Related Sites Contributed Article Fordson Model N Field Service Operations and Lubrication By Anthony West The daily or weekly servicing of any vehicle is of the utmost importance, and in days gone by when our favorite tractors were doing an important and Commercially vital job on the farm, these service operations would make a major difference to the running costs and economy of the farm. This being so, it surprises me to see how many enthusiasts attending rallies, shows etc, seem to be unaware of the importance of this constant attention. Possibly the modern machine with its 6,000 mile or even once a year service requirement has lulled them into a false sense of security. Maybe the fact that the machine they own no longer does a hard days work, has lead them to the impression that the service period maybe extended or even forgotten about. The true fact of the matter is this.
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Today's costs incurred when a tractor is restored can be quite considerable and yet many owners still run the wrong lubricants or use unsuitable cooling water, often. International Td5 Manual. 2016 Mercury 15 Hp4 Stroke Manual. Either through lack of awareness or complacency they will say we don't put fluid in the air cleaner 'it runs okay without' or its only had this oil in two months and all it does is run from here to there!
What we do with and how we restore and treat our machines is very much our own affair, but this article for those with an interest, is aimed at collectors who wish to get the best of and longest life from their tractor. Engine The Fordson Model N engine, has no pressure lubrication system and relies solely on 'splash' caused partly by dippers on the big ends collecting oil from troughs in the sump and partly by the motion of the tractor. Thus when the tractor is stationary and engaged on 'Belt work' it is doubly important to keep the sump up to the correct level on the dipstick.
The life of a Fordson, as with any splash lubricated engine, can be greatly shortened by running the engine with the oil level only a little below the dipstick 'L' level.