What is the difference between a Ford 9n and 2n?

What is the difference between a Ford 9n and 2n?

For instance, because of shortages in rubber, Ford installed steel wheels on the 2N. Another main difference between the 9N and 2N was the fact the 9N featured a generator and battery, while the 2N used a magneto and a hand-crank starter.

How do I identify a Ford 9n tractor?

The best way to identify a tractor is by the serial number. Serial numbers on the 9N-2N and 8N tractors are located on the left side of the engine block, just below the head and behind the oil filter. The numbers are usually not stamped very deep (or very straight).

How many horsepower is a Ford 9n tractor?

Re: How many HP does a Ford 9N have? Actually – the 9N tractor has closer to 23 hp. While it is "weak" by todays standards, it has about 90 torque and is one pulling beast.

How many horsepower is an 8n Ford tractor?

Engine and Performance The 8N features a 23.22 belt horsepower with a 27.32 maximum. The tractor has 92 ft-lbs of torque, reached at 1,500 rpm.