The Ford 8N Dearborn is an N-series tractor that Ford marketed between 1939 and 1952. This series of tractors included, besides the Ford 8N, also the 9N and 2N models. Although the name suggests otherwise, the 9N was the first in this series. It was a revolutionary model, as it was the first tractor produced in America to feature Harry Ferguson's three-point linkage system. A design that is still used today on the most modern tractors. The Ford 8N Dearborn was introduced in July 1947. By some standards, the 8N became the most popular farm tractor of all time in North America. More than 530,000 units were sold worldwide.
Unlike the 2N, an improved version of the 9N, the 8N was a largely new machine with more power and an improved transmission. The most notable differences between the 8N and its predecessors is the 4-speed transmission instead of the 3-speed of the 9N and 2N, and an increase in PTO and drawbar power. Unlike its predecessors, the Ford 8N features a "position control" system for hydraulic system adjustment. The 8N features running boards and was originally painted a lighter grey with a red body.
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