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Difference Between C and Super?

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Ted Womack

05-03-2010 18:40:35
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Buying a C and what to know difference C and Super?




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The Dukester

05-07-2010 10:47:05
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 Re: Difference Between C and Super? in reply to Ted Womack, 05-03-2010 18:40:35  
Something I think you "pros" missed...the Super C used a regular 17 inch steering wheel while the C's used a 15 inch wheel like the B's, BN's and A's used



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El Toro

05-04-2010 07:39:19
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 Re: Difference Between C and Super? in reply to Ted Womack, 05-03-2010 18:40:35  
Some of the Super C's have a fasthitch. Hal



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mkirsch

05-04-2010 05:22:57
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 Re: Difference Between C and Super? in reply to Ted Womack, 05-03-2010 18:40:35  
Ted,

The Super might weigh a LITTLE more, but not 900lbs. These tractors were overbuilt from the get-go so there was little need to "beef" anything up for a meager 10%-25% horsepower improvement.

Everybody's told you what's different, but not how to identify the differences.

Band brake covers look like tin pans. Disk brake covers are heavy castings with a slightly rough texture to the surface.

The higher hood can be easily identified by a 2" gap between the gas tank and the hydraulic block. A regular C will have the gas tank right on top of the block.

This one I'm not quite sure on, but I think pedals are straight on a Farmall C, and slightly curved on a Super C. It may be the other way 'round.

The C-113 and the C-123 will be cast into the engine blocks of their respective tractors.

Also, the Super C serial numbers start at 100001. If your tractor has a 6-digit serial number, it's a Super C.

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Ted Womack

05-03-2010 19:00:38
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 Re: Difference Between C and Super? in reply to Ted Womack, 05-03-2010 18:40:35  
Super weights about 900 lbs. more because frame has been beef up.



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504

05-03-2010 19:27:41
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 Re: Difference Between C and Super? in reply to Ted Womack, 05-03-2010 19:00:38  
There is no frame on a C/SC.



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Glen E.

05-03-2010 18:54:58
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 Re: Difference Between C and Super? in reply to Ted Womack, 05-03-2010 18:40:35  
C is 113 cubic inches, Super C is 123 cubic inches. The radiator is about 2 inches taller on the Super C, which causes a gap between the gas tank and hydraulic unit. On the C, the gas tank almost sits on the hydraulic unit. A super C has disc brakes, and the C has drum brakes. The gap between the gas tank and hydraulic unit is the easiest way to tell the difference from a distance. Hope this helps.

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Janicholson

05-03-2010 18:51:34
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 Re: Difference Between C and Super? in reply to Ted Womack, 05-03-2010 18:40:35  
A difference of 113 to 123 Cid on the engine.
Substantial brake differences Drum on the C, disk on the newer SC. Brake pedals are different.
Possible water pump on the SC none on the C
Entire rad and hood about an inch and a half taller on the SC. Possible Fast hitch if it is a late year SC. And other minor differences (((might))) include a regulator on the charging system instead of a cutout relay, the use of a Distributor instead of mag, seat differences, pressurized cooling system on SC, and other small items. Jim

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