CaesarInVa: I've a Ford 1940 9N but I don't seem to have that catch jar you mentioned for the heavier particles. In fact, my air intake is on the inside of the cowling and is just wire. Any thoughts on where the catch jar, if there is one, might be?
gaeilgesinger1: being a newbie with a 53 8N, I certainly appreciate the tutorial...I never did get the type of cleaner you used to clean...was that carb cleaner that you were spraying?
James Wil: Anybody else hear this kid saying "crap"?
Damon Meibers: nice how the kid is inhaling the toxic carb cleaner...smooth move
GrowLLLTigeRRR: Parents are the first and best teachers children will have. Good job.
2LateIWon: I think it made a little difference just make sure the underside of the tank is really clean before stick it under there (or as you might guess it wont stick very long LOL)
Come to find out my problem was actually my gas cap. It wasnt venting like it should have.
kffive: Nice heat shielding work on the air tube and fuel line.
Dose it run any better? or less vapor locks?
My 8n seams to have a slight lag when warn going from idle to about 1500rpms.
I have done all the normal tuning to carb and ignition.
2LateIWon: LOL yeah kids never know what they are going to ask
Thanks Glad It could help. These are great little tractors
Lee Crawford: 3:09 "What happens if you drink it?" I laughed.
Thanks for the helpful video. I have an 8N I bought a couple months ago and just discovered the oil level mark on my air filter. It's bone dry and full of junk, so after seeing yours does have oil in it, I'm happy to have maybe caught it before something needs replaced.
2LateIWon: Im pretty sure it was 10w30. but 10w30 or straight 30w does good in my climate (where it gets pretty hot) Thanks for watching
Van Craven: What grade oil did you use in the filter? SAE30w or ?? thanks great videoi
Ian M: Haha, laughed so hard when she asked what happens when you drink carb cleaner! So funny!
2LateIWon: absolutely and the crazy thing you can still get parts 60yrs later and cheap!!!!
Denkha94: thank you. they are very reliable tractors.
2LateIWon: I think it was only about 5 quarts. Just be careful when you drain it because the oil drain plug is huge and will drain 90% of it in about 2 seconds.
Thanks for watching
Denkha94: Hi their, how many gallons or quarts of motor oil does the engine take? thank you.
2LateIWon: Thanks I liked your vid of the Massey. It was a nice and unexpected change ;-) (even though you do have a broad arangement of things you work on)
briansmobile1: Sweet tractor man!
How to change oil on your air filter for 8N/9N/2N Ford Tractor5
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