so my dad has a ford 9n and we were trying to replace the belts on the motor and realized that the front axle bushing had walked its way back and started to grind into the front of the crankshaft pulley. so we supported the front of the motor and pulled the whole front axle assembly off. the bushing is garbage, so we got a new one comming, but my question is what holds that front axle bushing in place? there are holes in the bushing, and a hole in the support bracket the bushing goes into, so im thinking a pin of some sort? but we also have a loader on the tractor, and the shaft for the hydraulic pump that runs the loader is bolted to the crankshaft pulley and runs through the middle of the axle bushing, so a pin would hit the shaft if it was very long. does anybody have a setup like this, where the shaft that drives the hydraulic pump for the loader runs through the axle bushing? if you could let me know what holds the bushing in place that would be great. pictures would be greatly appreciated, but any advice is helpful. Thanks a lot.