholder - I got tired of trying to balance my water bottle on the tranny
  • 1943 Ford 9N
  • 1949 8N Funk 6 - Funk Governor & Mounting Fixtures - Bought a governor recently for my Funk 6. When I got it taken apart to inspect / clean / etc... found an internal governor mechanism I was not expecting. I'm not sure if this is original for the Funk.
  • 1949 8N Funk 6 - Funk Governor Internal Mechanism - This is a closeup of the internal mechanism that I found inside my governor. This is not what I was expecting to see when I opened it up. This does not appear to be a standard issue 8N governor mechanism.
  • 1951 Ford 8N - I am in the process of restoring the sheet metal & red parts, and hopefully the Wagner loader frame as well.
  • 1951 Ford 8N - rear fender script
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Fan Blade Close Up - Left side engine detail showing 6 bladed puller fan and shroud
  • 1948 8N - Hood Repair
  • 8N & 961 - Brothers
  • 1943 Ford 9N - It just keeps going and going and going----
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Breaking The Hub Loose - This was a very difficult hub and required lots of hear and banging.
  • 2N - Air Cleaner - By Mark H
  • 2N - Another View - Listed by Mark H
  • 1949 8N And Steel Wheeled Wagon - This is my grandfather's '49 8N. My older brother is driving and a cousin on the fender. I and several brothers and cousins are in the wagon.I have the wagon, but my uncle sold the 8N in the 70s. It is somewhere around Omaha. I'd sure like to find it someday. It had a Sherman O/U in it.Brian S, NE '48 8N 60896
  • 2N Shift Lever Pin - 2N Shift Lever Pin - 2N Shift Lever Pin, how do you remove and replace it?
  • 1952 8N - Holes Near Oil Plug - There are several holes near oil plug. Mose are plugged, but one is not and is leaking oil.
  • 1949 8N - Manifold Mount
  • 1948 8N - My new shop is 800' off the road so I figured I mite need somthing to plow snow with. I figured rite!
  • 1952 8N - Hole Near Oil Pan - Hole is leaking oil showing need for rear crankshaft gasket replacement.
  • 40S Ford 9Ns - work horse's, great tractors, i put 2 new clutches in,2 new exhausts,2 tuneup kits,all new filters,2 new carb kits,change all fluids.they run great.i have a bushhog,finish mower,posthole digger,scrape,and some parts for the tractors. Any suggestions regarding the value of both?
  • Ford 8N? - I just bought this tractor today and was told it was a 8N and the serial # is 8N 249149 but the wheels and other stuff look like a 9 or 2
  • Ford 8N? - I just bought this tractor today and was told it was a 8N and the serial # is 8N 249149 but the wheels and other stuff look like a 9 or 2
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Just restored, runs great.
  • 1950 Ford 8N
  • 1941 Ford 9N - Just a play toy for a retired and busted down cowboy/auctioneer.
  • 1944 Ford 2N
  • 1944 Ford 2N - Rust Under Fender Brackets - Looked pretty good with a coat of paint but under the brackets, serious rust was at work.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - My Grandfather bought it new in 1948. My dad bought it about about 1957 and I bought it from my mother about 1996. Just finished cleaning it up a bit, LOL. Lots of work and lots of money.
  • 1948 Frord Ford 8N - 8N's new 'shed'
  • Block And Head From Post 50 8N - Block And Head From Post 50 8N - block and head from post 50 8n
  • 1946 2N - Sketch - Problem Removing Input Shaft Seal
  • 9N - Pto Cover - Acquired this recently, believe it's a pto cover for 9N.
  • 52 Ford 8N - Just your everyday average Ford 8N.
  • 1947 Ford 2N - this tractor is FOR SALE.has been complety rebuilt last wenter.has about 5 hrs on rebuild.everything in motor new.12 volt padded seat, radiator,wiring,guages ect.tires arnt the best but holding air and will last a while.has 5 foot razorback bush hog.................3500.00.email me at cwcbodyshop@yahoo.com.tractor is readt to work
  • 48 Ford 8N - Another progress pic.
  • 48 Ford 8N - Progress photo of the Ford 8N.
  • 51 Ford 8N - Putting my Ford 8N to work hauling hay!
  • Ford 8N - 'Before'...While the sheet metal is repaired, this tractor still has chores. A old set of bed rails came in handy. Hopefully by the end of summer I'll have an 'after' photo.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Here are the pictures I told Drmeatman and jiminosytercreek I would post. My 1950 Ford 8N hood has the Ford script ebossed front and rear of the hood. I'm told this is very rare
  • 8N - Part Found Between Engine And Clutch Housing - I found this piece between the flywheel and clutch housing. Does anyone know what it is?
  • 51 Ford 8N & 30S John Deere - John Deere down and a little old 8n had to tow it back to the front. This was after much grief about my little red belly tractor and how a real tractor is green. Well we see who is pulling who. All in all they took it pretty well.
  • Ford 8N1952 - My Burrito in tinguiririca .
  • 1949 Ford 8N
  • 1949 Ford 8N
  • 1949 Ford 8N
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Loose Front Wheel - Front wheel is loose
  • 51 Ford 8N - THIS IS 'MY' 51 FORD Ford 8N ' WORKING ' AND SOON TO BE RESTORED!!
  • 1951 Ford 8N - 1951 Ford 8N 12V Conversion pictured with a SEA OF GREEN. Before you say too much about the Gray Paint “Betsy” is a US Navy Korean War era veteran. Purchased at auction when they closed down USN Support Center Point Towsend Columbia River, Oregon. Remember Friends Don’t Let Friends Drive Green Tractors.
  • 1951 Ford 8N - 1951 Ford 8N 12V Conversion pictured with a home made ¼ scale hay wagon, for the Grandkids to ride in during the parade. Before you say too much about the Gray Paint “Betsy” is a US Navy Korean War era veteran. Purchased at auction when they closed down USN Support Center Point Towsend Columbia River, Oregon.
  • 8N Ford Beer - One Of Mans Best Friends - They have finally combined my two favorite pastimes in life.
  • 1946 Ford 2N - My grandpa's twin brother bought this tractor in the early 1950's and just used it for raking a bit of hay and riding around on. He passed away at age 94 last summer and I was very lucky to be able to purchase it from my cousin last week. It will be fully restored over the next year.
  • 2N 1939 Ser Ford 9N9532 - For Sell
  • 1949 Ford 8N With Ford/Wagner Loader
  • 1951 Ford 8N Before
  • 8N Belt Pulley Bearings And Seals
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Parked last year and has started to become parts for 2 newer N's.
  • 1951 Ford 8N - Bought in 2004 and now running in 05. Rewired, new plugs, fluid change and now just in need of a little carb adjustment. Hydraulics a bit flakey. Running just about every day.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Bought in 04, now running as a primary source of power in 05. We fine tuned this one and worked out the bugs, even has working headlights and rear light. This is one brushhogging machine!!
  • 1942 Ford 9N - I saw this from I-15 in Southern Montana. I got off and tried to find the owner. He was not to be found so I took this pic and left. The tank in the trailer carries water. There is a hose running from the tank to a watering tub under the back of the trailer. There were horses in other parts of the field. Serial number is Ford 9N93949.
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Terminal Block And Rear Of Dash - This shows the back side of the dash on a 2N tractor. Note the position of the terminal block and the routing of the wiring harness between the dash support and the battery tray.
  • 51 Ford 8N - Keeping the grass down with my Ford 8N!
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Restoration almost completed. Lack air cleaner jar and adding Ford scripts.
  • Ford 8N - Seat Bracket - I was wondering who built these seat brackets. thanks
  • 1946 Ford 2N - Got this yesterday, all restored, love it.Anybody know where I can purchase the foot rests for this tractor? Thanks ahead of time.
  • 1951 Ford 8N
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Just finised my early 39 Ford 9N and went to the GeorgeTown Ohio show this weekend.Thanks, Jason Grooms
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Just finished my early 39 Ford 9N and went to the GeorgeTown Ohio show this weekend. Thanks, Jason Grooms
  • 1945 Ford 2N - GeorgeTown Ohio show 2005. Thanks Jason Grooms
  • 1945 Ford 2N - GeorgeTown Ohio show 2005. Thanks, Jason Grooms
  • Early 1940 Ford 9N
  • 1942 Ford 9N - Mut - Take note of the serial number from the engine and the rear wheels (they don't match). Also, the transmission is from a different tractor than the engine. I don't know the whole story. My grandfather purchased this tractor, probably in Bowling Green, OH in about 1975. To the best of my knowledge (and my father's) the two-bottom plow was never used on this tractor. Larger Picture - http;//www.users.fast.net/loomis/1942_9N Mix.jpg Comments? email - psumet1997@hotmail.com . Member; http;//www.oldtimeplowboys.com
  • 1950 8N - Rear Axle
  • 1950 8N - Retainer? - Goes on rear axle
  • 1950 8N - Right Axle
  • Ford 8N - roadster
  • 1949 Ford 8N
  • 1949 Ford 8N - I think I'm going to call it done. Got the lights on now and everything working fine.
  • 8N - Rear Wheel Weight
  • 1948 Ford 8N - SN# Ford 8N111202. Built in early 48. Purchased in 1990 for 1200. Untill Nov. 2004 was used daily on our horse farm. It's now retired and is undergoing a complete restoration/rebuild.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - SN# Ford 8N111202. Built in early 48. Purchased in 1990 for 1200. Untill Nov. 2004 was used daily on our horse farm. It's now retired and is undergoing a complete restoration/rebuild.
  • 1947 Ford 8N - A work in progress.........
  • 1950 Ford 8N
  • 1950 Ford 8N - THIS TRACTOR PLOWED AND PLANTED MANY ACRES OF SWEETCORN, THEN SAT IN THE BARN FOR 12 YEARS, THIS MARCH 2005, TOR INTO IT. THIS WAS MY FIRST RODOE.
  • Unknown Ford 9N - Tractor has been sitting on the roadside in Florence AL for about 4-5 years. Just an odd looking tractor.
  • 1951 Ford 8N With Sherman Up/Down - Before and After restoration done by my dad, Bud.
  • 1948 8N - Rear Axle Seal - Picture on the left shows the original seal 'A' that protrudes rearward from the seal retainer face and the replacement seal 'B' that is flush with the rear retainer face. Both protrude from the front side of the retainer. Picture on right shows the Axle housing. The arrow 'C' shows the recessed area where seal 'A' sets into.
  • 1948 8N - Rear Axle Seals - Oniginal on left, replacement on right.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Rear Axle Seal Recess - The arrow at 'C' points to the recessed area.
  • 1950 8N - Throttle Control
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Rear Axle Seal Wo/Retainer - This is the seal out of the retainer.
  • 1948 Ford 8N As Bought - Here is my trailer queen before the refirbishment.
  • 1950 8N - Throttle Control - This is fouling the engine casing.
  • 48 Ford 8N - 3 Brush Generator
  • 1948 Ford 8N
  • 1941 Ford 9N - Still has the original aluminum dash! Just got her home today. More to follow!
  • 1946 Ford 2N - Here is my Dad disking my potato patch on my old n. It is a four foot one-way tilling disk. Here we are breaking sod after plowing under part of an alfalfa field.
  • 1946 Ford 2N - This is my n getting ready to do some raking. It is a brand new little two wheel 3 pt. rake used for turning swaths. I couldn't find a used 3 wheel anywhere and I needed to rake hay...works well though.
  • Early 1950 Ford 8N Tractor - This tractor belonged to a lady at church. It hadn't been run for a while, but it seemed like a good tractor. She agreed to sell it to me, and I began restoring it immediately. I use it all the time on our dairy farm. I'm only 12 years old, and this is the first tractor I've ever owned.
  • 1952 Ford 8N -
  • 1946 Ford 2N Before - This is what my Ford 2N looked like when i started the restoration.
  • 1946 Ford-Ferguson Ford 2N - me on my tractor during its first parade.I just finished its 5 year restoration. It has original aftermarket items like the foot rest, knoedler suspension seat, and ferguson grill screen. I also have the ferguson spring tiller, ferguson lifting boom, self-lifting jack, and ford spring harrows. It also has the original style single tread front tires. Im waiting for Dennis Carpenter to start making the repo rear tires. This is a third generation tractor.
  • 194? Ford 9N - Working hard most of the time, currently in the workshop restoring to original, has bucket fitted don't know when.
  • 1948 8N - Manifold Mount
  • 1948 8N - Manifold Mount
  • Post-MID50S Ford 8N - This is my new tractor sitting in the high school yard it sat in for 2 years before they auctioned it off. It does run (though they said it didn't) and now I'm going to get it down to the ranch and start working on it. The hydraulics are great, but the engine does have a problem or two. I'll post more pics as I get the front loader off and start fixing it up.
  • 9N Or Ford 2N - Just bought this beauty yesterday.I was told it was a Ford 2N but the transmission has a Ford 9N serial #. The motor is for sure out of a '49 Ford 8N. Can anyone tell from this picture if it is indeed a Ford 2N or Ford 9N.
  • Ford 9N With Track Conversion - I ran across this interesting track conversion on a Ford 9N today in Pennsylvania that I thought I'd share.
  • 9N/2N Tractor - Precleaner
  • 1947 Ford 8N With Loader - This is our tractor when we first brought it home, original condition with loader for 2,950.00. Runs good, but ready for the shop ;)
  • 1952 8N - The Rear Ends Of My Drag Links - It shows the buggered up metal that was left behind when I removed the badly distorted rubber cover parts
  • 1951 Ford 8N Tractor Being Delivered To Wantagh Ny. - MY NEW Ford 8N S/N Ford 8N 361962 IS BEING DROPPED OFF BY THOMAS C. SUNDAY IN WANTAGH NY.ENCLOSED TRAILER AND EXCELLANT SERVICE.
  • 9N Ish - Wiring - Here it is...kinda a mess
  • 1952 Ford 8N - This is a 1952 Ford 8N with a 1950 engine.
  • 1942 9N Aux Trans - Here is a picture of a 1942 9N I just drug in. It has an Aux transmission that is NOT a Sherman. If anyone is know what this trany is let me know. The shifter is located on the right side of tractor, not the left like a Sherman. Thanks, Jason Grooms
  • 51 F O R D Ford 8N - AT HOME AT NIGHT.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - 1952 Ford 8N with Backhoe and Loader
  • 46 Ford 2N - working hard
  • 1949 Ford 8N
  • 8N with rops
  • 1946 Ford-Ferguson Ford 2N - My 1946 Ford2N
  • 1946 Ford-Ferguson Ford 2N - My 46 Ford2N with ferguson lifting boom
  • 1946 Ford-Ferguson Ford 2N - My 46 Ford2N
  • 19?? 9N Serial # - I'm thinking my 9N has an 8N motor, what do you guys think? Looks like there's a fairly definable star to the left as well.
  • 19?? 9N - Can you help with the serial #?
  • 19?? Ford 9N - Oldie but a Goldie as they say
  • 1948 Ford 8N
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Starter Motor And Solenoid
  • 1952 Ford 8N - This picture was taken just after I bought it. It's still sitting in the high school yard where it sat for 2 years (at least) in rain, snow, ice storms, hail, etc. It still runs, though rough, but the clutch is in bad shape.
  • Ford 9N Or Ford 2N - I found this in a shed so I brought it home not sure if its a Ford 2N or Ford 9N can you help ser. #9n187258 Thanks Ed
  • Modified 9N Rim?
  • 52 Ford 8N - Trying to post picture first time.
  • Ford 8N - Grill - This izz 8N82040E TISCO grill that I git from TISCO. It has round bars and a nice grill fer the money. It comes unpainted
  • 1946 Ford 2N - This tractor was purchased new on Long Island, NY and has worked farms from Long Island to the Adirondacks. It was restored from February to August 2005.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Notice this tractor has two raised scripts on left side of hood.
  • Ford 8N - Scripted Front Wheel - Found a rare scripted Ford front wheel today at the boneyard.
  • 1964 4000 1963 671 1947 Ford 8N - My three Fords. They all work on my horse farm in Pepperell, MA. 4000 gas has 4- speed and power steering. 671 has Selecto and power steering. The Ford 8N was my first tractor, then got the 4000 with great loader and sold off the Ford 8N's trip bucket loader. But the 671 (my newest) will do everything the Ford 8N will do and more, so I will be selling the Ford 8N.
  • 194? Ford 8N - Just another angle of Old Red. This is my first tractor, and I can see now why so many people collect them...This one set me back 1650.00 with a bush hog, boom pole lift, carry all, new overiding clutch and shaft for the Bush hog. I love it already and I can't even use the hitch since it wont hold pressure. I can't wait till I have some time to get in there and fix those hydraulics!
  • 52 8N - Farmerized Alternator Adjustment Bracket - Now why did I not think if this just drill a hole thru the dog leg and add a eye bolt fer the top adjust'in bracket.
  • 52 Ford 8N - Just gott'it, it has sum issues but will make a good fix'er upper
  • 94? Ford 8N - Just got it Sunday...She runs and goes good...Hydraulic hitch doesn't hold implement up, but I hear/hope that it is a fairly easy fix.
  • 1941 Ford 9N - Learning to start and drive Dad's tractor. It may look like an Ford 8N, but Dad assures me it is a 1941 Ford 9N that has oversized tires, an engine heater, the red belly Ford 8N look, left brake and clutch pedals on the left, right brake on the right. Starts easier than our lawn mower and its new. Its a pull'n machine with a 3 speed trans. Dad bought it this way and says its going to be mine soon.
  • 1949? Ford 8N - My new Ford 8N picked it up for free it was left for the junk and I could not let that happen;)
  • 52 Ford 8N - Top Link - tard of the dang top ling hang'in were it would hit the over run'in clutch or hang'in down and have'ta readjust or take it off to git over the top of the implement top link I got a 3/16' S hook and drilled a hole in the tear drop locker gismo on the top link and hook'er up when not in use.
  • 1951 Ford 8N - Just underwent restoration, being deliverd to 'Stonewall Farm'.
  • 52 Ford 8N - Intake Seat - At the point of no return, Have tryed to run sum weld around it to lossen up the seat but have not got it loose yet. HOPE MACHINE SHOP KIN CUT IT OUT AND INSTALL A NEW SEAT BEFER i SCREW IT UP.
  • 1941 Ford 9N - Another view of newly completed restoration.
  • 1941 Ford 9N - One last picture of our first restoration.
  • 1941 Ford 9N - Restoration completed on 10/23/2005.
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Just finished restoring this one myself. It has a reman 1944 engine block and runs great. All vintage sheetmetal on it. Used it to plow last winter, and it strted right up on a 5 degree day!
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Just purchased 3 days ago. I'm very excited about this tractor.
  • 194? Ford 8N - Still looking for the year, but I was just wondering what is the little thing sticking off my manifold? The top will flip up and reveal a small pipe going down somewhere?
  • 195? Ford 8N - Just wondering what an old top link is worth. It is the original.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - I use this tractor with a scoop on the back to haul firewood to the house after cutting it. This tractor is a low hour tractor. 900 hours I really like this tractor. Still has 6 volt system. Starts at 20 below Zero.
  • 8N - Hydraulic Front Plow 2
  • 8N - Hydraulic Front Plow 3
  • 8N - Hydraulic Front Plow 4
  • 8N - Hydraulic Front Plow 5
  • 8N - Hydraulic Front Plow 6
  • 8N - Hydraulic Front Plow
  • Ford 8N - stabilizer bar setup for N series
  • 9N/2N Hyd Control - Control Linkage To Control Valve - Lower ends connect to the 'T' on the control valve on rear of the pump
  • Ford 9N - I do not know the year. cannot read serial numbers on engine. rear axle housing has Ford 9N-40something.
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Grandson loves the Ford 8N.
  • 1940 Ford 9N & Fergy T-20 - 9N & T-20 after a hard day plowing snow in the Upper Peninsula of MI. Ford 9N has a front mounted Dearborn snow plow.
  • 1941-9N 1948-8N 1954-NAA - Here is my set of N's. The Ford 9N is Wilma and sat in a pasture for 15+years, center is Mrs. Robinson, (the Older Other Woman), and my first, on the right is the NAA with I just completed. These Fords sure are addictive.
  • 1952 Ford 8N
  • 8N - Scripted Wheel - Here is the back side
  • Ford 8N - Scripted Wheel - Cleaned - Here is my original Ford scripted wheel after I wire wheeled the rust and old paint off it. I will coat it with phosphoric acid, sand, primer, then paint.
  • Ford 8N - Tool Box - fender mounted tool box fer a werkin tractor
  • 9N Year Unknown
  • Ford 8N - Tie Rod End Boot - This izz a boot I have found to fit the end of the drag link end at the steer'in gear on a 8N. The aftermarket one that only last a year iffin you are lucky. This boot fits like a glove, The rubber boot came off a drag link for a 78 ford f-150 the drag link # izz TRW brand DS-807. The parts book does not list it separate so look'in to were I could git'em separate. I know there are sum good detectives out their so iffin enny one knows were you could git these rubber covers let me know
  • 1950 8N - Rear Tire Getting Electroylsis - I plugged the axle hole and lug holes with a tupperware bowl. I filled the tire with water, put in washing soda, and hooked up the charger. As you can see the rust is coming off.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Original Taurus Taillight And License Plate Bracket - I added an original 1948 MICHIGAN FARM license plate I found at a barn auction to help identify my tractor, year of make, and state. Many states did not require tractors to have license plates, Michigan included, but some did. Michigan did require any other vehicle used on the farm and highway to be licensed such as a work truck. The license plate bracket came as an option with the TAURUS tailight-another rare original item to find these days. Around 1950 the taillights were made by DUOLAMP and also came with a plate bracket. TAURUS and DUOLAMP parts were not interchangeable. Dennis Carpenter makes an exact-as-original DUOLAMP and is working on a TAURUS taillight too. He also has the mounting brackets and license plate brackets too. Just8ns sells them also.
  • 19?? Ford 9N
  • Ford 8N - Wiring Conduit
  • 49 8N - Rear Wheel Weights - Not sure of the make. They weigh 350lbs total and were red when new. They also appear to be cast.
  • 1948? Ford 8N - Just found this cotter pin stuck in what I think is the oil pan...just in front of where the engine block meets teh tranny case...any ideas what it is doing there?
  • 1950 8N - Rear Wheel Rust Removal Part Ii - I decided to see how much rust on the outside of the rear wheel I could remove using electroylsis.
  • Ford 9N - Used monthly in the summer to mow five arces!
  • Ford 9N - Used monthly in the summer to mow five arces. Good Tractor!
  • 1 9 5 1 Ford 8N Tractor
  • 1948 8N Ford - Original Dearborn Vee-Bar - The correct set-up for the original Dearborn Vee-Bar hitch. Used for pull-type implements. A rare item to locate these days. It was a dealer installed option, used with the stay bars and 11-hole drawbar to hold firmly in place.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - My dad has owned this tractor for about ten years and we just love it. We use it to mow, move dirt, move snow, and odd jobs. It has been full restored and it runs like new.
  • 1948 8N Ford - Original Ford Tractor 11-Hole Drawbar P/N 9N5182 - The original equipment Ford Tractor 11-hole drawbar-part number 9N5182 will be cast on it and it may or may not have the FORD script logo.
  • Ford 8N - Scripted Wheel - Primered - Here is the wheel wire wheeled down to bare metal, sprayed with Phosphoric Acid to stop any rust in the pits, then primered with Krylon Rust Stop Primer. I will spray som Tisco Ford Medium Grey next.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Freshly blasted and painted
  • 52 Ford 8N Brakes Left Side - Brakes And Brake Tool - Tool used to werk on brakes
  • 52 8N - Drag Link Cover Install 2 - How I pressed the wear plat over the stud
  • 52 8N - Draglink Dust Cover Install - How I install the drag link cover will post on the 9N,2N,8N board on the set up
  • 52 Ford 8N - Drag Link Installed - drag link installed
  • Ford 8N 1950 #263214 - Wood skidding using an Ford 8N. This load gives 4.1 cubic yards (3.2 cubic meter) of wood. It represents the heaviest manageable load for this size of tractor using an all wheel drive trailer and ice traction chains. The weight of the trailer and its load is about 4 times the tractor's weight (2410 pounds). Very reliable machine.
  • 1940 Ford 9N Mid Michigan - This is my ford Ford 9N just before I took it to the oakley tractor show in mid michigan last year. The show is only about seven miles from my house. It pulled 205 percent on the cement weight sled. I know, I couldn't believe it either. The track must have been hooking pretty good. I use this thing all summer brush hogging and all winter plowing snow. I would be lost without it most of the time.
  • 8N - Owner unknown
  • Power Steering For 8N (Next Pic) - Steering Multiplier On 8N Ford - Some kind of steering gear setup that makes tractor steer easier. First one I ever saw. This is another photo
  • Power Steering For 8N - Steering Multiplier On 8N Ford - Some kind of steering gear setup that makes tractor steer easier. First one I ever saw.
  • Power Steering For 8N - Steering Multiplier On 8N Ford - Some kind of steering gear setup that makes tractor steer easier. First one I ever saw.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Have'nt posted in a while,Just snapped this pic and thougt I'd share. Thanks for looking...Dave.
  • 1948N - Here's another....
  • 50 Ford 8N - Coil MT - 9n head so had to make a coil mount
  • 50 Ford 8N - Oil Filter MT - 9n head modified to fit oil filter on a 52
  • 52 Ford 8N - Cracked Head - Cracked head
  • 1947-2N Ford #9N298794 - A working progress!!! Just re-built the engine, can't wait to see it painted. It also has a Sherman transmisson. Don't worry guys, I'm painting it right (GRAY)!!! Any restoring tips, email me at rickyt1@mchsi.com
  • 52 Ford 8N - New paint
  • 52 Ford 8N - new coat of paint
  • Ford 8N - Scripted Front Wheel - Before - Here they are before cleaning.
  • Ford 8N - Scripted Front Wheel - Finished Script - Close up of the script
  • Ford 8N - Scripted Front Wheel - Finished - Here is the completed Ford scripted front wheels cleaned to bare metal, coated with phosphoric acid, primered, and painted.
  • 52 Ford 8N - Bout their
  • Ford 8N - Monroe Ez-Ride Seat - Here is a Monroe optional seat for the N Series tractor I found at a local boneyard.
  • 1949 8N - Solenoid Mounting Position
  • 1950 8N - Hitch - just a pic of the hitch and pin
  • 1949 Ford 8N
  • 1949 Ford 8N
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Got her out today (12-23-05) and ran around the yard to keep it from getting stail.Thanks, Jason Grooms
  • 1952 Ford 8N - 1952 Ford 8N with over/under Sherman trans. Dual exhaust.
  • 2N/8N - A Ford 2N model with an Ford 8N engine.
  • Ford 8N - Completed Wire Conduit - Here is the finished conduit.
  • 8N Steering Shaft - Bearing - Photo by Willy N
  • 9N/2N - Steering Gears - Photos by Willy N
  • 9N/2N Steering Gear #3 - Parts - Photo by Willy N
  • 9N/2N Steering Gears #2 - Parts - Photo by Willy N
  • My Ford 8N Tractors
  • 1947 Ford 8N - the good old boy
  • Ford 8N 1950 #263214 - Low cost all wheel drive forwarder that really works fine using an Ford 8N in Quebec Canada.
  • 1941 Ford 9N In Progress - Motor before teardown for the machine shop.
  • 8N Stilt - Made in Nebraska
  • 1951 Ford 8N
  • 1951 Ford 8N
  • 1952 Ford 8N - 'Bout done 2
  • 52 Ford 8N - bout done
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Just restored this 1947 Ford 2N. I still need to put headlights and toolbox on. It was in pretty rough shape but I don't have a 'before' picture. I used a paint called Endura. It's tough to work with but I like the finish.
  • 47 Ford 2N - Bought this beauty last September. Just got a back blade and chains for it last weekend. Now it's time to play.
  • 47 Ford 2N - First time plowing snow with the Ford 2N
  • Ford 8N - Monroe Ez-Ride Seat - Finished - Here is the finished restored Monroe EZ-Ride seat for my 1948 8N tractor.
  • 1952 Ford 8N Fuel Line - Fuel Line - cut brake line 26 3/4' and double flare bend to fit by hand
  • 1947 Ford 2N - This was my dads tractor,I know this is not the correct color so maybe I will redo it in gray,what do you think?
  • 1947 Ford 2N - this is a old tractor my dad had i know this is not the correct color but i thought it might look good.one day I might redo it to the correct color,but what do you think.
  • 1950 Ford 8N
  • 1950 Ford 8N
  • 1952 Ford 8N - new pic after recent improvements. Will be hopefully painting the raised hood scripts (TWO on the LEFT side)plus one on the right, in the near future. Now need wiring diagram to hook up the headlights (12V)
  • 1952 Ford 8N - slightly different angle pic
  • Ford 8N - I recently purchase this 8N Ford along with a 2N Ford. This picture is of the seat on the 8N which has a tag of Allstate Tractor Seat. Does anyone have any information on this seat.
  • 1942 Ford 2N Before Photo - 300.00 tractor before restore.
  • 1942 Ford 2N - Purchased for 300.00 including scrape blade. 1,100.00 invested upon completion. Not a bad deal in my opinion.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - This tractor is just asking to be restored. It'll be my spring project. Alitle high purchase price (2,300) but I wanted it so what can I say..My Granddaughter seems happy with it.
  • 8N Ford - Oil Pressure Regulator Plunger - oil pressure regulator plunger2
  • 8N Ford - Oil Pressure Regulator Plunger - oil pressure regulator plunger3
  • 8N Ford - Oil Pressure Regulator Plunger - pic of oil pressure regulator
  • 1952 Ford 8N (Before) - Here's what it looked like before I started.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Well here it is! 99% finished. I would like to thank everyone in the chat rooms for your advice. Now I know what I was missing for all these years, runs great with a heck of a lot more power.
  • Plow For 8N Ford? - is the correct plow for a 49 8n?
  • 1940 Ford 9N
  • 1940 Ford 9N
  • 1941 Ford 9N - Further disassembly. The entire tranny was filled with water and rust, but the rear end is completely clean inside.
  • 1941 Ford 9N - Sherman Transmission Lever
  • 2N Ford 1946 - Got it summer of 2005 with brush hog. This tractor is in the process of being cleaned and painted. It has the howard gears that allow it to do some rototilling.
  • 1943 Ford 2N-Serial Ford 9NII7570 - Been redone.
  • 1944 Ford 2N - I know it should be painted gray, but in cold and dreary snow country, red adds some heat!
  • 1945 Ford 2N - 3 yr project update
  • 1945 Ford 2N - Lighter Version
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Just finished it last summer. Fresh motor, tires, wheels and paint!!
  • 1948 Ford 8N24242 - Restoration completed. Won a blue ribbon in our town parade for antique tractors. My 10 year old grandson drove the Ford 8N in the parade.
