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Re: Farmall Super C

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I guess it depends upon where you are located; Here in the Southern Tier of NY $2000 is plenty even if you don"t have to do anything with it...that is simply due to the commonality of Super Cs around here.
That having been said a good Super C is worth every cent you do spend on it! It"ll do anything an H will do from a power standpoint (yes I realize that there are certain applications where the greater size and weight of an H come in to play,) it"ll turn on a dime if ya don"t have a useless wide front end on it, it is easy to work on, easy to trailer around, very very handy esp. if ya have the Fast Hitch!
If ya wanna take one tractor to a pull and be competitive in a lot of weight classes then get some weights and go pullin" in the Truly stock or Div. 1 you"ll be able to get into the #3500 class but ya prolly will be a lil light to win, things"ll get a lil better in #4000 but #4500 is where they really start to hook up, I continue on in the #5000 where you will be real competitive, and then #5500 where the JD As and Super Hs will get ya. Rule of thumb: if ya lose to a straight H that doesn"t have the low/low/low 1st gear, then it"s time to do some work on it! LOL
Out of about 13-14 tractors, the Super C would be the last one we"d part with!

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