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post #16 of 22 Old 10-04-2010, 11:08 AM
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Re: 8n ford clutch stuck

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oh crap so is this not what I need. I was going to use Traveller® Universal Tractor Trans/Hydraulic Fluid, 5 gal.

SKU Number: 0806391
Manufacturers Number: TS44HT5P

I was going to change out the hydro/gear/tranny fluid and rebuild the hydro piston with the NAA style.
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Re: 8n ford clutch stuck

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oh crap so is this not what I need. I was going to use Traveller® Universal Tractor Trans/Hydraulic Fluid, 5 gal.

SKU Number: 0806391
Manufacturers Number: TS44HT5P

I was going to change out the hydro/gear/tranny fluid and rebuild the hydro piston with the NAA style.
I would suggest the 90wt Mineral oil (5Gal)..

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Re: 8n ford clutch stuck

the utf will work.. but in the old N's.. the 90wt gl1/3 fluid is likely a better choice..

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the utf will work.. but in the old N's.. the 90wt gl1/3 fluid is likely a better choice..

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especially if there is any wear in the system...



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post #20 of 22 Old 05-18-2013, 03:50 AM
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Re: 8n ford clutch stuck

This thread is old, hope someone is still listening.
My Ford 8n, 1951 model decided to quit right after blading ~550 yds of dirt. Pretty sure it's the clutch. Have a pile of 5yds (last dump-truck load) to finish job. Tractor is stuck, won't move on it's own power.

Is this model a standard clutch arrangement like a car or truck?

A few weeks ago I stopped at a parts store and they looked at me funny when I asked for mineral oil.

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Yep, standard single plate clutch. If you have ever put a clutch in a car then the N is a piece of cake.
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Re: 8n ford clutch stuck

Thanks,
I'll find out as soon as the weather clears up.
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