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What is a Super A - 1?

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c.amick

02-08-2018 17:59:07




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Is it just a Super A with fast hitch that was made in between the Super A and 100 series?




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Donald in mn

02-09-2018 08:09:09




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 Re: What is a Super A - 1? in reply to c.amick, 02-08-2018 17:59:07  
Looking at some of of the photos it looks like it could be a high clear model. which if it is could be a very rare tractor so it could be worth a lot of money



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BarnyardEngineering

02-09-2018 04:56:19




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 Re: What is a Super A - 1? in reply to c.amick, 02-08-2018 17:59:07  
The Super A-1 was made for a short time in 1954 before the introduction of the 100. Basically it is the same tractor as a 100, except with Super C sheet metal on it.

Yes, I said Super C, because the A-1 has the 2" taller radiator of a Super C, along with the C-123 engine with water pump of a Super C.

A distinct feature of the Super A-1 is the 2" gap between the bottom of the fuel tank and the top of the hydraulic block. Same as a Super C would have.

I think the decals originally did say "Super A-1" on them, but nobody made correct replacement decals until recently. Most of these tractors got repaints and new decals within the first few years, so the original decals would have gotten obliterated.

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c.amick

02-09-2018 17:48:27




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 Re: What is a Super A - 1? in reply to BarnyardEngineering, 02-09-2018 04:56:19  
Did IH make any other interim letter series models like a C-1, H-1, etc.?



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mwilke

02-10-2018 08:33:13




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 Re: What is a Super A - 1? in reply to c.amick, 02-09-2018 17:48:27  
No. C to 200, H to 300, etc.



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Cedric

02-09-2018 00:54:37




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 Re: What is a Super A - 1? in reply to c.amick, 02-08-2018 17:59:07  
I had a 1954 Super A-1 at one time. The Serial No. was FAA-1, 357278. Engine No. 206819
It had the 123 cu.in. engine.
There was no A-1 on the model decal.
Sid.



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john *.?-!.* cub owner

02-08-2018 19:34:09




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 Re: What is a Super A - 1? in reply to c.amick, 02-08-2018 17:59:07  
Typing and thinking not together. Serial starts with FAA-1, no SA 1.



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john *.?-!.* cub owner

02-08-2018 19:29:47




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 Re: What is a Super A - 1? in reply to c.amick, 02-08-2018 17:59:07  
It looks like the decals definitely say 1, not I. The industrial has a square front axle with braces running back to the torque tube, and a foot throttle, of which the shown tractor has none. Guy Fay's book, and TractorData.com both list a Super A 1, made in 1954, though I can not find a listing for a Super A I. According to both of them the serial number should start with SA 1. both do show it having a 123 cu in. engine rather than the 113 of the SA.

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Darald

02-08-2018 19:10:10




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 Re: What is a Super A - 1? in reply to c.amick, 02-08-2018 17:59:07  
You maybe mistaking the I for a 1, I stands for industrial.



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MikeinKy

02-08-2018 18:19:52




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 Re: What is a Super A - 1? in reply to c.amick, 02-08-2018 17:59:07  
I think the Super A 1 was made in late 1954 before the 100. It had, I think the 123 cid engine like the 100 and later tractors had.The super A, I believe was a 113 engine.



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