  • 1946 Ford 2N With Sherman Step-Up
  • 488N
  • 51 Ford 8N - Out with my Ford 8N clearing the firdt snow of the year, with the new rear blade, for the first time, after having the tractor since August 05/05.
  • 51FORD8N - Cable
  • 1939 9N - Starter Location
  • 41 9N - Wiring Conversion
  • 1948 Ford 8N - another pic of the Ford 8N
  • 1948 Ford 8N - found this one for 1500.00..runs good and I converted it to 12 V easily. Use it often on 15 acres of alfalfa.
  • 1951 Ford 8N - Cracked head, shows up much better then with the the naked eye, must be the camera flash.
  • 50 Ford 8N - Pto Hub - PTO bearing hub carrier with pieces of old seal removed. Composite seal was two felt seals an inner tension spring all sandwiched by steel washers and outer case. Trying to determine if the rusty innermost section of the hub is part of the original seal case and needs removed or if it remains as part of the hub.
  • 1949 8N - Rear Wheel C/W Lug Nuts - Original
  • 1949 8N- Front Wheels Burried - Oops! Ground was a bit softer than I thought.
  • 1940 Ford 2N Tractor - Bought Tractor to use for mowing field, didn't know later own I would restore it from groud up.I did not like the original colors so I decided to paint it like a Ford 8N. I used all automotive paint.
  • 1948 Ford 8N #24342 - Previously listed but serial# was one number off. Correct # is; 24342 It reads the same backwards (A palindrome)
  • 1949 Ford 8N - have plans 2 restore for school prodject but use evry day
  • 1946 Ford 2N - Just purchased this vintage 1946 Ford 2N with Bush Hog in the fall of 2005. Runs like a champ and cuts like a hog.
  • 8N Tractor - Drag Link Removel - How to remove the Drag Link. Mark H.
  • Ford 8N - Monroe Ez-Ride Seat - Here is the completed and restored Monroe EZ-Ride seat installed on my 48 8N.
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Owned by Dwight Emstrom, exhibited at Galesburg tractor show Feb. 2006
  • 1941 Ford 9N - Picture of the Fords at Maple City Antique Tractor Club show in Galesburg, IL Feb 2006.
  • 1947 Ford 2N - I think this a 47 Ford 2N but not really sure.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Rocker Arm Pin - Shot of the original long rocker arm pin
  • 8N Tractor - Drag Link Ends - Picture of Original Ends
  • 8N Tractor - Shifter Linkage - Side view of the linkage
  • 8N Tractor - Shifter Top View - This is the pin holding the shifter in.
  • 8N Tractor - Under Shifter Plate - This is the shifter for the transmission.
  • 48 To 52 Ford 8N - 48 To 52 8N Steerin Gear Box - This is a new steer'in gear for a 48 to 52 Ford 8N
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Didn't look like this a year ago....
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Looked like this a year ago....
  • 1939 9N Block Plugs - Block Plugs On An Originl. 1939 Block. - There are 2 block plugs on this 1939 9N7127. Same as my 9N2624.The other plug is behind the starter. Thanks, Jason Grooms
  • 1939 / 40 Ford 9N - When I built my “house in the county” I purchased this tractor to landscape the property. 18 years later I still have her and she has been a wonderful tractor. The tractor starts on the coldest below zero days and has moved a several loads of driveway gravel and ton of snow from the driveway over the years. I inherited a newer Farmall when my dad died, so I'll probably sell this Ford 9N and keep the newer Farmall with the more power, bells and whistles. The only problem is the right brake barely works. Maybe I’ll tear into it and try and figure out what the problem may be.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - this is an original one owner prior to me, the paint is all but gone, I think I will leave it like this I think it looks cool,,this is a working tractor as well, I use it in the woods, and have a buzzsaw that came with it that works great, have a good day.
  • 50-51 Ford 8N - Block number is JC-190??
  • Ford 8N - Pin Holder - Implement pin holder for lift arms used a 1/2' EMT pipe clamp
  • New 8N Ford At Pataskala Centenial 1951 - This was taken in front of the town hall on Main St. during the 100th aniversery of the founding of Pataskala in 1951. Levi Streets, the Mayor is on the seat and Nelson Palmer owner of Palmer Tractor Sales Etna Ohio is standing behind the tractor. Levi was my wife's grandfather and my Dad worked for Nelson at the time.
  • 8N Ford - Main Jet Design - Is this design on the Main Jet screw the Marvel Schebler logo?
  • Ford 8N - Marvel Schebler TSX 33 - Rebuilt TSX 33 Marvel Schebler Carb
  • 1951 Ford 8N
  • 51 Ford 8N - Finally Home
  • 51 Ford 8N - The 51 FORD Ford 8N is in driveway with our 37 Dodge Brothers 4dr sedan, and the Tractor is attached to my 46 Spen Utility trailer.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - This is what it looked like when I got it.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Completed
  • 1952 Ford 8N - In Restoration
  • 1948 8N Ford - Original Dearborn Grease Gun & Bracket - The Dearborn Accessory Grease Gun and Bracket for the 8N could be mounted on the left fender as shown or, more practically, on the right rear fender usung existing bolt holes. I say right rear because I constantly bump mine getting on and off the tractor and by placing it on the right rear fender, it is out of the way, near the adjustable lift arm and implement where it is used the most. Someday I will move mine.
  • 1952 8N Funk Conversion - Cyclone Aircleaner - Here's pics of my pre aircleaner for my 8n Funk . Notice the little 8n inside .
  • 1952 8N Funk Conversion Restoration - My Restored Light Setup For The Rear - All pieces of this rear light setup has been completely cleaned to bare metal & repainted . Ready to be installed .
  • 51 Ford 8N - Attachment to axle trumpet
  • 51 Ford 8N - Wagner loader attachment
  • 51 Ford 8N - Wagner loader
  • 52 8N - Strange Passanger - strange passanger.. hitch-hiker
  • 1941 Ford 9N - Won this Ford 9N for 5 dollars in a raffel on 9/24/2000
  • 8N Ford - Sweet running little tractor
  • 1946 Ford 2N - I bought this tractor in nice shape,bought new tires and a few parts. This tractor is alot of fun.
  • 1952 8N Ford - I bought this tractor in 1953 for 600. Was used on my farm until 1974 when I sold the farm. My wife did not want the tractor sold at that time. Remained in storage (but running) until last year (2005) when I completely restored it to original condition in her memory.
  • 1951 Ford 8N - Bought in Sept 05, fixed mechanical parts, runs great. SN Ford 8N364445. Atttached is 1958 John Deere rotary cutter.
  • - 8N Badge
  • - Re; 8N , Badges
  • 1946 Ford 2N With Plow - i like the tractor but i wanna take off the plow because it is geared to high.. i have a shermen trans but it doesent do me any good cause it is a step up.. i wanna find a step down and switch them..( anybody for a trade)..
  • 1948 Ford 8N With Original Bumper - Here is my restored original bumper on my 48 Ford 8N.
  • 8N Badge - 8N Badge
  • 1946 For Ford 2N With Sherman Step Up Tranny - Dad's fave
  • 1950 8N - THis is from a Davis Loader model 101 though tthe parts book is from a model 99. AQNy help on the mounting and the stabilizer plates (21) and how they mount or a picture would be grand. I think I can machine a pump coupler set up picture # 2 cenet blow up. DOes the hand crank pulley just unbolt?
  • 8N - Distributor Timing Marks - Photo of proposed correct timing configuration for side mount 8N engine. Rotor points to right front head bolt when #1 cylinder at TDC.
  • 9N - Inspection Plate
  • 1946 Ford 2N - I just got this tractor restored today. I drove it around the block for the first time.
  • 1950 Ford 8N *8N328144* - This is my first Ford 8N. Just starting the restoration(March 2006) it will probably take a year or so. Will put more pictures on here showing progress.
  • 48 Ford 8N - restored paint in winter of 2004,05
  • Dearborn Rear Mount Loader...Ford 9N - I had never seen one of these, till my father found this one. Lifts to a height of 6 feet.
  • Ford 8N - This is My Little Ford 8N I'm not sure of the year I can't see the SN# Good enough to tell what it is. But this Tractor Runs Like a New One I've Had it a Couple of years and I use it all the time. (((A REAL WORKHORSE))).
  • 1949 Ford 8N - New to me two
  • 1949 Ford 8N - New to me
  • 2N - First Tractor - Day 1
  • L948 Ford 8N - Restored By Bunk Brown Lynn, Al 205 893 5283
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Side Mount Distributer - Position of #1 Spark plug
  • 46 Ford 2N 49 Ford 8N 600-640 - Here is my girls.
  • 1949 8N - Odd hood for 8N
  • Ford 8N 1951#362467 - This is the main parts included in a Ford 8N hydraulic lifting system in an exploded view for your convenience and curiosity.
  • 1944 Ford 2N - my grandpa Ford 2N
  • 1944 Ford 2N - The family bought this tractor new in 1944. It worked a many an acre of tobacco here in N.C. in it's time.
  • 50 8N - Dash
  • 2N Ford 1946 After - Previous picture was just primered, not it's clean and has been painted, rattle canned on March 2006.
  • 8N - Drove all the way home. Worth every penny.
  • 1944 Ford 2N - After Restoration
  • 1944 Ford 2N - After restoration
  • 1944 Ford 2N - After restoration
  • 1944 Ford 2N - Before Restoration
  • 1944 Ford 2N - This tractor is used regularly grading my driveway, bushhogging, and other chores around the place.
  • Ford 2N Year Unknow - This is my older brother plowing snow in New Brunswick canada in the late 60's. Anyone know the year.
  • Ford 2N Year Unknown - This is a picture of my father an brother'I am on the mower about 1970.ANy one know the year' I am still looking for it .
  • 8N Draw Bar - 8N Draw Bar
  • 8N - Serial Number JC-190?
  • FORD2N Tractor - I started this project when I was young and now I am finally finished it, It is completely restored from groud up, and I decided to paint it the same color of my toy tractor that I had which was an Ford 8N.
  • 1943 Ford 2N - This is my current project, 1943 Ford 2N. I will be restoring this this spring/summer. Will send finished photos in the future.
  • 1940(?) Ford 9N - I bought this Ford 9N today on eBay for 1230.00. I has spent many years cutting the grass for the City of Reardan, WA with the attached sickle bar mower. OSHA made them take it out of service because of numerous 'safety violations.' The city maintenance crew just replaced the 6volt battery, plugs, wires, fluids, and rebuilt the carb... not a bad deal I think. Soon to be at work on the family farm.
  • 42 Ford 9N
  • 8N Ford - My new tractor. My boyfriend has named it Frankentractor..... I think it is adorable!
  • Ford 8N 1951 #362467 - Axle And Brake Exploded View - This is the main parts included in a 8N rear brake assembly in an exploded view for your curiosity.
  • Ford 8NAN 1951 # Ford 8NAN328194 - Here is a couple of pictures of a kerosen powered Ford 8N. It has the Ford 8NAN328194 serial number. It is located in Belgium Europe. Engine right side (note the manifold).
  • Ford 8NAN 1951 #8NAN328194 - Here is a couple of picture of a kerosen powered Ford 8N. It has the Ford 8NAN328194 serial number. It is located in Belgium Europe.
  • Ford 8NAN 1951 #8NAN328194 - Here is a couple of pictures of a kerosen powered Ford 8N. It has the Ford 8NAN328194 serial number. It is located in Belgium Europe. Here the engine left side.
  • 1947 Ford 9N - Finally finished, new paint and fresh engine, new tires
  • 194? Ford 2N - This is the back end of the Ford 2N ford I have been working on /talking about. I think I'll call it smokey
  • Ford 8N - A view of the dash and part of the hydraulics for the loader on my new baby!
  • 1940 Ford 9N - This tractor is used regulary on our farm in SC. It will pull a 14 inch two bottom plow and this single disk harrier easily. It is a local York County South Carolina tractor purchased new here. Serial number; Ford 9N28597
  • 1950 Ford 8N - New engine rebuild and first attempt at painting ... my son loves it!
  • 1941 Ford 9N - They say Ford tractors can handle just about anything. I reckon the person that said that didn't have to put up with over 2 foot of snow. Help is on the way my old trusty. Tractor may look like an Ford 8N but it is a Ford 9N. Brakes, SN etc. will identify it as a 1941 Ford 9N. It does have a lot of add ons that would make one think its an Ford 8N.
  • 2N Or Is It An 801?? - Can you say push me pull me LOL
  • 2N - 2N Ford 9N axle being removed.
  • Ford 1944 Ford 2N - I bought a little farm with equipment and including this very nice tractor ! It goes like a new one !
  • Ford 2N - Takeing Out The Engine - This is how I remove an engine on a Ford N type tractor. Useing the chain hoist makes it easy to slip it all back togeather easy and fast
  • 8N 1951 Ford Tractor
  • 1951-52 Ford 8N - Funk Conversion Flat Head 6 cyl. Sherman 3 Speed Transmission Oil Pressure - 20lbs when hot New Tires Good Running Condition Does not idle properly 4,500.00 Please contact George for further details or questions (860)228-3269 Located in Columbia, CT
  • 19?? 2N- 8N-9N ????? - Bought from my uncle before he passed away. Intend on restoring, Runs good and is already a 12V system. It looks to be complete, has some hydraulic issues as in none. Needs a little TLC and some elbow grease. Can anyone tell what model she is? I have my suspisions!
  • 1949 Ford 8N W/10-14 2 Way Plow
  • 1949 Ford 8N - This is the tractor I have started restoring. Am trying to post a photo for the first time. Thanks for your patience.
  • 47 Ford 2N
  • 1940 Ford 9N
  • 1940 Ford 9N - going to fix her up and restore her
  • 1943 Ford 2N (9N109493 - I said that I would post some photos of the restoration. It has been fun working on this Ford 2N. It was painted Ford 8N colors sometime in the past, I am restoring it and painting it back to the original Ford 2N colors. (I just like things in original condition. Im hoping to get the remaining parts and get them installed before July 4th 2006.
  • 1951 Ford 8N
  • 1948 8NAN94360 - The manifold on the right side came of this 8n serie number 8NAN94360. It is a holley manifold as you can see on the pic.The carbi is mounted on top of it. I'm not sure that this is original. Also the governor seems to have the arms on the outer side rather then inside to the engine block.I replaced it with an original manifold with original carbi.But the trottle will not connect to the governer,cause the arms are on the wrong side.There is also a linkage on top of the zylinderhead wich looks somehow quit original. Has anyone an idea? Thanks for answering.
  • 1951 Ford 8N - Found on side of road, in back of building, going to waste. Made offer and brought her home. Did some restorations and know use it on my farm regularly. Great tractor..
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Here's Tommy, just arriving
  • 50 Ford 8N - Starter Bendix
  • 1942 Ford 2N - The tractor is 64 years old and still working hard for me.
  • 1949 Ford 8N---After
  • 1949 Ford 8N---Before
  • 1950 Ford 8N (After) - This is a picture taken after fixing the tractor up and painting it.
  • 1950 Ford 8N (Before) - This is a picture of my dad's Ford 8N prior to any work being done on it. It had sat beside the house for about 9 years without being started.
  • 1945 Ford 2N - Just got it done do you think the girls will think my tractors sexy
  • 9N - HERE'S A FEW PICS OF THE RECENT REBUILD
  • Ford 9N - ANOTHER PIC OF RECENT REBUILD.
  • 1947 Ford 8N - every day worker, Starts every time even when cold. Still 6V
  • 1945 Ford 2N - Trying for a better picture
  • 1945 Ford 2N - Winter time At Bearlake Utah.
  • 1945, Ford 2N
  • 49 Ford 8N - Hyd Control Arm - Bent?
  • 1952 Ford 8N After
  • 1952 Ford 8N After
  • 1952 Ford 8N
  • Ford 8N - Sweet lil tractor.
  • Wagner Loader Bracket - For 9N , 2N & 8N - this is the pictures from the wagner loader book for attaching it to a N series tractor
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Hydraulic Pump Showing Valves - Hex shaped part is the new aftermarket relief valve. Below it is the T-handle control valve.
  • Three Working Ford 8NS - Left to right, the late 1950, the early 1950 and the 1951 with a Freeman Loader. Just like the owner, they all work fine, but don't look that great!
  • 9N Ford 2N 8N 820 960 And A3600D - My working tractors
  • 50 Ford 8N Loader - Wagner
  • 41-44 Ford 2N - found this in the woods.hadn't been run in 4-5 years.owner said i could have it if I took 5ft bushog with it.installed new battery cleaned out fuej bowl,cleaned spk plgs. turned over 3 times and the ugly little critter fired right up!!!My 14 yr old boy drove it home 5 miles away before they changed their minds.after a few adjustments on the carb it now cranks on the first turn-over.What an amazing machine!!! cansomeone tell me how old? Can't read #s on block. Pump's got Ford 8N stamped on it. Any other #s anywhere? Help please!
  • 50 Ford 8N - Son plow'in with a dearborn disc
  • 52 Ford 8N
  • 1946 Ford 2N - Its spring in Maine and I got the Ford 2N out today
  • 1951 Ford 8N - Still needs a little work but shes starting to come together
  • 51 Ford 8N - 600 dollar project with sherman transmission
  • 1947 Ford 8N - Rebuild project. Just completed.
  • 1947 Ford 8N - Serial # 10528, Late 1947. Just finished. What a great project. Looking for another one to keep this one company!
  • 1946 Ford 2N - I love my N tractor, I hope to restore it someday.
  • 48 Ford 8N - Starter Mounting Hole N Series - Hole ground at 2 o'clock position to ease starter removal and installation
  • 49 Ford 8N
  • 1952 8N - Neighbor was riding down the road when the steering quit working. Took off down an 8-10ft. bank. He was able to bail out behind the tractor. Clipped his ear on the uphill fender when he did. I helped him recover it. Still had all the fluids in it, even the battery. Other than a smashed light on the right fender and a bent up steering wheel, there was no major damage. Both him and his tractor are very, very lucky. Let's be careful on this old stuff and keep it in good working order.
  • 1941 Ford 9N - Going to need TLC and new paint ;)
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Has the tachometer, floorboards, runs well and starts in an instant.
  • Ford 2N 1944 - Dearborn 2/14' I can not read the model number but I need a furrow wheel and moldboards. My dad purchased this equipment in the mid fifties I plowed around 20 acers this spring along with a fellow antique plowman.
  • Late Ford 2N
  • Late Ford 2N
  • 1943 Ford 2N - She's done. Im going to leave the hood and dog legs black, I just like it that way.
  • 9N Ford In The Weeds - if it dont run and you cant move it, mow around it! (soft ball sized hole in the block at #3 piston killed this machine)
  • 1951 Ford 8N - A shot of the fenders. The color is Gold to Green to Blue color shift flake from Paint with Pearl. It mixes with the clear of your choise and sprayed on a black base coat.
  • 1951 Ford 8N - I use it for mowing mostly. I just painted it. I used the tracktor to practice with my new GTI paint gun and experiment with ghost flames. I learned a lot about painting. Now I am ready to paint my classic cars. We love our Ford 8N.
  • 1950 Ford V8N - I did several proto types before this one. It is very clean & looks like a factory job.If interested in this Ford V8-60 conversion I can furnish you with a kit of my own make.
  • 1950 Ford V8N - Second view with everything shown in its origional location including the radiator.Everything remains the same except the V8 engine.
  • 1940/41? Ford 9N
  • 1940/41? Ford 9N - Test picture
  • 1941 Ford 9N - Needs a Sherman Step-up
  • 2N - this is one of my projects, its a working tractor now so I dont know when it will get to restore
  • 47 Ford 2N - Just gave her a bath and thought she was pretty enough for a few pictures.
  • 47 Ford 2N - Thanks for looking
  • 1941 Ford 9N - Here it is 99% finished. Just need to paint and put on the grille and fenders.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Just starting a restoration. This is the before picture.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Restored last year, bought a new John Deere, will be sorry to see her go
  • 49 Ford 8N
  • 52 Ford 8N ( Before ) - Traded a good '51 J.D. B for this 8N Got lied to about it's condition and scorned by the spouse about having dumb wrote across my forehead. Well just to show the 'ol girl, I took the tractor apart,repainted it, overhauled the engine and now she thinks my tractor's sexy !
  • 52 Ford 8N (After ) - Finished results .
  • 1944 2N ?? - This is a picture of the plug/pin that I removed while changing the transmission oil that I am having problems getting back in.
  • 1944 Ford 2N ?? - Thanks everyone!
  • 40S Ford 9N - I am not a ford guy and I just picked up this tractor. It is I think a 1940 9N acocording to the Serial number. I want to know if this is a Sherman Tranny lever? I know that this lever has 3 selections all the way up middle is neutral and all the way back. I have a stuck clutch and can not try it out. it is on the left side of the tractor as you are sitting on it and is down in front of the 3 speed shifter on the left side. What is it?
  • 1945 Ford 9N - Keep thinking that I need to sell her but I keep finding more and more projects.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - This Ford 8N had a complete engine overhaul in 2002. All new tires in 2006. six volt system. Starts and runs great. Used mostly for field mowing.
  • 1951 Ford 8N - Second picture. Works regularly
  • 1951 Ford 8N - This tractor is a working tractor. I mows weekly. It was back mowing 1 day after the last paint was sprayed.
  • 1946 Ford 2N - Just finished cutting hay in central Alberta. Everything worked as it should.
  • Ford 2N Or 9N - What is this tractor worth ? It has Full set of steel wheels on it,I havn't heard it run yet.Does any one have any good offers ? we are thinking of selling it.
  • 1952, Ford, 8N - Throttle Linkage - Closeup of throttle and choke linkage
  • 1944 2N - Brought this home from Long Island in Feb. Sat out in the weather with the hood off for 20 years. Was missing two head bolts one of which allowed water into the crank case. Only had about a pint of water in the oil. Changed the wires and oil, put on a new distributor,( came with it), and new plugs. Not prety, but runs nice.
  • 1944 2N - Same 2n with some of the parts that came with it. New hood (8n), grill, dog legs, fenders, 2 radiators, distributor, several boxes of misc parts.
  • 1944 2N - Same tractor, side view.
  • 52 Ford 8N - Before and after shots of my 52-8N about 6 weeks apart. This was basically just a cosmetic improvement with the exception of a new manifold, wiring, seat, rims, and tires. It didn't need anything else. Paint used is Rustoleum Sunrise Red and a 50;50 mix of RustOleum Smoke Gray and Gloss White. Still need to paint the Ford letters on the hood and fenders.
  • 8N - Wireing Diagram - N series wireing diagram
  • 50 Ford 8N
  • 50 Ford 8N - Ford 8N Lower Rad Hose - Lower rad hose side my dist
  • 1952 Ford 8N W/ Funk Conversion 226 6CYCLINDER Motor - This is the finished picture of the restoration of this tractor. The resotration took 3 months and has been well worth it.This Tractor belongs to Carl and Jean McCurdy of Warsaw, Ohio. It was Restored by H.M Restorations and Repair, Warsaw, Ohio.
  • 48 Ford 8N - daddys old N
  • 1940 Ford 9N - This is my first tractor, purchased about one year ago. I know it doesn't look like much, but it starts up easy and works much like it did in 1940! Previous owner installed the automotive hubs and wheels (I think from 1937 Ford). I bought an Ford 8N from a neighbor. It has a loader and in great shape, so I will be selling this tractor to offset cost. Will post pictures of Ford 8N when I get it home.Heath
  • Ford 8N 1950 - Desjardins Butter - I was trying to setup these old saws. The first one is a kind of butter from the Desjardins Company and the other one whih is driven be an engine is a very old dragsaw.Both saws will be in demonstration at RPM St-Bruno from 10th to 13th August
  • Early Ford 9N? - No Ferguson system is installed. Fixed drawbar. Plain reardrive cover, no hydraulics!!!
  • 1951 Ford 8N Tractor - GETTING THE Ford 8N IN LINE FOR THE FIRST TIME IN THE 4TH OF JULY PARADE IN (LONG ISLAND)WANTAGH NY, SINCE 8/05/05 WHEN THE TRACTOR ARRVIED IN WANTAGH FROM BRUSHTON NY . THE FORD Ford 8N WAS THE HIT OF THE PARADE.
  • 51 F O R D Ford 8N - Ford 8N at first time at car show at Bellmore Presbyterian Church Car Show.An came under it's own FORD POWER,A 2 mile drive from Wantagh NY
  • 1945 Ford 2N
  • 1939 Ford 9N S/N Ford 9N546 - The photo shows my 1939 Ford 9N,s/n546 except for a 12 volt electrical system it is just about original. Runs like new and does work hard for me.
  • 1949 Ford 8N W/Wagner Loader - I just brought this tractor home yesterday. I purchased it from a neighbor down the road a couple of miles. My wife dropped me off at the end of his driveway and I got on the tractor and drove it home! Runs good, needs some cleaning up and a couple of maintenance items. Should be a good tractor.
  • 48 - Ford 8N - We'll, its getting there. Pretty much just the sheet metal to go. Topper (the dog) will be glad to once again ride around in the trailer.
  • Help With 9N Wiring For 12VOLT - Can anyone help me with the wiring for a 9N 12volt? This is all the parts, just need to know what wires go where. It is a one wire alternator, and the little circle on the right side of the picture is the key switch.
  • 1944 2N - This engine sat for 20+ years. The port on the block where the oil line to the filter and gauge connect was left open. The fitting was missing when I got the tractor. It shows no oil preassure. Any chance the passage is blocked? Is there some where else on the engine that I can check the oil preassure? Thanks for any help!
  • 51 Ford Tractors Ford 8N - 8N ON N'S
  • 1940 Ford 9N - this is a double stamped serial number is it from the factory like this or did someone try to repunch to make it clear??
  • 1939 Ford Ferguson Ford 9N - Here is my early Ford 9N287 Aluminum hood tractor. Just got done working some bugs out of it and took it to its first show in Georgetown OH over the weekend.Runs and drives perfect. This tractor is very original and has never been repainted. Still has quite abit of original paint on the rear fenders. Thanks, Jason Grooms
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Here is a very original Early Ford 8N. It was built in August 1947 and has the holes the grille where the Ferguson System badge was located on the Ford 9N and Ford 2N tractors.It is all original from the paint and tires to the gauges and cloth wireing harness.Bought it at a yard sale and drove it home, around 10 miles. Thanks, Jason Grooms
  • Neat Old Rare Ford 9N 2N Steel Rear Wheels - Neat old things aren't they......
  • 51 8N - Transmission Cover
  • 51 8N - Transmission Cover
  • 51 8N - Transmission Cover - Cover has an unusual dimple which appears to be a breather. Appears to be a dessicant bag hanging inside the traansmission
  • 8N - Transmission Cover
  • 1945 Ford 2N - Rocker / Top Link - These photos were taken to help solve a problem with the Three point hitch binding up.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - This was taken back on May 5, 2006. I had just finished the restoration.
  • 1949 Ford 8N V8
  • 1949 Ford 8N V8
  • 1944 Ford 2N And Plow - At the Harwick Fair - 1944 Ford 2N with 1940's Ferguson 2-bottom plow.
  • 1944 Ford 2N - In the Hardwick Fair tractor parade
  • 1949 Ford 8N V8
  • 1949 Ford 8N V8
  • 1950 Ford 8N - 8N Going Back Together
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Going Back Together Pic 2
  • 1950 Ford 8N Before
  • 1950 Ford 8N Pic 2
  • 1950 Ford 8N
  • 1952 Ford 8N -New Project
  • 1952 Ford 8N Project Pic 2
  • 1952 Ford 8N-New Project PIC2
  • 195? Ford 8N? - I acquired this jewel in a trade last weekend. I noticed it's fenders (w/Ford logo) are 'higher' than other 8Ns. Tires are new and appear to be std. w/ wheel weights. Can anyone help explain the 'high' fenders? Thanks.
  • 49 Ford 8N
  • 1947 2N Or 1949 9N? - *9n241033* was told it was a 1949 9n. doin a look'n it seems to be a 1947 2n. it has 6 blade fan 6 lug wheels on back and 23 patent# on plate. the original color seemed to be a blueish grey.it has the Ferguson system,what ya,ll think? it seems 9n was stoped made in 41, but why does 9n start on my serial # and by serial# i.d. it says mine is a 47 2n?
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Engine Cylinder - Pic of my two vastly different cylinder conditions.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Damaged Cam Shaft End - Looks like the distributor was put in backwards(?)
  • 1951 Ford 8N - 'a new face'
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Before Restoration Picture
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Restoration nearing completion. Need to blast and paint the rims.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Restoration nearing completion. Still need to sandblast & paint the rims.
  • 1949 Ford 8N - After picture. Four years later. Lots of sweat, a little blood and lots of help from the guys on the Ford 8N forum. Thanks to everyone! This is my working tractor, but I sure hate to get it dirty now.
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Before picture. This is how the family tractor looked in 2002 when I brought it home.
  • 1948 8N - Rod Bearing Wear
  • 42 9N - Front Axle Mount 1
  • 42 9N - Front Axle Mount 2
  • 1946 Ford 2N - This tractor is shown with a load of firewood. Hauling firewood has been one of its main functions for the last 25 years. This load is an example of what it has been pulling up and down this hilly area all this time. It is equipped with a Sherman step-up tranny, an N-Complete dual exhaust/crossover manifold system, Zane Thang, an Ford 8N style swinging drawbar, and loaded 12.4x28 tires. Equipped as it is, it answers my needs very adequately. It's not pretty enough for show; it's for work.
  • 1948 8N - Crack Close Up
  • 1948 8N - Cracked Cylinder - Here is what I found underneath the #1 sleeve.
  • 42 9N - Sherman Shock Proof Steering Adapter
  • 42 9N - Steering Column
  • 1948 8N - Crack In Brazing - I found the cause of my weeping repair.
  • 1948 8N - Cracked Block
  • 1951 Ford 8N Tractor
  • 1948 8N - Rebuilt Steering Box - Here it is after new bushings, seals, and bearings.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - My first full restoration. I'm hooked!
  • 195? Ford Baler 47 8N
  • 47 Ford 8N - 1947 Ford 8N with a 195? model ford baler
  • 48 8N Ser.# 115759 - What Is It? - Can't figger out what this white bracket is for.
  • 52-Ford 8N - Bent Control Rod - Not supposed to be like this. Lift was working but not very well. After I straightened this rod and put it back together, lift works much better.
  • 1948 8N - Damaged Lift Cylinder - What I found when I pulled my lift cover.
