Age : 14 Join date : 2020-02-14 Posts : 165 Forum Rep : 6 Location : U.S, virginia
Subject: Re: Larger Tractor 9N Fri Mar 27, 2020 10:10 am
10mph? holy cow, i bet that thing has a TON of torque
Age : 45 Join date : 2016-09-06 Posts : 6432 Forum Rep : 478 Location : Shawnee, OK
Subject: Re: Larger Tractor 9N Tue Mar 31, 2020 10:29 am
Been fiddling with the 9n. It just isn't right in the Carb. I barely touch the highspeed jet and it wants to die, low speed appears to work fine. I know the gasket is torn inside so I know gas is leaking probably to the wrong areas. I know it is missing the manifold gasket. The other day I was watching a rebuild video and quickly realized. The carb is MISSING SOME INTERNAL PARTS! Yikes! And it runs that good without?
I toyed with the idea of a $30 Chinacarb, or a rebuild kit. I decided to do the right thing and rebuild it since the carb appears to be in good shape. Not sure when it will get here. Got me a new sediment bowl as the one I have is somewhat ok, but the rubber plunger is shot. I may rebuild that for later.
_______________________________________________ Li'l RED my original modified tractor!
Age : 18 Join date : 2018-11-09 Posts : 412 Forum Rep : 21 Location : Reeses Mill, WV
Subject: Re: Larger Tractor 9N Tue Mar 31, 2020 11:48 am
@MightyRaze yeah rebuild kit is way better then a cheap online carb. I rebuilt my carb of my great grandfathers 1963 International Harvester 404 Utility Tractor. After fixing the I still have a list of stuff to fix. Hasn't ran in 3.5 years.