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Antique Ford Tractor: Ford 9N

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This picture is a 1941 model, serial number *9N68133*. The 9N was the first of the "N Series" tractors and originally came out in 1939. It was developed as a versatile all-purpose tractor for the small farm and was exceedingly popular. Picture contributed by Bill Dakin.

Ford 9N Tractor

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Comments on this Tractor

James L Pitcock wrote on Sunday, June 09, 2013 (PDT):
  • I added a quart of transmission fluid to a full tank of gas to lubricate the valves on my 1940 9n for tractor, is this a good idea Thanks! James.
    richard wrote on Tuesday, June 07, 2011 (PDT):
  • I have an oil leek at the bolt holding the draw bar, on the transmion housing. there s a bracket holding the bolt or pin . my question is how to remove that brack or pin from the housing
    Bill Roberts wrote on Sunday, February 27, 2011 (PST):
  • I have a 1948 8N tractor that I am redoing and I need a sleeve puller,can anyone tell me were I can purchase one at
    jerry wrote on Sunday, October 10, 2010 (PDT):
  • i have a 9n tractor and need a starter my problem is i can t get the starter out i removed the 2 bolts and starter came loose but not out the lonshaft with gears on end come part way but not out of themain fram
    Linda Ball wrote on Thursday, September 09, 2010 (PDT):
  • I have 3 of these wonderful Ford tractors - 1-9N w/5 finishing mower 4 brush hog could use painted but runs awesome , 1-8N w/new 6 finishing mower 5 brush hog could use painted but runs awesome and another 8N paint is nice w/6 King Kutter finishing mower. All three run great and we alternate with them mowing 6.5 the midst of downsizing so need to sell them all. Peninsula, Oh
    Doug King wrote on Tuesday, August 03, 2010 (PDT):
  • I have a 2N s/n 9N281074 that came from the Healdsburg CA area. Reasonably good sheet metal, has fenders, needs a left radius rod. 1500 OBO. Pictures available.
    LARRY, wrote on Saturday, March 27, 2010 (PDT):
  • I have a 9n ford tractor and would like to convert to 12volt. I need wiring diagram and how to mount the alternator.Can t aford to by a kit. THANKS FOR ANY HELP.
    Danny Sebren wrote on Friday, January 01, 2010 (PST):
  • I have a 1945 Ford 9n tractor that I restored and it runs great,but my health is not good and I need to sell it.what do you think I could get for it Thank you and Happy 2010. Mr.Danny
    Bruce ODonoghue wrote on Monday, December 07, 2009 (PST):
  • I have a 9n and looked for another one with the pipe coming out the hood. How do you tell what year you have
    Mike wrote on Wednesday, November 25, 2009 (PST):
  • I have a friend who has a 1941 9N. He can only find one filler plug and he thinks there should be three; one each for the transmission, the Hydraulic and the differential. Can anybody tell us how many and where any other filler plugs would be
    dean smith wrote on Saturday, August 22, 2009 (PDT):
  • have i think a 1942 9N #9N44756 would like to know if I have that year or not.
    Greg Ranney wrote on Monday, August 17, 2009 (PDT):
  • looking to set the timming on my 1954 8n what degrees to how mnay rpms
    vern williams wrote on Monday, August 17, 2009 (PDT):
  • I have a 9N6050 ford and i have a problum with the fuel bole, how do you stop it from leaking.Every thing works grate but i cant stop the leak. can anyone help me.
    Joseph Ryan wrote on Thursday, July 23, 2009 (PDT):
  • i have a 1939 9N tractor that runs great just needs tires and a paint job! i am looking to sell it am asking at least 2,000 any one interested
    Joseph Ryan wrote on Thursday, July 23, 2009 (PDT):
  • i have a 1939 9N tractor that runs great just needs tires and a paint job! i am looking to sell it am asking at least 2,000 any one interested
    Neil Goldade wrote on Sunday, March 29, 2009 (PDT):
  • Just a little bit of information for n-series ford tractor owners. The 9-n was made in 1939 to 1942, the 2-n was made from 1942 to 1947, the 8-n was made from 1947 to 1951. All of the 9-ns and 2-ns serial number started with 9. The difference between the 9,2n and the 8n is the 9,2 have a three speed trans. and the 8n has a four speed trans. The correct gear oil for the ford rearend is mineral oil which is hard to find now. People looking for parts can call Dennis Carpenter in Penn. they have a lot of new parts. To find the serial number on the n-series tractor look on the left side of the block on the flat spot behind the oil filter. Thanks have a nice day.
    Neil Goldade wrote on Sunday, March 29, 2009 (PDT):
  • Just a little bit of information for n-series ford tractor owners. The 9-n was made in 1939 to 1942, the 2-n was made from 1942 to 1947, the 8-n was made from 1947 to 1951. All of the 9-ns and 2-ns serial number started with 9. The difference between the 9,2n and the 8n is the 9,2 have a three speed trans. and the 8n has a four speed trans. The correct gear oil for the ford rearend is mineral oil which is hard to find now. People looking for parts can call Dennis Carpenter in Penn. they have a lot of new parts. To find the serial number on the n-series tractor look on the left side of the block on the flat spot behind the oil filter. Thanks have a nice day.
    derryman66 wrote on Tuesday, March 24, 2009 (PDT):
  • hi anyone could tell me what year for my 9nan tractor the seriel number is 48321 and im from irish thanks
    Rod Stoller wrote on Saturday, February 07, 2009 (PST):
  • I need to put a new set of points into my 1948 8N. My question is it easier to remove the front mount distributor to install them, and is it a big job to put it back together and still be in time. could someone please advise. thank you
    Rod Stoller wrote on Saturday, February 07, 2009 (PST):
  • I need to put a new set of points into my 1948 8N. My question is it easier to remove the front mount distributor to install them, and is it a big job to put it back together and still be in time. could someone please advise. thank you
    Keith Lyboult wrote on Friday, February 06, 2009 (PST):
  • i am converting my 9n to a 12 volt system I was wondering if I needed to get another starter or if the one that is on it will work. thanks alot great website
    Dan Thurston wrote on Thursday, December 18, 2008 (PST):
  • Paul; This may be old info,however,here s my two cents worth. I have the same problem with my 9n. I attached a chain from one side lift arm to the other-looping it over the large spring behind the seat. I raise and lower the implement until I get the desired depth. I use a grab hook on one end of the chain. give me a call--318-925-6666. I guess usens 9n owners have to stick together. Mine is a 49 model. Its a mixture--8n front end--9n rear end. Dan
    ken wrote on Sunday, July 20, 2008 (PDT):
  • loohing for a 9-32 used tire live in hamilton on can
    Ed Sherwood wrote on Thursday, July 10, 2008 (PDT):
  • My neighbor had a Ford like this but an earlier model, Probably a 39 or 40. I drove it at 4 years old even before I went to school. The midship seat with the cluth and brake pedals right under my feet made that possible. The farmer had a partial bankruptcy auction and sold the tractor. I went crying to my dad and mother that George sold my tractor . This was a couple of years after I started driving it. My folks knew nothing about it. My dad went to see George to find out about my driving. George told him all about it. Afater that I started to drive an old A-C WF at home.