  • 1941 Ford 9N - Dad's and mine summer project
  • 1950 8N - I PURCHASED THIS TRACTOR THIS SUMMER AND WILL BEGIN COMPLETE RESTORATION SOON. THIS IS JUST SOMETHING I'VE ALWAYS WANTED TO DO AND MY QUESTION HAS TO DO WITH THE HI-LO TRANS. I WAS TOLD IT WAS A SHERMAN BUT IN LOOKING AT 'SMITH'S' WEBSITE MINE DOESN'T LOOK OR OPERETE LIKE THE ONE PICTURED. THIS ONE ONLY SHIFTS FORWARD OR BACK FOR HI OR LOW, IN THE NEUTRAL POSITION IT DOES NOT ALLOW ME TO MOVE IT TO THE LEFT AND PULL BACK. IN SEARCHING THROUGH OTHER PHOTO'S AND DISCUSSION FORUMS I'VE FOUND TWO PHOTO'S SHOWING THE SAME SHIFT LEVER BUT NO EXPLANATION OF WHAT TRANS IS IN THE TRACTOR. ANY INFORMATION WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED. HELP!!!
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Restored by Larry Bissen of Stacyville, IA.
  • 1950 Ford 8N/1956 Ford 860 - Backfilling the front yard.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Getting the yard ready to seed.
  • 1941 Ford 9N - Here's an 'oldie' that should be finished before Christmas. Changing the axles spindles was a nightmare.
  • 1945 Ford 2N W/Sherman Hi-Lo Transmission - Aside from mechanical and electrical work done to get this machine purring, final finishing will wait until the spring/summer of 07.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Just finished this restoration. My son David, sitting on the tractor, did all of the finish work. He and I did the mechanical stuff together, except for motor overhaul which was done by a friend.
  • 1944 Ford 2N - I just got this tractor in July for my birthday, from my husband. What a great tractor she is. Restoration is over half way complete, just need a couple more parts and a paint job. Would like to paint back to original color, which I think was red, but not sure. I dont think this tractor was originally blue.
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Fritz the Ford tractor. We found this cool old Ford tractor sitting along the road and we bought it. My father-in-law totally rebuilt the whole thing and it runs like new. Yes, we know it's painted the wrong color.
  • 1951 8N Ford Highboy - THIS TRACTOR WAS USED TO SPRAY COTTON IN THE DELTA IN THE 50'S
  • 1951 8N Ford V-8 Conversion - NONE
  • 1941 Ford 9N - Tess (the beagle) posses with our '41 Ford.
  • 1950 Ford 8N Flathead V8 - Just finished it up a couple of weeks ago. Sure does run and sound great.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Camshaft Bushing? - Looks like someone machined a bushing into the camshaft journal.
  • 2N - Mirrors
  • 2N - Mirrors
  • 2N - Pedals
  • 1946 Ford 2N
  • 1946 Ford 2N
  • 1946 Ford 2N
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Damaged Head Bolt Hole In Block - Sorry phone camara pic.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Damaged Block Hole - Better Pic
  • 1946 Ford 2N And 2 14 3PT Plow - Dad plowing at or spring plow day
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Repaired Head Bolt Damage - My machine shop drilled out the hole and inserted a 3/8' cast iron pipe plug and three regular block stitches. He will plane the deck tomorrow to make this flush.
  • 1950 Ford 8N With Plow - Plow day Johnson County Indiana 2006
  • 1950 Ford 8N With Plow - Plow day Johnson County Indiana 2006
  • 47 Ford 8N With Cart - bought cart for 35 at action
  • 47 Ford 8N With Cart - bought cart for 35 at action
  • 1939 Ford 9N - This is my 1939 Ford 9N. It might not be perfect, but she never let's me down.
  • 1951 Ford 8N With 10-152 Dearborn Plow - Almost as good as new!!
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Finished Head Bolt Repair - Here is the finished repair.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Hydraulic Lift Piston
  • 1940 Ford 9N - This was the day we brought it home March of 05.Had sat outside for 3 years just as you see it. Now it is going threw a complete overhaul and paint, Thanks to a great neighbor and friend Ford 8N 9N ron
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Ferguson System - This is something of a cross-cultural experience among tractors. Worked...OK. Fairly moist earth, bogged on slight incline. Missing not so much power as traction. I leaned way out back to put all my weight directly over the axle. Uncle says grandpa always used fluid-filled tires for plowing. Really curious to try an actual Dearborn plow designed for the three-point hitch.
  • 1952 Fergie 1997 Kid 1941 Ford 9N - Grampas' grey tractors, both running, both old and still farming.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Engine Rebuild Pic
  • 1950 Ford 8N
  • 1946 Ford 2N - Just bought this little beauty from Tri County Power in Moscow Mills Missouri a few weeks ago. It was originaly restored by mr Randy Nordon in July of 2005. It passed through a few hands before landing into mine, where it will stay!
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Valves Installed
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Internal Block Cracks
  • 1941 Ford 9N 1941 Ford 9N As Found In Barn - Another view of our baby.
  • 1941 Ford 9N As Found In Barn - Here is a photo of our newly aquired Ford 9N. These wheels were ordered with it new from the factory. We also have the standard steel rims with rubber tires on them. Was in storage in a barn after the starter went bad years ago. With a little gas, battery and a pull it started up within 4 feet! We replaced the starter and it starts right up.
  • 1947 Ford 8N - Three years later.
  • 1949 8N - Rear Wheel Rim-Zinc Plated
  • 1949 8N - Rims - Looks like the rear rims were galvanized.
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Here is my latest addition to my collection.
  • 1941 Ford 9N Barn Find - Another view of our baby. Notice the set of rubber rear tires/wheels in the back ground, these also came with this tractor. We would love to find a pair of steel wheels for the front. Tractor starts and runs good. We are converting it from 12V back to 6V. It starts well on 6V. Steve & Darlene
  • Ford 8N
  • 1939 9N - Aluminum Dash With Hydraulic Dip Stick
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Front Spindle Grease Zerk
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Engine Block - My rebuild progress
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Chassis - Here is a rolling chassis after painting. Starting to look like a tractor
  • 1951 Ford 8NB - I spent many summers, in the field, on one of these when i was a young boy. My dad and i restored this one, talk about bringing back memories.
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Incorrect Generator
  • 1950 Ford 8N
  • 1947 Ford 8N - weird torched axle #1.
  • Ford 8N - weird torched axle #2
  • Ford N Series - 9N Parts - What I found at the boneyard today.
  • 1940 Ford 9N - Primer is on
  • 9N Ford - I saw this tractor in a field
  • 1950 Ford 8N
  • 50 Ford 8N - The dreaded broken sleeve
  • 1940 Ford 9N - new paint Ford 8N style
  • 1941 Ford 9N
  • 1948 Ford 8N - This is my main work horse on the 50 acres of fields and trails in the unorganized territories of northern Maine
  • 50 Ford 8N - The Sleeve
  • 1944 Ford 2N Ser#9N150325 - Just got it home. holes where they shouldn't be, painted with white house paint. But purr's like a kitten.
  • 1948 8N - Unknown Part - While cleaning out the hydraulics on my '48- 8n, I found this piece in the bottom of the case. Any body know where it came from? It's app. 3/4' by 3/16'. It has ribs on each side kinda like re-bar. One end is rusty & the other looks as though it was recently broken off of something.
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Serial Number *8N159056*
  • 1941 Ford 9N - Red Belly Ford 9N...6volt Working Tractor. Been using the PHD alot lately.
  • 1948 Ford 8N Ser.#115759 - OK, let's try this one more time, then I'm givin up!
  • 1950 Ford 8N Ser.#323596
  • 8N Ser # 115759 - Test photo
  • 1944 Ford 2N And Ferguson Bfo-20 Blade - Working and awaiting parts. Restoration next summer. Great little tractor
  • Rare 1941 Ford 9N (Backhoe-Loader-Blade) - Vary Rare Unit; 41 Ford 9N with Sherman-Ford Backhoe built for the Ford 9N in the 1940's. Farm Hand Step side loader. Gravel or snow bucket. Manual bucket. Angeling blade for 3 point hitch. New rear tires and rims. Front tires (truck style). New hoses and seals on cylanders on backhoe. I have used it to pull saw logs, to load the saw logs, dig trenchs, footings, tree stumps, move a lot of snow. It works a little slow, but it gets the job done. I have all so had a lot of fun. Run good.
  • 1944 Ford 9N S/N 150060 - owned this tractor 25years been a good one, I am now tearing the engine down to see why oil pressure is down to 10lbs when working after it gets warmed up Del
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Close to original except for the red belly. 6V, PTO and 3-Point systems function well.
  • 50 8N - Block - My outdoor 'shop' where I dont get much done.
  • 8N - Broken Sleeve - Sleeve broke during installation. Was removed by a welder friend.
  • 1951 Ford 8N - just bought this nice running Ford 8N, ready to work...thats my Dad on it right after getting her home....
  • 1948 Ford 8N
  • 1948 Ford 8N - serial# Ford 9N63139 yep, its a 41 engine
  • Ford 8N 1948 - Just a pic
  • 1948 Ford 8N - I bought it in 2000 restored it, pull it, show it.Dearborn cab and swinging drawbar,Steelcraft curtain kit,Homemade deluxe windshield kit with 6 volt wiper,running boards,and front ski kit.I now call it a antique snowmobile(not for racing purposes)twin tracker. She's A honey.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - 1948 Ford 8N Dearborn cab, steelcraft curtain kit, Homemade deluxe windshield kit with 6 volt wiper and automotive glass.
  • 1940 Ford 9N
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Almost complete. Need to place decals and paint the Ford Script.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Just purchased this little tractor. Real smooth running, all original.Could use paint but I'm going to use her to work with. Plowed garden spot to just check her out, did a great job.
  • Ford 8N 1951 #362467 - Still at work. The tractor weights 2410 pounds, the load including the trailer weights more than 8000 pounds.
  • 1941 Ford 9N - Just before firing it up to plow snow Christmas day 2003.
  • 1950 Ford 8N SN#271673
  • Ford 8N - My Ford 8N at my farm in WI.
  • 1945 Ford 9N - two thirds done
  • 9N Or 2N - Gen. Bracket - Homemeda generator bracket. real simple.
  • 1949 Ford 8N Mystery Bracket - this bracket is on the right hand side under the hood by the dash and i knew if any one knew what it was for if so please e-mail me at ad90w@sbcglobal.net
  • 1939 Ford 9N - This tractor runs great. it is a working tractor
  • 1952 Ford 8N - I've owned several (well a lot!) of Ford 8Ns and even though this one doesn't look to good, she is the best riding and running one I've ever owned.
  • Ford 48 8N - Sauder Fel Parts - Took these off my tractor.. was told they were for a Sauder FEL. Anyone need them?
  • 40 Ford 9N - Shernan Trans? - This is what I believe to be a sherman transmission. Not sure which model.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Engine Rebuild Progress - I finally got the engine off the stand and back on the tractor.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Serial Number Area
  • 1941 Ford 9N - Our cow chaser
  • 49 8N - Pieces Pulled Beneath Pto Shaft - Ok here is another look. The cast piece appears to be Hexagonal in shape. Hec
  • 49 Ford 8N - Pieces Pulled Beneath Pto Shaft - This is what I pulled out after removing the PTO shaft. What are they?Hec
  • Ford 8N - Hydraulic Dipstick - Found a way to repair these. How many of you have several with teh handle broken off? I cut the straight part and loop off of a lynch pin to replace the missing part and welded it to the shaft. Slide the cap back down the cover the weld.
  • 49 Ford 8N - Here Is Where The Piece Came From - Here is where the piece came from. It came from the pto housing uper half.Hec
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Rebuild Update - I got the wiring and dash in this morning.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Spark Plug Wire Retainer
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Spark Wire Loom
  • 1950 Ford 8N
  • 1952 Ford 8N - 3rd generation, bought new in Butler,PA. Still have all original attachments; snowplow,plow,discs,harrows,scoop bucket. Sickle bar sold in 70's, replaced with Woods finishing mower.
  • 8N Christmas - I borrowed this photo from a site last year.
  • 1943 Ford 2N War Model - Finally got it out to a show.
  • 1947 Ford 2N On The Belt - Dad bought this tractor new and we use it almost every day. Feed grinder is in the shed.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Honed Hydraulic Cylinder Bore
  • Ford 8N 1952 - My sisters in 1965
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Runs great,used for road work.
  • 1949 Ford 8N Tractor - we just starting to fix it up
  • 1944 Ford 2N Hermie - Today was plow day for Hermie. The old boy had it easy today.
  • 1944 Ford 2N - JUST AQUIRED THIS TRACTOR FROM MY FATHER 1 MONTH AGO. ALL I HAVE DONE IS PAINTED IT. ANDA LITTLE ENGINE 'TUNING' I BROUGHT IT FROM HIS HOUSE IN SC
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Engine Rebuild Progress - Started it up today - ran like a champ!
  • 44 2N Ford - Air Cleaner 3 - through the hood
  • 44 2N Ford - Air Cleaner 2 - Installed
  • 44 2N Ford - Air Cleaner Installed - has addon thru the hood top
  • Ugliest Dang Ford 2N You Ever Saw - purchased for 250,got it running,converted to 12V. use it every week.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Lift Cover Linkages
  • 1941 Ford 9N - Picked up this Ford 9N from my Aunt. It belonged to my Uncle before his passing and was completely rebuilt 5 years ago. I got it to use for some work on my 13 acres in Southeastern Ohio. There is no serial number on the block or head - best we can figure is its a '41 model.
  • 1940 Ford 9N - Draw Bar - Used a 6' angle iron. Cut the hole for the PTO and mounted a bumper receiver to the bottom.
  • 50 Ford 8N - Alt With A Zane Live Thang - 12V Alt used with a live thang
  • 1940-9N
  • 1940-9N
  • 1940-9N
  • 1940-9N
  • 1940-9N
  • 1941 Ford 9N - still running strong
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Rusted Tractor Wheels - Wheel rusted so bad I had to cut the tire off of the wheel and still can't pull out the tire at the bead
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Rusted Wheels - Wheel rusted so bad I had to cut the tire off of the wheel and still can't pull out the tire at the bead
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Rusted Wheels - Wheels rusted to the point I had to cut the tires off and still can't cut the tire off the wheel where it meets the bead.
  • 1943 Ford 2N - I love the N tractors. Here is mine in all it's glory....
  • 1944 Ford 2N - painted like Ford 8N; rear blade; 6-volt electrical system
  • 1951 Ford 8N With Dearborn Plow
  • 1947 Ford 8N
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Project Status - Almost done.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Here she is with the sheet metal on.
  • 1940 Ford 9N
  • 1950 8N - Broken Plunger - A lot of abuse?
  • 1950 8N - Damaged Hydro Parts - this is what I found when I pulled the lift cover!
  • 1949 Ford 8N - This is my old Ford, the summer after we bought it. I just bought a loader for it and doing some repairs, I'll post more during and after completion.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Date Stamp On Hydraulic Pump
  • 1952 Ford 8N Tractor - from basket case to a worker case .. after three month of rebuilding last weekend we got run and timming set on it hope to installed the loader that came with . it dearborn loader
  • 1952 Ford 8N Tractor - got more done with this basket case 1952 Ford 8N ford tractor so this what this look like with new transmission and motor still have lot do like paint job next fall
  • 1943 Ford 9N - Just 15 days old for me, this is the first tractor I ever touch and i am 42 ;( at the present time it is in the garage 1/2 in parts . Cost me 1850 and I plan to make it new. Thanks for this nice site, found lots of nice tractors and owners ....
  • Ford 1939 Ford 9N - one of the collection now have this on a acb 1939 1939 cletrac ag6 jd mc40 and a 1926 whippet doodle bug what a fun way to waste money at least thats what the wife says
  • 8N - Adjustable stabilizer bar.
  • Ford 2N
  • 1947 Ford 2N - 1947 Ford 2N with Sherman 'Step UP' transmission.
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Mowing with Ford 2N
  • 1952 Ford 8N
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Duals.....at least I have an extra set of tires and rims
  • 1952 Ford 8N - This is my first tractor, has duals, Dearborn Model 19-21 Loader. Started right up @ -20 degrees. Already started resoring.
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Front Mount Distributor 2
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Front Mount Distributor 3
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Front Mount Distributor 4
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Front Mount Distributor
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Original Brass Draincock - Refirbished and works like a champ.
  • Restored 1948 Ford 8N Tractor - I live in NC and drove to IL to buy this tractor. She is a beauty.
  • 1943?Ford 2N
  • 1942 Ford 2N - Another Shot
  • 1942 Ford 2N - Back View
  • 1942 Ford 2N - Has an Ford 8N engine Just Got It So Not Much To Say Yet.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - My son-in-law Ray Shaw has taken over my grass cutting duties for me, and my old Ford 8N just keeps soldiering along year in and year out.
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Broken Differential Lug
  • 1950 8N - Safety Relief Valve
  • 1943 Ford 2N - My Baby
  • 1943 Ford 2N - My Baby
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Grandfathers Tractor
  • 47 Ford 8N - Before
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Another before pic from Oct. 2006
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Before pic. October 2006
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Another before pic from 10/06.
  • 1946 Ford 9N ? - BOUGHT AT AUCTION 2006.SHE'S A REAL HONEY. GOOD STRONG TRACTOR.HOPE TO RESTORE IT
  • 1950 Ford 8N On Stilts... - snapped this photo on the road near my home this week. i find her pretty interesting
  • 8N Blade Unknown Make - IT FIT UNDER CARAGE OF 8N TRACTOR REAR 3 POINT LIFT IT
  • 49 Ford 8N - Here is pic of Jed after clearing a dusting of 5' of snow off the drive.Hec
  • 49 Ford 8N - Jed Pic 2
  • 1949 Ford 8N - We have finished over hauling now would like to get it painted but we arent sure of the paint codes. Anyone ever seen a grill guard like this one before?
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Another shot of Ol' Hesperus and the mower. Gotta learn how to make it around all those pecan trees!
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Just had to paint my woods mower to match.
  • Ford 2N - I just purchased this tractor. I always wanted one of these. I cant wait to get started on the restoration. It will not be to hard because it is in excellent shape for its age.This is a great site. thank you, I'll keep you posted A.M.
  • Ford 8N - This is our Ford 8N tractor plowin a big pile of snow like nothing.Any questions or comments email me at tractorcollector@echoes.net
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Original Brass Fuel Valve And Sediment Bowl
  • 52-Ford 8N - Ice Storm came through overnight Feb. 13, 2007. I woke up the next morning Feb. 14 to find this.
  • 52-Ford 8N - It was like threading a needle, but I managed to back it out after knocking down the root ball a little. Tractor is safe.
  • 48 Ford 8N - Snow Snow and more Snow
  • 1952 Ford 8N - February Snow
  • 1944 Ford 2N - i know its not the right colors but its what he wanted. Hes so proud of it
  • 1944 Ford 2N - this is my finished 19442N that my 4 year old helped my build
  • Ford 2N
  • 1952 Ford 8N W/ Sherman Trans - I just picked up my 1952 8N with a sherman trans on 022207. It needed a back tire and a radiator cap and a Intake Cover. It runs great. Still 6 volt. It also came with a rear blade and a brush hog all for 1900. It's a older restoration and has Ford on the fenders as well as the hood. I will be getting a loader and pump soon from friend for 150.
  • 1952 Ford 8N Modified - This is 'Baby' my awesome 8. Picture was taken at the Waverly Tractor show in 2004. Along with the 100 hp 52 ford flathead, it has dual carbs, sherman stepup, dual exhausts along with a few other things.
  • 1952 Ford 8N
  • 1947 Ford 8N - Waiting to restore
  • Ford 8N 50-Something W/Ripper-Subsoiler - After toiling like Roman road slaves trying to clear a garden patch with brush hooks, picks, etc, miracle neighbor came over and mentioned that there 'might be some old implements' over in that old barn. Bless him.
  • Ford 8N 50SOMETHING W/ Cultivator - After the ripping witht he subsoiler, we raked it over good and deep with this cultivator which scoured out all the roots. How our forefathers did this with hand tools and oxen is awe inspiring.
  • Ford 8N Cultivator - This seems to be from a later model Ford, but it saved our bacon on a very heavy land clearing job.
  • 1941 Ford 9N V-Plow - My Ford 9N with a V-plow that my grandfather built in the 40s at his metal fab. shop. I just brought it home and repainted everything. This is the most snow we've had this season!
  • 1947 Ford 2N
  • 2N 1947 - I have a 3N tractor with a loader bucket. With hydralic cylinders. As one can see the seals leak, Can anyone advise me who the MFG, of the cylinders. I would either have them repaird of get new seals but I do not know the make. I cannot find a name, however there is the number 1093 Many thanks yenarf@verizon.net
  • 1947 2N Block - Crack 1
  • 1947 2N Block - Crack 2
  • 1947 2N Block - Crack 3
  • 1950 8N - Corn Seeded Driver - Was on my 8N's real wheel.
  • 1949 Ford 8N W/ Loader - '49 Ford 8N and wagner loader
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Got the loader hooked up finally
  • 8N Ford - Modified Ford 8N with V8. Seen at the February Florida Flywheelers Show
  • Ford 8N 50-Something Logging - Great weekend for Old Timey activities. Spring in the air.
  • Ford 8N 50-Something With Lift Pole Logging - Did a little logging last weekend with the newly discovered lift pole.
  • Ford 8N - Ford 8N V8 conversion seen at the February 2007 Florida Flywheelers show.
  • Modified Ford 8N - 8N Ford V8 seen at the February 2007 Florida Flywheelers Show
  • 1941 Ford 9N
  • 1947 Ford 8N With Front Blade - This is from 1973 when I used the Ford 8N to help build my house. I used a rear scoop and front blade to move dirt and backfill around the foundation. The same implements were used to create the front and back yards.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - My Grandpa combining oats in the early 1960' with a MM combine with a Wisconsin engine.
  • 44 Ford 2N - My Ford 2N with a new King Kutter dirt scoop. Works great.
  • 1950 Ford 8N
  • 1952 Ford 8N
  • 8N
  • 1941 Ford 9N - Here I am with my Ford 9N after 12 inches of heavy wet snow... did 5 driveways this morning
  • 194? Ford 9N - I'm doing some tree work in trade for this tractor can any one give me any info on the year it is a three speed and does have brake on opposite side with clutch on left
  • 1946 Ford-Ferguson Ford 2N - 1946 Ford-Ferguson Ford 2N. Has been on our family farm since 1947. I restored it over a five year period. If anyone in northern new york knows of a 1940 Ford 9N anyplace im looking for my grandfathers other tractor.
  • 1946 Ford-Ferguson Ford 2N - My 1946 Ford 2N. If anyone out there is from Northern New York im looking for another Ford 8N or Ford 9N.
  • 1946 Ford-Ferguson Ford 2N - My Ford 2N with my ferguson lifting boom. And the grass isnt really green in northern NY right now-old picture
  • 1940 Ford 9N - My first use back in '05
  • 8N Ford On A Hill Side #2 - If this will help one person think about drive a tractor on a hill side it will make me happy. Please be safe and think about what your doing
  • 8N Ford On A Hill Side #3 - If this will help one person think about drive a tractor on a hill side it will make me happy. Please be safe and think about what your doing. And yes it had a work ORC on it
  • 8N Ford On A Hill Side #4 - If this will help one person think about drive a tractor on a hill side it will make me happy. Please be safe and think about what your doing. And yes it had a work ORC on it
  • 8N Ford On A Hill Side - If this will help one person think about drive a tractor on a hill side it will make me happy. Please be safe and think about what your doing
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Christening Delilah - she is finally finished.
  • Ford 8N - Ok so it needs work but I love this tractor.
  • Early Ford 9N - Spindle Arm Pin
  • 50 1/2 Ford 8N - This is a pic of my adjustable limiter chains. The top link is serrated to adjust the height of the front of the mower.
  • 1949 Ford 8N
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Just pulled this beauty from the barn. Covered with dirt and dust, but it started right up.Gave it a bath and now it's looking for a good home.
  • 1948 8N - Here is a photo of a 12v consersion, mounting brackets for the alternator
  • 8N - Front Mount Distrubutor - Stuck Centrifugal Weights
  • Ford 8N- Strange Control Lever - I purchased this tractor and discovered this lever
  • 44 Ford 2N
  • 1948 8N - Me and my son William in the 4th of July parade.
  • Part For A 8N Ford? Pic 1 - not sure what this goes to, i found it in the box of stuff from when i restored my grandpaws 8n ford tractor. wondering if its a tool used to adjust the brakes?
  • Part For An 8N Ford? Pic 2
  • Part For An 8N Ford? Pic 3
  • 50 8N - Mysterious Donut
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Bought on 4/7/07 to keep my restored 1946 Ford 2N company. I will switch it back to 6 volt and repaint it when i get the time.
  • Supposedly 9N - Advertising photo found online from dealer in BC,for 9NFord w/dozer blade,other attachments.I know the hood is not right(modified hundred series?)But the ? remains as to just what red tractor hides beneath it ;)
  • 1948 Ford 8N - this tractors not 4 wheel drive.but the front tires do help turning in slick poop.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Here is Delilah back on the property after a rework. She is sporting a 1941 Ferguson 14-A two bottom plow I restored.
  • 1950 8N - This object is located behind the instrument panel. I thought it might be a resistor. Please Help.
  • 1943 Ford 2N - Just got done painting the old girl
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Ford 8N with JD Grain Swather. Taken early 50's.
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Fender Damage - Here is what I found after I stripped away the bondo from my original 1939 9N double ribbed fenders.
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Wrong Generator - I do not know what model of generator this is, but I know it is wrong for this tractor.
  • 1952 Ford 8N
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Here is Delilah sporting her 1941 Ferguson 14-A two bottom plow.
  • 8N
  • 48 Ford 8N The MR.Vo - well tell me what u think? finished in 02 sat in a barn coverd till march 07, came out in the local paper as 48 Ford 8N tractor . what do you thank it is worth? has been gone all the way through when we cranked it up the first time the paint had not compleaty burned off the manafold yet .oh yea it did not take long to get the check book out .
  • 1941 Ford 9N - Runs great!
  • 1952 Ford 8N
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Original Smooth Hub - Here is a replacement smooth hub I obtained.
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Repaired Fender Damage - Here is the finished repair, we had to weld a patch in place as well.
  • 1949 8N Ford Tractor - My tractor has a 1949 Flathead V-8 Ford Motor. It has 239 Cubic Inches with 130 horsepower. It also has a Sherman Road Gear.
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Sure Seals - Does this look like a normal installation?
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Had some fun getting my parents garden ready this weekend
  • 1941 9N - Limit Chains - Limit Chains
  • 1941 9N - Limit Chains - Limit Chains
  • 1941 9N - Limit Chains - Limit Chains
  • 1941 9N - Limit Chains - Limit Chains
  • 1941 9N - Limit Chains - Limit Chains
  • 1941 9N - Limit Chains - Limit Chains
  • 1946 Ford 2N - Has Sherman 2 speed and late model Ford 8N engine with side mounted distributor
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Casting Code - Appears to be a 1938 year casting code on the inside of my 1939 9N smooth rear hub.
  • 1944 Ford 2N For Sale - ANOTHER PIC OF THE OLD GIRL
  • 1944 Ford 2N - FOR SALE, NEW PAINT, NEW RADIATOR, NEW 6 VOLT COIL, NEW 6 VOLT BATTERY, GOOD HYDRALICS, HAVE FENDERS BUT HAVENT GOT THEM ON THERE YET, ENGINE OVERHAULED WITH LESS THAN 15 HOURS ON IT. 304-654-2556 OR EMAIL AT JOHNGRAY12@ZOOMINTERNET.NET
  • 8N Side Mount - Flow Chart - Ignition Trouble Shooting Flow Chart using Ammeter.
  • 9N/8N - Front Mount Flow Chart - Ignition trouble Shooting flow chart using Ammeter
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Brakes
  • 8N - v12 Ford 8N
  • 1947 Ford 9N - From what I was told when I bought this from an old-timer, this is all original. From what I see on the tags and paint along with many other factors, I beleive this is all original. The best part, it runs like a charm!
  • 1947 Ford 9N - This was bought yesterday from an old timer. This has been inside a barn from day one. Everything is original. It has a small bucket attachment and a blade too. This has been used maybe one or two times a year to pull small bushes or to drag a table across the yard. It was sometimes used to scrape the muddy road they live on. This was a steal I know for sure. Can someone give me a 'value' for this and how many were made? Also, the cover for the 'spinner' on the back, I can't think of the name right now, but, I have it here, the question is this, the man never had it on and it should be for safety reasons, other than that, does it matter either way?
  • Ford 2N-9N - Tisco 12 Volt Conversion Kit Wiring - For others help on the forum
  • Ford 8N - Wiring Diagram - It is a simple wiring diagram for 12v conversion of a 8N
  • 41 -- 9N - Crack - easier to see crack
  • 41-- 9N - Rear End - '41 9n -Photo shows a crack in the portion of the diffy housing which contains #4625-pinion bearing assy. Anybody want to guess how this crack got there and whether it will cause future problems? It may have been there for the last 50 years. Thanks BB
  • Ford 8N Funk V8 - This is a Ford Funk V8 it didn't plow but it does sound mean.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - This is a working tractor. I use it to mow CRP fields and trails in the woods. It's other duties include grading the driveway and planting food plots. One a year it goes downtown for the Eastman WI 4th of July parade. This picture was taken at the ball field in 2006.
  • 1947 2N - Just trying to post a pic. Will try twice.
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Sunset at the farm.
  • 1947 Ford 2N - This is a test on posting a photo on the the emergency N series network forum. If this was a real emergency, a redundant question would be asked of the forum experts. Remember, this is only a test.
  • 1948 Ford 8N After Photo - New manifold,grill,tune-up and some little improvements including the repaint of the disk,2btm plow,blade and dirt scoop.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - At the time of this before photo the fenders were off,I was taking the dents out.This is about halfway into the cleanup
  • It Says 1947 Ford 9N - The Picture says it all, it has the 6 lug rear tires and everything screams 9N but the year throws it all off. The tags say 1947 9N..... what is the problem? It is all original... at least it all looks it...
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Worn Brake Actuating Camshaft - Wear from a loose clutch pedal.
  • 1950 8N On Trailer - 1950 8N On Trailer - This is my 1950 8N with Dearborn cord wood saw on trailer. Truck is F250SD. Trailer is 10,000# 82' wide 15'8' long plus 2' beaver tail.
  • 3 PT. Blade-7 FT. C/W 8N - The 3rd of 4 implements.
  • 3 PT. Dirt Scoop C/W 8N - 2 way scoop depending on your application,push or pull.
  • 3 PT. Disk-7 FT. C/W 8N Ford - This disk has JD stampings on it.Found them when I painted it.
  • 3 PT. Plow C/W The Ford 8N - 2nd of four implements that came with the Ford.
