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Ford Tractor Parts Lookup / Parts Catalog by model number

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2N

8N

9N

501

541

600

601

611

620

621

630

631

640

641

650

651

660

661

671

681

700

701

740

741

771

800

801

811

820

821

841

850

851

860

861

871

881

900

901

941

950

951

960

961

971

981

1000

1100

1110

1120

1200

1210

1215

1220

1300

1310

1320

1500

1510

1520

1600

1620

1700

1710

1710 Off

1715

1720

1900

1910

1920

2000 4cyl

2000 3cyl

2110 3cyl

2110 4 cyl

2120

2310

2600

2610

2810

2910

3000

3055

3230

3415

3430

3600

3610

3910

3930

4000 4 cyl

4000 3 cyl

4030

4100

4110

4130

4230

4000 SU

         

4600

4610

4630

5000

5030

5100

5600

5610

5640

5900

6000

6410

6500

6600

6610

6610S

6640

6700

6710

6810

7000

7100

7200

 

7530

7600

7610

7610S

7700

7710

7740

7810

7810S

7840

7910

8000

8010

8210

8240

8340

 

8530

8600

8630

8670

8700

8730

8770

8830

8870

8970

9000

9600

9700

 

FW-20

FW-30

FW-40

FW-60

NAA

TW-5

TW-10

TW-15

TW-20

TW-25

TW-30

TW-35

 

 

 

 

       

Choose your model below for the Ford Industrial Tractor Parts Lookup

230A LCG

231

250C

260C

335

340A

340B

445

445A

445C

530A LCG

540A

540B

545

545A

545C

545D

1811

1821

1841

1871

1881

2910 LCG

3400

3500

3550

4110

4400

4410

4500

4610 LCG

6500

2030

4040

 

 

8N Ford Tractor Parts

8N Parts

NAA Ford Tractor Parts

 Parts

3930 Ford Tractor Parts

Parts

3600 Ford Tractor Parts

Ford 3600r

9N Ford Tractor Parts

Ford 8n

4600 Ford Tractor Parts

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Ford Tractor Parts from 1939 to the last one that rolled off the assembly line. 

The first Ford tractor was the 9N, the first tractor to have both three-point hitch and a rear Power Take Off. The 9N was first demonstrated in Dearborn, Michigan on June 29, 1939. Like the Farmall, it was designed to be a general-purpose row-crop tractor for use on smaller farms. An extremely simple, almost crude tractor, the 9N was fitted with the Ferguson system three-point hitch, a three-speed transmission, and featured foot pegs instead of running boards. Ford Tractor Parts. The 9N's relatively tall and wide-spaced front wheel design resulted in somewhat sluggish steering and reduced maneuverability compared to competing machines such as John Deere's Models A and B, and the Farmall 'Letter series'. Uniquely, the exhaust was routed underneath the tractor, much like an automobile. All 9N tractors were painted dark grey. This tractor has a rear Power Take Off (PTO) which could be used to drive three point or towed implements. The Ferguson hitch was designed to solve some of the problems found in the earlier Fordson tractors such as flipping over if the plow hit an obstruction.

The 9N was revised a number of times, until being re-launched as the 2N in late 1941. The 2N still came in dark grey, but now had added improvements including a larger cooling fan and a pressurized radiator. However, the 2N, like the 9N, still had only a 3-speed transmission, a disadvantage compared to the Farmall A and M. By this time, wartime regulations had imposed manufacturing economies, and some 2Ns can be seen with all-steel wheels and a lack of sleeved engines. Ford Tractor Parts. Batteries were reserved for the war effort, so the all-steel wheel tractors came with a magneto ignition system instead of a battery. After the war the steel wheels and magneto system were replaced with rubber and batteries. All of the 9N and 2N models featured a front-mounted distributor, which proved difficult to service. It is hard to tell the difference between the 9N and the 2N .

