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Re: Fixing up an IH AOS-6 made in Australia

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Redturbo

02-07-2018 23:33:40




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I got out my IH Geelong Works book by SJ Galloway. Forgot a lot of the info in the book. The first Australian tractor was made on April 15/1948. On the grill is the IH emblem like Super's over here have, so they came out with that 5yrs earlier. All Australia built tractors from 1948 to 1965 that ran on Kerosene use that manifold. So the manifold in question is correct for a tractor built there. Orchard tractors built from 52 to 59 use the AC-248 engine. No info is listed about when cast tub change to frame rails thou. Rear tires(tyres) are 13 x 26. Fan shroud is deeper, cast iron oil pans, aluminum serial tags are some of the differences. The Super AW6 got the bigger engines like ours.

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Michael QLD OZ

02-08-2018 00:20:46




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 Re: Fixing up an IH AOS-6 made in Australia in reply to Redturbo, 02-07-2018 23:33:40  
Thank you.
the alloy tag is hard to read but I believe the numbers are:
AOS6 SAOS6503
1595



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