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Re: loader question for 1957 IH400

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wayne in mn

11-28-2012 21:08:27

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Check your serial #'s; the 400 was only made in 1954, 1955, & 1956. Any later it would be a 450.
Scroll down a page or two for more descriptions of the differences between the 400 & 450.

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11-28-2012 21:16:51

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 Re: loader question for 1957 IH400 in reply to wayne in mn, 11-28-2012 21:08:27  
I am sure you are right,

I bet the old tractor is a IH450 as my friend assured me the tractor is a 1958 model.

question: did they make a IH450 in 1958?
if not, i will go back and check my dates and model numbers.

thanks for your input,

if the tractor is a IH450 do you think the frontend loader off the IH300 would fit on the IH450?

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11-29-2012 19:39:12

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 Re: loader question for 1957 IH400 in reply to maxwell99, 11-28-2012 21:16:51  
Yes. The H, Super H, 300, and 350 were all pretty much the same, as far as size and mounting goes. Same with the M, Super M, 400, and 450.

So chances are if it came off one, it will fit another, with maybe some flipped brackets, as others have said.

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