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My Two Ford N-Series Tractors

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stevasaurus

Those are just too cool.  Dang they are fun to look at, and I know they are fun to drive...especially with a full wagon of hay hitched up.  :USA:

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Pullstart

The 2N, are those automobile front hubs of the time?

 

Poor picture for the black painted axle, but I recently scored these two axles for $10 in Portage, WI.  

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Herder

I love the 44 2N.  Limited production numbers because of WW2.  This is a 46 I picked up a few years back, its recently made it into the shop.  Will post pics. soon.

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7 hours ago, stevasaurus said:

Those are just too cool.  Dang they are fun to look at, and I know they are fun to drive...especially with a full wagon of hay hitched up.  :USA:

So cool, my 46 is on stands striped of it's wheels and hood.  Such a simple design, engine, trans and the final drive.  What the heck, here's some pics. 

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T-Mo

I'll be picking up this brush hog this week.  It's a 4 footer, but I don't know the brand yet.  I think the Fords will handle the 4 footer better than a 5 foot one.

 

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ClassicTractorProfessor
14 hours ago, T-Mo said:

I'll be picking up this brush hog this week.  It's a 4 footer, but I don't know the brand yet.  I think the Fords will handle the 4 footer better than a 5 foot one.

That's what we run behind my 8N is a 4 footer. Only complaint I have with the 4' is that it won't cover your wheel track, mine sits right inside of the rear tires. Not a big deal once you get used to it, but the first couple times I used it I left some strips of unmowed grass that I had to run back over 

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T-Mo

Yeah, I would have prefer a 5 footer, but I figure the 2N and the 8N will handle the 4 footer a bit better.

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Herder
On ‎8‎/‎2‎/‎2021 at 7:25 AM, T-Mo said:

I'll be picking up this brush hog this week.  It's a 4 footer, but I don't know the brand yet.  I think the Fords will handle the 4 footer better than a 5 foot one.

 

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I've seen this particular model used with the 8N series before.  Was this this brush hog produced for ford?    

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T-Mo
19 hours ago, Herder said:

I've seen this particular model used with the 8N series before.  Was this this brush hog produced for ford?    

I don't think so, but I'm not sure.  I can't see any markings on it.  It does have a warning label on it, but it's kind of generic.

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Herder
2 hours ago, T-Mo said:

I don't think so, but I'm not sure.  I can't see any markings on it.  It does have a warning label on it, but it's kind of generic.

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As long as this one is not on it, you should be OK. 

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