This listing consists of a set of two Ford tractor implement owner's manuals: one for the plow, and one for the three-point hitch system & its implements. The first is the "Instruction Plow Book Models 9N-2N-8N 1939-1952." This operator's manual is a quality reproduction of the manual that came with your Ferguson plow. Inside you will find instructions for operation and care, attaching & detaching the plow, adjustments for rolling coulter and jointer, adjusting the width of the cut, lubrication, top link, rear furrow wheel, and plow shares. You'll also get step-by-step instructions and illustrations for attaching and detaching the plow, and a section containing instructions on proper furrow creation. The final section contains diagrams and suggestions for proper field layouts. The book measures 8.5" x 11", has 12 pages, and is in NEW condition! The second book in the set is "Getting the Most out of the Ferguson System/Owners and Mechanics: A Handbook on Operation and Care" This is a quality reproduction of the owner's manual that Ford issued for the Ferguson 3-point hitch and hydraulic implement system. Ford had the experienced operator in mind when they gave pointers on operation of the tractor, attaching & detaching implements, better plowing, using the Ferguson disc harrow with advanced disc harrow techniques, one-minute cultivator adjustment, and tilling with the system. Also includes maintenance schedule, lubrication chart, and instructions for care of the tractor itself! You will find out how to care for your Ford-Ferguson tractor's hydraulic implements with lubrication charts for the 2-bottom moldboard plows, disc plow, tandem disc harrow, single disc harrow, heavy-duty disc harrow, agricultural mower, PEO mower, lister cultivator, corn picker, and disc terracer. This manual was originally issued in 1946 and is meant for 1939, 1940, 1941, 1942, 1946, & 1947 Ford-Ferguson 2N/9N tractors; and is also be useful for 1948, 1949, 1950, 1951, & 1952 Ford 8N Tractors. 37 pages, NEW. Buy now to learn how to get the most out of your tractor.