  • 1946 Ford 8N
  • 1939 To 1947 Ford 9N
  • Not Sure. Ford 9N - This is my first tractor. I bought it from the folks we bought our house from. I'm not sure of the year. It also has two different rear wheels. I'm not sure which one is the right one. I'll try to make it look as nice as your alls.
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Differential Support
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Lower Lift Pin Housing - I discovered the early 9Ns must have different lower link pin housings as the gasket does not match.
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Air Cleaner
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Finished Air Cleaner
  • 1948 Ford 8N - After three month with help from Dad (Jim)
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Set outside 12 year not running.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Eye bolt in front axle for trailer mounting
  • 1950 Ford 8N - How I strap down front of tractor to trailer
  • 8N - 8n along blue ridge parkway
  • 1948 Ford 8N (Both) - Both these are 1948 Ford 8Ns with front mount distributors. The blue one has a poor compression in one cylinder. The one with the brush hog is mechnacially sound. I will rebuild it this fall using the best parts from both tractors and then go back and mess with the compression on the blue one.
  • Ford 9N Conversion - Wiring Diagram - Wiring directions that come with 12v conversion
  • 1949 8N - Lift Cover Being Repaired - Lift cover being serviced. Note the broken control rod, piles of rust falling off the cylinder and other iron parts. That generally winds up in the oil sump.
  • 51 8N - Cupholder - This is my cupholder. Plastic tied to the seat spring. 1# coffee can cut out for the handle to set in. Works great! Don't forget the drain holes.
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Right Brake Actuator Shafts - Here is the worn original, and the used replacement to fix a very wobbly clutch pedal.
  • 46 Ford 2N - Another shot of mystery piece
  • 1947 Ford 8N - Picture of Ford 8N with loader I have been trying to ressurect after it sat disassembled in mud for 20 years.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Dragged this baby home last week. Another project. My wife just loved seeing this come up my driveway.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - trying to get pictures on forum. past winter done alittle work on it. kennymo
  • 1947 Ford 2N With A Gledhill Road Roller Conversion - 1947 ford2N with a gledhill road roller conversion...Found on Ebay
  • 1947 Ford 2N With A Gledhill Road Roller Conversion - 1947 ford2N with a gledhill road roller conversion...Found on ebay listing
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Found on ebay...thought the pic would be good for the archives
  • 1950 8N Rear Wheel / Axle Weights - Rear Wheel / Axle Weights - These rear axle wheel weights are on my 1950 8N. I don't know if it was a stock item or aftermarket. If anybody knows please let me know. Thanks, Kirk
  • 1950 Ford 8N - I brought a 1950 8n. It has weights on the axles. I thought they might be ford stock or maybe aftermarket. When I pulled one off it had; Tractor & farm _____ly ___ stamped on the bottom. They are 180 lbs each and about 8' wide. They are cut to go around the axle. If someone know anything about these weights please let me know. Thanks, Kirk
  • 8N Axle Weights - Another photo of the weights.
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Aluminum Hydraulic Quadrant Damage
  • 1939 Ford 9N - More Aluminum Hydraulic Quadrant Damage
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Pan Seat
  • 8N Belly Scraper - anybody know if this is homebuilt or a real conversion?
  • Pink 1940 9N Ford - I saw this PINK 1940 9N Ford at WMSTR in 2005. It is called a 'Barbie Tractor'.
  • Pink 1940 Ford 9N - I saw this PINK 1940 Ford 9N at WMSTR in 2005. It is called a 'Barbie Tractor'.
  • 1940 Ford 9N - Another shot
  • 1940 Ford 9N - Just finished restoration last weekend, first time out of the garage
  • 1942 Ford 2N - Here's my N after a new 20/20 spray can paint job. Ran her in the local parade and then spent the afternoon gettin her dirty with the cultivator on my tree lines.
  • 1942 Ford 2N Head On - Here's a head on pic of the 3 tone paint job.
  • 1942 Ford 2N Rear View - Rear View of the new paint job, and hitch.
  • 1942 Ford 2N - Side view of new rattle can paint job. The trick is in getting all the dead paint removed b4 you start the new stuff... LOL. I used rustoleum spray paint in black and clear, and ford spray in Grey and Red for this one.
  • 1946 Ford 2N - Bought this from my old Jr. High Science teacher whom I still have contact with. Runs great and works both here and afar, baling, mowing, and everything else. This picture is my brother - his first time on a tractor.
  • 1946 Ford 2N - Found her sitting in field, and bought her. Have been working on her for about 3 months now. She was a rusty gray when I got her, but slapped a cheep paint job on her for now. Got her running, but have to do the brakes now.
  • Ford 8N - Armella Wolch's Little Ford 8N
  • Ford 8N - Art & Armells's Ford 8N's restored just in time for the 4th of July Parade in Randall, MN!
  • Ford 8N - His & Hers restored Ford 8N's
  • 48 Ford 8N - Stay Bar - This is an adjustable stay bar used for an 11 hole draw bar.
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Aluminum Shifter Cover Damage
  • 1948 8N - Add On Tool Box - different angle
  • 1948 8N - Add On Tool Box - home made bracket
  • 9N?????? - Hi Everyone I need Your Help WHO BUILD THAT TRACTOR ????? THANKS FOR THE HELP INGO
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Aluminum Shifter Cover Repair - After welding it up with aluminum weld.
  • 1945 Ford 2N - Just been to a tractor show at the local strawberry festival in Gales Creek I know all gray but I like it this color
  • 2N
  • 1939 Ford 9N Serial No. 2882
  • 1947 Ford 2N - My son just bought this Ford 2N. I get to check it out in two weeks. More Fun!
  • 1952 Ford 8N Restored - This was a nice original tractor to start with, and made it a pretty easy tractor to restore. We rebuilt the engine with hi-comp. M&W pistons and added the 3-12 Ferguson plow.
  • 1943 Ford 9N - Oil Filter Canister - Oil Filter canister on son's 9n,not as a stock filter canister. I have noticed two 9n's on ebay equiped with this type also.
  • 1946? Ford 2N
  • 1949 Ford 8N - My new (to me, anyway) Ford 8N, as it arrived on my Princeville farm from Avon. It came with a BMB mower, a Ford 6' Adjustable scrape blade, and an undetermined make of rear scoop bucket. Plenty of work to do, but this is a pretty good starting point.
  • 1950 Ford 8N Parade
  • 1950 Ford 8N Parade
  • 1949-8N - ANYONE KNOW WHO MADE THIS SCRAPER??
  • Ford 8N Burn - Sherman Plug Right Side - This is the same tractor from the right side.
  • Ford 8N Burn Tractor - Sherman Hole Plug - This is a pic of a Ford 8n that I saw at a tracor auction. It had been through a fire. The pic shows the area where you would expect to find a sherman trans hole. But the hole is plugged with a large screw head and it seems to go through to the other side of the trans. What do you think?
  • 1939 Frod 9N - Splitting The Tractor
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Nice 1948 Ford 8N tractor has been in our family since 1957. In the 1980's my father rebuilt the engine and drive train, put on new wheels and tires and refurbisheded the original paint job. Other than a few parade runs it has been stored since.
  • 8N
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Damaged Input Shaft
  • 1949 9N Ford - Dont Know Loader - Need help in identifying the loader
  • 49 Ford 8N - Wheel Sprocket - It is original but I don't know what it's for.
  • 8N Funk - 6 cly OHV WITH sherman comb
  • 1946 Ford 2N - was it worth 1500 no smoke and every thing works like it should. I think it was worth it
  • 46 Ford 2N - Its a photo of unknown rods on the top cover of the Hyd
  • 50 8N - 8N Tractor - I rebuilt the hydro on the tractor & was surprised to see that it would hold the boom pole & scoop up untill I lowered it 5 days later. I think it's gonna be just fine!
  • 1948 8N - Check Chain Mount - My tractor has these check chain mounts that are made from horseshoes. I thought everyone would like to see a real hilbilly fix-up job. Prior owner apparently didn't have the to do it right.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - 6V Round Can Coil Conversion - This is where I mounted a round can coil on a '48 8N with a front mount square can coil.I hollowed out an old square can coil and soldered a high tension wire to the bottom contact then connected to the round can coil
  • Ford 2N 4X4 - Another one at the Almelund show.
  • 1947 (?) Ford 2N - This is my baby! Just put some new rubber on all around and I'm getting set for the full resto next summer.
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Original including the tires
  • 1947? Ford 2N - Can't get a read on the serial number, but a manufacture date is cast into one of the rear wheel axle housings.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Just got done restoreing this one.
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Looks rather sorry as it was just out scraping the pasture - but she runs!!! Dont know why they painted it blue!!
  • 1942 Ford 2N Wartime Model - Starter was not standard equipment. I still have the original mag and crank
  • 1942 Ford 2N With Dearborne Plow - A rough rider !!
  • 1939 Ford 9N - My uncle bought this tractor new in 1939, long before I was born & It's the first tractor I ever ran... There have been a-lot of tractors pass under my seat over the years, but some how this old Ford 9N has never been far from my shadow, a family friend & I decided to restore it a few years ago... I dont do much farming now, & the old Ford 9N does everything I need... I wish everything were made as good as the Ford 9N, not many things last a lifetime in this old... This old Ford 9N has watched over this family many generations and is kinda like a member of the family that will out-live us all...
  • Poss 1950-52 8N - according w/some pictures on the internet tractor has a proofmeter wonder hom many tractor came with this gage
  • Poss Ford 1950-52 8N - only # i could find was for the patent on rigt side but when i compare pictures on internet it has a proofmeter could anyone help me
  • 1949 Ford 8N - This is my first Ford 8N; it was a fun 6 month project. I restored the tractor for use on my 5 Acre farm. Enjoy.
  • 1949 Ford 8N - This is my first Ford 8N; it was a fun 6 month project. I restored the tractor for use on my 5 Acre farm. Enjoy.
  • 1949 Ford 8N - This is my first Ford 8N; it was a fun 6 month project. I restored the tractor for use on my 5 Acre farm. Enjoy.
  • 1949 Ford 8N - This is my first Ford 8N; it was a fun 6 month project. I restored the tractor for use on my 5 Acre farm. Enjoy.
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Rebuilt Transmission - Fininshed putting the new bearings and races in.
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Shifter Rail Locking Tab - The difference between the original 1939 9N locking tab and the improved, wider, version for the later models.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - I restored this tractor because 35 years ago I had one and always wanted another. I use it in my garden and what ever.
  • 1940 Ford 9N - At tractor pull
  • 1948 Ford 8N - I have owned this tractor for 18 years. I used it for setting tobacco and raking hay. I decided to restore it this year. My grandson Garrett Yocum likes to drive it when he visits.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Still using it every week to keep the extended yard cut.
  • 1950 Ford 8N On Arps Half Tracks - Also has a Sherman Over and Under Auxiliary Transmission
  • 195? 8N Ford - Well it was stuck and trouble but maybe in the near future it will be back to working on the farm.
  • 195? 8N Ford - Well it was stuck and trouble but maybe in the near future it will be back to working on the farm.
  • 195? 8N Ford - Well it was stuck and trouble but maybe in the near future it will be back to working on the farm.
  • 195? 8N Ford - Well it was stuck and trouble but maybe in the near future it will be back to working on the farm.
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Loaded for first move in 40 years.
  • 1949 Ford 8N - The Rescue - In this shed for 10+ years
  • 1949 8N - Main Bearing Stud - Why is it longer than the other one?
  • 8N
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Broken Head Stud
  • 52 Ford 8N - frog passanger
  • 1949 Ford 8N & Forklift - Moving an important building with the Ford 8N and home-made rear forklift!
  • 1950 Ford 8N Funk - Here it is sitting next to our 1952 Ford 8N. I'll have to repaint it now. Didn't realize it looked that bad until I parked the two together.
  • 1950 Ford 8N Funk - Just finished. All original sheet metal. Many parts on this tractor came from Yesterday's Tractor. My grandfather bought this tractor in the mid to late 50's in St. Louis, MO. He paid 300 for it.
  • 8N
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Steering Box Grease - What squeezed out from my steering box on top.
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Bought with original rubber.
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Just bought it Sept 2006, Just like it is here. Plan to rebuild everything winter 2007/8
  • Brush Hog For 8N Leak - Close up of oil leak on brush hog
  • Brush Hog For 8N - Couple of pics of brush hog for my 8N - is that oil leak a major issue?
  • Ford 8N 48/49? - Owner wants to sell - not sure of price to offer.
  • Ford 8N - Couple more views of Ford 8N up for sale
  • Ford 8N - Rear view of Ford 8N for sale
  • 1941 Ford 9N - My Ford 9N in Ford 8N Colors.
  • 1947 Ford 2N - It was in pretty rough shape when I purchased 'Her' a few years ago, but after a lot of cash and a labor of love it runs good and gets a lot of positive comments. Reminds Me a lot of the Ford 9N My Family bought in 1939 one of the first built, (alum. grill and hood, fan blows forward, with 4 spoke steering wheel) It was very handy, compared to F-20s and J D 'A's
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Found her out behind barn going to waste.Got her home done a little work to her and now she purr like a kitten. Bad thing every time I want to do something with her the wife ask's me what am I doing with her tractor..
  • 8N - these pics are to help ID my 8N...
  • 8N - to help ID my 8N
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Got it running today.
  • 1941 Ford 9N
  • 1941 Ford 9N - I DID ALL THE WORK MYSELF,BESIDES THE HEAVY STUFF LIKE TAKING OFF THE WEELS.IM SICK OF SEEING Ford 8N COLORS ON Ford 9N'S. BE BLESSED CHERIE
  • 51 Ford 8N/41 Ford 9N Engine - Just another shot. NOT a trailer queen but just my style.
  • 51 Ford 8N/41 Ford 9N Engine - Used daily for mowing, brush hogging,planting,and cultivating. (Chrome makes it go faster!)
  • 52 Ford 8N - Almost there. Shouldn't be too long now.
  • 52 Ford 8N - Almost there. Shouldn't be too long now.
  • Hay Wagon For 52 Ford 8N - Here's another one
  • Hay Wagon For 52 Ford 8N - Here's my little Hay Wagon I've been working on (Sears & Roebuck). It should look pretty good behind the Tractor. May be a little far fetched, but them grand babies love it.
  • 1949 8N Brush Hog
  • 8N 1949 - Brush hog drive shaft
  • Brush Hog On 8N - Following pictures show brush hog attachment - is this correct - plus shaft may be too long with ORC to pto 0 do I cut the shaft shorter?
  • Not Sure (8N)
  • Vintage Photo Ford 8N - doing something
  • Wagon For 52 Ford 8N - Thanks for the comments. It's been fun. I found it sitting back in the woods, across a ceek with a lot of junk on it. It still needs tires, but I'll do that this winter. Thanks again. Eddy
  • Wagon For 52 Ford 8N - This is how it looked the day I brought it home. We had a lot of fun with it this week end. I still don't have the Tractor back so, I used the 4 Wheeler.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Just finished this baby off,looks not to bad!
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Thanks for all the help to the guys at Just Ford 8N,s and John Smith,s great site
  • 1951 Ford 8N362467 - Engine ran well but oil was leaking by the oil cap when on load. The third sleeve was slack.
  • 1951 Ford 8N - This was done by my son and I about 2 years ago...we painted it with urethane paint and primer...set it up on jack and worked on it thru the winter. Engine was rebuilt, all gages,a little chrome here and there. Thanks for looking
  • Ford 8N263214 And Ford 8N362467 1950&1951 - Brother's meeting
  • 1940 Ford 9N - New to me this weekend
  • 1940 Ford 9N - Right side
  • 1940 Ford 9N - This is what sold the tractor to me. Howard low range!
  • 1944 Ford 2N
  • 8N Ford - Hyd Long Control Arm - hyd long control arm from top cover to pump
  • Ford 2N - I found this at a hardware store in Hobart, NY. Up close it looks like a Dodge 318 V8.
  • 1945 Ford 2N - I bought this tractor about two weeks ago for 350. All of it works, has no leaks, and the tires are in okay shape. The sheet metal needs extra attention and the fenders need replaced, but I think it's worth it.
  • 2N - steering diagram
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Engine - Internal View
  • 1944 Ford 2N --- After Painting - This is the color I wanted!! Thanks for looking
  • 47 Ford 2N 40 Ford 9N - The Ford portion of the 'herd'.
  • 51 Ford 8N - engine rebuild
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Crankshaft Pulley Bolt - This one takes a 1 3/8' socket.
  • 1941 Ford 9N
  • 1949 Ford 8N
  • 51 Ford 8N (2) - engine pistons & valves
  • 51 Ford 8N (3)
  • 51 Ford 8N (4)
  • 51 Ford 8N (5)
  • 51 Ford 8N (6)
  • 51 Ford 8N (7)
  • 52 Ford 8N - I finally got it home. Now I know how you guys feel. It's my first one & I'm hooked real bad now!! I think the gentleman did a fine job. Hope you guys enjoy. Thanks for everything! Eddy
  • 52 Ford 8N - One more.
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Damaged Crank Shaft Bearing Surface
  • 51 8N - Front axle with worn pin and bushing
  • 51 Ford 8N Main Nuts
  • 51 8N - Block Stamp
  • 51 8N - Block Stamp 2
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Back in the barn awaiting the next snow
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Grey & Blue Ford 2N with Red Ford 8N tool box
  • 8N Steering Box - Dismantled - I got this with a 2N parts tractor. Also have a new steering wheel. What would it be worth rebuilt?
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Sleeve Puller
  • 50 8N - Block Stamp
  • 1939 Ford 9N
  • 47 Ford 2N ? - Starting back
  • 8N
  • 1939 Ford 9N - The Mysterious Freeze Plugs... - That the 1939 9Ns supposedly do not have. Here is a pic WITH the serial number to proove they did.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - My first tractor - bought it in 2005 and finally finished working on it. 12 volt conversion, many new parts - runs great! I didn't do a complete rebuild as the machine was running well with very little leakage when I got it. Replaced a bunch of parts, cleaned it up real good and painted the whole thing. Should be good for a few more years - probably decades. One great tractor!
  • 1950 Ford 8N 8N286800 - Just started working on this one, It was my grandpa tractor.
  • 1948 Ford 8N Pedal Tractor W/ Trailer
  • 1948 Ford 8N Peddal Tractor
  • 1949 8N - Heads - Side view
  • 1949 8N - Old Head - New vs shaved head.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - This tractor was purchased in 2000 from a seed farmer who bought it used from a dealer in Albany Oregon in the 50's. He had it stripped down cleaned and painted at that time. The tractor has been garaged ever since when not in use.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - This Ford 8N has the hood tins stamped twice.I'm told that this is very rare the person I got the tractor from had sold fords for years and this is the only one he has seen.
  • 1940? Ford 9N - I think this is a 1940 but could be a 1941? Feller jus wanted ta git it outta his yard 'n gave it to me.
  • 8N - My Dad and his little brother with the Ford, notice the gang mower.
  • 8N - Same tractor 3 years later (1958) and with a little paint work done to it.
  • 9N, 2N, 8N - New Hood,Grill, Doglegs - Got these with a 2N I bought for parts. Need room and they have to go.
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Front Axle Support - Cleaned up, with a new custom made NLA kingpin.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - THis is an 8N I recently bought that has a backhoe and front loader. I'm not sure what make or model of backhoe this is as the id plate is all worn.
  • 51 Ford 8N - My son Tanner and me going for a ride at the gray TN tractor show on our 51 Ford 8N
  • 1953 Ford 8N - I am trying to find a replacement pump for this loader, It is a Wagner WM3 Serial Number 15221. I purchased the kit from this site for Wagner and Superior Loaders, but it will not fit the loader without some modification. http;//www.ytmag.com//store/product_files/L82710X_1834.htm Part number L827-10x The pump on it now keeps destroying seals, the shaft is rough and I think there is pressure leaking by inside the pump.
  • 1953 Ford 8N - Heres another picture of the Bracket Thanks
  • 1947 2N Ford - Valve Cleaning - Quicky and cheap way to clean sticky valves
  • 52 Ford 8N & Hay Wagon - Cleaning up the Fall decorations & having a ball.
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Front Axle
  • 1949 Ford 8N
  • 50 8N Ford Engine - Before Rebuild
  • 50 Ford 8N - Rebuilt Engine
  • Ford 8N - Runs great, Drives perfect.
  • 52 Ford 8N - I know this is probably not politically correct, but here goes... 'Merry Christmas' & hoping all your lifes are as fulfilled as mine. Eddy
  • 1952 Ford 8N - I just bought my Ford 8N about a month ago and this is my first tractor, but I'm planning on keeping it till the day I die.
  • 1943 Ford 2N - TWO YEARS SEARCHING PAID OFF, FOUND IT AT A FLEA MARKET, PAID FLEA MARKET PRICE. SO THEY ARE STILL OUT THERE,HAVE TO KEEP LOOKING.
  • 1948 Ford 8N After (Almost) - Still need to put the fenders on, and mount and wire the headlights.
  • 1948 Ford 8N Before
  • 1950 Ford 8N
  • 1950 Ford 8N
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Repaired Governor Shaft Arm - Not done completely, but here is the just of it.
  • 1947 2N - Headlight Wings
  • 1950 Ford 8N
  • 1947 2N - Farmerized Clutch Rod 1 - Actuating rod for 2N clutch made from all-thread rod front view
  • 1947 2N - Farmerized Clutch Rod Rear View
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Hear is an after picture of the 52 Ford 8N. Restoration took 1 year and all paint and body work was done by me. Special thanks to everyone on the Ford 9N 2N 8N discussion board for all their help and suggestions. I am proud to say I am the 4th generation driver.-Chris S.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - This is a before picture of the restoration of my Great-Grandfather's 1952 Ford 8N which was purchased new. It has seen 4 generations of drivers year to date.
  • 1947 2N - Throttle Lever - The throttle control lever on my 2N was worn flat and the throttle quadrant was well worn as well, causing the throttle to slip back to idle. This picture shows how I cut a short piece of poly tubing lengthwise, slipped it over the rod and cable tied it in place. The rod has stopped slipping, but the tubing will likely need replacing frequently. Just another example of “Farmerizing” or “Agricultural Engineering”
  • 1951 Model Ford 8N Tractor
  • 1951 Model Ford 8N Tractor
  • 8N - Hyd Control Arm - arm from top cover to pump control valve
  • Ford 51 Ford 8N Tractor & 1946 Spen Utility Trailer
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Finally got some snow, not enough to plow but I did anyway
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Pistons - Found the reason for all the blow-by!
  • Ford 8N 322308 - I just purchased this little gem for 8oo.oo on 12-08-07 After a new set of plugs.. it fired right up. Has blow by out of oil filler but plan to freshen it up and paint it this spring. stop by and take a look at my 1939? Case VAC and my 1950? Cletrack photos also. I LOVE THEM ALL.
  • 1944 Ford 2N - Pic. #2 of three pt. hitch with bar set-up and drawbar.
  • 1944 Ford 2N - Showing three pt. hitch with Stabilizer bars,Stay bars, and Drawbar for the 'N' series Fords.
  • 1945 Ford 2N - Katie is ready for work.
  • 1943 Ford 2N Serial# Ford 9N114017 - I just purchased this one a month ago. Looks good & runs good.
  • 1943 Ford 2N - Just Purchased!
  • 1952 Ford 8N With Arps Tracks And PHD - Just thought I'd post a few pics of my Ford 8N with the new posthole digger I got at TSC. THe phd worked well in rocky soil.
  • 1952 Ford 8N With Tracks And PHD
  • 1952 Ford 8N With Tracks And PHD - Another pic of my tractor
  • 78 Ford 3600 41 Ford 9N - Quality is not great on this since I used a cell phone, but I liked the way the photo was framed by the building roof. I was scraping out one of our horse run-in sheds.
  • 1947 Ford 2N
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Each year I work on this beast for 2 weeks and then spend about 2 hours mowing...but it sure is fun!
  • Ford 8N - I think this one had a bit of an engine fire as the battery is melted, as is the distributor, but it still has a swinging drawbar assembly on it...
  • 1946 Ford 2N - This is ole Nellie,she is working out perfect for maintaining our 5 acre parcel,we plan on making her look as good as new soon!
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Bought used by my grandfather. Hasn't run for about 20 years!
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Bought new by my grandfather. Rear wheels recently restored and repainted.
  • 1951 Ford 8N - Bought used by my grandfather in the early 50's with Dearborn loader.
  • 37 2N - This is on the front spindle looks like maybe over the nut
  • 1949 Ford 8N - After picture almost refinished.
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Was used to plow snow from BC Transit bus lots.Now almost refinished. Before picture.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Almost done! still neeeds decals and lights. I restored it for my grandfather who is the second owner.Every nut and bolt was taken apart.
  • 1948 Ford 8N Before Pic - Heres a pic of my grandfathers Ford 8N before I restored it. Thats Pap beside it.
  • 1944 Ford 2N - A good solid tractor just needs a little cosmetic help.
  • 1944, Ford 2N - Mounting Bracket Along Belly - This is a picture of one of the two matching mounting brackets along the belly of my 2n. They were on it when I bought it last year and I'm not sure what they are for. Belly mower maybe?
  • 1947 2N Ford - Clutch Actuator Rod - Why are these different? the top 2 have been ordered from ebay and a tractor dismantler. Both were listed as 9N clutch actuator rods. The bottom one is broken, but was 2.5 inches longer and came from my 1947 2N. Did they change the length of the rod when the 2N was made versus the 9N?
  • Heavy Object - Not 8N Related - I know this is not N related, but you guys are always helpful. I found this in my barn - looks like some old mill to grind sugarcane or something like that. It is heavy! There is writing on the metal, but I could not read it - I did make out some of the writing and in big letters it says 'St. Louis' so this was made in St. Louis I guess?
  • 195? 8N Ford - The guy was told not to try to brush hog on the hill side but he didn't listen and learned the hard way that it can be an expense trip to the hospital
  • 1951 Ford 8N - The guy was told not to brush hog on the hill be he didn&039;t listen and ended up in the hospital
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Dawg
  • 1940 Ford 9N - At the tractor pull last april
  • 1946 Ford 2N - Gett'n ready to drill post holes for the new barn.
  • 1950 Ford 8N
  • 1950 Ford 8N
  • 9N Ford - What is this&063; Has a serial &035;BNO 252467
  • 1950 Ford 8N
  • 1950 Ford 8N
  • 46 Ford 2N - Raising her up right!
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Air Pre-Cleaner - pre-cleaner jar replacement (Wylers bullion jar)
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Original Radiator - After dipped and repaired.
  • 1941 Ford 9N Raking Hay - THIS FORD ORIGINALY BELONGED TO MY GREAT GRANDFATHER AND IS USED EVERY YEAR FOR RAKING .THE RAKE I GOT GIVEN TO ME FOR FREE LAST YEAR.
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Old man snow plowing
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Snow plowing
  • 1950 Ford 8N - My Ford 8N before the snow
  • 1950 Ford 8N - My first Ford 8N been a real project for me.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Snow Shovel
  • 1950 Ford 8N - This is my first one
  • '46 2N - Another veiw.
  • '46 2N - This is how I keep my clutch from sticking.
  • 1946 2N - Starter - Starter bushing in the end plate chewed up by flywheel.
  • 48 Ford 8N
  • 1950 Ford 8N - 1950 Ford 8N shown with landscape rake.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Tractor only used for pulling hay rakes, manure spreaders and tobacco slides. PTO never used. Still has original PTO cap.
  • 41 Ford 9N Modified - not original but functional cab and fisher plow
  • 1951 8N Ford - This is what can happen if you try to brush hog side to side on a hill
  • 1949 Ford 8N V8 Flathead
  • 1951 Ford 8N - I GOT THIS ONE FROM THE SCRAPYARD NOW NEED TO RESTOR IT
  • 1951 Ford 8N - Just got this tractor. I've never owned one. and it's so easy to drive, even my son Matthew likes to drive it. It's in perfect working working condition with no known issues. (although it could use a fresh coat of paint.) According to the guy I bought it from, it's all original and always kept in a barn.
  • 1939 Ford 9N Tractor
  • 1939 Ford 9N Tractor
  • 1939 Ford 9N Tractor - a lot of hours went into this one .tell me what you think
  • 1939 Ford 9N Tractor - graders blade to match
  • 1951 Ford 8N - My son ready to do some work
  • 1951 Ford 8N - Warm Weather
  • 1951 Ford 8N - Warm Weather
  • 1944 Ford 2N - i am done with the Ford 9N time to start the2N.tell me what u think the color should be.
  • 1944 Ford 2N - look at this homemade grill it getting trashed!!!
  • 1944 Ford 2N - posing as a Ford 8N
  • 50 Ford 8N & 54 NAA - In the shade and sheltered.
  • Ford 8N - WORKING GIRL
  • 1947 2N ? - More Gen Pictures
  • 1947 2N ? - More Gen Pictures
  • 1947 2N ? - More Gen Pictures
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Front end loader
  • 1952 Ford 8N - front end loader
  • 1940S 2N - Front End Cover - Help #2
  • 1940S 2N - Front End Gears - I need help identifying the rubbing cause pictured here
  • Ford 8N 1949 - Top - See split sleeve
  • 1941 Ford 9N - Strong little tractor with the chains on. Easy start even at -5. The 3 pt. wakes up slow at those low temps. i am considering changing the fluids for summer/winter use. This was a PA tractor that moved with us to Maine. He has plenty of company up here as well. The closest neighbor has a well restored Ford 9N with sickle bar.
  • 1947 2N - Orc Cover 1 - ORC cover made from 4' ABS pipe
  • 1947 2N - Orc Cover 2
  • 1947 2N Ford - Another View Of Orc Cover
  • 1941 Ford 9N-Ferguson - This is a picture of the tractor after all the mechanical work had been completed. I decided to give the old girl a fresh paint job with new decals. This was done in 2000 and since then, this tractor has been featured in 'Livestock Connection' a newspaper in Texas running a story about restoring old tractors. The tractor has also made appearances in parades, and local tractor shows. She is still plowing snow in the winter, and mowing the pasture in the summer.
  • 1941 Ford 9N-Ferguson - This tractor was bought in elmwood nebraska for 600 in 1995. It was a running working tractor plus had a blade with it. This is a picture of our oldest daughter in the seat as I am looking the tractor over before I bought it. My wife was the photographer....
  • 1947 2N - Cracked Carb
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Operators Manual - An interesting find on the inside cover of my newly acquired 1948 Ford 8N Operators Manual.
