In Reply to: Ford NAA verses ford early 2000 series posted by Will on August 28, 2017 at 00:48:43:
You have to evaluate what your usage needs are as well. If you just need a weekend warrior tractor for mowing a few acres or less, garden tilling, and snow plowing, an N-SERIES will suit your needs just fine. If you have a hobby farm, horse rescue, or farm a lot more acres -say 40 or more, then a 2000 would be an upgrade, a 4000 even better. Both Dean and Ultradog have sound advice and I value both mens' opinions greatly. Power steering is a huge advantage/luxury. My next tractor, if I don't find a Moto-Tug or warhorse 2N, will be an 860 with live PTO and power steering. With my early 8N I have plowed many acres with it and a 2-bottom plow, but many times I wished I had more ponies and a 3-bottom plow. So, just saying, consider your requirements, but just to buy another tractor, well, nothing wrong with that...
"...he said, all I need is one tractor..." and that was lie!!!!
Tim *PloughNman* Daley(MI)