This Owners Product Information Manual covers 1939-1947 Ford tractor with Ferguson System and Ferguson Implements, 9N and 2N Series models.
This book was published to allow owners to learn how to maintain and operate their equipment. Content is presented in an easy-to-understand question and answer format.
Q: What is the capacity of the fuel tank?
A: 10 gallons. Fuel is supplied by gravity from the fuel tank to the carburetor. Only one tank is provided. By means of a two-way valve, fuel can be drawn from the tank at the bottom or from an opening in a short standpipe. Thus, a portion of the fuel (a gallon) is held in reserve for emergencies. When the tank is full, by turning the fuel valve on reserve, whatever dirt or water may have gotten into the tank will settle down into the sediment bowl where it can easily be removed. The "Main" and "Reserve" supplies are indicated by the letters M and R on the sediment bulb aseembly.
Q: How far above the nearest point of the share should the coulter be set for average conditions?
A: 1¼ inches.
Q: What is the proper adjustment of the control spring, and explain the position of the control lever when making this adjustment?
A: The control spring is adjusted properly when it has no end play and can be turned easily with thumb and finger. This adjustment should be made with control lever in the raised position and final check made with an implement attached.
- Moldboard Plow
- Disc Plow
- Disc Harrow
- Bush and Bog Harrow
- Spring Tooth Harrow
- Sub-Surface Tiller
- NKO Cultivator
- SKO Cultivator
- Agricultural Mower
- HD Mower
- Corn Picker
- Loader and Crane
- Blade Terracer
- Disc Terracer
This manual (Form 3168), is reproduced under license agreement with Ford Motor Company and printed on acid-free paper.
Subject: Owners Product Information Manual For 9N and 2N Series. Ford Tractor. Ferguson System. 1939, 1940, 1941, 1942, 1943, 1944, 1945, 1946, 1947