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Repaired Block Crack - I used a die grinder and grinding wheel to grind out a 'V' in the crack, cleaned good with brake cleaner and alcohol, then filled with JB Weld and sprinkled sand on top while wet to simulate the cast iron.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Air Cleaner - This is a heavy duty diesel engine air cleaner that I adapted to fit our 8N tractors.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - i love this tractor
  • Ford 8N 1950 - in work
  • Ford 8N 1950 - test run
  • Ford 8N Year - rolling out
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Salvaged 12 volt Alternator & Regulator
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Salvager 12 volt Alternator & Regulator
  • 1947 ? 2N - Hood - Rust through on hood
  • 1950 Ford 8N - I rescued this tractor from the mountains of Somerset Ky. It was to be my keeper, but now it's for sale. I'm working on a 1963 Ford 2000. edsgoat@hotmail.com
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Repaired Exhaust Port - Built up corroded area around the rear exhaust port.
  • 1947 2N - Berkey Carb
  • Ford 8N 1950 - draft parts
  • Ford 8N 1950 - no draft parts
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Crankshaft Damage
  • 1944 Ford 2N Furgerson Se # Ford 9N144988 - Motor out for repair. makeing progress
  • 1944 Ford 2N Furgerson Se # Ford 9N144988 - Wanted Farmall Bought this
  • Came From 2N Ford Going On 1944 2N - Hood Grill & Side Panels - hood had smalldents side panels one had rustout about the size of an idaho baker cut metal and welded in .
  • 1949 8N - Valve Tool
  • 1950 Ford 8N - I stripped down the whole chassis, hood, and fenders. I repainted the pieces, and rewired it. It was my first repaint but I can't wait until the next one.
  • 52 Ford 8N - I've been looking for one of these. Little did I Know my uncle had one. It's mine now. I'll paint it come spring.
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Installed Crankshaft
  • Ford 9N - Early Cast Iron Governor 1
  • Ford 9N - Early Cast Iron Governor 2
  • 1951 Ford 8N - Clutch Parts - We split our 8n and in the bottom of the housing were the two parts with the arrow. Anybody know what they are?
  • 1948 Ford 8N - This is a before picture of my tractor I will be adding more pictures later, my wife nicknamed my tractor 'Henry'
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Silver Soldered Oil Pickup Tube - My repair job.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - My wife wanted to take a unique picture of a litter of Golden Retriever puppies. This is the result!
  • 39 Ford 9N - 12v - 12v Pictogra
  • 39 Ford 9N - 12V Pictogra
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Early Aluminum Timing Cover Damage - I think this was from leaking radiator water from the water pump mounted above it.
  • 1948 Ford 8N With Front Loader - Bought the tractor in good running condition. Has the Sherman Transmission. I have done some paint work and put on the Wagner Front end Loader. Pretty Cool I think
  • 1947 Ford 8N - We call her Daisy
  • 1947 2N Ford - Governor Housing
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Saturday out at the barn...!
  • 52 Ford 8N - painted with Case Farmall 2150 red.
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Lift Arm Check Chains - Cleaned with straight white vinegar.
  • 1947 2N - Governor Arm Base
  • 1947 2N - Governor Inner Arm With JB Weld
  • 1951 8N - never drive along a hill only up or down
  • 1951 Ford 8N - Transmisson Fill Plug - This is a picture of the transmiossion cover but it does not have the screw on fill plug. Does anyone know any thing about this type of plug?
  • 9N 2N 8N - Steel Wheels
  • 8N --- I Think - Radiators - Not sure of the condition. The one on the left has at least one hole in the cores.
  • 1946 Ford 2N
  • 1946 Ford 2N
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Flushing out radiator with 'blow' side of wet/dry vac
  • 52 Ford 8N - There was 12'-14' of snow yesterday. This is what it looks like today. It hit almost 50 today. At least I got to play some.
  • 1950 Ford 8N With Proofmeter - CYCLONE AIR FILTER
  • 1950 Ford 8N With Proofmeter - HERE IS MY Ford 8N WHAT YOU THINK?
  • 1947 Ford 2N Dumping Rock
  • 1947 Ford 2N Moving Rock
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Cracked Intake Valve Area - Any problem?
  • 1944 Ford 2N
  • 1946 Ford Model Ford 2N - My tractor equipped with 'N'-Complete dual exhaust/crossover manafold system. Also, Cockshutt rear wheel weights. Tires loaded with calcium chloride on inside and mud on the outside! 3600 lbs. as it sits. Mr. Bob
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Lift arms and stablizer bars.
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Axel pin bushing worn out
  • 47 Ford 8N/Funk 6 Cyl - My son bought this several weeks ago. It needs a little TLC but runs smooth.
  • 47 Ford 8N/Funk 6 Cyl - My sons purchase last month. Runs smooth but needs some tlc. Sorry the last picture didnt work.
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Unusual Block Stamp - I found this on the corner of my early '39 9N block.
  • 1944 Ford 2N - I bought this tractor about a year ago, for clearing snow. I intend on restoring it to its original color(Dark Grey)
  • 1944 Ford 2N - I bought this tractor about a year ago, for clearing snow. I intend on restoring it to its original color(Dark Grey)
  • Late 40'S Ford 8N W Or One Arm Loader - Late 40's Ford 8N w or one arm loader
  • 1947 Ford 2N ? - After more than 8 years in the shop We were able to put it back to work
  • 47 Ford 2N - Getting a new clutch and some TLC
  • 48N Back Dash - It all started with a broken axle. Mission creep is easy when you have another working tractor.
  • 48N New Paint - It's taken 4-5 yrs to get this far. A little here, a little there. You know.
  • 48N - I've been working on this for 4-5 yrs. Finally ready to put sheet metal on soon. Tires are next.
  • 50 Ish 8N - Random - random
  • 50 Ish 8N - Random - random
  • 50 Ish 8N - handle - Help identify
  • 50 Ish 8N - pto - PTO Shaft
  • 50 Ish 8N - random - random shot
  • 50 Ish 8N - unknown - parts
  • 50 Ish 8N - Torque tube
  • 50 Ish 8N - Unknown part
  • 50 Ish 8N - Unknown
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Engine Stand - Probably not the safest...
  • 1941 Ford 9N - Restored except motor. Runs great! Still needs fenders.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Just finished a new coat of paint to maker her as pretty as she runs.
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Removing Sheared Off Manifold Studs - Works like a charm. Weld a nut on the end and wrench it off.
  • 1943 Ford 2N - Arrived in the UK in 1943 as part of the Lend-Lease program. Purchased by me in 1995 and restored.
  • 1940 9N - Howard - Can't get it to come loose!
  • 1940 9N - Howard - The other Pic
  • 9N - Air Bath Breather W/Bail - In great shape
  • 9N - Air Bath Breather - Good shape
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Early 9N Air Cleaner Tube
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Early 9N Air Cleaner
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Odd Air Cleaner Openings
  • 1941 Ford 9N - 500 purchase w/sherman
  • 1939 Ford 9N 1950 Ford 8N - THE END PRODUCTS.
  • 1939 Ford 9N Tractor - LORD IT'S HARD TO BE HUMBLE WHEN YOUR PREFECT IN EVERY WAY.HAHA
  • 1939 Ford 9N Tractor - SETTING THE BAR HIGHER
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Plowing again after 2 yrs of slow restoration work
  • Ford 8N 1950 - Repaired manifold
  • Ford 8N - Project Resoration of Ford 8N perkins P3 Diesel
  • 1939 Ford 9N
  • Ford 1948 Ford 8N - Drawbar
  • 1948 8N - castle nut or trumpet housing
  • 1944 2N - Restored - Came with a parts tractor I bought
  • Ford 8N - This tractor is a Ford 8N with a Ford 9N engine. I hope someone can help me figure out what year the tractor is. I think about a 1948 or so.
  • 1939 Ford 9N
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Juat completed painting. Also rebuilt the hydraulics, steering box, and the governor.
  • 1946 Ford 2N - Fred
  • 1941 Ford 9N - Old tractors never seem to grow old but little boys grow up to be Grandpa's. Our 8 year old is now driving. They say a boy can start driving when he knows how to turn it on and shut it off. I feel he needs to be able to reach the pedals and know what to do with them when he needs to. Here is our little young adult getting ready to drive the Ford 9N. I know it's not painted like a Ford 9N should be but it's the way we bought it.
  • Ford 8N - This is my new Girl.
  • 1944 Ford 2N - Still Farming with this workhorse.
  • Ford 2N 1943? - Burrs on PTO shaft. Need ground down in order to slip on new sleeve?
  • '48 8N Ford - Is this left link the right one? If I line up the leveling mark the right side is way high.
  • '48 8N - When I removed the drum, I found these "Spacers?". Are they supposed to be there?
  • Ford 8N - Solenoid - i post and no s post
  • 1941 Ford 9N - Picture of the SPIDER (that is what it looks like to me!)
  • 1950 Ford 8N - daughter's first plow day
  • 1949 Ford 8N And 1958 Ford 741 - I recently bought the Ford 8N it's pending engine work and restoration. The 741 was completed April 2008.
  • 1941 Ford 9N - How about Margaret for a name?
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Resoration Progress
  • Ford 1940 Ford 9N - Old faithful in the begining.Long way to go.
  • Ford 1940 Ford 9N - Old faithful possing in front of our tree house after doing the garden.
  • Ford 9N 1941 - stinger - Stinger bolt assembly
  • Ford 1940 Ford 9N - Old faithful possing again with 10 years old isaiah he is a excellent operator.
  • Ford 1940 Ford 9N - Old faithful rear veiw with the OG spring tooth that works excelent.
  • 1941 Ford 9NFORD - very strong and tough tractor
  • Ford 3600 860 960 Ford 8N 8N Ford 8N TO20 And Prince And Buck - My Horsepower on Workhorse Farm
  • Ford 2N 1947 - Not too much of a technology guy.
  • Ford 2N 1947 - Not too much of a technology guy.
  • 50 (I Think) Ford 8N
  • 1946 Ford 2N - new ride
  • 8N 1946 - controls
  • 8N 1946 - side view
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Alternator Bracket Mod 2
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Alternator Bracket Mod
  • 1950 Ford 8N - This tractor belonged to my grand father and aunt. To the best of my knowledge it is completely original and has been repainted one time. I have the original Dearborn plow that came with it. I use it to run an AGCO 3 pt hitch finish mower to keep it limbered up. - Doug Kelly
  • 2N 1946 - pics
  • 1949 Ford 8N Ugly Bumper - One ugly bumper. But, it works.
  • Ford 2N 1947 - Old PTO Shaft - What's wrong with this picture?
  • Ford 2N 1947 - Old - See anything wrong?
  • Ford 2N 1947 - Old - See anything wrong?
  • Ford 2N 1947 - Old - See anything wrong?
  • Ford 2N 1947 - Old - What's wrong with this picture?
  • 1949 Ford 8N
  • Ford 8N 1950 - Radius - bent
  • Ford 8N 1950 - Before Restoration
  • Ford 8N 1950 - Before Restoration
  • Ford 8N 1950 - before Restoration
  • Ford 8N 1950 - restoration
  • Ford 8N 1950 - restoration
  • 1941 Ford 9N - My first tractor (and tractor project). It runs well, just harrowed and cut the old grass from last years pasture. First, a cosmetic restoration.
  • 1941 Ford 9N - Picture from the other side.
  • 50 Ford 8N
  • 50 Ford 8N - Back blade
  • 1949 8N - Right - Ground away "ear" on right side of tractor.
  • 1949 8N - Worn - Chewed up brake "ear" from right side of 8n tractor
  • '47 Ford 2N - With a Chevy V6!
  • 1940 9N - I guess I shouldn't have preassure washed it. I never would have known.
  • 1959 8N With Scout Backhoe - This is my 8N with back hoe. It doesn't get used much but sure is handy to have around
  • 47 Ford 2N - Chevy V6 and Sherman.
  • 9N? - 9N oil return
  • 9N? - Found on craigslist. Was told it was a Ford 9N. Looks like a Ford 2N from here
  • 9N? - The serial number makes a Ford 9N!
  • 1951 8NB - Pump - Cracked housing
  • 52 Ford 8N - First bath of the spring for tractor & wifes new toy. She wants it painted red w/ gray racing stripes. No problem. Eddy
  • 1951 8NB - Pump - Cracked in PTO area
  • 52 Ford 8N - Engine Part? - A ring like this was in the bottom of the oil bucket after an oil change. It's about the size of a quarter.
  • Ford 9N
  • Ford 9N - Ford 9N Ferguson system,3 speed, 6 lug nuts, you have to pull out a small knob and push a starter button to get it to start. no key ignitition. Can't read # on engine
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Progress
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Block Crack
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Here is the Ford 8N after I got it running. I have a bushhog for it and plan on my two boys driving it before restoration begins. Three generations on this tractor, four when I have grandchildren. This is the Holiday setup.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - I found this Ford 8N that My dad owned over 50 years ago. According to the owner my Dad sold this Ford 8N to buy a Ford 9N with loader. I plan on restoring after both my sons drive it in this condition. i had not ran for 5 years but purrs like a kitten now, even the Cable operated Sherman Transmission is in good shape.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Nicholas taking the Ford 8N for a spin
  • 1946 Ford 2N - Had a broken sleeve when I bought it, fixed that now a very handy tractor.
  • 1947 2N - Front Distributor Points - Proper installation configuration for point on front distributor 2N
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Found on craigs list mechanically sound but needs some TLC - which I am giving now.
  • 1949 8N Tractor Seat - And Another
  • 1949 8N Tractor Seat - Another view
  • 1949 8N Tractor Seat - I am trying to determine if this seat was an option for the 8N in 1949
  • 1950? Ford 8N - Another profile....drove this girl in the cul-de-sac and had 3 old timers telling me stories of their boyhood days on the farm....
  • 1950? Ford 8N - Fell in love right away....wife has some competition...
  • 1950? Ford 8N - Pretty girl...no matter what angle..
  • 1950? Ford 8N - Was going to buy a plow for my pick-up....saw this pretty girl and baught it instead!
  • Ford 8N 1949 - King Pin
  • Ford 8N 1949 - Old bushing still in Front
  • Ford 8N 1949 - Parts that I removed
  • Ford 8N 1950 - Old pic
  • 1941 Ford 9N
  • Ford 8N 1948 - here is the picture i found hope it comes up
  • 1949 8N - Lift Cyl
  • 1949 8N - Lift Piston
  • 49 Ford 8N-Expearimental Tricicle-Tractor - It will have a Ford flat head V8 installed from a 53 F100 pickup!!! wahoooo!!!!!!!!!!!
  • 52 Ford 8N - Painted the little Hay Wagon to match the tractor. What do you think? I had open heart surgery a few weeks ago (5 bypasses) and I got bored. Can't wait to get up full steam.
  • Ford 2N - Under differential drawbar on Ford 2N
  • Ford 2N - underdiffy drawbar
  • Ford 2N - underdiffy drawbar
  • Ford 8N 1948 - 8N Front End Loader
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Lift Technique For Filled Tires - I used this chain arrangement with my load leveler on my shop crane to lift and rotate the tire/wheel to mount to the rear hub.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - 8N Brake Shoe things to pay attention to.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Bought from a friend of mine, he did a great job of restoration. It's what I learned to drive on.
  • 1949 8N - Rear Wheel Bolts
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Can anyone tell me what type of wheels are on the front of this tractor? I understand they are not original Ford 8N wheels....
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Has Sherman step-down tranmission, Good rubber
  • 50 8N - Altinator - top and bottom brackes
  • 1952 Ford 8N - I am 3rd owner, tractor was sold new about five miles from here. It has less than 1500 actual hours. Has HI-LO Sherman.I pull it in antique tractor pulls.
  • 52 Ford 8N - This is the tractor was bought by my great uncle, Wesley Geer, back in 1954. I drove it alot in tobacco field and hay field.
  • 1949 8N - Hyd Top Cover
  • 1941 Ford 9N - MY FAVERITE TOY!!
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Daniel and Euna return from a drive
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Daniel driving Granddad's 48 Ford 8N
  • 1950 Ford 8N - This is my grandfather's tractor.He use it for everiting.He learn me how to drive it,it is real pleasure.
  • 1941 Ford 9N
  • 8N - New Bumper
  • 1947 9N - Knees - My Current
  • 1948 8N - Inside the hood
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Great worker. Getting it ready to finish restoration
  • 1946 2N - BUSHING or SPACER ?
  • 1946 2N - BUSHING
  • 1946 2N - King Pin Picture
  • 1946 2N - king pin back
  • 2N 1946 - 9N733B - BUSTED
  • 2N 1946 - no - no wheels, no pto
  • 2N 1946 - Brakes - Need some new pads as well!
  • 49 8N - Carburetor - Adjustment under load
  • 1944 Ford 2N - The little tractor is a real workhorse.
  • 8N 1950? - 8N - 8N in progress
  • 8N 1950? - 8N - 8N in progress
  • 8N 1950? - 8N - 8N in progress
  • 1950 Ford 8N
  • 51 Ford 8N - after
  • 51 Ford 8N - before
  • 1952 Ford 8N - At first I could not locate the appropriate color (sunrise red) in quart cans. So we opted to paint her at first with Rustoleum 'Safety Red' But it was from the boss that she was way to brite for human eyes....so back to the store to try the Valspar brand of 'Ford Red'. Here is the pic of the first attempt. In the end the beast has 2 or 3 coats of primer 2 coats of 'Safety Red' and another 2 coats of 'Ford Red' So now the beast looks like she was dipped in plastic!
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Fresh out of the barn and ready for the big party. This is Sue's tractor that had a blown head gasket. After fixing that we decided to clean her up a bit. 60 (or thereabouts) hours later....this is what we have.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Here is what she looked like after we power washed her and sanded her prior to primer application
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Here she is after 2 or 3 coats of rustoleum primer This is the critical step to any reasonable paint job. Proper prep!
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Oil Galley Plug - The one on the left for my '39 is a different design than the right side off my 1948 8N.
  • 1944 Ford 2N - PTO - This is the PTO I have in my 2N
  • 8N - CS-130 Alt. - Used this Alt instead of a 10si
  • 8N - CS-130 Different Angle
  • 8N - Live Thang - It works!
  • Not Sure Ford 2N 9N - It has an Ford 8N on the block next to the starter motor, but everything else looks like a Ford 2N or Ford 9N.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - transmission
  • 1948 8N - Problems with lift top
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Dash Wiring
  • 8N - Dual Wheel Adaptors - Dual Wheel Adaptors
  • Early 1948 Ford 8N Tractor - Another angle
  • Early 1948 Ford 8N Tractor - I just bout this a couple of weeks ago. I plan to fix it up some working on it with my hubby. Also plan to do some lite mowing in our fields. 'I LOVE MY Ford 8N FORD TRACTOR'
  • Early 1948 Ford 8N Tractor - The Before Pics...
  • 8N - Head Tork Seq
  • Ford 1948 8N - Engine block rebuild
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Me and Alex are going to fix er up
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Oooo Uuuk
  • 2N - Are theas from R.S.Horner Universal Wheel co.
  • 2N - Are theas from R.S.Horner Universal Wheel co.
  • Ford 2N - Are theas from the R.S.Horner Universal Wheel co.
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Dad and Son
  • 1947 Ford 2N - this is a work in progress to put it mildly.havent found much that isnt broken.this is gonna take a while haha
  • 1949 8N - Rebuild Kit
  • 50 Ford 8N - must sell 50 Ford 8N
  • Ford 1947 Ford 2N - Thanks for everybodys help !!
  • My 50 Ford 8N - must sell
  • 8N - bearing for steering shaft. part no?
  • 8N - broken fitting inside steering shaft? Not OEM, what is OEM part?
  • 8N - right or left handed steering column?
  • 1948 8N - Stuck in 1st gear
  • 50 8N - Seat - Creek
  • 50 8N - Low Water Bridge
  • 1939 9N - crankshaft - here is pic of mine
  • Ford 1939 9N - here is three more pix 1crankchaft pulley 2 front of shaft 3 pump on loader
  • Ford 1939 9N - crank - crank shaft
  • Ford 1948 8N - here is a pic to help
  • Ford 1948 8N - hope this helps
  • Ford 1948 8N - hope this helps
  • Ford 1948 8N - hope this helps
  • Ford 1948 8N - hope this helps
  • Ford 1948 8N - hope this helps
  • Ford 8N 1952 - underside of upperlift cover
  • 8N - Wiring Diagrams
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Restoration Status
  • 1948 8N - Cam On Ram Arm
  • 1948 8N - Hydraulic Control Arm
  • 1948 8N - Lift Top
  • 1948 8N - Touch Spring
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Yes the ugly wiring job has been redone since this picture was taken.
  • 48 Ford 8N - another
  • 48 Ford 8N - try again
  • Ford 8N 1952 - rock shaft arm stiff
  • Ford 8N 48 - almost done
  • My 49 Ford 8N And Case 1030 CK - The Case is for sale if anyone is interested. 4500 dollars...everything works good on it...runs great. jbolton0@gmail.com
  • 48 Ford 8N - pic
  • 51 Ford 8N - Getting ready for the ghosts & goblins.
  • Ford 8NAN - My two Ford 8NAN tractors. Tractors in good mechanical condition. One with original Firestone 10-28 rear tires.
  • 1939 9N Ford - Saved this one from the scrap man. Not sure if there enough of it left to fix up but you never know
  • 1948 8N - piston - Closeup of NAA piston
  • 1948 8N - piston - piston comparison
  • 1949 8N - Lift Cyls
  • 1939 9N Ford #2 - another one
  • 1939 9N Ford #3 - From the back
  • 1939 9N Ford - Not stuck but sure is in trouble and missing a lot of parts
  • Ford 8N 1952 - PTO - Is this how to get'r out?
  • Make Model And YEAR49 Ford 8N - Your comments here49 Ford 8N
  • Make Model And YEAR49 Ford 8N - Your comments here49 Ford 8N
  • Ford 8N 1952 - PTO - another failed attempt
  • Ford 8N 1952 - 7086? - How do you replace this?
  • 9N - Fan - cut off
  • 9N - h - a
  • 9N - misc - he ha
  • 9N - radiator - Smashed radiator
  • 1948 Ford 8N - This tractor belonged to a friend. He had it for around 38 years. He only used it about 10 to 20 hours a year since he had it. It caught on fire this year and he decided that he did'nt want to put any money in it so I bought it from him for 600.00. I am in the process of making any repairs and repainting. I will post more pictures later.
  • 1951 Ford 8N With Arps Half Tracks & Wagner Loader
  • 1947 Ford 8N Tractor - 1947 Ford 8N Tractor Just found out my tractor is a late 1947-early 1948....is there such a thing? -------8N24447*-------
  • 1947 Ford 8N Tractor - 1947 Ford 8N Tractor
  • 1947 Ford 8N Tractor - 1947 Ford 8N Tractor
  • 1947 Ford 8N Tractor
  • 2N - Govner - Govener
  • 8N - 1
  • 51 Ford 8N - Probably won't stay on there for long, but it was fun. I'm doing better, so a lot of stuff is getting painted.
  • 51 Ford 8N - Thought you all might enjoy. I originally thought the tractor was a 52, but checking closer (you just barely could make out the serial #) it is a 51.
  • 8N - desf
  • 1948 8N - 3 piont log spliter
  • 1948 8N - install aux hydraulic ?
  • 1947 Ford 8N Tractor - My little cutie.
  • 1947 Ford 8N Tractor - Our new addition to the farm.
  • 1947 Ford 8N Tractor - Our new addition to the farm.
  • 1947 Ford 8N Tractor - our new addition to the farm.
  • Ford 1952 8N - Sherman - How do you pull out old seals?
  • Ford 1952 8N - Step - extracted
  • 1949 8N - Where does it go?
  • 50 8N - wiring
  • 50 8N - Wiring diagramss
  • 1950 Ford 8N With Back Hoe - Been on the farm since the mid 80s, does not get used much but I do still use it when I need to dig a hole
  • 1950 Ford 8N With Back Hoe - Just a good old tracor that I use on the farm it does not get used much but when you need to dig a hole most of the time it will start and run well
  • 1951 8N Up A Tree - Heres why you should never drive a tractor on a hill side that is steep and also why you should have an ORC. In this case he did have an ORC but he tried to brush hog on a steep hill side
  • 1951 8N Up A Tree - Heres why you should not drive on a hill side or run a brush hog with out an ORC.
  • 8N - Temp - Lazy temp gauge install
  • 8N - gh
  • 9N What Is It?
  • 9N What Is It?
  • 9N What Is It?
  • 9N What Is It?
  • 9N What Is It?
  • 1941 Ford 9N - Bought brand new in 1941. Had it restored about 15 years ago has been kept inside.Runs like it just came off the line
  • 1943 Ford 2N (Another View)
  • 1943 Ford 2N
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Broken Stud Removal Part Two - The stud removed with a wrench.
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Broken Stud Removal - First step is to weld a nut to the broken stud.
  • 47 Ford 2N - missing parts
  • 1948 Ford 8N
  • 1948 Ford 8N
  • 1952 Ford 8N
  • '48 Ford 8N Carburator - What's the screw on the bottom? (see arrow)
  • Ford 8N Carburator - What's the 'screw' shown by arow?
  • 1952 Ford 8N - My 93 year old Mother In Law on my 1952 FORD Ford 8N
  • 1948 Ford 8N - This is 'Woewoe', an Ford 8N Mfg Nov 1947. It hasn't had some of the mistreatment that is so common. He works for a living, not a trailer queen. I don't need a therapist, I have an N!!!
  • 2N Duals #2
  • 2N Duals
  • 40 9N - help identify
  • 1942 Ford 9N - Here's a photo I hope?!
  • 508N - wiring diagrams
  • 1944 2N - starter - Sand blast media in starter
  • 8N Spreadsheet Page 1 - Dave Bross Spreadsheet Page 1
  • 1952 Ford 8N Oil Filter Housing Missing - This is the left side of the 8N engine. It's missing the oil filter housing. Can I add one?
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Bought this Ford 8N from a friend who used to mow a church yard and field needed a lot of work before i could drive or work with it now she runs like a dream could use some paint well maybe later on
  • 1944 2N - Does a bolt go here or what is the hole for?
  • Ford 9N 1942 - What's this tube?
  • 1945 BR And 1947 Ford 8N - Parade tractors
  • 39 Ford 9N - Nice N
  • 50 8N - Snow - This might help
  • 928N - 250?
  • 508N - What
  • 1950 Ford 8N - That's my "Jenny"
  • Ford 2N 1947 - Help Identify the Loader Please
  • 1942 Ford 9N - More final paint
  • 1942 Ford 9N - More of the final paint
  • 1942 Ford 9N - More of the final paint
  • 1942 Ford 9N - Originally when i bought this tractor it had been painted the typical red and grey, which is not original, so i wanted to put it back close to origianl, I went lighter in the color then the original, it should be much darker for a '42', more pics to follow.
  • 50 8N - Snow - Baby got new shoes
  • 50 8N - Snow - More Pics
  • 1940S Ford 8N & Ford 9N Look Real Nice - Here are a couple of old timers that have been worked on in one regard or another. The Ford 9N has had some restoration in the metal but runs great, starts first time and is a real work horse, for a 20 horse tractor. The Ford 8N is a real bueaty that has been restore cosmetically but is probably the worst running tractor you can find. Someone thought they were doing a good job just making it look pretty, they forgot it should also run!
  • 1944 Ford 2N - Took six years but here it is. I hope it inspires others to improve their iron
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Almost Done!
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Aunt Bettie 1996
  • 50 8N - 3 - Home Made
  • 50 8N - 3 - works
  • 50 8N - more pic
  • Ford 1944 Ford 2N - Completed after 6 years. Cranked up with no problem once I cleaned the starter of the blasting media.
  • Ford 2N 1944 - completed Ford 2N
  • Ford 2N 1944 - completed Ford 2N
  • Ford 2N 1944 - profile shot in the sun
  • Ford 2N 1944 - underneath photo of completed restoration
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Closeup of fuel delivery system.
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Good to the last drop
  • 1950 Ford 8N - nifty lift
  • 1952 Ford 8N
  • 48 8N - 48 Ford 8N with sherman trans? Which sherman do I have?
  • Ford 8N 1052 - spring yoke needed
  • 50 8N - Oil Co. Sign
  • 1940 Ford 9N - Just a picture of her at the sandblasting and painting place.
  • Ford 2N - even more pics
  • 1950 Ford 8N - This tractor needed a lot of TLC when I got it. It runs great.
  • 8N - fdg
  • 1848 Ford 8N - ....this is the bottom side of each...
  • 1940 Ford 9N - Just another picture of my Ford 9N. Although its a sin, I did paint it Ford 8N colors. I thought it looked better. The cost for the blasting and painting was a little more than we expected... around 1800
  • 1948 Ford 8N - which post on the old VR matches with which post on the new one...?
  • 1939 Ford 9N Tractor - Oil Pump Safety Wire
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Before restoration Ford 8N 24342. Won Blue ribbon in parade. See other photo after restoration.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Finished Restoration of Ford 8N 24342 (By-the-way the serial # is a palendrome.)
  • Ford 9N - What is this part that was Attached using one of the bolts connecting the main split?
  • 1948 Ford 8N - After restoration, this tractor belonded to may dad. I found it by accident in an old barn close to where I grew up. Did not take much to get it running. Daniel and Nicholas( my two boys)helped in restoration and drove it before and after, three generations on the 'N'.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Before restoration, we had just pulled out of the cattle barn. This tractor belonged to may dad. I found it by accident in an old barn close to where I grew up. Did not take much to get it running. Daniel and Nicholas( my two boys)helped in restoration and drove it before and after, three generations on the 'N'.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Tractor on its 'Holiday Time Off' The N mows and cultivates on our mini farm near Bohon, KY.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Rear view with plow ready to work
  • 1939 Ford 9N Tractor - 32 Hat Rims - Still has the original cadmium plating on most of it.
  • 1940 Ford 9N - After overhauling the engine, pistons, rings, and cleaning the head.
  • 1940 Ford 9N - Engine off of tractor with the head off.. and pistons out.
  • 1940 Ford 9N - Taking the engine off.
  • 1940 Ford 9N - Tractor before sandblasting, right after it arrived at the place. as far as i know i think it was painted red and grey back in the 60's. But was obviously originally grey like all the others.
  • 1950 Ford 8N
  • 2009 Boomer Ford 8N - the "new" Ford 8N
  • 2008 Boomer Ford 8N
  • 1939 Ford 9N Tractor - Ford Script On Bushing - Found on a bushing removed from a 1939 9N axle.
  • 1949 8N - Delco 10SI Regulator - Self exiciting regulator for 1-wire alternator that starts charging at 400 rpm.
  • Ford 8N - what is this on my ford 8n under hydraulic lift lever
  • 2N - Exploded Diagram Of Center Housing - pinion tube
  • 1944 2N Ford - Anyone know anything about this cover that goes under battery door?