 

Official production of the 8N tractor began in 1947. Equipped with a 4-speed transmission, this model was destined to become the top-selling individual tractor of all time in North America. The most noticeable differences between the 8N and its predecessors was the inclusion of a 4-speed transmission instead of a 3-speed in the 9N and 2N, and an increase in both PTO and drawbar horsepower. The other big change on the 8N was the addition of a 'Position-control' setting for the hydraulics. This change was made partially to improve flexibility in varying soil conditions, and partially to evade Harry Ferguson's patent on the hydraulic system, since Ferguson's production agreement with Ford had been terminated at the end of the war. Ford Tractor Parts The original automatic draft control on the Ferguson system would allow the depth of the implement to vary based on soil conditions, which did not work well for some implements. The new Position Control setting bypassed the draft control and allowed the implement to remain at a consistent position relative to the position of the Touch Control lever. A continued drawback to this series of tractor, was the safety need for an overrunning clutch at the end of the PTO shaft. This was addressed with the advent of the PTO overrunning coupler.

The 8N was equipped with running boards and was painted gray on the sheet metal and red on the body. It was the first Ford tractor to feature a clutch on the left side and independent brakes on the right. Ford Tractor Parts The wide-spaced front wheel design of the 9N and 2N was retained. In 1950 the 8N design changed to feature a side-mounted distributor, as well a Proof meter (combined speedometer, tacometer, hour meter) located on the lower right portion of the dash.

In 1953 Ford introduced an overhead valve engine in a model dubbed the Golden Jubilee, also known as the Ford NAA. Larger than the 8N, the Golden Jubilee featured live hydraulics. Ford Tractor Parts.

 


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Are you looking for Ford Tractor Parts Online? Then you have found the right Website.

Alma Tractor Parts Department is a full line parts Dealer.

We stock a large inventory of parts, from the old 9N, 2N, and 8N Tractors to the very last Ford Tractor that rolled off the production line. We stock many of the filters and maintenance parts to help keep your Ford Tractor performing at peak efficiency.  We also stock Starters, Alternators, Steering Parts, Decals, Hydraulic Parts, Etc… for your Ford Tractor.

We can ship parts to you, Priority Overnight, 2nd Day Air, or Ground, whichever fits your needs.

We regularly run Free Shipping on Orders over $200 on our Online Parts Store, to help our customers out with their shipping expense.

We are supported by several large warehouses for those harder to find parts.

We have 2 easy ways for you to order your parts.

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We want to help you find your parts! If you have questions please call our parts Helpline.

 

Dear Valued Customer,

Our Experienced and Friendly Parts Sales Staff at Alma Tractor will go above and beyond to help you keep your equipment up and running.

Every one of our Parts Staff members have over 10 years of experience in the parts business and we have over 100 years of combined experience in helping customers find their parts, no matter what brand it is.

Let us help you make your parts buying experience easier.

Even the most dependable equipment needs a new part now and then. Alma Tractor maintains an extensive inventory of Ford Agriculture parts, so you'll have the parts you need as quickly as possible. 

Our convenient live helpline is staffed with experienced friendly parts technicians to help you select the correct part for your equipment. All you need is the model number and serial number of your machine to get the correct parts you need for your Ford Agriculture equipment.

Sincerely,

Alma Tractor & Equipment Parts Team

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We want to help you find your parts! If you have questions please call our parts Helpline.

When you are ordering parts it is sometimes necessary to locate the date code, serial number, or ordering code of your tractor to help find the exact parts you need.

Below is a chart showing the location of those numbers to help you find the correct parts.

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Once you have found the numbers you need then here is how to tell which number is your date code to help you find the correct Ford Tractor Parts.

The Date Code for your tractor has 5 digits, and usually starts with one Number, a Letter, two Numbers and a Letter.

Here is an example: 0L13B

0 = Year of manufacture Ford Tractors were only made for 10 years at a time, so once you know what years your tractor was made then you know by this first digit what year it is.

L = Month of the Year the Tractor was made, in this case November. Always remember to skip the letter I.

13 = Day of the Month the tractor was made.

B = Shift it was made on. A = Early Shift   B = Evening  Shift  C = Graveyard Shift

The Other 2 numbers usually located in the same place are the Ordering Code, and the Serial Number.

Sometimes these other 2 numbers may be needed to help you find the correct Ford Tractor Parts you need.

The ordering Code will be 6 digits for example: CA614C

This number can help you figure out what Series your tractor is, what type chassis it is, Fuel Type, PTO Type, and what Transmission was originally in the tractor.

The Serial number will obviously show where your tractor fit into the build sequence the day it was made.

As Always if you need help finding the right parts Please Call our parts Helpline and one of our Friendly and Experienced Parts Techs will be glad to help you.

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