    Tom Grover wrote on Friday, April 04, 2008 (PDT):
  • My 1960 s vintage International/Harvester Farmall tractor engine starts and runs well. After driving 100 yards or less, the engine quits abruptly! The tractor starts again with no problem and then upon driving, quits again, etc. The fuel filter is new , dry gas has been added and the gasoline is fresh. Could the coil and/or coil wire be the culprit or should I look elsewhere
    paul michiels wrote on Tuesday, February 12, 2008 (PST):
  • my 9N has erratic hydrolics. i constantly need to lower, then raise to maintain brush hog cutting height. any ideas thanks
    pj kern wrote on Monday, February 11, 2008 (PST):
  • I would like to know the proper psi for the 1953 ford jubilee, not raito. Thank you.
    Floyd Thiessen wrote on Monday, February 04, 2008 (PST):
  • In 1941 my dad purchased a used 9N and at age 10 I became the designated driver. We had 9Ns and 8Ns during the 40s and 50s. For some unknown reason, our first 8N had to have new rings and sleeves every year to control the oil consumption. After the 3rd free repair, the mechanic began to look more closely for the problem. The 3 inch rubber hose coupling that connects the air intake pipe from the breather had a kink where it clamped to the carbeurator. For 3 years it was breathing dirty air. Problem solved!
    Matt keech wrote on Thursday, January 31, 2008 (PST):
  • My dad recently sold our 9n to our cousin. I used to always drive it the only thing was the starting gear was busted. we now have a 1960 massey-ferguson 35 diesel deluxe english model . the 9n was a all round good tractor except for the gas engine.
    Kari wrote on Thursday, January 17, 2008 (PST):
  • My family has a 9N with the original manual. We are wondering what an original manual is worth Have any ideas where to find out Thanks.
    Kari wrote on Thursday, January 17, 2008 (PST):
  • My family has a 9N with the original manual. We are wondering what an original manual is worth Have any ideas where to find out Thanks.
    Kari wrote on Thursday, January 17, 2008 (PST):
  • My family has a 9N with the original manual. We are wondering what an original manual is worth Have any ideas where to find out Thanks.
    Bob Martin wrote on Thursday, September 13, 2007 (PDT):
  • What rear end fluid should I use in my 1944 2n What about engine oil Any response will be appreciated!!
    David wrote on Friday, August 17, 2007 (PDT):
  • Hi! Good site respect! home depot expo Visit home depot expo Thanks!
    MATT HUNTER wrote on Friday, May 25, 2007 (PDT):
    mr bob from SE ohio wrote on Tuesday, June 27, 2006 (PDT):
  • can anyone out there tell me what my 1946 2n tractor would weigh? it has 12.4-28 rear tires loaded to the valve with calcium solution. it has a sherman stepuptranny, and a front bumper which i know weighs 100#. this tractor is also equipped with the "N COMPLETE" crossover manifold and dual pipes. this modification lets the tractor pull a given load about a gear higher than it origionally would.
    mr bob from SE ohio wrote on Tuesday, June 27, 2006 (PDT):
  • hey bud, your tractor's serial number shows it to be a 1944 model 2n. i hope you find this tractor as useful and dependable as i have found my 1946 2n to be.
    Bud Loftin wrote on Saturday, June 17, 2006 (PDT):
  • Hello, I just purchased a 9N tractor. Can any one give me the year it was manufactured and any history? Serial Number 9N149351 (The one looks like an "I". Thanks. Bud
    TANESSA wrote on Wednesday, April 05, 2006 (PDT):
  • I am getting no spark to the plugs, but I have power to and out of the coil. nothing is visably wrong, any suggestions on what the problem is. 9N, 1941
    David wrote on Monday, March 13, 2006 (PST):
  • Good friend owns I think a 1935 but not sure the model. Looks very similar to the one pictured. Try to find out approx. weight. Any ideas..... TKS
    Don wrote on Thursday, January 26, 2006 (PST):
  • Just started restoring 9N '41--it has new 9-32 tires on it but the rims are bad also need new wheels and rims for front--where do I look?? Thanks
    steve wrote on Wednesday, December 14, 2005 (PST):
  • I took the carburator off my jubilee to clean but, now I need to know how many turns for needles to ajust. thanks steve
    dave wrote on Saturday, November 19, 2005 (PST):
  • Hi everyone........I just bought my first gray tractor.....says ferguson on the front grill......but have no idea when to find model and serial number......i don't have a clue about this..... finddavenow at
    gareth wrote on Tuesday, October 25, 2005 (PDT):
  • i need petrol/tvo tap can you help please gareth wales...
    David Whitaker wrote on Sunday, September 18, 2005 (PDT):
  • I JUST BOUGHT an Ford N9 Tractor 1950 I need to buy 2 good used rear tires at a good low price please help
    Dick Welty wrote on Saturday, August 13, 2005 (PDT):
  • I receintly acquired a 1941 9N Ford tractor. It has been recently rebuilt and runs and works well, however the brake adjuster screws and the brake adjuster wedges are missing on both sides. Does anyone have these parts? If so please contact me at (760) 458-9936 I live in Southern California. My e-mail address is daw4224 at
    C.P.F. wrote on Friday, August 12, 2005 (PDT):
  • I am looking at a Ford 1910 Tractor. It very weathered, and has 97.8 hours on it. 6,500$ for the tractor with a canopy top. This is my 1st tractor. It will be used to Bush hog my pasture, (10 acres) and maybe to scrape my 75 foot gravel drive way. The owner's dad goes to my church. He claims that his som is getting rid of it because he ot a new tractor with an air conditioned cab. I believe they have owned the tractor since 1987. Is this a work tractor or an antique show tractor?
