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In Reply to: 1953 Ford 950 Neutral Safety Switch posted by Jimmy on Thursday, January 30, 2014:
Okay, the 5 speed transmission is the clue. You don't have a NAA. You have a 1956 950 which is a High-clearance row-crop type, 172 cubic inch engine. According to my book the -1 following the 950 is a tricycle with a single front wheel. Is this right? Anyway, you need to ask the folks on the Ford Tractor (other than 9N, 8N & NAA) forum just above this one. I'm sure they will help you out.
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