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The very 1st Super Hs guestion

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55 50 Ron

04-20-2017 16:29:55

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Did the very first Super H's have the battery under the seat?

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D Slater

04-21-2017 05:21:35

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 Re: The very 1st Super Hs guestion in reply to 55 50 Ron, 04-20-2017 16:29:55  
Bunch didn't come from the factory with battery under the seat. Change started at serial number 19234. Main difference to chassis from early to after the serial number was the center housing changed to move starter location and to mount a hydraulic unit on the housing. Engine driven hydraulic pump was added along with attaching parts. Voltage regulator was moved to back of gage box and wiring harnesses changed for that and battery location. Starter operating linkage changed some for a different starter location. Fuel tank outlet location moved back for hydraulic unit clearance. Hydraulic operating rod or rods rear support moved to the light bar if equipped. Early SH have serial number plate with longer measurement up and down. After serial break long part is front to rear. Engine and drive train the same for all SH. Front bolster with corner holes and some grills with two extra holes or places for extra holes not punched out ended up on some SH before the serial number break, but were used for the most part on SH after the serial number break.

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Ken Christopherson

04-20-2017 17:13:39

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 Re: The very 1st Super Hs guestion in reply to 55 50 Ron, 04-20-2017 16:29:55  
No. The fist run of Super H's (Stage I) had the battery under the tank like the H. Main differences were an increase in HP, and a pair of disc brakes if I recall.. Someone else may chime in. Stage II had live hydraulics, and battery under the seat. There is a good video done on the differences between an H and Super H done by Rachel aka 'Wrenching with Rachel' on Youtube. Link is below.

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