First of all I don't have an H. Not enough room for any more tractors (according to the wife...) . But I see postings on here all the time about stages for identifying an H. What is the designation for? Is that the differences in hydraulic pumps available to different models or the fact that some had nine speed trranny's? I always thought there were just H's & Super H's.
Re: H question in reply to Joshua Rod, 11-04-2012 05:19:33
The H was available from the factory from 39 to 53. They were available with 3 engine set ups, distillate,kerosene,and high compression gas. The H could be order with options like pneumatic tires,pto,belt pulley,hydraulics,electrical system ect. The after market parts like the 9 speeds,live hydraulics,power adder kit,power steering ect were available starting in the early 50's through different companies and sometimes installed by the dealer but WERE NOT factory options. In 53 the super h came out basically the same as the h just bigger engine and disc brakes. Then the stage 2 super h came out which offered live hydraulics ect. Hope this helps jim.
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