  • 1944 Ford 2N - Battery - Mine before adding the smaller decal
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Camshaft Locking Ring
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Repaired Camshaft Slot
  • 1949 8N - unknow harrow
  • ??? Ford 2N (Second One) - Could not find numbers on the engine, where should I be looking?Has PTO and hydraulics, 3 speed trans.Wondering year, model and will be adversting it for sale so price.I have attached a picture, I have some other pics as well so please email david (that special at symbol) dragonsong 'period' ca.
  • ??? Ford 2N - On the left side left side of the trans at join to the engine are then numbers 0256. Also on the left side of the engine is 2N? (could not read the third digit). The grill is missing a small oval badge and below that it says 'Ferguson System' (I have pictures). It is a good running tractor with a working PTO and hydraulics. 3 speed trans.Wondering year, model and will be adversting it for sale so price.I have attached a picture, I have some other pics as well so please email david (that special at symbol) dragonsong 'period' ca.
  • ???? Ford 2N (I Think) - hoping to ID this tractor
  • ???? Ford 2N - Hoping to ID this tractor, yes it is a second one. I have posted under Help ID forum.Thanks
  • 1941 Ford 9N
  • 1941 Ford 9N
  • 1941 Ford 9N
  • 1939 Ford 9N Tractor - Donaldson Air Cleaner - Original 1939 9N air cleaner
  • 1949 8N - picture of crack in oil pan
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Back - Almost fully primed back half of 8N
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Back - Back half
  • 1951 Ford 8N...Restored - This was a nice little Ford 8N, with the Sherman over/under tranny, we restored for TV actor, Kirk Cameron, in Los Angeles, and it's set to be used in one of his upcoming movies. He was a real pleasure to work with. This is my father and I with Kirk in front of his L.A. home.
  • 1952 Ford 8N...Restored - Completely disassembled and refinshed with DuPont Acrylic Enamel. It also had a complete engine rebuild, with a little upgrade from a set of .080 overbore pistons. The Dearborn plow was restored to match the tractor.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - It has av6 with computerized fuel injection
  • 1950 Ford 8N - With a v6 Computerized fuel ijection
  • 1949 Ford 8N High Crop And 1952 Ford 8N
  • 1950 Ford 8N With Back Hoe - We call it the nerd, the reason is that it look funny and its all it can do to pull its self around but does dig down almost 18 foot
  • Ford 1946 Ford 2N - Loading up the tractor
  • Forn 1946 Ford 2N - In my shop
  • 1946 Ford 2N - Front - Correct tire?
  • 1943 Ford 2N Serial # Ford 9N114077 - My first tractor, planning to restore/update
  • 1946 Ford 2N - A bit rough looking but runs perfect.
  • 1940 9N - loader
  • 1948 8N - loader
  • 1948 8N - loader
  • 44, Ford 2N - Trying to identify what type of loader this is. ID plate is worn clean by rubbing hydralic hose. Think it said made in Milwaukee but that is now worn clean also.
  • 49 Ford 8N
  • 49 Ford 8N
  • 1946 2N Axle - rear - Date
  • 1948 Ford 8N - After
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Before
  • Ford 2N 1944 - 2008 restore
  • Ford 2N 1944 - Another angle
  • 1949 Ford 8N - THIS IS MY FIRST TRACTOR; NOW I KNOW WHY I HAVE SO MUCH RESPECT FOR THOSE WHO WORK THE LAND! I REALLY ENJOY DRIVING THIS ONE. SLOW BUT SURE.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - My Jenny
  • 1940 Ford 9N - All done!
  • 1947 Ford 2N & 37 Ford 60 - Dad's car & tractor. The tractor was new. Photo was taken in '48
  • 1050 8N - wire - This will work for Fors also
  • 1946 2N - Front - 16" rims on a 2n?
  • 1946 2N - Generator - I need these brackets
  • 8N - in snow
  • 9N Ford Tractor/Model A Roadster Pickup Rat Rod Hybrid - Heaven help us if this style catches on because we'll all have to go to those over hyped Barrett Jackson look-at-me-paying-way-to-much auctions to get a decent hood and grille!
  • Ford 8N - The blue belly model !
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Smooth axles
  • 1950 8N - Northern - Hoist
  • 9N 194? - Bought this 9 yrs ago. They said it was a Ford 9N and a 1949. Is that possible? I gave it new crankshaft bearings and an oil pump and been brush chopping and plowing snow ever since. Even ran a neighbors rototiller with it and now have a 2 row corn planter from grandpa.
  • 1946 Ford 2N - This Ford has been in the family for more then half of it's life. It is painted the wrong color,but it is clean and runs like a top so I'm not going to touch it. Thats the way its been since my family got it. The engine was completely rebuilt about 18 years ago.
  • 1950 8N - trailer - Here is a pic of trailer. Mine does not have gate
  • 2N 1944 - Cracked - Ground out crack, warmed block with heat bulbs, repaired with JB Weld.
  • 1952 Ford 8N
  • 1946 Ford 2N - headlight - Here is where my headlights were located
  • 1948 8N - tank - great
  • Ford 1946 2N - headlight - this is another view of the location
  • 1949 Ford 8N - fun
  • 1948 8N - manafold - paint
  • 50 Mini Ford 8N - custom built by Lyle
  • 1947 2N - Left - Something strang in here
  • 1947 2N Axel - Leaking - Wraped around the axel
  • Ford 9N? - What does this 8NC mean?
  • 1948 Ford 8N - p
  • 1952 Ford 8N - I restored this tractor for a farmer friend of mine. One of his customers gave it to him when her husband died.
  • Ford 9N Year? - Wiring - Wiring Diagram. I can't believe it finally worked. Stupid error messages. 50th time is a charm. What do you all think?
  • 1947 2N - Rt - Axel out what next
  • 1947 2N - Brake - it will take a life time to clean this mess
  • 1947 2N - Rt - What a messYour comments here
  • 1947 2N - rt - Changing outer sealYour comments here
  • 1949 Ford 8N With An 8BA Flathead V8 With Tri-Power - I have yet to try this on a four bottom.......
  • 1951 Ford 8N With 687 Hours On Working Tachometer - This is where I found it. It still has 3 of the original tires on it.
  • 1951 Funk Ford 8N With Flathead Six Cylinder - I have yet to try this on a three bottom.........
  • 1952 Ford 8N The Way It Came - This was grandpa's tractor......
  • 8N Freeman Loader Snowblade - Old Snowblade saved from recycling
  • 8N Front End Mount - bracket mounted under 8n
  • 8N Front Mount Snow Blade - 8'x32" Snowblade on 8n...Freeman loader lifts blade.
  • 8N Snowblade Mount - Bracket to attach blade AFrame under front of 8n
  • 47 Ford 2N - Montana
  • 1940 Ford 9N W Or Sherman - Is this the correct color?
  • 1942 Ford 9N - I GOT IT RUNNING LAST YEAR, AND I USE IT FOR SKIDDING LOGES IN MY WOOD LOT.I CONVERTED IT TO 12 VOLT CHARGING SYSTEM SO I CAN USE A WINCH ON THE FRONT TO PULL LOGES IN TO SKID OUT OF THE WOODS.
  • 1947 2N - Wheel - Was able to prime today
  • 1947 2N - Wheel - starting to look good
  • 1947 2N - Wheel - worm enough to prime
  • 8N Ford - seat - Has anyone seen this on a 8n or was it added on off a other tractor.
  • 1948 8N - disk - hobo
  • 1948 8N - disk - plate
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Our trusty ol Ford 8N, Still 6 volt and runs like a fine Swiss watch.
  • 1940ISH Ford 9N - Just bought today, new project!!
  • Ford 52 8N - adapter
  • 1939 Ford 9N
  • 1939 Ford 9N
  • 1952 Ford 8N
  • 1947 Ford 2N - ready to start back togather
  • 8N Ford Tractor - Taken on 2/1/09 in Marblehill, Missouri just after the ice storm.
  • 4047 - 9N - Copy of the image from page 147 of the Master Parts Catalog
  • 1946 2N - Block - Center Hole size question
  • 47 9N Block - Broken casting
  • 1947 2N - King Kutter Top link
  • 1947 2N - Side view
  • 1947 2N - Top and Bottom Link
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Ser # 8N339683 - 1 9 5 0 Ford 8N Tractor Hi / Lo Sherman Transmission, - 1 9 5 0 FORD 8n tractor hi / lo Sherman transmission, 30 hp, new all the way around TOTALY RESTORED All new parts; outside paint, rebuilt engine, inside pistons, rings,values, guides, reworked the crank, oil pump, water pump, ring grear, clutch,pressure plate, pinion gear, pilot bearing, gaskets ring gear,starter, generator, 6-volt battery, regulator, light switch, carburetor, wiring, great tires.
  • 1944 Ford 2N - Front Axle Bolster And Pin - another view
  • 1944 Ford 2N - Front Axle Bolster And Pin - This is a different set up than stock. I think it is left over from a front mount pump for a loader. My question is what should the normal axle pin look like. Where I have the arrows, are these holes normally there in the bolster or did they drill them? It's well done but definatley farmerized
  • 48 Ford 8N - Drawbar clevis and pin
  • 9N Belt Pulley? - Another angle
  • 9N Belt Pulley? - Anyone know what it is and what it might be worth?
  • 9N Belt Pulley? - any idea if that's what it is and what it might be worth?
  • 1941 Ford 9N - 1941 Ford 9N with correct grille. Just picked it up yesterday and yea I know it's the wrong color.
  • 1941 Ford 9N - Good tires and hat rims. Another non runner that needs a litle work and yea it's painted like an Ford 8N. Give me a break I've only owned the tractor for about 20 minutes.
  • 1941 Ford 9N - Nice tractor, wrong color. Needs carb rebuild and battery.
  • Came With Ford 8N.....Ihc? - what is it?
  • Ford 8N - what is this?
  • 1949 8N - Block - 8N147487 after block party
  • 1949 8N - Block - Block installed
  • 1949 8N - Block - Block of 8N147487 going back together after rebuild
  • 1940 Ford 9N - I Have never owned a tractor before, but I have fell in love with this tractor. Even if I have to keep jump starting the 6 volt'er. I am getting ready to upgrade to 12 volts, fix a couple minor oil leaks, and replace the broken seat pan. I hope 2800.00 wasn't too much for what I got.
  • 1940 Ford 9N - Should I leave the stablizing bars on it. I think they are bent wrong, or not made for this tractor. They each have one bend in them, towards the middle, and bent inword towards the pto shaft. When they reach the pins, they seem like they should be bent back parrallel to the fenders. I have to fight and beat them onto impleaments. Should I pull them or put a second bend in them?
  • 52 8N - Cam - Steering wheel puller adapted to cam pin press
  • 1940 Ford 9N - Check out my tractor and car collection at http;//carstractorstoolsandmore.com
  • Ford 9N 1939 - This is the shift cover and I think the wear causes the chatter from the shift lever. Has anyone else seen this?
  • 51 Ford 8N Tractor - With Wagner loader
  • Ford 2N 1947 - thru - Somebody painted her Red Belly
  • Ford 2N 1947 - thru - somebody Red Bellied her
  • Ford 2N 1947 - She's been Red Bellied
  • 1947 Ford 8N - recently purchased
  • Ford 2N 1947 - air - somebody painted her Red Belly
  • Ford 2N 1947 - Sherman Transmission too
  • 1952 Ford 8N - deals are still out there
  • 1949 Ford 8N Tractor W/ P.T.O. - HAVE HAD THIS TRACTOR FOR QUITE SOME TIME. CYLINDERS LOOK GOOD. UPON CHECKING WIRING I FIND THAT THE Ford 9N LOOKS MORE LIKE MINE.CAN ANY ONE TELL WHAT MODEL THIS IS?
  • 8N Ford - For Sale 3000.00 Contact 318-371-2176
  • Ford 8N
  • 1948 Ford 8N Hitch - original hitch?
  • 1951 Ford 8N - Lots of fun working on this. My Grandfather had a Ford 2N that I remembered well.
  • '47 Ford 8N - My Ford 8N has one like this, not as purty
  • 1952 Ford 8N - before makeover
  • 1952 Ford 8N - in process of makeover
  • 48 Ford 8N - f
  • Ford 9N - 12V short issue.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - new wires
  • 1952 Ford 8N - old wiring
  • 1947 Ford 2N - A good days work
  • 1953 Supper C Or 1947 Ford 2N - both at work on a beautiful March day
  • 8NAN - Vaporizer Drawing - kero/distilate vaporizer drawing
  • 47 Ford 2N - Intake - 2N Intake Valve with Split Guides
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Great Grand kids on the Ford 2N
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Great Grand kids playing on the Ford 2N
  • 1942 Ford 2N - Bearing Support
  • 1942 Ford 2N - Bearing Support
  • 1942 Ford 2N - Broken Axle
  • 1942 Ford 2N - Broken Axle
  • 1942 Ford 2N - Broken Axle
  • 1942 Ford 2N - Broken Bearing Support
  • 1942 Ford 2N - Broken Bearing Support
  • 1947 Ford 2N & 1953 Supper C - 2009 spring field work
  • 1947 Ford 2N 1953 Supper C - 2009 first field days.
  • 1943 2N Ford - Are the springs suppose to look like this off the shifter lever
  • 1946 Ford 2N
  • 1952 Ford 8N - makeover complete
  • 1942 Ford 2N - Sheared Axle Shaft
  • 1942 Ford 2N - Sheared Axle Shaft
  • Ford 2N - This is different
  • - Ford 2N/9N Parts - FREE - I just don't want to scrap it if someone can use it!
  • Ford 8N - Hydraulic - Ford 8N Hyd Sump unknown photographer
  • Ford 8N 52 - I love my tractor.
  • 9N Ford - Another - This photo is the new universal temperature gauge I bought at Car Quest. Notice the "probe" type end.
  • 9N Ford - Type - Here is one type. This was on my upper rad hose. There is still a fitting of some type attached to the sending unit in the hose. Notice the inverted funnel type end.
  • Ford 9N - Black - Black box
  • Ford 8N 1949 - Brake - 8N Brake Shoes
  • Ford 8N 1949 - Brake - Brake shoes for 8N
  • Ford 9N - Here is the pto addon thingy that is leaking.
  • 1947 2N - Zane - Life got easer
  • 1947 2N - Zane - Should look like this I think
  • Ford 8N - Sleeve - Tractor cylinder sleeve puller
  • Ford 2N 1943 - cylinder - Head bolts
  • 1945 2N Ford - Hub - Broken Cap
  • 1945 2N Ford - Hub - Space??
  • 1945 2N Ford - Spindle - Spindle
  • 1945 2N Ford - Wheel - For a post
  • 8N - Power for the Brush Master attachment
  • 8N - 8N with Brush Master attachment
  • Ford 48 8N - Coil - Your comments here Front mount distributer with coil converted for 12v round coil
  • 1952 Ford 8N - how does the tool box mount left side
  • 1951 8N Up A Tree - Heres what can happen if you drive along a hill side. Tractor slide side ways till it hit the tree then spun 180 on the tree. If the tree had not been there the tractor would have rolled over side ways and probably would have killed the guy
  • 1951 Ford 8N - just got this 1951 Ford 8N runs very good needs paint
  • 1952 Ford 8N - This was rebuild to go to work runs very good
  • 48 8N - RE; Photo
  • 48 8N - bad ammeter wiring
  • 48 8N - bad wiring example?
  • '45'46 Ford 2N - She started acting up after her pressure washer bath and didnt want to start. So i put her in TIME OUT, least til i can get a condencer.
  • Ford 48 8N - Bell - Egg shaped hole in Bell housing
  • Ford 8N 1948 - Bendix - Bendix
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Finished rebuilding in 3/2009
  • Ford 9N - PTO - Not sure which "seals" I need according to the picture.
  • Ford 9N - PTO - Not sure which "standard" seal I need. Please Help!
  • Ford 9N - PTO - Second pic is from the side facing the front of the tractor
  • Ford 9N - Pic two Upside is side that is attached to the tractor
  • Ford 9N - This pic is from the outside with the threads where the cap would screw in.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Restored 3/2009.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Restored 3/2009
  • 9N - This is a loader I have a chance to buy, its a Massy Ferguson and Im trying to find out if it will fit my 9N without to much of revamping. Any information would be helpful. Thanks in advance,Fred
  • Ford 9N - Ford 9N radiator Presurized or Non pressurized?
  • 1952 Ford 8N Restored - Fresh out of the shop late model Ford 8N. Optioned with the Sherman over/under auxilary trans, Dowden foot throttle, Farmech parking brakes, cyclone air cleaner, original rail style rear wheels, swinging drawbar and .0825 engine overbore. Refinished with DuPont Centari Enamel.
  • 1940ISH Ford 9N(?) - my Ford 9N(? )project i picked up for free. it's a Ford 9N but it has a few Ford 8N features like running boards and both brake pedals on the same side
  • 1947 Ford 2N (49 Ford 8N Power) - Saved from the smelter. Purrs like a kitten.
  • 48 Ford 8N - this is my first tractor, i got her to bush hog with.
  • 48 Ford 8N - sfdsaf
  • 50 8N - Oil Plunger And Spring
  • 50 8N - Oil Plunger
  • 1952 Ford 8N - 12v wiring
  • 1952 Ford 8N - old wiring
  • 1952 Ford 8N - wiring diagram
  • Ford 9N - Close up.
  • Ford 9N - Here is a picture of my Dearborn pump drive shaft
  • 1950 8N - Damaged Lift Cover
  • 1950 8N Ford - Lift Cover - Damaged Lift Cover
  • 1950 8N Ford - Welded Lift Cover - Not good.
  • 2N - Wiring Diagram
  • Ford 8N - I love my Ford 8N's
  • 1948 Ford 8N - It runs great!
  • 1948 Ford 8N - It runs great
  • Ford 9N - Ford 9N with Dearborn Loader 1922 frame leak
  • 1951 Ford 8N - Beautiful fall day!
  • 1951 Ford 8N - Using the rear scoop.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Just bought her and need to finish details...
  • 1942 Ford 2N - Lower - This piece has NOT been drillled for starter relay.
  • 48 Ford 8N - Is this shaft bent
  • 48 Ford 8N - shaft bent ?
  • 9N - Alxle - Axle
  • 1947 8N - Stubborn - Tools to remover a stubborn drain plug
  • Ford 1952 8N - solenoid - Solenoid
  • Ford 2N - This is a picture of my serial number.
  • Ford 8N 1952 Funk V8 - Evens Bergeron From Can.
  • Ford 1952 8N - 12 - photo
  • 1944 Ford 2N - I Dont Know What This Part Is. - I found it in the box of parts returned from the machine shop. Either it's obvious and I haven't encountered it yet or it's mysterious and I'll regret it when I finish rebuilding the engine and still have it left on the bench. Any ideas?
  • 8N With Funk 6 Cyl Conversion/ Tracks
  • 1948 Ford 8N - This tractor is powered by a 302 Ford,500 lift comp cam, wheelie bars, dual seats a show winner!!
  • 1948-52 ? Ford 8N - I traded my 1998 Honda 1100 Touring Bike for this. Best trade ever!
  • 1948-52 Ford 8N - First ride after I got her home!
  • 8N - Front weight
  • 47 8N - Shifter - i need help with this part
  • 8N - Lower Shifter Plate - Tis is from John Smiths website I need it to compare mine to thanks
  • Ford 8N 1949 - Painted - First and second coat 1949 8N Rustoleum Sunrise Red
  • 1946 2N - CARB - CARB PART
  • 2N 1946 - Carb - SPRING?
  • 8N - European Style Tire - ribbed and treaded frnt tire
  • 1949 8N - Dash, - Prepped
  • 1949 8N - Misc. - Rustoleum Red Painted Parts Sunrise Red
  • 1949 8N - Painted - Rustoleum Sunrise Red
  • Ford 8N 1950 - FEL ford 711
  • 52 8N - PTO - Another pic
  • 1952 Ford 8N - plunger - oil plunger
  • 1943 Ford 2N Tractor W Loader - Here is a future project, a 1943 Ford 2N ford tractor with a loader.
  • 1945 Ford 2N And 1950 Ford 8N - My unrestored Ford 2N and my newly bought restored Ford 8N
  • 1945 Ford 2N And 1950 Ford 8N - bet you cant tell which one runs.
  • 1946 Ford 2N Tractor - Photos of the hood badge with Ford 2N Stamped on it.
  • 1946 Ford 2N Tractor - Start of the resoration.
  • 1946 Ford 2N - This is my 1946 Ford 2N, Clearly marked on the hood. Her restoration is under way.
  • 1941 Ford 9N
  • 1951 8N - Is this the Dipstick Round Inspection?
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Got rid of the Ford 2N and bought this Ford 8N for 1900. Put a new steering wheel and used carb on her and she is ready to work. May have to buy some new steer tires later.
  • 52 Ford 8N Again - And one more
  • 52 Ford 8N - And another
  • 52 Ford 8N - Another view
  • Ford '51 8N - Inside Dipstick window
  • 1947 Ford 2N - COMPLETLY REBUILT ENGINE, CONVERTED TO 12 VOLT
  • 1947 Ford 8N - Heres a closeup of the tag,Thanks Greg Doby
  • 1947 Ford 8N - This tractor has 2 implement attachments that the running boards are attached to & was wondering if anyone knew what they were for & notice that the running boards are shifted back about 5 inches,Thanks for any help,Greg Doby
  • 1951 Ford 8N Arps Half Tracks Wagner Loader - 58 years old and still workin hard
  • 1951 Ford 8N Arps Half Tracks Wagner Loader - 58 years old and still workin hard
  • 8N Funk - This is in a field and I don't know if the owner wants to sell. I know it's a 6 cyl Funk conversion. Any of you Ford guys see anything else I should know about besides the moss? Thanks
  • 1952 Ford 8N
  • 1952 Ford 8N - I bought this tractor for 300.00 a few weeks ago. New points and a fresh battery and she runs like a top. I plan on restoring this jewel soon.
  • 48 Ford 8N - My boys exploring the new Ford 8N.
  • 8N - I don't know what year it is, has a Ford 9N engine. Other than needing 2 steer tires, she's in great shape.
  • 1949 Ford 8N - This was my first tractor I bought at a farm auction in February 2007. I had this tractor overhauled and completely redone in the summer of 2008. It now looks as if it just came off the assembly line
  • 1950 Ford 8N - I bought this tractor in the summer of 2008. I use it to mow my yard with
  • 3-19-47 Ford 2N - great little tractor, runs like a champ. For Sale; 3,500.00. Email curlies@restel.net for more info.
  • 1941 Ford 9N - This is my first tractor that I owned. Grew up on a farm and drove one for my uncle on his 400 acre farm.
  • 1951 Ford 8N Tractor S/N 361962
  • 1941 Ford Ferg 9N - Please review the diagram and make sure that my wiring is correct. Should there be a direct wire from the alternator to the battery?
  • Where Do I Start ? Makings Of An 8N - You want stuck and troubled ? I'll give you stuck and troubled !!
  • 50/52 Ford 8N - bought in january of 09 because it had a loader. Has crank driven vein hydralic pump for loader. Had to fix a few things on it,not very pretty (yet) but runs like a champ
  • 50/52 Ford 8N - bought this tractor January 09 because it came with a loader, had a few things to fix but been loving it ever since, not real pretty(yet)but runs like a champ
  • 9N & Wagon + Farmall H W/ MD Model 45 Baler - This is a photo of my grandfather, H.E. Park, taken from a slide. My guess is this is from the early sixties. It's baling time...
  • 51 Ford 8N Tractor
  • Ford 51 Ford 8N Tractor & 1946 Spen Utility Trailer
  • Model Ford 8N 1951 Ford
  • 1946 2N - starter - starter
  • 1946 2N - Electrical - Electrical
  • 1946 2N - Electrical - Electrical
  • 1946 2N - Generator - Generator
  • 1941 Ford 9N - Changed the color a little, but should be OK for a working tractor.
  • 8N Ford
  • 1948 Ford 8N - I PURCHASED THIS TRACTOR OVER A YEAR AGO . I USED IT TO GRADE MY DRIVE WAY AND BUSH HOG THE FENCED IN FIVE ACRES. WHAT A THRILL TO RIDE WITH MY FIVE YEAR OLD NEPHEW DURING THE 4TH OF JULY PARADE. THIS TRACTOR NOT ONLY LOOKS GOOD BUT DOES THE WORK AROUND MY 7.5 ACRE MINI MINI FARM.TRACTOR IS STILL ALL ORIGINAL.SO MUCH FUN OWNING AND OPERATING AND LEARNING THE HISTROY OF THE FORD Ford 8N.
  • 2N - Steering Arm - front steer arm
  • 9N Ford With Passenger Seat - ;)
  • 9N Ford With Passenger Seat - FOUND A WAY TO CARRY PEOPLE ON MY FORD N SAFE,,,AND SECURE....FUN
  • Ford 9N With Passenger Seat - FUN
  • 1946 Ford 2N - Almost Finished 2
  • 1946 Ford 2N - Almost Finished 3
  • 1946 Ford 2N - Almost Finished
  • 1953 Ford 8N Tractor - This 1953 Ford 8N tractor -has been in service at our church (located just before you get to the Bass Proshop on east 40 highway on the left) (816-373-2698) It has good tires -but it does need work- comes with snow blade / and a 60' finish mower- 1500.00 serious-buyers- please- Contact; tom@exitrealtyheartland.com
  • 1951 8N - Diagaram2
  • 1951 8N - Sketch
  • 51 8N - Alt or reg
  • 51 8N - reg
  • 9N Ford With Passenger Seat
  • 9N - Got Very lucky on this one ;)
  • 1951 Ford 8N Tractor - FORD Ford 8N AT THE WANTAGH 4TH OF JULY PARADE.
  • 51 8N - none
  • 51 F O R D Ford 8N Tractor
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Did a lot of cleaning up on this old tractor, but it made a neat garden this year
  • 1946 Ford 2N - Nearly done
  • 9N Ford - 9N5182 Drawbar - This is apparently an original Ford 9N drawbar. There is no Ford insignia but the number 9N5182 is cast into it. On the opposite side there is a circled P followed by the number 20 also cast into it..
  • Ford 9N - 9N5182 Drawbar - Closeup of the part number.
  • 1947 2N Unknowen Bush Hog - wife helpping out
  • 9N Ford - cracked his front end too? maybe he should go around the tree?
  • 9N Ford - the man said he hit a tree a 5 m/hr. now his rear end is cracked?.
  • Ford 8N 1952 - Solenoid hook up.
  • 9N - Sherman - Handy diagram
  • 1940 Ford 9N With Arps Rear Blade
  • Ford 8N 1952 - With a Woods 5 foot rotary mower.
  • Forn 8N '52 - The Howard Gear Reducer
  • 1944 2N Brake Shoes Relined - 2N Brake Shoes Relined - These are original Ford shoes relined with the linings sold at 'fixthatford.com'. They turned out nice.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - I have recently completed the restoration on this tractor and enjoyed it so much I want to do another.
  • 49 Ford 8N - My Ford 8N
  • 8N - 8N's
  • Ford 2N - Front View
  • Ford 2N - Painting
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Sketch of Arps snow plow frame for a Ford 8N
  • 49 8N - resistor - 2nd shot
  • 49 8N - resistor - Standard resistor
  • 49 8N - resistor - custom resistor mount
  • 1946 Ford 2N
  • 8N V8
  • 8N - original Funk
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Engine Oil Pump Relief Spring & Plunger - I replaced this old tired spring with a new one and my working oil pressure increased 10 psi.
  • 1946 2N - Generator - How bracket works
  • Ford 8N 1948 - Close up
  • Ford 8N 1948 - Hole
  • Ford 8N Belt Drive Pto Pulley - Bought this for a fergie from a 1948 8n owner. it appears to match exactly the photo in one of his ford manuals so i assume it is a ford product.
  • 1951 Ford 8N Arp Half Tracks Wagner Loader Dearborn Cord Wood Saw
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Wiring Harness 2
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Wiring Harness
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Just purchased this tractor. Always wanted a 52' Red Belly since my days on an Alabama farm.
  • ? Serial No. Ford 9N39145 - Looks like a 1940 model But the center of the rear tires look different than other pictures of 1940 models which I have seen. Pretty certain of the serial number.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Complete Refurbished
  • 1947 Ford 8N #129 - We just finished a complete overhaul of the engine. All is original.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Latest Restoration.
  • 1949 Ford 8N - As I Received It - Check out that air breather. Hard to miss isn't it!
  • 1949 Ford 8N - My WIRING1
  • 1949 Ford 8N - My WIRING2
  • 1949 Ford 8N - My Wiring Schematic
  • 48 Ford 8N 52 Super M - Another View
  • 48 Ford 8N 52 Super M - Both Grandfathers Tractors Redone.
  • 1944 Ford 2N
  • 1944 Ford 2N
  • 1944 Ford 2N
  • 1944 Ford 2N - This is the same tractor 8 years after I did a 80% restore and 100% rebuild.
  • 1944, Ford 2N - Axle Cracks - Small cracks foundin axle.
  • 1947 & 1944 Ford - 2N Generators - I needed one for my '47 and I had one from the '44 parts tractor. Had them both rebuilt. Now I have a spare.
  • 1946 Ford 2N - brake - brake
  • 1946 Ford 2N - brake - brake
  • 1946 Ford 2N - brake - brake
  • 1946 Ford 2N - brake - brake
  • 1946 Ford 2N - brake - brake
  • 1946 Ford 2N - brake - brake
  • 1951 Ford 8N - 1951 Ford 8N
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Restored Tractor to be used
  • 1941 Ford 9N - V8 Buick - 215 Buick Aluminum block V8
  • 1941 Ford 9N -V8 Buick - Here's my 1941 Ford 9N with a 215 Buick V-8 aluminum block in it. I've dressed it up some with diamond plate running boards, polished aluminum Offenhauser valve covers, chrome breathers, etc. She really sounds good with these 3 inch stacks..!!
  • 1941 Ford 9N-V8 Buick - Another angle shot.
  • 1946 2N - Drawbar - Antirotator
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Glover/Funk 6 Cyl. Flathead - Here is another of my collection. It's a 1952 Ford 8N with a 95 hp 215 Ford six flathead from a 53 truck.
  • 1952 Ford 8N Glover/Funk 6 Cyl. - Another pic.
  • 47 2N - Four Bar Grill - New condition. Purchased used.
  • '47 2N - 4 Bar Grill - Iphone doesn't take good pics. This ones btter.
  • 50 Ford 8N (After) - Now it's running and looking good !!!
  • 50 Ford 8N (Before) - This is my Dad and the tractor the way it was when we got it.
  • 50 Ford 8N
  • 50 Ford 8N - The numbers are kind of worn, best I can tell it's a 1950
  • 50 Ford 8N - This is a project I did with my dad. I think it turned out pretty sweet !!!
