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start up
« on: March 05, 2007, 01:48:53 PM »
Subject:   start up
Name:   bob keefer
Date Posted:   Apr 21, 06 - 3:55 PM
IP Address:   24.229.176.102
Email:   bobkeef1@ptd.net
Message:   Just got two 9ns

one will not turn over, trying to losen it up will marval oil, little bit at a time


the other turns over, but no start going to rebuild carb and new plugs

Any tips?

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Re: start up
« Reply #1 on: March 05, 2007, 01:49:38 PM »
Subject:   Re: start up
Name:   Rickey orrick
Date Posted:   Apr 25, 06 - 12:44 PM
IP Address:   204.184.61.253
Email:   redneckorrick@YAHOO.COM
Message:   check the altenator on the one that will turn over. i have a fully restored 9n myself, just clean the air filter, replace the oil filter and oil, clean out the oil bowl and add some bar and chain oil to it. the oil bowl is underneath the breather and uses oil to catch dirt and crud, replace its oil. also overhaul the engine, slap on some new tires and paint, and presto, a fully restored ford 9n tractor ready for display or work.check the cylinoid, make sure fire is getting to it, also make sure the gas is on, and the hose is not cloged up. any more questions?

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Re: start up
« Reply #2 on: March 05, 2007, 01:50:33 PM »
Subject:   Re: Re: start up
Name:   bob keefer
Date Posted:   Apr 26, 06 - 3:25 PM
IP Address:   24.229.176.102
Message:   NEW PLUGS, ROTOR, CAP, POINTS, CONDENSER, REBUILT THE CARB, NEW BATTERY

AND IT STARTED!!!