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Re: 1944 Ford 2N

Postby T-Mo » Sun Mar 14, 2021 8:26 am

Gary Dotson wrote:And those Dearborn plows are also very easy to find. Having said that, the supply probably just dried up.


I think I found a bevy of Dearborn plows at a LS dealership near me. In the second picture below, it looks like a line of plows, some I believe, are Dearborn or Ford plows.
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Re: 1944 Ford 2N

Postby dgrapes59 » Sun Mar 14, 2021 8:28 am

Gary Dotson wrote:And those Dearborn plows are also very easy to find. Having said that, the supply probably just dried up.


I sold one for the neighbor I got my 8N from, also cultivators and a beast of a post hole auger. Kinda now wonder if I should have kept the plow :D
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Re: 1944 Ford 2N

Postby Rusty red » Sat Mar 27, 2021 11:51 pm

I also recently purchased an"N" I believe it's a 2n. Now to get it running.

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Re: 1944 Ford 2N

Postby T-Mo » Sun Mar 28, 2021 7:52 am

Rusty red wrote:I also recently purchased an"N" I believe it's a 2n. Now to get it running.


What is the serial number? There are some features that help distinguish a 9N from a 2N, but serial number is the best way (though the engine might have been changed out at one point or another). Remember both the 9Ns and the 2Ns serial number starts with "9N". That's what throws a lot of people who think their 2N is a 9N.

I have a cheat sheet on how to tell the differences, but the file is to large to post here.

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Re: 1944 Ford 2N

Postby T-Mo » Mon Mar 29, 2021 7:45 am

Go to post #13 here in this Wheel Horse forum, and you can download the cheat sheet I mentioned above. The file is too large for this forum.

https://www.wheelhorseforum.com/topic/9 ... 4-ford-2n/

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Re: 1944 Ford 2N

Postby SONNY » Mon Mar 29, 2021 9:37 am

once in a while a few of the older style N-series equipment stuff comes up for sale around here at the local consignment auctions. They are trucked in from other states and sell for a very high price! ----then again most 3-pt equipment here is high! lol! Thats why I make my own!

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Re: 1944 Ford 2N

Postby Rusty red » Tue Apr 06, 2021 8:41 pm

I finally got to look at my serial number. It appears to be a 47 2n.


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