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|Todd Click||I recently purchased a 1939 model 9n Ford. It has two sway bars that attach to a bracket underneath the axles. It has about four holes in these brackets, and the sway bars are attached to the holes that are closest to the front of the tractor. So when I try to lift anything, it only goes so high before the sway bars hit the axles, and the pump starts making a knocking sound. With the sway bars removed, the lift goes a lot higher, and nothing makes a knocking sound. I've looked for shorter bars, but can't find any. I thought about cutting them shorter and re-drilling the holes. Has anyone else experienced this problem?
|Ken N Tx||Your mounting brackets maybe on wrong..Try switching the right to the left and left to the right..This would put your pins out further..