8N Ford Tractor

Ford 8N, 2N, & 9N Tractor Parts 
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1939 - 1964 Ford Tractor Parts

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Check out our On-Line Parts Catalog for aftermarket repair and replacement part for Ford 2N, 8N & 9N tractors, Engine Kits, drivetrain, and accessory tractor parts.

Ford 8N Tractor Parts now carries Vintage N-Series Reproduction parts, as well as  newreplacement tractor parts for your favorite  8N antique tractor.   We have engine parts and decals, as well as a large selection of new and rebuilt tractor parts in stock and ready to ship.  Tractor radiators and carburetors also in stock.    Every new and rebuilt tractor part is backed with a warranty.

Ford8N.com also carries shop and service manuals for your antique Ford tractor, and much more. Browse our online catalog of Ford 8N, 2N & 9N parts.  If you don't see what you need, email or call.  Please have the tractor model and serial number and a description of the part or parts you are looking for. MASTERCARD, DISCOVER, AMERICAN EXPRESS & VISA accepted.
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A brief history of the N-series Ford Tractors

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The first of the 'N Series' of Ford tractors was the 9N. It included the first three-point hitch system on tractors, in the United States (Ferguson had used it on the Ferguson-Brown tractor built for him by David Brown Ltd. in the UK). A design which is still utilized on most modern tractors today.

The Hitch was designed to solve some of the problems found in the earlier Fordsons, such as flipping over if the plow hit an obstruction. The three-point hitch system was labeled as the Ferguson System; Ferguson would later part ways with Ford to set up on his own as the Ferguson Company to produce tractors. The company later merged with Massey-Harris to form Massey Ferguson.