  • 1952 Ford 8N - 3rd owner, bought 9/27/09
  • 1952 Ford 8N - 3rd owner, bought 9/27/09
  • 1952 Ford 8N - 3rd owner, bought 9/27/09
  • 8N - Swinging - Swinging Drawbar
  • '42 2N - Aluminum - 2nd Pic
  • '42 2N - Aluminum - Lets try again. Pic 3
  • '42 2N - Aluminum - No 'Extra' holes. It's in very good condition. Would be excellent but has a crack in the battery support. Otherwise very solid.
  • '42 2N - Aluminum - Pic 3
  • Double Ford 8N - Double Ford 8N
  • 1946 2N - Starter - Broken safety
  • 1947 Ford 8N - This tractor is the 'lawn mower' on my farm near Franklin, TN. The excellent restoration was done by Jim Bassett of Columbia, TN. I grew up around N's. As the youngest child on our farmily farm, I was the tractor driver during harvest.I took over that task as soon as my legs were long enough to reach the brake and clutch pedals.
  • 1950 Ford 8N
  • 1951 Ford 8N - This was my dad's tractor. It was a reliable friend until the last days of our family farm near Franklin, TN. It now belongs to Jim Bassett of Columbia, TN. Jim is restoring the old N, and plans to enter it in tractor shows
  • 1951 Ford 8N - Restored this tractor for a customer.
  • 1946 2N - Linkage - Linkage
  • 1948 Ford 8N Blue, Red Belly - Winter project,lots of work ahead. Plan on her being red again,,,
  • 1952 Ford 8N
  • 1952 Ford 8N
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Shift Gates On Transmission Top Cover - There was lots of rust on the underside of this cover resulting in some pitting there, but the shift gates were in remarkably good condition.
  • 1952 Ford 8N Pink
  • 1952 Ford 8N Pink - This tractor was built for my mother and anyone else affected by breast cancer.
  • 1951 Ford 8N After - Serial Ford 8N348370 after restoration
  • 1951 Ford 8N - 8N348370 After Restoration
  • 51 For Ford 8N - Before;
  • 51 Ford 8N After - 51 Ford 8N After Rstoration Serial Number Ford 8N348370
  • 51 Ford 8N Before - 1951 Ford 8N Serial Number Ford 8N348370 Before restoration
  • Ford 2N - Starter Switch Linkage
  • Ford 2N - Starter Switch Rod
  • 51 Ford 8N Shift Lever - Sherman Shift lever?
  • 1951 8N - Where to find points for this distributor?
  • 1951 8N - Where to find points for this distributor?
  • 1951 8N - Where to find points for this distributor?
  • 1951 8N - where to find points for this distributor?
  • Ford 8N 195152 - Your comments her
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Hydraulic Control Arm Linkage Installed
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Hydraulic Control Arm Linkage
  • Ford 9N
  • Ford 9N
  • Ford 9N
  • Ford 9N - Still trying to figure out the year.
  • 1947 Ford 9N? - This is the first model N tractor which found its way to our farmily farm in Franklin, TN. The owner's manual from the tool box has an Ford 8N on the cover, and the serial number Ford 8N-29517, 1947. The tractor may actually be a repainted Ford 9N. The driver in this 1964 photo is my Mother, the man in the straw hat is my Grandfather, now deceased, and the little boy is me, age nine.
  • 1947 Ford 2N - I don't believe this was ever a farm tractor. It still has the Dearborn blade axle mounts and front guides. (Too bad, No blade!) Not sure that I got the color quite right. I thought MF gray looked too dark so I used Valspar Industrial gray (Farm and Fleet)with hardener. I needed the tractor for a hayride and didn't paint the wheels yet.
  • 1946 2N - Temp - Temp Gas 2
  • 1946 2N - temp - Temp gas
  • 47 Ford 8N - two pictures of same tractor taken nearly 40 years apart, this is the first one with Dad driving
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Stuck Steering
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Stuck steering
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Stuck steering
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Super C to the rescue
  • 1942 Ford 2N - Crank Holder - Picture of crank holder in place
  • Ford 1942 2N - Hand Crank - Crank in Place
  • Ford 1942 2N - Hannd Crank Holder - Picture of the original crank holder for the 2N electric delete model bolted to the transmission/differential housing on left side under seat.
  • 52 Ford 8N - I love this tractor. The same year my grandfather had when I was growing up. My wife bought this for my 1 yr. anniversary gift. I found the arps blackhawk tracks two hours from my house so I had to have them. They're in excellent condition. A must have for the snow we get here in western New York
  • 1949-50 Ford 8N - Bought for 500 Dollars all in running order. Still 6v starts every time and runs like a champ. No bucket, was replaced some were along the life of the tractor with this homemade blade.
  • 1951 Ford 8N - Motor has never been in, all original except tires and battery
  • 1948 Ford 8N - right side
  • Ford 8N 1948 - My new to me Ford 8N.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Bottom Of Gear Cases - I am a new owner and am curious if the new plate is for the hydraulic pump of what is above the cover?
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Starter won't come out
  • 1952 8N
  • Ford 8N 1948 - Evens Bergeron from Canada
  • 1951 Ford 8N - 12 volt system, good tires, runs good Current Condition
  • 1951 Ford 8N - Before
  • 1951 Ford 8N Flathead V8 - My 1951 Ford 8N that i put a 53 Merc Flathead V8 in. Pic taken a whyle ago. Hood is now on.
  • 8N Unknown Year - Part was lying in the bottom of the oil pan (flywheel chamber)
  • Early 1939 9N - 32 Cast Loop - Here is a picture of the Cast Loop on an Early 1939 32' Loop Rim from an Aluminum Hood 9N. Note it is Cast, and rivited with 4 rivits. Thanks, Jason Grooms
  • Early 1939 9N - Rare 32 Loop Rims - Here is a picture of the First 9N rim. It had a cast loop rivited to the rim. Most FORD people don't know these exist, and don't believe you when you tell them loop rims came first. Here is your proof to settle your bets. Thanks, Jason Grooms
  • 1947 2N Ford - Steering - Sterring locked up
  • 1947 2N Ford - steering - A little tight
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Hung Bendix
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Split
  • 1947 2N - Steering - locked up steering
  • 1947 2N - Steering - Steering locked up
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Block
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Hardblock
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Pocket
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Windows
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Ready for the Kentucky Farm
  • 1944 Ford 2N Furgerson Ser #144988 - Preview couldent wait needs a few items finished wont be long.
  • 1944 Ford 2N Ser #144988 - A preview little more paint on a few bolts n nuts. I have one original rear rim to repair need another one .expecting decals for christmas. when complete will post again.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Howard
  • This Part Was On My 2N Ford - Fan Belt Idle Pully - This pully could be used with a magneto it was on my tractor when i purchased it it had a generator not the correct one it had a coil and voltage regulator hanging of the side i am wondering if it may have had a magneto.
  • 1947 2N - steering - shaft and pinion
  • Ferguson 2N - A 6 Spline Hub - this is used for driving front hyd pump for loader bolts on to special pully. It has pre drilled and threaded holes sells for about 45.00
  • 2N 1942ISH - Just bought it. Dont know any history on it. The motor casting sez '8N'. It has the Sherman Combo box though. Yah, wrong paint....LOL The parts are a 'Heinz' mix. Gave 2,500 for it. (Hope it helps someone else buying a tractor) D.B.
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Chipped Tooth
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Recessed nut
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Taking off the trumpet
  • 1941 Ford 9N - Dad's Tractor
  • 1940 Ford 9N
  • 1940 Ford 9N
  • 1940 Ford 9N
  • 1940 Ford 9N
  • 1940 Ford 9N
  • 1940 Ford 9N
  • 1940 Ford 9N
  • 1940 Ford 9N
  • 1940 Ford 9N - bought for £200 now going to restore
  • 1953 Ford 8N
  • 1953 Ford 8N
  • Ford 8N - very good working tractor
  • 1947 Ford 2N - It needs a little work, but I will wait until spring before I do anything.
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  • 1950 Ford 8N
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Cotton Gin Festival-Bostwick, Georgia Show/Work Quality
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Overcoming Dearborn Loctite
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Hydraulic Pump - After draining and flushing hydraulic fluid, pulled pump to clean it. This is what the flushing missed, and an idea of what the pump was pumping.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Hydraulic Pump - After draining and flushing hydraulic fluid, pulled pump to clean it. This is what the flushing missed, and an idea of what the pump was pumping.
  • 9N With Back Mud Fins - There was a question about the steel wheels on the back of this 9N. This is what they look like on my tractor. I would like to sell them.
  • Ford 8N 1952 - Busted - Argh!
  • Ford 8N. - Nest of mice in 8N transmission. Tractor found abandoned in field with drain plugs removed. More bad luck.
  • 48 8N - Photo - What's this 3 or 16" hole about?
  • 8N Carb - hole - I'm confused about this hole in the carb
  • 8N - Sintered Bronze Filter
  • 1940 Ford 9N & 1952 Ford 8N - I purchased both Tractors from a restorer. Great Tractors. They will outlive me. Lots of fun, I pull them out of enclosed garage and display them (Show Off)in the front yard when I get the chance. N's will last forever, just take care of them. Archer (CA)
  • 1950 Ford 8N (Late) Left Side - Looks just as good from this side. Did a 12V conversion. Ran the wiring harness under the oil filter bracket. Drilled two holes in the bracket to tie it off.
  • 1950 Ford 8N (Late) - This tractor was in very nice shape when I picked it up. Nice clean tin. It had a really bad load of fuel after having sat for 15 years but no major meachanical problems. I'm tweeking lots of stuff now and I'm going to be lost when it finally gets all done.
  • 1940 Ford 9N
  • 1951 Ford 8N - my first tractor, will be used for bush hogging my 17 acre pasture mainly.
  • 51 8N - Block - Trying to figure out why I have only 50# comp on #2. No obvious signs. Valves are working as good as the rest of them. Gasket looks good.
  • 51 8N - Head - Trying to figure out why I only have 50# comp on #2. No obvious signs.
  • 1946 2N - Temp - Temporary Gas hook up
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Metal Stitching
  • 44 Ford 2N - 442N, loader
  • 1945 Ford 2N - 1945 Ford 2N still has the orignal tires
  • 42 Ford 2N - STILL WORKIN ON HER!
  • 1948 Ford 8N - bought it for 500 four years ago still running like a charm
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Axles
  • 49 Ford 8N - Found in clutch housing
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Steering rebuild
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Steering rebuild
  • Ford 8N 1952 - Hydraulic Pump Parts - Pump after diassembly and cleaning.
  • Ford 8N 1952 - Hydraulic - After dropped and cleaned
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Throttle Spring
  • 1945 Ford 2N - 19452N
  • Ford 8N 1952 - Welsh - Leaky plug
  • Ford 8N 1952 - Starter - Don't think this will go back in asis
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Here is my 1949 Ford 8N with a load of sweet potatoes.The tractor was restored in 2005 and the cart was rebuilt in 2008.
  • 1949 Ford 8N - restored
  • 1949 Ford 8N - restored
  • 1949 Ford 8N - restored
  • 1949 Ford 8N - restored
  • Ford 8N 1952 - #4 - Nasty!
  • Ford 8N 1952 - Welch - I removed the plugs to replace one bad one. Decided to do them all while I was at it. Good time to clean out the block.
  • 1946 Ford 2N - Tractor with hats
  • 48N - 12in of snow in DFW area 2-12-10 My son with a piece of the snow cake off the hood of the N
  • 1939 Ford 9N Aluminum Hood - Serial number 252
  • 1951 Ford 8N - Snow Plowing with the 51 Ford 8N. Arps half tracks, Wagner loader, Sherman over/under aux. transmission, 7 foot back blade, and a straped on Dearborn front blade.
  • Ford 2 Or 9N - photo for first post
  • Ford 2 Or 9N - pic of the bearing assembly
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Dual exhaust
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Over and Under Sherman transmission with dual exhaust.
  • 1947 Ford 2N - I bought this tractor 23 years ago and didn't do anything to it except a carb kit until 6 years ago when I overhauled and painted it the classic 'Ford gray' color that you see here. Not sure if I got the loader right but it did look like the first layer was red.
  • 49 Ford 8N /With 52 V8 Conversion - pics of v8 tractor with a flip up hood. It has raised dash and radiator, and smaller gas tank, also used aluminum grille from an old mercedes
  • 1950 Ford 8N Side Mount ...Underside Of Choke - No wonder it doesn't work well!
  • 1950 Ford 8N Side Mount - Why my choke doesn't always work!
  • Ford 8N 1952 - Alternator - Delco Alternator Wiring (clearer photo)
  • Ford 8N 1952 - Alternator - Delco alternator wiring
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Freddy
  • 1948 Ford 8N - This is my first tractor. I got it in 2009 when my wife and I purchased a 14 acre farm. I mostly use it to cut the grass.
  • 47 Ford 2N - March snow storm
  • 47 Ford 2N - March snow storm
  • 47 Ford 2N - plowing snow in last weeks storm
  • 1941 Ford 9N - ALL ORIGINAL
  • 1946 2N - decal - rear pto decal
  • Ford 2N - This is my project tractor.
  • Ford 8N - 8N - Left Side
  • 43 Ford 2N - Needs a little paint
  • Ford 9N 1940 - Evens Bergeron from Qc.Canada
  • 1948 Ford 8N After - Heres a pic now. 400 worth of parts n paint and a few hours of labor.Its not a show peice but its purrs like a kitten and drives great.
  • 1948 Ford 8N Before - Heres a pic I submitted when I got her. One guy said part it out. Its beyond help.
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Front weights
  • 1946 Ford 2N - my boy 'trying' to take the the old tractor for a spin
  • 1949 Ford 8N
  • 1949 Ford 8N
  • 1949 Ford 8N - More pics
  • 1949 Ford 8N - You requested more pics...here they are.
  • 1949 Ford 8N - another pic
  • 1950 8N - Clutch blocking device
  • 1940 Ford 9N - 9n with 48 Ford 8N engine and front tires
  • 1941 Ford 9N - I love this color and this tractor
  • 1941 Ford 9N Just About Done With The Snow - Mostly done with the snow duty for the day. Gave her a good workout for a few days in this storm.
  • 1941 Ford 9N - Pushing a little snow from the big storms we got here in PA, winter of 2010
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Rides for the great grand kids
  • 1950 8N - Brake shoe binding
  • 1947 Ford 2N - And another picture just for fun
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Its still not done, but I thought it was good enough for a picture
  • 1940-9N -Serial No..9NBN44720 - I RESTORED THIS TRACTOR IN 2007-2009.I'AM WONDERING IF ANYONE KNOWS WHAT THE LETTERS BN STANDS FOR IN THE SERIAL NO.
  • 1940-9N - I-RESTORED THIS TRACTOR IN 2007-2009-THE SERIAL NO. IS Ford 9NBN44720.I'AM WONDERING IF ANYONE KNOWS WHAT THE LETTERS BN STANDS FOR IN THE SERIAL NUMBER THANKS DOUG
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  • 1940 Ford 9N - bet investment ive made yet 'the do all tractor'
  • Ford 51 Ford 8N - mud
  • Ford 51 Ford 8N - muddy
  • 1952 Ford 8N Tractor W/ Sherman Transmission - 1952 Ford 8N Complete restoration with the following new parts;water pump, manifold,wiring harness, battery cables,grille, hoses & clamps, coil,amp gauge, oil pressure gauge, alternator, and more. Rebuilt engine with sleeves, pistons, rings, wrist pins, inserts,vavle job, and all new seals. Changed from 6V to 12V and steering sector rebuilt with new bearings. Great tractor for work or show. For Sale Call if interested 903-477-3844
  • 1952 Ford 8N W/Sherman Transmission - Great Tractor for Show or Work FOR SALE 903-477-3844
  • 9N - engine - start of teardown
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Another photo with me on it
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Started with muffler replacement and carb overhall but ended up with new rear axles, hubs, bearings etc, front spindle bearings, front center axle and new center pin, new wiring harness, electrical tune up, body work, sand blasting entire unit then repainting.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Total restore Powder coated.I still put her to work.My first restoration of any kind.Took me 4 months.
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Just took her apart, need to work on the 3 point/hydraulics, replace lower link pin, the wiring for lights, fix the exhaust, some minor maintance, and what ever else we run into
  • 49 Ford 8N
  • 49 Ford 8N
  • 49 Ford 8N
  • 49 Ford 8N
  • Ford 8N - Still works good...
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Early 1950 front mount distributor, still 6 volt. Starts and runs good.
  • 1940-9N-Ford-Serial.No-9NBN44720 - ANYONE KNOW WHAT THE BN STANDS FOR IN THE SERIAL N.O.
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Great Grandpa and me on the old n after plowing snow this past winter.
  • 1950 Ford 8N B 1 - D.L. Maddox former owner; restored. Covington, GA. Lawn tractor today.
  • Ford 9N 1940'S - FEL - Do I use UBolts to mount to rear axle?
  • Ford 9N 1940'S - Front - Front PTO and plate
  • Ford 9N 1940'S - HydroPump - HydroPump
  • Ford 9N 1940'S - Attaching a FEL
  • Ford 9N 1940'S - Complete tractor
  • Ford 9N 1940'S - FEL rear bracket
  • Ford 9N 40'S - New Tractor
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Photo after we finished working on the headlights
  • Ford 8N 1949 - 9 1 or 4 inches long, threads on both ends, and a key way on long end where the handle for the lift goes.
  • Ford 8N 1949 - additional photo
  • Ford 8N 1949 - photo
  • Ford 8N 1949 - photo
  • 1947 Ford 8N
  • 1947 Ford 8N - Was a hedgerow parts tractor brought back to life.
  • 1946 Ford 2N - 2N
  • 1946 Ford 2N - Pinky
  • 1947 Ford 8N - 8N
  • 8N - loader - front
  • 8N - loader - left cyl
  • 8N - loader - pump
  • 8N - loader - return
  • 8N - loader - right cyl
  • 8N - loader - supply
  • 8N - loader - tractor
  • 8N - loader - valve
  • 1949 Ford 8N
  • Ford 8N 1949 - Starter - Starter Drive
  • Ferguson Ford 9N 1941 - Front picture
  • Ferguson Ford 9N 1941 - Front picture
  • Ferguson Ford 9N 1941 - Rear picture tow hook
  • 48 8N Platform
  • 48 8N Platform - nice for loading things in pickup
  • 1949 Ford 8N Stuck Up To Tranny - i found a soft spot in the yard while i was grading
  • 9N - Block - No fuel pump boss
  • 9N 2 - Another Block - no fuel pump boss
  • 1941 Ford 2N - Far from perfect, but it looks good from the road.
  • 1947 Ford 2N
  • 1947 Ford 2N - Full restoration!
  • 1948 Ford 9N - just pick it up
  • 1947 Ford 2N - 2n with a Ford 8N motor
  • 47 2N - Single Rib Tires - Found a set of replacement wheels with single rib tires!
  • 47 2N - Single Rib Tires - Found a set of replacement wheels with single rib tires!
  • Before 1947 Ford 8N Tractor - This tractor has no serial # and after some research I have discovered that no serial#s were placed on these tractor until 1947, and that between late 1930's to 1947 there was a patent dispute between Ford and Ferguson, which would place this tractor in a very unusual category.
  • C88 8N Ford Tractor - Taken Today June 5 2010 Tractor mechanically sound
  • 8N Ford Year Still Unknown - Here is the pic of the # I found It looks like a date of 2/27/48?
  • 8N Ford Year Unknown - Identifying 8N mark on left side of motor
  • 8N - One more pic and question, Is this exhaust pipe part of the original design???
  • 40 9N - Smooth Hubs
  • 40 9N - Smooth Hubs
  • 1949 Ford 8N W/Dearborn Loader
  • 40 9N - Zenith Carb
  • 9N - Flip over 4 times,,,,,and I still here,,,,and yes the tracotr works fine
  • Barts Ford 9N Before Photo - this is what my Ford 9N looked like before I started.
  • Ford 9N Late 1940 - I purchased this Ford 9N from the Winchester Virginia 'Seal' Family the same Seal's that discovered Lury Caverns on April 19, 2010 had to wait two weeks to begin restoration Finished June 18th 2010 I think it is a late model 1940 with a 41 grille has ignition on light dipstick by shifter, key on right of cast Aluminium dash, no SE# industrial jeep engine.
  • Late 1940 Ford 9N - Have to show the other side also
  • Late 1940 Ford 9N - here is a veiw of the back
  • Ford 9N Crankshaft Pulley - how to remove that strange nut,,bolt
  • 1949 Ford 8N
  • 1949 Ford 8N
  • 1949 Ford 8N
  • 1949 Ford 8N
  • 1949 Ford 8N
  • Ford 8N - For Sale 208-547-3830 good condition mechanically sound couple of hydraulic leaks, but is a nice tractor
  • 1948 Ford 8N - I cant figure out how to get the pto adaptor off
  • 1952 Ford 8N - 2010 4th of July Parade Eastman WI.
  • 52 Ford 8N - Grease Fitting - What does it lube?
  • 52 Ford 8N - Hydrolic Lift Rocker Pin
  • 1941 Ford 9N - Serial # is too large for this to be a 9N?
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Just after finish painting
  • 1949 Ford 8N S/N 165552 - Purchased 1971; doing repair and general cleanup
  • 1949 Ford 8N S/N 165552 - detroit harverster brackets on my tractor
  • 52 Ford 8N - Nasty Doglegs - Not sure if thee can be salvaged . What do you think?
  • 1952 Ford 8N - T-Handle Control To Raise & Lower Sherman Backhoe - T-handle control to raise and lower Sherman backhoe stabilizers. They are non-functioning. There is no down pressure and only one raises. What is involved to get it to work?
  • 47 Ford 8N
  • 1950 Ford Funk Ford 8N - Flathead 6cyl
  • 1949 Ford 8N With V8 - I built this tractor in the last 2 years.
  • 1950 Ford 8N Funk - Bought from salvage yard and restored in 2000
  • Ford 9N - Runs like a sewing machine.
  • 1939 Ford 9N - SHE RUNS GOOD
  • 41 Ford 9N
  • 41 Ford 9N
  • 41 Ford 9N
  • 41 Ford 9N
  • 41 Ford 9N
  • 41 Ford 9N
  • 41 Ford 9N
  • 52 Ford 8N - Missing Parts On Bendix
  • 52 Ford 8N - Missing Parts On Bendix - The missing parts are down in the bellhousing
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Steering Tie Rod - Due to sector backlash and steering box issues , road driving gave rise to a shimmy problem when hitting a bump etc. No problem on sod , plowing or bushhogging. The right sector arm was the worst and by adding a bungee cord tight between the arm as shown, no more problem. A cheap temporary solution.
  • 1944 Ford 2N - Had quite a time finding out what this tractor realy is. Bought on Ebay cheap. was told it was a 1953 Ford 9N. Didn't believe it, but thought it was at least a 1950.
  • Ford 9N - Could anyone give me info/year of this tractor
  • Ford 9N - Could anyone give me info/year of this tractor
  • Ford 9N - Could anyone give me info/year of this tractor
  • Ford 9N - Could anyone give me info/year of this tractorjamesscoggins50@yahoo.com
  • 1947 Ford 8N
  • 1951 Ford 8N - He was able to finish this just before the county fair
  • 1942 2N - wheel - old wheel
  • 1950 8N - what are they
  • 1950 8N - what is it
  • 1946 Ford 2N - remotorisé CERES 2 cylindres en état de marche .visible 'charles.fischer.over.blog.net' un tacteur qui a mon age
  • Minneapolis Moline Hay Rake - Model R - Ford 8N - Minneapolis Moline Hay Rake - MM Model R Tractor - Ford 8N (which I actually use with the Hay Rake.
  • 9N Serial Number With Running Boards - The serial number begins with 9n, but it has running boards. From what I understand the sure seal works on the 9n rear axle, but not the 8n. We do not know if our tractor is a 9n or a 9n engine with an 8n body. How can we find out for sure?
  • 1947 Ford 8N - Six weeks of hard work and lots of parts from Yesterdays Tractors. It looks and performs as new.. This is my keeper..
  • Ford 2N - over - this is the over drive arm
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Restored 2010
  • 1941 Ford 9N Ferguson - This tractor has just been tuned up. Carburator cleaned, new plugs etc.Hope you like it.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Converted from propane to gasoline and restored as near as possible back to original.
  • 1944 Ford 2N - Here is the tractor I found for my dad. I traded a computer for it about 10 years ago from the grandson of the man that brought it brand new in 1944
  • 1946 Ford 2N - Starting Point
  • 9N W/8N Engine - Its not pretty but it runs and works better than our newer ones do. Notice the rear wheel weights on the rims. Anyone seen these before?
  • Ford 8N 1950 - On the tractor
  • Ford 8N 1950 - this is where it mounts
  • Forr 8N 1950 - this is a pic off the tractor
  • 1947 Ford 8N
  • 1947 Ford 8N
  • 1947 Ford 8N - My Brother mowed his grass with this tractor for ten or twelve years until he passed away in a car accident. My father and I fixed it up to use in parades.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Complete restoration, 3 Speed Sherman Combo, original hat rear wheels, 4x 19 Steers, ORIGINAL Harco Pre-Cleaner.
  • 1946 Ford 2N - Working tractor. Just cleaned up to show it I care.
  • 1941 9N - Enginge - Here is My 9N being reassembled
  • 41 9N - Ford - Here is one of the final coats
  • 1941 9N - runs like new
  • 1941 9N - Front - Paint Booth 2
  • 1950 Ford 8N - near finished
  • 41 9N - Stripping - Here is the front end of tractor when stripping it
  • 1946 Ford 2N - My great-grandfather's tractor still doing some work.
  • 47 Ford 2N - Logging with a Ford 2N with a Sherman HI/LO. The log is 42' long and 16' accross. Yes you can skid with a Ford 2N if you're careful.
  • 47 Ford 2N - On the way out. Only 1/2 mile to go.
  • 47 Ford 2N - Skidding hitch.
  • D15 1960 & Ford 8N 1950
  • 1941 Ford 9N - I restored this old tractor given to me by my uncle. I prefer the Ford 8N colors so I painted it with what seemed to be the closest match.
  • 49N - box
  • 49N - funnel
  • 49N - more box
  • 49N - morebox
  • 49N - tires on
  • Ford 9N Steel Wheel - This wheel is on my 9N. Does it belong there? What is it and how was it used?
  • 50 8N - Bearing Retainer - Does this look like it's usable?
  • 41 9N - Rear - Painting Loaded rear rims
  • 1946 2N - Foot - Foot board
  • 1941 Ford 9N - runs like new, never has any problems.
  • 1950 Ford 9N - Good Condition,For Sale
  • 2010 New Holland Ford 8N - This is the rebirth of the classic Ford 8N tractor.
  • 51 Ford 8N - Grey belly?
  • Ford 8N 1952 - Old one is 8N638 from my 8N, new one is the replacement I got from local tractor shop. Are they interchangeable?
  • 1943 Ford 2N - Bought in summer of 2010 needs starter but we pushed it and it cranked rite up not bad for a hundred bucks also came with a brushhog.
  • Ford 8N 1952 - Right - Looks like a unique casting for left or right chambers
  • Ford 8N 1952 - Right - New one is just too thick!
  • Ford 8N 1952 - Hydraulic - New chambers are too wide, annotated to show where they strike the sides of the tractor belly while installing.
  • 9N - ???
  • Ford 8N 1951 - 60 feet long log around 5000 pounds fully lifted on a skidding arch trailer (triqueballe).
  • Ford 8N 1952 - Right - After I ground it off to fit
  • Ford 8N 1952 - Right - Ground off bolt head to match clearance with old chamber
  • Ford 8N 1952 - Right - Notice that the new old makes the bolt head stick out further
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Early '50 has side mount distributor - but no proofmeter. Equipped with Sherman combination transmission.
  • Ford 8N 1951 With Its Arch Trailer - For those who want more details please have a look on Hobby3D.com.
  • Ford 8N 1952 - Hydraulic - New springs are weaker than old ones
  • Ford 8N #362467 1951 - Another pic of my Ford 8N loaded with a 60 feet log on an hybrid arch trailer.
  • 1951 Ford 8N - I have always been a Ford history nut, and knew the Company built cars, trucks, planes, and tractors. Having the first two I finally realize a dream and bought my Ford 8N last summer. I doubt if I will ever get a Tri-Motor plane, but the tractor is a blast to use.
  • Ford 2N - 1945 daily worker
  • Ford 9NS Waiting To Ship
  • Hauling 9NS
  • Ford Ferguson Ford 2N 1944 - Needs one original rear rim seat and spring
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Draft - New Hydraulic Draft Control Bolts
  • 1948 Ford 8N
  • Ford 8N 49 - Tires - Thread Question
  • Ford 8N 49 - Tires - Thread Question
  • Ford 8N - Priming Oil Pump - 2N oil pump problems by Gene Watkins. After a re-build of my 8N I had no oil pressure no matter what. Used all the suggestions in the Ford forum. Finally I primed the system using a length of garden hose attached to the oil pan inlet. See picture.Once system is pressurized , plug, add oil and go.
  • 41 9N - Broken - Well I got the hydralics fixed right?
  • 1949 Ford 8N - This is 1949 Ford 8N with a snowblower and a cyclone cab.It's twin engines are-- A stock Ford 8N in front and a flathead V8 (100hp)in the rear powering the snowblower. There were approximately 270 of them manufactured out of canada.This is the last tractor adventure me(Loren)and my dad (PALMER FOSSUM)had. (aug of 2007).
  • 1952 8N - Battery Cables
  • 1952 8N - Battery Cables
  • 1948 Ford 8N S/N88608 - Gettin' wood with the Ford 8N!
  • 1948 Ford 8N S/N88608 - Homemade trailer.
  • 1948 Ford 8N S/N88608 - Wood does heat twice!
  • 1946 2N - Body - Painting
  • 1952 Ford 8N - The wife and I
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Tractor Closeup
  • Ford 9N 1943? - Not the correct Wiring
  • Ford 9N 1943? - Not the right Wiring
  • Ford 9N 1943? - What's This called?
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Bought my Ford 8N 5 years ago, restored her and have been using her and enjoying her since. Great tractor
  • Ford 8N - Pie Weight
  • Ford 8N - Wheel weight
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Plowing snow 2 or 2 or 11
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Plowing snow 2 or 2 or 11
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Plowing snow, 2 or 2 or 11
  • Ford 8N - Need one like this
  • Ford 8N - Where can I get one like this
  • '46 Ford 2N - moving snow piles with the2N loader
  • 2N 1946 - crank - need help with the order
  • 8N Hyd Control Rod - I think it's bent a little!
