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farmall 100 hood

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10-12-2017 18:31:40

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I ordered the FARMALL emblem for my farmall 100 distillate tractor ,the emblem has 4 studs on back.The hood has 3 holes from factory.My other tractor is a farmall 100 not distillate its hood has 4 holes for the emblem FARMALL both are 1955 models. Does anyone know why the difference in number of holes in the hoods? just curious

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10-13-2017 06:58:25

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 Re: farmall 100 hood in reply to tuckaway, 10-12-2017 18:31:40  
Are you sure you didn't end up with a Farmall emblem from a 300/400 size tractor? IIRC those have 4 studs because they are larger.

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Jim Becker

10-12-2017 19:52:37

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 Re: farmall 100 hood in reply to tuckaway, 10-12-2017 18:31:40  
There were R1 and R2 versions of the "FARMALL" name plate. Parts catalog says 6 clips (both sides) on the R1 and 10 on R2. It's not clear why it says 10 rather than 8. Maybe an error in the catalog? You sure the plate with 4 doesn't have one broken off?

My best guess is the early ones were falling off so another stud was added.

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10-16-2017 06:04:49

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 Re: farmall 100 hood in reply to Jim Becker, 10-12-2017 19:52:37  
I'd like to see that. send some pictures. I can also check a few hoods I have like that, and check my distillate Farmall 100.

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