Re: Hand Cranking 1949 8N

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Posted by carl on October 26, 2021 at 14:33:05 [URL] [DELETE] :

In Reply to: Hand Cranking 1949 8N posted by Dan Brennan on October 22, 2021 at 18:24:53:

The Ford Tractor hand cranks cannot be used if there is a grille guard/bumper attached the axle. There are two pins/tangs on the end that fit into the kingpin for a positive stop. The wartime model came with a special crank that was spring loaded (for kick back) and had a wooden spinner handle. The NAA version came with a forged knuckle on one end. *There is a How-Tos here to make your own but note that the diameter of the shank is listed as 5/8 however the original diameter of the cranks are 11/16 so dont know how well they work.


ORIGINAL FORD TRACTOR HAND CRANKS 9N-17040; 2N-17040; NAA-17040:

2N-17040 HAND CRANK ONLY WITH INDUSTRIAL & WARTIME MODEL:

HO-MADE 9N-17040 HAND CRANK *NOT TO OEM SPECS:



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