    Robert Smith wrote on Tuesday, May 31, 2005 (PDT):
  • i have a 1941 ford 9n that runs good but continues to leak gas. it seems to be where the sediment bowl mets the cap. can anyone help please?
    O. Cox wrote on Thursday, May 19, 2005 (PDT):
  • I need a wiring diagram for a 54 Ford NAA farm tractor. It is 6 volt with a positive ground. If anyone can help me,please email this to me. Thanks
    Kevin Richmond wrote on Thursday, May 05, 2005 (PDT):
  • Iam working on my father-in-laws 8N Ford Tractor and need a diagram of the wiring for the front and rear lights. It is a 1949. Can someone PLEASE help me.
    Milton wrote on Monday, April 18, 2005 (PDT):
  • I am converting my 2n tractor to 12 volt and would like to know if anyone has a wiring diagram....
    Hal Mosher wrote on Wednesday, March 16, 2005 (PST):
  • Iam looking to buy a 9n ser# 9n6050 B I think it is a 1941 what would the B stand for and it is sandblasted and all apart running gear is all together. is it worth 1500.00 thankyou
    Harold Heffern wrote on Saturday, February 19, 2005 (PST):
  • I purchased a 1940 9N last fall and in process of rebuilding it. Tractor runs like a top and really wasn't in bad shape. Have trouble locating front spindles with matching thrust bearing and axle seals. I ordered some from Vaulu-Bilt Tractor, and they didn't even come close matching. Thrust bearings they sent didn't even match the spindles they sent. Neither did the front axle hub seals. My intentions were having it ready this spring to put in food plots for upcoming deer season. Anybody got any good parts stores suggestions. I live in Illinois. Thanks....
    LouderbackFarms wrote on Tuesday, January 18, 2005 (PST):
  • I am looking to buy a 9N Ford "aluminum hood" complete tractor or just the hood. Yes, I know, I'm not asking for much. But, there's one way to find one and that's to ask for it. So, if there is anyone out there that has one for sale or know of anyone who might have one for sale, I am wanting to buy one to restore or if the price is livable one that is restored. Please help me out! This is a project for my Dad. louderbackfarms at
    Ron wrote on Monday, January 17, 2005 (PST):
  • Curious just what oil the manufacture suggests running in the ford 2n lift. I have changed it a couple of times just to make sure it stays clear and water free but always just use whatever "tractor hydraulics" wal-mart has at the time. Like -TSLOPPYJR- sometimes I think it lifts faster than others depending on the oil. Thanks
    Ed wrote on Wednesday, January 12, 2005 (PST):
  • I have had the same problems with my 9N. These are very simple machines, but still need fuel (gas) and spark. The points and or coil can be the cause. It can also be that the gas is not getting to the carb. There should be a screen filter in the sediment bowl on the gas tank. It could be dirty or have too much water in the bowl. The next step is the carb. I had a lot of problems with rust in the carb. After cleaning the carb I started putting 2 cycle oil in the gas at 75 to 1 ratio. No more fuel problems. As a side note I have the same plugs in for 20 years. I have checked them and they are still OK.
    Alan Eden wrote on Sunday, January 09, 2005 (PST):
  • My husband has a 1946-2N or 8N Ford Tractor, having problems with starting the tractor. He changed the spark plugs and started the tractor, it ran for approximately 10 minutes pushed the clutch in and pulled up on the PTO lever and the tractor died and it won't start again. Apparently it has ruined the plugs again. What might be causing the problem. Has had the tractor for two years and has used it very little. Can't keep it running. Please help if any advise. Thanks edenshollow at
    Thomas Otley wrote on Thursday, January 06, 2005 (PST):
  • My Fiancee's father left him his tractor which he grew up on and always was told it was an 8N we got to looking at the serial number and it reads *9N195560*, assuming now that it is a 9N...we dont know the exact year, can you help us determine its age? Also we have found parts on it that seem to say it is an 8N instead. Would appreciate your helpas he is wanting to restore it to its original shape. Thanks
    paul l wrote on Thursday, January 06, 2005 (PST):
  • my father has a 1942-9n must have been army time special,it's on steel wheels,front and back,hand crank only,magneto,no lights,no battery,is or was running looking to sell to someone for restoration,not resale send info to paull at
    Benjie wrote on Sunday, January 02, 2005 (PST):
  • I have purchased a trip loader off an 8N to put on my 9N. It is foot operated and draws fluid fron the internal hydraulics. My question is where do the hose/hoses connect on the 9N tractor? Thanks!
    BUFFALODICK wrote on Sunday, January 02, 2005 (PST):
  • I changed my hyd fluid on my 1941 9N, and now the the 3pt lift is so slow, before it worked right of way, up or down. Any help would be helpful. THANK-YOU for your time. you can e-mail me at TSLOPPYJR AT AOL.COM
    tom sloppy wrote on Sunday, January 02, 2005 (PST):
  • I changed my hyd fluid on my 1941 9N, and now the the 3pt lift is so slow, before it worked right of way, up or down. Any help would be helpful. THANK-YOU for your time. you can e-mail me at TSLOPPYJR AT AOL.COM
    Maggie wrote on Friday, November 12, 2004 (PST):
  • My uncle is getting ready to sell his 1950 Jubilee Ford tractor. It has been used for farming watermelons for the past several years. It seems to run very well but, of course, it looks USED. He is asking me to make an offer and I have no idea what it is worth. Can someone tell me about how much is is worth. It has a bush hog, disc, turn plow and cultivator. Thanks for your time. Maggie
    Larry Osheim wrote on Sunday, October 17, 2004 (PDT):
  • A year or so a go I saw drawings with dementions for 9 N running boards can any one help me find then Larry
    Dale wrote on Saturday, October 02, 2004 (PDT):
  • I have a 2n 1946 and it recently quit thinking that the points were bad changed them no help so started on the carb adjust here and there now it will only run with the choke half out any ideas
    ROGER wrote on Friday, October 01, 2004 (PDT):
    Dwight Curb wrote on Wednesday, September 22, 2004 (PDT):
  • I am a Oliver Super55 lover. Had one for over twenty years back in Abilene Tx. Sold our place there and now live in Pittsburg Tx which to my thinking in some of the finest soil for raising fruit and vegtables. The Super 55 I had was a 57 model so if anyone out there has one for sale tell me about.
