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8N Ford Tractor Parts

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8N Ford Tractor Parts

Clutch Parts Cooling Systems Engine Overhaul Kit
Engine Parts Filters Front Axle Steering Parts
Hitch & Drawbar Parts Hydraulic System Parts Ignition & Electrical Parts
Lights & Related Parts Manuals Mufflers Exhaust Pipes
PTO Parts Rims & Wheels Seats
Sheet Metal & Related Parts Transmission & Rear Axle  

The 8N Ford tractors were manufactured in Michigan, USA, and just over half million tractors (five hundred and twenty four thousand to be exact) were manufactured.

8N Ford Tractor Parts

8N Ford tractor parts are therefore much sought after items. 8N tractor parts for the engine will depend on whether the engine was manufactured for gasoline or distillate. The distillate engines were a latter introduction to the 8N line of tractors.8N tractor parts for the clutch are commonly the release bearing, pressure plate, and transmission discs.

8N Ford tractor parts for the engine includes overhaul kits, crankshafts, exhaust, mufflers, flywheel, ring gears, gaskets, and valve train parts.

The fuel tank has a capacity of ten (10) gallons, and the hydraulic system uses five (5) gallons of universal hydraulic fluid. Fuel system 8N Ford tractor parts are Marvel Schebler Carburetor, kits and rebuild components.

Fan blades will vary depending on the serial number of the tractor.

Many of the 8N Ford tractor parts for the hydraulic system can be interchanged with the 9N. The cam block for the hydraulic pump is common to tractors, as well as the gaskets and pump pistons.

Front end items are spindles, steering arms, shafts, tie rod, ball joint, wheel and wheel bearings.

8N Ford tractor parts for starter will include either the 6V or the 12V systems. The original tractor was built fro the 6V system, however, some owners has chosen to convert the system to a 12V system.

The charging system however, uses a Generator rather than an Alternator. The Generator produces D.C current, as compared to the A.C current produced by the Alternator. Some of the tractors have been converted to use alternators and not generators.

As common with all gas engines, maintenance Ford 8N tractor parts will include distributor cap, coil (both 6V and 12V), and tune up kits (which includes condensers, points, and rotor), ignition switch, and the electronic module.

Some farmers has found a better way to perform less maintenance on their 8N tractors, and this is by eliminating the condenser and the points system, and substituting it with an electronic module. This still uses the rotor, but the electrical pulses are electronically generated.

Other 8N Ford tractor parts are PTO shafts, seals, rims, wheels, wheel bearings, and seats.

There are complete replacement seats, and seat cushions to repair the existing seat base.

The transmission of the 8N has four (4) forward gears, and one (1) reverse gear. The transmission oil capacity is twenty (20) quarts of Lucas Transmission Oil. The latter tractors were fitted with twelve (12) forward gears and three (3) reverse gears.

8N Ford tractor parts for the transmission includes ring gear, pinions, forks, gears, shafts, countershafts, gaskets, and seals.

Other rear axle components are differential parts such as bearing cones, bearings, brake drums and brake shoes.

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