Re: Ford Wrench

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Posted by Tool Pro on November 24, 2022 at 06:45:31 [URL] [DELETE] :

In Reply to: Ford Wrench posted by Terr in Mo (T-Mo) on November 22, 2022 at 06:57:35:

This will clarify the Ford Tractor tool info. The adjustable wrench, part number B-17021 had a 3/8" square tang on the end, used from '31 til '40. It was used in the early 9N Tractor toolkits til April, 1940, then obsoleted and replaced with the 01A-17021-A Monkey Wrench, shorter and no tang. The Adjustable Wrench was obsoleted in all commercial and passenger vehicle toolkits beginning in 1946, but the tool was still an optional accessory available at cost from a dealer. The 9N-17004 Tool Kit was released in 1940 and contained: B-17005-A Tool Bag; 01A-17015 Open End; 01A-17016 Open End; B-17025-A Pliers; and B-17020 Screwdriver, and used up thru 8N Production. The 2N-17003 Shipping Parts Kit, issued with each new tractor, contained the 9N-17014 Plow Wrench and the 01A-17017-B Spark Plug/Head Bolt Wrench and these two tools would remain as the only tools with a new tractor up thru the Hundred Series Models. The Spark Plug Socket & Handle Wrench 2C-17017 was added after the NAA Model.

FORD N-SERIES TRACTOR TOOLS:


FORD 9N TRACTOR, EARLY, 1939-1940 TOOLKIT, ORIGINAL:

FORD TRACTOR 9N-17004 TOOLKIT, USED 1940 THRU 1952:

FORD TRACTOR 2N-17003 PART SHIPPING KIT:



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