    Bruce wrote on Sunday, August 22, 2004 (PDT):
  • My 9n has no ser.# on the left side of the motor but there is a number 9n-45384 on top of the motor by the spark plugs. Is this the serial number?
    gavin wrote on Tuesday, July 13, 2004 (PDT):
  • ford stands for, found of rubbish dump
    Don wrote on Thursday, July 08, 2004 (PDT):
  • I have 9N Ford with serial #9N217457, can anyone tell me what year it is?
    Lee wrote on Monday, April 26, 2004 (PDT):
  • Looking for a Ford 8N in good shape. We are located in northeast Nevada
    Jerry wrote on Saturday, March 20, 2004 (PST):
  • I have a 9N ford with seriel # 9NI23382--just what do I have here, can anyone tell me?
    claudia gravert wrote on Thursday, March 11, 2004 (PST):
  • i have 1939 ford tractor but know very little about it. great condition run good. i have always wanted to know what is worth. e-mail me.
    Ernie wrote on Sunday, March 07, 2004 (PST):
  • Currently restoring a 1939 Forn 9N with aluminum grill. Any comments of value or where to locate replacement parts in Southern Indiana/Illinois area?
    RALPH JONES wrote on Saturday, November 22, 2003 (PST):
    Rick Downing wrote on Saturday, November 15, 2003 (PST):
  • I just bought a 8n and really need a wiring diagram . I am not getting any spark at the plugs. Not sure of where the ignition wires go and the wire to the dist in front. Any idea where I can find this.
    Rodney Giese wrote on Monday, November 10, 2003 (PST):
  • Would Like to find short block for 40 ford N9.Live in wis
    John Hartman wrote on Sunday, October 19, 2003 (PDT):
  • I have a old ford tractor maby 2N that came with a piece of land I bought in California. It runs good and has several impliments with it. How do I find out more about it. It is a flat head engine with the disturbutor on the front of the block. ??
    Bob Tetrault wrote on Saturday, October 11, 2003 (PDT):
  • I have a 1939 9N that will not fire spark to the plugs and there has been a new coil, points, plugs, etc. installed and the distributor will fire out of the tractor.... anyone have any suggestions ? Thanks in advance !
    harold wrote on Monday, July 14, 2003 (PDT):
  • i just purchased a 1941-9n77459 for complete restoration project.always wanted one.would enjoy a lot of input....thanks
    Todd Graff wrote on Friday, June 20, 2003 (PDT):
  • I have a 9N that was purchased by my grandfather new. I smokes and cuts out after running a few minutes especially if under a load. The compression ranges from 45-75 psi, what should it be? My guess is the rings are worn and needs to be rebuilt. I just did a tune up and the results were the same. The serial # on the block begins with 9N but the cast for the rear axle has a 2N, what do I have? Great site! I would like to see the responses to the long list of questions that have been submitted.
    Earl Curtis wrote on Friday, May 23, 2003 (PDT):
  • We just bought 9N1207 but it has a verticle grill. Can't seem to find photos yet of the direct front of an original to help me restore ours. It runs, it stops, it is great fun, but some things must have been changes over the years. Where can I find a photo of a good restore of a 9N?
    Scott Filson wrote on Saturday, March 29, 2003 (PST):
  • I just bought and restored a 1948 9N. It's been a fun and challenging project. My tractor will will have a pretty easy life now, mownig 5 acres and doing the garden. I did not try to stay with original colors on this because I like the old ford red and didn't want an all grey tractor!! Nice site here!! I'll be back.
    Craig Shaffer wrote on Thursday, February 27, 2003 (PST):
  • I recently purchased a 1940 9N. Very happy with it. Only had to add a gas tank and some miscellaneous parts to it. Why is it so hard to find running boards for them? I found some at a junk yard but had to modify them but would rather have the original parts that belong with that model. Thanks
    thom wrote on Wednesday, February 26, 2003 (PST):
  • i would like to know if a snowblower is available for a 9n i have a plow , but the snow is too deep up in canada where we use it.the pto is good and the 3 point hitch is good -- its a 1940 good running 9n --- thanx
    Karl Hardin wrote on Sunday, February 23, 2003 (PST):
  • We have a 9N tractor unknown year, I am in need of a camshaft gear that presses on and has 44 teeth. anyone know what I have and how or where to find a replacement? All help appreciated.
    Don Javers wrote on Saturday, February 08, 2003 (PST):
  • I am looking for a toolbox for a 2N or a 9N.
    John Forward wrote on Monday, December 16, 2002 (PST):
  • I have a 1941 Ford Fergusson Farm Tractor No.9N36395 With Plough No. C-1019 Type 16A Blade 16A-A0120. Tires,Rear-9x32. Front-4X19. Tire Presures, Rear !2lb. Front 26lb. Battery 6 volt. Group 1. Generator U5. Radiator Cap.3gal. Fan belt #700 Gates-Vulco. This Tractor was Purchsed to help mine employees with victory gardens in April of 1941, and after the war it was used for pulling a trailer with building supplies around a mining town, then for several years it was only used to move a light aircraft in and out of a hanger, so it done very little hard work, and is in good working order. I bought it from the original owner and I have the purchase order No. and landed cost etc. The only thing that is not original is the gas tank, which I replaced because of internal rust. Along with the Tractor I also have supply of parts, such as pistons,Rings,Bearings, Valves, Valve guides, Gaskets, Etc.
    Roger wrote on Thursday, November 07, 2002 (PST):
  • I have a 39 9n #9n4093 it has the origanal 32 inch rear wheels smooth hubs. I am restoreing now. it will be for sale when I'm done. I understand there are not that many left with 32 inch wheels. What would be a far price. thanks
    Jim Cox wrote on Monday, October 28, 2002 (PST):
  • I am ready to buy my first tractor, just for fun. Two options are a 9N w front loader for 2500 or 8N with blade and brushhog for probably under 2000. which is the better buy? thanks. JC
    casey potter wrote on Monday, September 23, 2002 (PDT):
  • I have a 1940 9N and I am planning on restoring it. I need to find a new grill and three point arms . Does any one know where I can get these parts? I'd appreciate some help.