  • 1946 Ford 2N
  • 1946 Ford 2N - My fathers Tractor then gave it to me
  • Looks Like 1952 Ford 8N Took Pictures Of #S NCA501B 7OB Found Under Drivers Seat. Another Set Of #S On Engine NCA7006B - Looks like 1952 Ford 8N Took pictures of #'s NCA501B 7OB Found under driver's seat. Another set of #'s on Engine NCA7006B
  • 46 Ford 2N - Me and my dad 1986
  • 46 Ford 2N - new paint job 15 years ago
  • 51 Ford 8N - loves to plow snow
  • 1952 Ford 8N Restored - These little Ford 8N's clean up pretty good. This one had the Sherman over-under aux. tranny too.
  • 8N Or 9N Generator? - Running generator for tractor? What is it worth? excellent performance
  • 1952 Ford 8N - My son Vincent doesn't want a ride... he wants to DRIVE.
  • 44 2N - Front Axle Center - Getting ready to replace King Pin and bushing. What is the inside diameter supposed to be?
  • Ford 8N 1952 And Golden Jubilee - My children in the year 2004 and the burritos(Ass) Ford 8N and golden jubilee
  • Ford 8N 1952 And Golden Jubilee - My children in the year 2011 and the burritos (Ass) Ford 8N and golden Jubilee
  • Ford 8N 1952 And Golden Jubilee - my father and me at the apple harvest 2011 Tinguiririca Chile
  • Ford 8N 1952 - Gonzalo harvesting apples Ford 8N Ass
  • Ford 8N 1952 - Gonzalo harvesting apples Ford 8N Ass
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Looks A lot better than it did when I bought it. Rebuilt motor, lift and steering. Almost got it like I want it.
  • 1941 Ford 9N - Charles and his Ford 9N
  • 44 2N - Axle Center Section - New bushing and pin. Should it be this loose? .0025 feeler guage fits in.
  • 1946 Ford 2N
  • 1952 Ford 8N
  • 1946 Ford 2N - BEFORE RESTORATION
  • 1946 Ford 2N - JUST BOUGHT, FOUND IN BARN, DID TUNE-UP, RADIATOR JOB, REBUILT CARBURATOR, REPLACE ONE FRONT HUB BEARINGS AND WHEEL, NEW CAP AND STRIPPED DOWN TO CLEAN,PRIMER AND PAINT
  • Ford 8N
  • Ford 8N Power Units - mounted on dearborn running gear,all 3 Ford 8N power units 120 cu in flat head engines.a pull type combine engine, a ONAN generator power plant,a Ford 8N tractor hood power unit. all 3 run. few items to finish yet!
  • 1943 Ford 9N - JUST GOT HOME WITH THIS Ford 9N. AND YES IAM GOING TO PAINT IT WITH FORD GREY COLOURS. THAT OF COURSE AFTER A COMPLETE RESTORATION.STAY TUNE.
  • 1948 Ford 8N Tractor
  • 1948 Ford 8N Tractor - Restored, replaced, or rebuilt engine rebuilt, starter replaced, carburetor replace, disturbutor replaced it did not have any of the above, new grill, water pump, fan belt, sparkplugs & wires. sediament bowl, added grill guard, replaced gas tank, steering wheel, starter ring gear,gas tank and fenders then changed to 12 volt system. It was disassembled, stripped, cleaned,primered, and painted Took some time but it is beautiful now and ready to go to work.
  • 1948 Ford 8N Tractor - This is where we found it in a field and pulled it out. Did not have a carburator, distributor, starter and tires were bad.
  • 1940 Ford 9N
  • 1949 Ford 8N
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Plow mounted and ready to go
  • 1942 Ford 9N Tractor - Here is the finish project. Bought battery, hood, grill, radiator, fan, new alternator and belt, complete tune-up, carburator, then minor details. We stripped it down to the frame, cleaned, primer, and painted in 100 hours. This picture was taken 8 days after we picked up in the field.
  • 1942 Ford 9N Tractor - This is the tractor we found in a field of junk. We carried it home and went to work to make it a good running tractor ready to work.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Family tractor, purchased by my Great Grandfather in 52, restored in 2007
  • 1943 Ford 9N - THE ENGINE,TRANSMISION,ARE Ford 9N SERIAL#S,WHEN I CLEAN OFF ALL THE PAINT OFF NEAR THE FRONT BOOTS I FOUND THE Ford 2N SERIAL # ??
  • 1940 Ford 9N - Restored 2011
  • 1946 Ford 2N - I recently bought this '46 Ford 2N with Dearborn 19-7 loader and Sherman Step-up trans, trading in my 41 Ford 9N to a 90 year old guy in Avon, Illinois, whose been fixing up old Fords for years. To use the trip bucket of the loader there are some rods and parts not shown. The loader also came with a snowblade.
  • 41 Ford 9N - Can anyone identify the mower I bought. I was told it was a John Deere. I would like to know the model.
  • 41 Ford 9N - This is the way I found my 41 Ford 9N paid 800.00 I had it running with in a week. I found the block was full of antifreeze and the sleeves and head gasket was good. The guy I purcased the tractor from gave me two tires and an extra rim.
  • 51 Ford 8N - Not a tractor, but new barn. Still a ways to go but it's going.
  • 1945 Ford 2N - Still going strong. I use it for grading the driveway and plowing the garden and deer plot. When the 6v battery went bad, I converted to 12v. Starts and runs great!
  • 1944 Ford 2N - Unknown
  • Ford 9N - This brackets came off a 9N Ford,they were bolted on at the PTO bolts, with the 3 point chains hooked to them. What were this brackets used for?
  • 52 Ford 8N
  • 1951 Ford 8N
  • 1951 Ford 8N
  • 1951 Ford 8N - Close up of the Ford 10-156 plow
  • 1951 Ford 8N - Family day out at the base. My son loves going for rides on that old red belly!
  • 1951 Ford 8N - Here's another view. I painted the brush guard myself, you might say I'm pretty proud to be from the Lone Star State!
  • 1951 Ford 8N - This was my first EBAY purchase back in '04. S/N 412844. It has the Sherman HI/LO combo transmission, Cyclone pre-cleaner air cleaner, an original flat bar top-link and the complete tool kit that was offered with these tractors. The plow is a FORD model 10-156, just like the Dearborn Economy Plow. It still needs to be completely restored, other than a little oil leak, it runs and looks pretty good for it's age.
  • 51 Ford 8N - Car show at the Base last fall.
  • 8N Funks 6CYL Conversion
  • 8N Comfortractor Lol
  • 8N Comfortractor Lol - cab almost done
  • 1947 Ford-Ferguson 2N - It and a 1937 John Deere B are still in their 'work cloths' but both run pretty good (the ford with a elec. ignition in the distributor) You guessed it from 'Yesterdays Tractors'. Getting ready for the summer shows and the Heart of Illinois Fair.
  • 1947 Ford 8N - Partially Restored, No rust, always in a barn.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - very good tractor
  • 1941 Ford 9N
  • 1941 Ford 9N - Lots of extras added onto this tractor.. loader, cab,R.O.P.S.
  • 1943 Ford 2N
  • 1949 Ford 8N - I am looking for the wedges for the bolts that hold these wheel weights on but do not know what kind thay are so if any one can help me I would be so happy 763-438-2981
  • 1952 Ford 8N
  • 1939 Ford 9N - S/N Ford 9N-6804Dearborn 19-22 Loader Shearmen underdrivs
  • 1948 Ford 2N
  • 1948 Ford 2N - My Baby!
  • 47 Ford 8N And New Holland 66 Baler - Some of this old equipment still earns it keep!
  • 1952 Ford 8N - my uncle bought this tractor new in 1952. it had sat in a barn for the last 15 years. when my cousins were settling the estate, the youngest son wound up with it and brought it to me. we worked on it off and on for about a year. took it home to him the other day. looks like he's pretty well pleased with it.......wouldn't you think?
  • 1942 Ford 2N - Bought as a9N, but got home and looked up the serial # Ford 9N99394...a Ford 2N.
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Tractor runs great, but is still work in progress.
  • 1939 Ford 9N And Honda - my wife and 10 yr old cuttin grass
  • 1948 Ford 8N Serial# 24342 - Very early Ford 8N. Serial # is a palendrome. (Reads the same backwards)24342. Restored in 2003. Was a working tractor in the vineyards of Central CA up to one year before I found it. Did full restoration..and entered in the parade with my 10 yr old grandson as driver. Won the Blue ribbon. User for parties and holiday events. Restoring another like it now.
  • 8N-Maybe Ford 2N - trying to find what is't worth. no major leaks,small leak at PTO and drain plug bottom of tranny. Replaced radiator, manifold, exhaust, wiring harness, plugs, points wires,cap, battery.
  • 1941 Ford 9N
  • 1951 Ford 8N And 1953 Jubilee - This is 2 of the tractors i have redone
  • 1951 Ford 8N After - THIS IS WHAT IT LOOKED LIKE WHEN FINISHED IN sEPT.
  • 1951 Ford 8N Before - I STARTED THIS REBUILD IN JUNE
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Bought this, after it was separated from a backhoe! Has Sherman trans and runs perfect, needs some work. Replacing tires, needs a grille!
  • 1939 Ford 9N - lot of fun
  • 1939 Ford 9N - this was fun restoring
  • 47 Ford 2N - Rebuilt Front Axel - Rebuilt this spare axel last winter. Just getting around to installing it. About 3 hours to make the swap. Far longer to do the rebuild!
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Converted to 12volt. A great runner.
  • 9N
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Nice tractor but I sold it.
  • 1947 Ford 2N ( Rosie) & Wife - This is my wife mowing with her 1947 Ford 2N.
  • 1952 Ford 8N Tractor - Restored to original condition by Richard Cain
  • 1943 Ford 2N - WILL HAVE OUT OF SHOP IN SPRING 2012. JUST WAITING ON THE HOOD AND FENDERS TO BE PAINTED. YES IT IN THE GREY TONES!
  • Ford 8N 1951 - Built to last in heavy conditions. This log is 40 ft long and weights around 4000 pounds. This trailer is called a 'Trinqueballe' and is very efficient for such logging activities. I ran 1.5 miles in forest with it behind without problem
  • 1952 Ford 8N - finshed no grille or bumper
  • 1952 Ford 8N - re painting
  • 1948 Ford 8N - First tractor; what a blast! Hoping over time to restore it.
  • 47 Ford 8N Backhoe
  • 47 Ford 8N Backhoe
  • 47 Ford 8N Backhoe
  • 47 Ford 8N Backhoe
  • 47 Ford 8N Backhoe
  • Ford 8N 1951 - 33 ft 10'x10' single piece wood beam. Wow!
  • Ford 8N 1951 - Another view of my Ford 8N with the large tree on a trinqueballe behind it. Next picture is the final result.
  • 1940 Ford- Ford 9N - I bought her for 2,800.00 five or six years ago and worked her hard up here on the ranch so I figured she deserved to look pretty again. That old flat head 4 fires up every time, winter or summer..
  • 51 Ford 8N - first snow with cab
  • 51 Ford 8N - not much snow but had to try cab
  • 1952 Ford 8N
  • 1947 Ford 2N - This is what it looked like when I just got it home. Some improvements have been made it is now running.
  • 1943 Ford 9N - Looking forward to this restoration.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - This my 1948 Ford 8N when I just got it home.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - My frist tractor was my Dads
  • 1944 Ford 2N - Just waiting for more snow!
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Needs a bit of work, but I will use it around my place and pretty it up as I can. Put new front tires on and needs one rear tire.
  • 1951 Ford 8N / Funk 6 (Restored) - Everyone, should get a chance to drive one of these Funk conversions. They're a lot more fun than the ol' 4 bangers.
  • Ford 9N
  • 1944 Ford 2N - still running!!!! RUNS LIKE A CHAMP
  • 1952 Ford 8N
  • Late 1950 Ford 8N
  • 1946 Ford 2N - I gave it a 100% overhall, and let him choose hes colors, I think he´s old enough to do it.
  • 1944 Ford 2N
  • 1944 Ford 2N
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Mustang Powered
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Got the tractor from an old friend. I call the tractor 'Mr. Reg'.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - I call her Betty because everyone said, 'Betty don't get her running'.
  • 1951 Ford 8N - Work in Progress, just use it around the farm. Haven't had time or money to restore it. But I will say everything works and starts every time.... Can't ask for mush more.
  • 1951 Ford 8N (Little Red) - This tractor was my Dad's. I took everything off of it but the motor and sandblasted everything. A friend of mine painted it and I put it back together.
  • 1939 Ford 9N, Ford 9N2700 - This tractor was resurected from the dead by my late father. He loved these old tractors and brought back many of them from the brink of the junk mans torch
  • 1946 Ford 2N
  • 1949 Ford 8N - THIS TRACTOR HAS BEEN SOLD!. BUT STILL IN THE FAMILY. NOW OWN A 44 FORD Ford 2N.
  • Ford 9N - jared on the Ford 9N
  • 1949 Ford 8N - 1949 Ford 8N, with a 5ft. finishing mower attached. Hopefully soon I can begin to restore this tractor.
  • 1949 Ford 8N - This is a 1949 Ford 8N. Hopefully soon it will be ready to restore. Attached to the back is a Covington 2 row planter.
  • 1941 Ford 9N
  • 1944 Ford 2N
  • 1949 Ford 8N Restored - i took this tractor tradin on a 1951 ford that i had restored and then set in on it. rebuilt front to back.
  • 1951 Ford 8N Rebuilt - bought this tractor in OK rebuilt it and sold before i finished it
  • 1948 Ford 8N - 8n project that started out as a tune up and turned into a restoration
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Picked this tractor up for 2.300 Also came with a custom 32 Dearborn loader and a 6ft back blade. This is a working tractor.
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Serial number Ford 9N 445. Aluminum hood. Grill, dog legs, battery cover, and steering wheel are reproductions. Has small 'B' generator and cutout.
  • 1946 Ford 2N - this tractor i have owned for 33 year mowing my yard it's time to restore it
  • 1950 Ford 8N Pinky - mom wonted a breast cancer tractor so i made her one we have some ladies in hour club that has cancer this is for all the ladies that have breast cancer
  • Ford 9N - She is in rough shape but what can I say it was our grandfathers and he lost his leg to poor circulation and could no longer farm so the tractor sat there in his shed for about 10 years till my cousin and I said 'lets give her a chance and see if she'll awake from her long sleep.' She is running now and being slowly cleaned and, but we say the rust and dents show the hard work and character she has built up over the years in the fields.
  • About 43 Ford 2N On Steel
  • About 43 Ford 2N - Been in under cover shelter for a few years lets hope she will spring back into life
  • 1952-8N, 1959-641 & 841 - Getting ready for the Inman Ga tractor show next month.
  • 1952 Ford 8N Funk Ohv Conversion Restored - for sale call 903 274 7572
  • 1951 Ford 8N Tractor
  • 1950 Ford 8N - This little Ford 8N has been redone from front to back
  • 1942, Ford 9N - This tractor is all original I sickle mow with and pull a two bottom plow with it.
  • Ford 8N 1951 & Telsmith Crusher - Finally here is a picture of the crusher when I received it. It was not running since many parts were missing. I have made the PTO drive using a Chevrolet Jimmy front differential to get the right rotational speed in the right direction. I also added a vibrating screening feeder using a steering rod coming from an International truck.
  • Ford 8N 1951 & Telsmith Crusher - Here is another view.
  • Ford 8N 1951 & Telsmith Crusher - Here is my gravel production plant. This 10x16 jaw crusher is an all american Telsmith (Wisconsin). It requires about 19 hp so the Ford 8N is well sized to drive it. Everything works perfectly.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Finally done!
  • 1951 Ford 8N Tractor - Taken with smartphone.
  • 1941 Ford 9N
  • 1951 Ford 8N - This is my new project. A 1951 Ford 8N with a flathead ford V8 being installed
  • 1952 Ford 8N
  • 1952 Ford 8N
  • 1952 Ford 8N - A real nice 52 Ford 8N.
  • 9N - This is on a 9N tractor and needs to be replaced. It is the starter button that has a rod that extends from the bottom when pressed. I cannot find a replacement. Any suggestions?
  • Ford 9N - My Grandfathers tractor. I know it's the wrong color but it has been blue and grey as long as we've known it. It will be repainted blue and grey.
  • 1944 Ford 2N
  • 1947 Ford 8N - Built in August of 1947 .It has a shermannstep-up with the changer on the fight side of the dash. serial number 6958
  • 1950-1952 Ford 8N - bail assembly for air cleaner jar. I don't know the manufacturer. Maybe a different model of the cyclone version.does anyone sell a replacement or used or will the cyclone type work in its place?
  • 1951 Ford 8N Tractor - Ford 8N Tractor s/n 361962 in. WANTAGH NY......
  • 1950-1952 Ford 8N Part 2 - This is the photo of the Pre-cleaner and Oil Bath air cleaner the bail fits on. Hope this helps Identify the manufacturer. Thank you.
  • 1951 Ford 8N - This is my new toy
  • 1947 Ford 2N - This was used to pull abaler by my neighbor. I bought it from him and restored it. 9 2012
  • 52 Ford 8N W/Loader - Nice looking tractor. Originally was only going to clean her up a bit and went a bit further than expected although I've been using her and she works out fine. Currently for sale @3700
  • 1940 Ford 8N With A Snowblower - This is 1949 Ford 8N with a snowblower and a cyclone cab.It's twin engines are-- A stock Ford 8N in front and a flathead V8 (100hp)in the rear powering the snowblower. There were approximately 270 of them manufactured out of canada.This is the last tractor adventure me(Loren)and my dad (PALMER FOSSUM)had. (aug of 2007). Fossum Ford Tractors is still in business so look us on facebook and gave us a call.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - This belonged to my fatherin-law. Restored summer 2010
  • 1949 Ford 8N - Hey guys I just converted it over to 12 volt.and gave it a complete tune up. I have spark, compression and fuel, yet it still won't start, just a couple of put, put, puts, its trying???
  • 1947 Ford 8N - 1947 Ford 8N Model #225
  • Ford Late 1940S ??? 9N ?
  • 9N Or 2N Ford - Setting /a project just never get to.might sell ?? for the right offer.
  • Ford 2N - 1942 Wartime Ford 2N Still going strong
  • 1951 Ford 8N-V8 - 8BA. Ford flatmotor
  • 1939 Ford 9N - clearin the snow
  • 1952 Ford 8N - After owning & working it for 15 years restoration has began
  • 19472N - trying to sell.dont need it.almost a new tractor
  • 1947 Ford 2N - recently reconditioned
  • Ford 2N 1947
  • 1946 Ford 2N
  • 1948 Ford 8N - This was one of the worst looking tractors i ever restored this was one of the first tractors i ever restored it was fun.
  • 1941 Ford 9N - 1941 Ford 9N. This tractor had been sitting under a pine tree and not run in 20 years when I got it for free !
  • 1950 Ford 8N - Used daily to feed round bales. Someday I'll retire and restore it.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - fresh paint, lights and gauges work, revuilt carb, good tires
  • Ford 8N - Fair condition
  • 1950 8N 6FT Woods Mower - Left the lawn mower out Wednesday May 1st. This is what happened 12 inchs.
  • 1949 Ford 8N - A working tractor.
  • 8N
  • 1943 Ford 9N - Alaskans love tractors!
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Here's my '48 8n with a rebuilt '47 2N engine and later sheetmetal and front wheels.
  • 9N Ford - RESTORED IN APRIL 2013.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Finally, after years of looking I found the tractor I wanted. She is in very good condition. I am only the third owner. I bought her with a Dearborn 19-70 loader, Dearborn 901 Bush Hog and I believe a Dearborn scraper blade (not sure yet of model yet. Starts and runs great. I have to give the loader and hydraulics a good flushing but we're going to have a good time togather.
  • 1940 9N Ford - last winter i restored this tractor for a friend of mine, tractor was use to go to school
  • Ford 9N - Not sure what year.
  • 1950 8N With Flathead V8 - this is my toy
  • 1948 8N - Been on family farm since early 1950's. Has Dearborn dozer frame attached. Just painted all 4 rims.
  • 1948 8N - has Dearborn under belly mt. dozer frame w/6ft blade.
  • 40S Ford 8N - This is my first tractor restoration a ford 8n.
  • 40S Ford 8N - This was my tractor before i restored it.
  • 1950 8N Ford - Brackets are hanging on the inside of the upper 3 point lift arms. Have no clue what they have or might connect to or operate?
  • 1952FORD 8N W/ 1953 Dearborn 19-35 Road Maintainer
  • 1946 2N - this is the steps I just built for it. Took about 8 of scrap iron and half day to fabricate/weld, and paint
  • 1946 2N - view of right side step w/heat shield over muffler
  • 1944 Ford 2N - Two years later and ready to go cruising
  • 1951 Ford 8N - Built same year I was born. Wish I ran as well as this nifty tractor. Hunting camp necessary tool.
  • 1944 Ford 2N - Just finished a complete restoration, top to bottom! This is for sale email farm373@live.com
  • Ford 8N 1952 - my father in 1952
  • Ford 8N 1952 - my parents farm in south america Chile 1960. my sister Vila in the tractor
  • 8N Ford Items? - Part of the NOS I bought.not sure what it's used for.
  • Possible 8N Ford Parts - Not sure if the one part is for a power steering unit. The other two parts are part of the transmission.
  • Unknown Parts - 8N Ford?? - Parts were in with some N series Ford tractor NOS Parts I bought.
  • Ford, 8N, 1951 - Lubrication Point
  • 1939 -9N - bought last year and fixed all summer long.
  • 1939 -9N - shape when bought. before the restore!
  • 1950S Ford 8N-B - My tractor with a 501 sickle attached.
  • Ford 8N 1952 - This propane tank came off of my 52 8N tractor. The tag on it says western tank & steel Corp. Lubich Texas Built 1964 Model Ford 52 old. There is a U in front of it and a CU behind it. It has all of the gadges and compressers. It is complete. I can't seem to find how much these things are worth. It also has 50% propane in it. I have know idea where to look or where to go for information. Can someone help me.
  • 1939 Ford 9N - Bought and restored this tractor back to its original appearance and kept the same 6 volt system.
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Paulson single action loader with 'trip' latch bucket.
  • 1945 Ford 2N - This one is a '45 with Sherman step down.
  • 1940 Ford 9N - Just finished cleaning up this old lady. Turned a mosquito fogging smoke belcher with a very bad paint job and mismatched, leaky, flat spotted and dry rotted tires into a vibrant, useful tractor again. Learned a lot on this rebuild, and had a lot of fun doing it!
  • 9N - Like to know what brand mower
  • 194? Ford 2N
  • 2N W/ 8N Motor - Can someone identitfy the brand and model of this sickle bar mower? At least one part of it is made in Canada. I got it in eastern Ontario and would like to get it back in working condition. Thanks.
  • 1948 Ford 8N
  • 1949 Ford 8N - front view
  • 1949 Ford 8N - rear view
  • 1941 9N - Used for bush hogging and mucking the barn. Tami (Belgian mule) can retire now that the ol' 9n is running.
  • 1946 Ford 2N - This was my Dad's tractor. Recently restored and retired.
  • Is This An 8N? - Bought a house and the guy left me this tractor. Needs work, but I need to know what model it is to know what parts to ask for. I tried to look at the numbers on the engine and have several; 310835 92Z, 9F-18, 310609. Clearly says FORD on the front (faded) emblem.
  • 1951 Ford Model 8N Tractor
  • 1951 Ford Model 8N Tractor
  • 1952 Ford 8N - Ever notice how Grand Kids make a nice looking tractor look even better?
  • 49 8N - I was told this tractor had a front end loader. Can anyone tell me what kind it was from the brackets?
  • 8/9N - this item is directly behind the clutch assy. it has a cable going up to the dash
  • 1942 Ford 9N - This is a picture of a 9N, but we cant identify this part..any help would be greatly appreciated
  • 1950 8N Funk Conversion - This is how I found it, didn't know if it was worth fixing
  • 1950 8N Funk Conversion - This is what it looks like now, glad I decided to fix it
  • Ford 2N - doing a 6 volt to 12 volt conversion. but the wire diagram i got with the kit, is not the greatest, so could someone take this photo and fill in the wires and where they go. ? other diagrams and pics from the web just don't seem to work for me. just need it in plan English. email me back. ridersofthestorm680@yahoo.com
  • Ford 2N - here is one of the diagrams i received to fill in the blanks.
  • Ford 2N - love this little tractor, just keeps going.
  • 1943 Ford 2N - I bought the tractor already repainted. According to Serial number has an 8n motor which I think needs overhauled. it smokes some but seems to run well. It is a beautiful tractor cosmetically. The former owner did a good job. I have had many comments about the shine in the paint. Bob
  • 1949 8N - different hydraulic pump-like to know what it is and where to get to fix on my restoration. thank you
  • 1949 8N - help for hydraulic pump
  • 1949 8N - i am looking for hydraulic pump for this tractor. please note it is very different.
  • 1948 Ford 8N
  • 1948 Ford 8N
  • 1948 Ford 8N
  • 1948 Ford 8N
  • Ford 8N - With unpainted snow plow.
  • 1946 2N & 1951 8N - 1959 771 & Farmall super C in background
  • 8N Ford Aux Hyd - Help ID these hyd please
  • 1948 Ford 8N - Love it !!!!
  • 1952 8N - The 8N was the first tractor I learned to drive when I was 5 years old.
  • 1944 Ford 2N - This one is from the ranch next door. They brought it out for me to freshen up. It's been retired for years. I like bringing them back to work.The whole tractor was rebuilt a few years before it retired. I cleaned, adjusted, rewired and painted. I know it's the wrong color, but he wanted it painted the way his father had it done years ago.They're going to use it to pull a sprayer and other light work.
  • 1943 Ford 2N - Restored cosmetics. paint is very good and very shiny. Shows winner. According to serial number, engine must be from an 8n. Have a few oil leaks. I'm searching for wedges/spacers for 2 piece rear wheel weights. I don't want to put calcium in the new rear tires/wheels. Thanks for looking, Bob
  • 1943 Ford 2N - Wheel weight wedges needed.
  • 1939 9N - Please identify this part. If you know a good source for this part, plz let me know as well
  • 1941 9N - i just bought this tractor and i don't know what this button is for
  • 1944 Ford 2N
  • 1948 Ford 8N - It's been a good little tractor for me for the last 10 years. Never asked for much and always ready to go!
  • 1950 8N Ford - This is my 1950 8N Ford tractor that a very good friend and I stripped and repainted. It took almost a year to finish. I still need to paint the ford on each fender and each side of the hood. I hope you enjoy the pictures.
  • 1950 8N Ford - This is the before picture of the 1950 Ford 8N tractor it goes with the other one that I uploaded earlier.
  • 1941 9N? - Just purchased, hope to restore, Will be asking questions on the 9n forum, Randy
  • 1945 Ford 2N
  • 1951 FORD8N - Rear view
  • 1951 Ford 8N - Hunting camp essential tool. Have bush hog ,rear blade and unique rear loader. Does everything I need to do.....and it's a hell of a lotta fun.
  • Unknown Brand Dozer Blade On Ford 8N - Another view of the mounting bracket.
  • Unknown Brand Dozer Blade On Ford 8N - Attaching hardware and one cylinder connecting frame to blade.
  • Unknown Brand Dozer Blade On Ford 8N - I'd like to find out the brand name and model number (if possible) of the dozer blade assembly on the front of this dead Ford 8N. The left and right brackets bolt to the front of the tractor axle and to the rear end of the radius rods. Blade moves up and down hydraulically with two cylinders (left and right). There is no angle adjustment.
  • Think Its An 2N But No Clue What Year - Got this one sitting in my pasture. Trying to get it fixed so I can use it again. Can anyone confirm the year and model? Am I right thinking this is a diesel motor?
  • 8N - Looks and runs like new. I have two of them and ewquipment.
  • 1946 2N - Plowing snow with the cable lift plow.
  • 49 8N
  • 8N - After 87 years I have changed my model
  • 1941 9N - Bought a st bucket and tried to doll it up. Everything works as it should, fingers crossed!
  • 1943 2N
  • 1943 Ford 2N
  • 1939 - 9N - This is the b-4 pix as Bought
  • 1939-9N - 1939 9n #50 off assembly line in Dearborn Mi. Bought 3 years ago restored it to colors that I liked.
  • 1948 (8N24342) - Restored this 48 8N a few years ago and then 2 years ago found an old rusted running gear pipe irrigation wagon sitting in the weeds 5 miles from my place. The farmer said if I would take it away I could have it for free. He said he had parked it by the road and tried to get rid of it before but no takers. I was delighted...within 2 hours I took a portable air pump and pumped up the tires, hitched to my F250 and towed it home before he changed his mind. Then took a cutting torch to it..striped it down and had my welder build a new floor frame and rails. I painted it, install lumber, a rear step, a gate and seats for 20 kids for rides. And yes, I put new tubes in the tires. The first ride was for one of our granddaughters 9th birthday party and all her friends. The running gear, I'm told was from the 1940s. And by-the-way, I wired it with lights and turn signals and pull it with the 8N that has been converted to 12V. Wired a four-flat pigtail to the back for hookup. Pulls very nice. We also used it for Christmas Caroling in our gated community.
  • 1948 Ford 8N - I have rebuilt the engine. Had the block sent out to be cleaned, bearing measured, and valves redone. Came back in couple pieces but Cam & valves were already installed. I found this part in the box recently. Can't find it in the part diagrams. Hope I don't have to disassemble the engine to put it back in! Haven't run engine yet! Any help appreciated - Thanks!
  • 1944 Ford 2N - Is this a Ferguson hydraulic pump in my Ford?
  • 1949 8N - Bought in 1950 Restored in 2014 (not just fixed up) I have 11 implements for it
  • 1940 Ford 9N - S/N Ford 9N15015 (Close-up of Emblems)
  • 1940 Ford 9N - S/N Ford 9N15015 (Close-up of Engine)
  • 1940 Ford 9N - S/N Ford 9N15015 (Left Side)
  • 1940 Ford 9N - S/N Ford 9N15015 (Rear View)
  • 1940 Ford 9N - S/N Ford 9N15015
  • 1940 Ford 9N
  • 1941 Ford 9N
  • 1949 Ford 8N Funk 6-Cyl
  • 1952 Ford 8N (S/N # Ford 8N469052)
  • 1952 Ford 8N Funk V8 - Front View
  • 1952 Ford 8N Funk V8 - Left Side View
  • 1952 Ford 8N Funk V8 - Right Side View
  • Ford 8N (Early Model) - Front View
  • Ford 8N (Early Model) - Left Side View
  • Ford 8N (Early Model) - Right Side View
  • Ford 8N Funk V8 Close-Up
  • Ford 8N Funk V8 Conversion
  • Ford 8N with Dearborn Loader
  • Ford 8N with Tracks - Front View
  • Ford 8N with Tracks - Rear View
  • Ford 8N with Tracks - Side View

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