Ford 2N, 8N, 9N Tractor Factory Service Manual
Covers: Ford 2N, 8N, 9N tractors
File size: 20mb
Compatible with: Windows/Mac/Tablet
This manual contains detailed factory maintenance, service and repair procedures for Ford 2N, 8N, 9N tractors (tractor chassis only, no attachments). Print off the pages including diagrams and illustrations you need at any time and save time and money on repairs.
- Description and Specifications
- Belt Pulley
- Rear Axle
- Hydraulic System
- Steering Gear
- Service Bulletins
The Model 2N/8N/9N Ford tractor is provided with a steering gear assembly of the automotive ball nut type. It is a highly efficient, easily serviced unit which is readily adjustable to compensate for wear. This steering gear has a low driver fatigue factor because of easy steering and a minimum of road shock.
The tractor is equipped with a four forward and one reverse gear transmission. The transmission contains constant-mesh helical gears, assuring quiet running and providing for long life. The power take-off is driven from the transmission countershaft. A power take-off adapter is available to extend the shaft when such extension is necessary for fitting certain implements. The adapter meets the American Society of Agricultural Engineers’ specifications for a standard tractor hitch. Any implement built to these standards may be hitched to the Ford tractor without the purchase of additional accessories.
The tractor hydraulic system consists of a piston pump driven directly by the power take-off shaft, and a self-contained hydraulic unit which includes the ram cylinder and control linkage. The hydraulic pump and unit are located in the center housing and employ the transmission oil as the hydraulic fluid. This design reduces the possibility of external oil leakage, and greatly reduces repair costs.
The belt pulley assembly is self-contained, and is driven by the power take-off shaft. The pulley assembly is easily mounted on the tractor and has a separate oil supply.
The differential assembly is of the heavy duty truck type, and is driven by the transmission main shaft. The differential furnishes the power directly to the semi-floating rear axles.
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