    Larry Johnston wrote on Saturday, September 07, 2002 (PDT):
  • I need an original battery hold down strap system for my 9N. Thanks. Larry
    Gene Launt wrote on Saturday, August 24, 2002 (PDT):
  • I have a 9N,casting D176, which leads me to believe the date of production in December 17, 1946. The serial number is either 9N218492 or 9N2T8492. If anyone could help me I would like to know the right serial number. The 1 or T dosen't look right as either, but it is the closest I can come to for that space. The 2 speed transmission, high/low on the left side, I am having trouble getting it to work. Is there any advise for this problem?
    Allen Suderman wrote on Wednesday, July 31, 2002 (PDT):
  • I would like to buy a 9N or 8N tractor in running condition. I live in Southern California, so I would prefer to find one in the West if possible. Please email me if you have one for sale.
    Al Grove wrote on Monday, June 10, 2002 (PDT):
  • I have a 1940 9N in excellent condition. It works weekly for me and has been maintained dilligentluyl. I am less than a year older than my trusty old tractor. I also have a 1999 Ford/New Holland that does the heavy lifting around the ranch but the 9N is really better to mowing and the lighter joby. Many questions have been asked by others about the 9N that I believe I can answer. Here are a few answers to commonly asked questions. 1. 9N tractors were first produced in 1939. 2. 2N tractors were produced during the war years. 3. 8N tractors were first produced in 1948. This should clearup model years. Improvement were continuously made. Many 2N's were shipped with steel wheels, no rummber tires, and magnitos innitions, no batteries, because of wartime shortages. These were hand crank models. Most were updated after the war when rubber and lead batteries became available again. 4. 9N's and 2N's were painted all grey. A darker grey than was used on 8 N's. 5. 8N's had the hood and fenders in light grey and the motor and chassis in red. 6. 9N's and 2N's were manufactured under a handshake agreement between Henry Ford and Harry Ferguson. Ferguson supplied the design and patent rights to the Ferguson lift system for the farm implements. 7. The handshake agreement ended in 1947 after a bitter lawsuit filed by Ferguson against Ford. 8N's were built by Ford with a different and improved lift system. 8. Ferguson made a very similar tractors both in the US and England after WWII. It was known as the "Ferguson." I wouuld be happy to answer other questions about the history if I can. algrove at
    mike hamilton wrote on Sunday, April 21, 2002 (PDT):
  • looking to buy a 8 or 9n tracker with loader, call or e-mail me please.785-488-2936,mh1161 at
    brendan o'neill wrote on Tuesday, April 02, 2002 (PST):
  • Does anybody know if the Ford 9N was exported to or manufactured in Europe especially Ireland. I want a suitably ancient tractor model for a story i'm writing.
    Tim Hanners wrote on Thursday, March 14, 2002 (PST):
  • If your having problems dating a 9n 8n or 2n I can give you the production dates from the serial number on the LH side of the block. It will start 9NXXXXXX etc. I currently have a 9N (9N23887) Made in 1940. It runs great. Plano, TX
    Todd wrote on Sunday, March 10, 2002 (PST):
  • After working in the woods with my 1940 9N I noticed my front wheels are out of alignment. If I have one straight the other is steering away. There is no adjustment in the arms the way I need to correct. Any ideas before I pull the steering apart.
    dave wrote on Wednesday, February 20, 2002 (PST):
  • hello I bought what i was told was a 1941 2n ? Was the 2n made in 1941 or is it a 9n what is the easy way to find out what it is that i own? I have had very good luck finding parts for what it is that i do own through valu-bilt tractor parts they will send you a free catalog 1-888-828-3276 thank goodness the 9n and the 2n share all the same parts i have had to order so far! thanks look foward to hearing from someone soon i hope dave
    Dennis Krause wrote on Tuesday, February 12, 2002 (PST):
  • I recently bought a 9N Ford tractor. Now I am hunting for a front end loader to fit on it. Are there new ones that fit or have to find an old one? Appreciate any help. I live in Montana so closer the better.
    Matt wrote on Sunday, January 27, 2002 (PST):
  • I just bought a 9n tractor. I was told it was a "1942" Any info. on what to look for and how to find out what year it is would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Matt
    Rich wrote on Sunday, November 11, 2001 (PST):
  • I would like to buy a tool box for a 1946 2n. It mounts next to the motor. Does anyone know where I can get one.
    Al Mingus wrote on Sunday, November 11, 2001 (PST):
  • Have a 9n ser#121111 which had water mixed with the rearend oil.The PTO works, but not the lift arms, since draining the bad oil does anyone have any ideas what I should look for re; lift arms.
    Ellen wrote on Thursday, November 08, 2001 (PST):
  • My mother is selling a 1950's tractor in good working condition. I has a frontloader,rear blade,and cab. Looking for its value as well a buyer.
    Joe wrote on Sunday, October 14, 2001 (PDT):
  • I have a very nice 9N with over under, new tires, excellent sheet metal,loader, cultivator, post hole digger,rear blade, lister. Looks & runs like nes. Located in Nebraska. $2650.
    Robert Garofalo wrote on Sunday, September 09, 2001 (PDT):
  • Does it pay to rebuild an engine on a 9n that has a welded block.
    Dave Berliner wrote on Friday, September 07, 2001 (PDT):
  • I recently acquired a 9N Serial #70068 manufacured in 1941. It was beautifully restored by it's previous owner. The paint scheme is Grey and Red. I began using it last week to run a 60 inch brush hog and it works quite well. There is a slight oil leak at the very front of the engine. The tractor had not be operated for nearly two years until last week. Has a seal deteriorated from lack of activity? Any suggestions are appreciated.
    belva wrote on Wednesday, August 29, 2001 (PDT):
  • My mother just gave my husband a tractor that my stepfather had purchased several years ago. He has passed on and we are unable to find anything that indicates what year or model it may be. Where do we look for numbers that will tell us what it is? It looks a lot like the above picture on this web page.
    tom marshall wrote on Saturday, July 28, 2001 (PDT):
  • can someone give me the engines cam and crank timming specs and how do i know if the no 1 cyl is on tdc
    roy shank wrote on Monday, July 16, 2001 (PDT):
  • i have a 1955 ford 650 and i am looking for the 2 rear fenders can anyone help me out thank you greatfully
    Bob wrote on Monday, July 02, 2001 (PDT):
  • I recently bought a 9n and the serial number is 9n1125221 and I was wondering if anybody could help me find out what year it is. It is in great shape and I also would like to repaint it to it's original color. Are the 9n's all grey or were some painted red and grey like the 8n's
    Bill wrote on Monday, May 21, 2001 (PDT):
  • I have recently purchased a 1941 Ford 9n, and I'm wanting to restore it to original color. Did this year come in more than one color or just one. If so what color(s)? If you have any pictures that would be nice. Thanks
    Ray Stowers wrote on Monday, May 14, 2001 (PDT):
  • Enjoyed seeing the pix of your 9N. I have a '46 9N that has been in the family since new. It has the Sherman step-up transmission. I still use it around the homeplace. It has got to where it cuts off sometimes. Have replace the wires and carb. Let me hear from you other 9N owners.
    Betty wrote on Tuesday, April 17, 2001 (PDT):
  • I have a Ford 9N tractor, and I'm not sure what year of make it is. I have the number - 9NI5I850 from the block, or it might be - 9N151850,I'm not sure. Can anyone help me out? I'm wanting to sell it also if anyone is interested. Thanks!
    burt wrote on Sunday, April 01, 2001 (PDT):
  • Restoring 1939 9n ser# 9n141 Alum hood help
    rick wrote on Thursday, December 07, 2000 (PST):
  • If your tractor runs for a couple of minutes and shuts down get your coil checked.
    Mike Swanick wrote on Wednesday, October 25, 2000 (PDT):
  • HI I too recently purchased a '41 9n. It had a stuck lifter,and a bent valve-I took care of them. When warmed up it often shuts down -no spark.any solutions? also it seemed to run better with choke part way out- I tried adjusting the carb but no sucess any suggestions? thank you
    WAYNE ANDREWS wrote on Monday, October 23, 2000 (PDT):
  • i have just started to restore my fathers 9n fordferguson tractor. iam having a problem with the serial no. (101386*) is it a 9n tractor or 2n tractor. the serial seem to overlap. how can i know for sure what it is? thanks wayne
    Ronald Peters wrote on Thursday, October 05, 2000 (PDT):
  • My question is What Years were the Ford 8N and 9N tractors and which one is best for all around use and how easily are parts found for these tractors
    bill watkins wrote on Saturday, September 09, 2000 (PDT):
  • thismaynotapplyhere,butijustpurchasedaford4600andwouldlike info.oneng,dieseltypeoilalsotrans&powersteeribg.anyinfoapprec.thanks
    Mike Ball wrote on Wednesday, September 06, 2000 (PDT):
  • I just bought a 1945 9N . Has a new paint job and looks pretty good...After taking delivery I've noticed fluid comming from the left rear wheel. How hard of a job is it to do a brake job and probably replace the rear seal? I will have to check to make sure its a 45 the plate with info on it in front of steering column was covered with paint . also came with a 2 bottom plow . as with the tractor it information plate was covered in paint. going to check around and see. the engine has been rebuilt and converted to a 12volt system. it also has a ferguson system on it, if it still works? going to play with if for a while and see .If anyone knows any web sites where i can look for info or parts let me know?thanks....
    Steve Olson wrote on Wednesday, August 30, 2000 (PDT):
  • Hello all! I've had my 9N for about 7 years, and have done quite a bit of work on it. I hope to answer and ask a few questions... For many who asked, the original color of the 9N was all grey. Many people, including the previous owner of mine, painted them like an 8N, white hood & fenders, red drivetrain. They're sometimes nicknamed "Red Belly". A good place to start for parts is a Ford tractor dealer. There is also CT (Central Tractor) I have bought parts from them, but about 1 in 4 don't work or fit right and I wind up going to the dealer. You have to be a little careful. Guido and Wayne - the problem with the current leak may be in your ballast resistor connections or your ignition (key) switch. Remember when you're testing, these are 6-volt *negative* systems. Carleton, you may need to check the choke arm to make sure the choke is closing completely. If I don't pull mine out all the way and make sure the butterfly valve is closing completely, mine is hard to start and likes starting fluid. I was accusing it of getting a buzz off the ether. ;) Hitch problems - the hydraulic fluid can get the valves pretty gunked up and then they don't work well. I think I used an automatic transmission fluid "cleaner", moved the levers for awhile, drained the fluid, added new and didn't have any more problems. The mistake a lot of people make is putting gear oil in instead of the proper hydraulic fluid. I hope to visit here and help more. Now, onto my question. My 9N starts fine and runs fine for about 1/2 hour. It will then lose power quickly, misfiring and finally dying within 2 minutes. I then have to wait a few hours 'til she's cooled down and I can use it again. When it's running, it runs great. Must be something related to the engine getting hot but what I don't know. Any help? SteveO
    Carleton wrote on Sunday, August 20, 2000 (PDT):
  • Have been working on my dad`s 9N. What started out as a tune up, turned into an obsestion. Does anyone have an idea why she is hooked on starter fluid. Will not start with out it.
    wildbill wrote on Monday, August 07, 2000 (PDT):
  • I am searching for toolbox that mounts under my battery on my 1941 9n ford. I am desperately looking please help thanks. Wild-Bill
    mike wrote on Monday, July 31, 2000 (PDT):
  • I have a 9N think itis a 1947 . it has a 3speed with a Sherman 2speed hi-low . any info as to if it is worth anything, it runs good and is all rebuilt . Thanks, "Mike"
    Brian wrote on Monday, July 31, 2000 (PDT):
  • I have an early 9n, and am interested in knowing what the pulling capacity of it might be. Thanks
    Jeff Richards wrote on Monday, July 24, 2000 (PDT):
  • I am thinking of purchasing a 9N or 8N for (1)- Mowing my lawn (approx. 2.5 acres), (2)- Snowblowing my driveway (approx. 385' long), and (3) - Mowing my Christmas Tree field (approx. 4 acres). Does anyone have any experience with this? Are snowblowers with a 3-point hitch available for these tractors? Interested in any comments or suggestions. I'm as "green" as they come! Thanks.
    Dean Sparks wrote on Friday, July 21, 2000 (PDT):
  • My 9n (Jan. 1940) is used every day on our farm, but it needs rings. It blows a full quart of oil an hour, or so, and it need to work the motor. Never done a flat-head 4 before, but I have the IT Manual. How scary is this job? How long will it take me? Should I hire someone to do it? I'm a decent mechanic, but re-builds are a little out of me league. Thanks.
    craig wrote on Saturday, July 15, 2000 (PDT):
  • I have a 1946 fergeson 9n that was just in a flood. Had 10'of water over it, any suggestions and what was origanal colors?
    Greg Gattermeyer wrote on Thursday, July 06, 2000 (PDT):
  • I am looking for an old compact tractor, preferibly a FORD 8n. The condition doesn't matter, as long as it runs good.I would like a double axil frond end.Can you help me? THANKS!!
    Chris Wright wrote on Tuesday, June 27, 2000 (PDT):
  • I have a 9N Serial # (found it on transmission)9N-3551-0 Any ideas on orignal colors ? Only trouble with it is the 3point hitch is either completly up or completly down, no in between. Other than that, tractor runs great.
    dan wrote on Sunday, June 25, 2000 (PDT):
  • how can you tell the diffrinc beetn the ford 8n and 9n
    DAVID JONES wrote on Monday, June 19, 2000 (PDT):
    Jeff Booker wrote on Monday, June 19, 2000 (PDT):
  • Started the restoration of the 9N with Ferguson System that has been working faithfully on the farm since my grandfather bought it new. As with several of the other folks on this page, I started to get confused about the serial number though. It appears to be a '41 or '42, and a Ford dealer once told me it was a '42. Yet the serial number on the block is '9NI54780*'. My understanding is that the '*' indicates steel cylinder sleeves versus cast iron. I recently was informed that Ford used the 'I' to represent the numeral '1' is this a '41 9N with a serial of 54780 or a '44 2N (even though the prefix is 9N!!)?? The characteristics definitely don't look like a '44, and it has the Ferguson System hood emblem as well as Ford's. But like Mike asks, how can a 9NXXXX be over the 105412 production number?
    Bud F. wrote on Tuesday, June 13, 2000 (PDT):
  • Purchased a 1945 9N Ford Ferguson a couple of weeks ago. Found out there was oil getting into the radiator. Also found that it has a burnt valve. We are in the process of rebuilding it. We already have one totally restored and it runs sweet. PAINTED ALL GREY.
    Ron Hood wrote on Saturday, June 10, 2000 (PDT):
  • just purchased a 9n in good running shape but neds body work, found ser. number on eng to be 8765 with no 9n or anything else. is this a good ser. number for a 9n? How can I be sure this is a 9n and not a 8n?
    Guido wrote on Saturday, June 10, 2000 (PDT):
  • Does anyone know the answer to 'WAYNE'S' problem submitted on November 22, 1999 regarding the generator drawing power with the switch off? I've emailed him & am looking for any suggestions out there for my father. Would be a great father's day present if I could help him solve this mystery. We've tried new battery, new coil, tested ignition switch as a possible cause, no luck.
    Michael Conder wrote on Wednesday, June 07, 2000 (PDT):
  • I have a 1943 2N Ford and it has a strait front axel that will not adjust . It also has a slight bend in the I-beam suport bars . Is this a BNO model ? Thanks .
    SHIRKMAN wrote on Friday, May 26, 2000 (PDT):
  • I have a 47 2N #2N238084* Just rebuilt top half of 3 point lift Man was that heavy but easy to do works good Can someone tell me the correct oil i need for one old 2N I used Nappa 48-805 ? don't ask me what that is That is what they said i need thanks
    WARREN wrote on Saturday, May 13, 2000 (PDT):
    Bob wrote on Saturday, May 13, 2000 (PDT):
  • Got one '41- runs like a clock
    mac pullen wrote on Monday, May 01, 2000 (PDT):
  • bought a 2n sn 226673 in good shape but not much range on three point hitch and is not too strong. It is adeq, for what I do but tractor is so good and neat I wish it were better. Use 90 wt mineral oil for gear oil. please reply.
    Jeff Nichols wrote on Monday, May 01, 2000 (PDT):
  • I recently purchased a 1939 9N with two 3 point attachments (2 bottom plow and a cultivater) for $400.00. I'm restoring the 9N and would like to find out the original color scheme. The bottom of the tractor was red and the rest is sky blue. Is that original? Any help would be greatly appreciated! I've searched the web and I haven't found anything like the colors on mine. Nice web site.
    rick wainscott wrote on Sunday, April 30, 2000 (PDT):
  • Just purchased a 2N in good condition and am having a problem with weak spark during the starting sequence. Is there a permanent "FIX" for this problem?
    Gordon wrote on Wednesday, April 26, 2000 (PDT):
  • I purchased a 9N that I thought I'd checked over pretty good but after running a few days found what appears to be a hair line crack on the side of the block. A very small amount of water oozes out 1 inch below the head and 2 inches behind the rear oil filter bolt. Will traditional Stop Leak work for a temperary fix? Any one else had this problem?
    Terry wrote on Thursday, April 13, 2000 (PDT):
  • I have a Ford 9N (1943), AND I am looking for a trip loader that will fit on the front. Anyone know where I might find one close to Wichita, KS?
    Mike wrote on Saturday, April 08, 2000 (PDT):
  • I have a 9N and we have a serial #9N208883.We wonder how this is possible as the numbers only ran to 105412. Any information you could provide would be great, i.e., the year etc.
    BUDDY wrote on Sunday, April 02, 2000 (PDT):
    Evan wrote on Sunday, April 02, 2000 (PDT):
  • I just bough a 1941 ford 9N tractor,it runs but needs a lot of work,my main problem is that there is condensation coming out of the pipe going to the oil pan. Can someone please E-mail me and tell me how to fix this? P.S I know it isn't water in the oile because i just changed it.
    LON HARLOW wrote on Friday, February 18, 2000 (PST):
    Jim wrote on Thursday, February 10, 2000 (PST):
  • I have a 9N and need to get the weight (probably calcium cloride) out of the tires. I will have to change the tires and would like to save the solution for the new tires. Any help will be appreciated. Thanks
    Scott wrote on Monday, February 07, 2000 (PST):
  • My wife bought me a 9N (#53523) 10 years ago and I am getting ready to restore it. I am quite picky when it comes to materials and wondered if anyone new of a very reputable parts supplier that carries new and used parts and also a quality engine complete rebuild kit. I am located in North Idaho if it matters. Thanks! Scott
    bob flow wrote on Sunday, January 30, 2000 (PST):
  • i have 1958 ford jubilee tractor. i would like to know how much it's worth. it has a front and loader an 3point hich.
    Chuck Hislop wrote on Wednesday, January 19, 2000 (PST):
  • I own a 39 9N (4digit Serial Number). I have restored the mechanics and am now wanting to paint it correctly. I have seen 9N in the red and grey and 9n's in just grey. Which is correct or does it matter?.
    Glen Kent wrote on Wednesday, December 15, 1999 (PST):
  • I have a 9N with a hydraulic lift problem. The lift works, but it seems to only have 2 positions, up or down. Eventhough the lift handle moves freely, the actual movement up or down occurs within a very limited (approximately 1 inch)range. Has anyone ever experienced this or has any suggestions for adjustment. Thanks Glen
    BRIAN WOODS wrote on Tuesday, November 30, 1999 (PST):
    Denny wrote on Friday, November 26, 1999 (PST):
  • I picked up a 9N monday with a stuck engine it sat for 6 years and some water got in what can I put in the top to losen it there is some thing that has been out there for a long time what is it? I only paid $500 for it.
    Dan Burger wrote on Wednesday, November 24, 1999 (PST):
  • I am getting no spark to the plugs, but I have power to and out of the coil. nothing is visably wrong, any suggestions on what the problem is. And what is that front prong on the coil for, not the pig tail. 9N, 1941
    wayne wrote on Monday, November 22, 1999 (PST):
  • i have a 1940 9n and am having a problem with the generator drawing power from the battery with the switch off. dose anyone have a idea why.
    Doug Charles wrote on Saturday, November 06, 1999 (PST):
  • I have a 1941 9N and I am having problems with flooding. The tractor ran well until I started having trouble with the carb, flooding. The carburator has just been rebuilt and I observed it working perfectly on another 9N when it was bench tested before I picked it up from the shop. Any ideas.
    Ralph wrote on Friday, October 29, 1999 (PDT):
  • Need to locate a replacement Distributor cap for a 9n that is mounted on the front of the engine block. Anybody got an idea how much and where I might locate one.
    Martin Coleman wrote on Wednesday, October 13, 1999 (PDT):
  • I have a 9N, not sure of the serial number, but i am repainting it. It looks like the bottom was red, but ive never seen a 9N with red. If someone could confirm this i would really appreciate it
    ZANE wrote on Wednesday, October 06, 1999 (PDT):
  • I have invented an attachment that I call the ZANE THANG to convert the lift so that it has position control which none of the tractors with the Ferguson system originally has. It bolts on in minutes and you do not have to alter any part of the original lift or tractor.If you would like information about the particulars on this much needed device just send me an Email at wzsherman at
    JONATHAN wrote on Wednesday, September 22, 1999 (PDT):
    j kotschwar wrote on Monday, September 06, 1999 (PDT):
  • I found a 9N with no pto real cheap, where the pto should be, is capped off by a cover with about 6 bolts, is there a kit I can get to have pto capability? THANKS, jk
    Bob Venturella wrote on Thursday, August 19, 1999 (PDT):
  • Any ideas for putting wider tires on the front of a 9N would be appreciated. Would like to mount 15" turf tread tires for mowing.
    kent aldrich wrote on Wednesday, August 11, 1999 (PDT):
  • need detailed print for rewiring 9n (1942). i&t book no help nor the parts manual. thanks
    Mike Johnson wrote on Thursday, August 05, 1999 (PDT):
  • I have a Ford 9N, Serial No. 11xxx, rear axels have not been converted. It has the cast iron trailing arms on the steering. Does this tractor have any special value to collectors? It is in good condition. What would it be worth? Mike Johnson
    Dale wrote on Monday, August 02, 1999 (PDT):
  • I need to change the points (distributer) on my father-in-laws 9N. It is a front mount distributer. any shortcuts? Dale
    theresa wrote on Friday, July 30, 1999 (PDT):
  • My dad has a 9N Ford tractor and is looking to convert from a 6 volt to a 12 volt. He is looking for a wiring diagram to help him convert this.
    Paul Hamilton wrote on Sunday, July 25, 1999 (PDT):
  • I am looking for the TOOL BOX that mounts on the side of the engine on the LH side close to the hood. For a 1942 or 1943.9N FORD tractor. My E-MAIL is paulham999 at, if you knowof, have one or know a place to call, write or E-MAIL I would appreciate it very much.
    JOHN A. NOWAK wrote on Saturday, July 24, 1999 (PDT):
    Eric Smith wrote on Wednesday, July 14, 1999 (PDT):
  • Hello all, I just bought a Ford 9N tractor that has no air intake or air cleaner and am looking for a replacement. It has a sir# of 9NT53900, Can anyone tell me what the "T" stands for as I have not seen this on any other tractor also dose anyone know it's age, date of manufacture? I live in a great little California town called Paso Robles, My email is ericsmith at P.S. Great web site!!
    Bob B wrote on Thursday, June 24, 1999 (PDT):
  • I am looking for the rear brackets (under fender)that are used to support the main arms of a Horn-New Idea "505" Loader. Thanks Bob
    josh wrote on Friday, May 14, 1999 (PDT):
  • My grandmother has a ford ferguson made in 1945 and she is looking to sell it. If anyone knows what it is worth or any helpful information please contact me at teri at thank you.
    David M.Maryott Sr. wrote on Wednesday, April 28, 1999 (PDT):
  • I have what seams to be a 40 or 41 ford 9N tractor, it came with the property I purchased in Dec. 98. I need to order a new aircleaner for it but the parts lists speaks of a access door through the hood. My air cleaner is side mounted and requires no door. It looks like it was mounted to or next to the battary tray. What looks like a bracket is broken and was modified. I sure could use some help with information. Thanks (engine # 9NI55736)The number says it a 1941, I wonder ?? Thanks.
    Carmen Schoenmaker wrote on Tuesday, April 27, 1999 (PDT):
  • We just purchased what appears to be this same year tractor from a friend who was selling there place. It needs some work but it runs good and strong. It has the Ford Ferguson

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