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D Slater

12-30-2012 06:26:02

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IH considered the swinging drawbar a attachment.
As time progressed IH changed the drawbar supports,front and rear, drawbars and the piviot pin. Without doing any checking I remember the drawbar rollars showing up about the time M production ended. When IH started to use the bigger in the center roller, think it was to help with wear on the U shaped drawbar and the support above the drawbar. When the U shaped drawbar was set at different heights the swinging drawbar did not always intersect at a square angle. That would cause the U drawbar and its upper support to wear more on one edge or end. Roller with the high center was supposed to help.

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12-30-2012 08:30:27

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 Re: drawbar roller in reply to D Slater, 12-30-2012 06:26:02  
I have an H with the barrel shaped roller and I believe it was factory. It came off the truck that way, but I was 4 years old and it could have been a dealer item. Other neighbor's SM tractor had the roller as well. Jim

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D Slater

12-30-2012 11:10:48

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 Re: drawbar roller in reply to Janicholson, 12-30-2012 08:30:27  
Jim you made me check my memory. First roller that replaced the straps came out on swinging drawbar attachments in march or april of 1952. Attachment 49205DB for H and 49204DC for a M. Effective SM serial # 3900 or MD 3937. These were roller assemnly 356563R91 or a roller with no hump. In 1957 the hump roller assembly 356563R92 was effective at F450 serial # 10778 and F350 at 8741. Later they made a few changes and called it 356563R93. SH tractors got the no hump roller. Jim don't know the model H you mentioned, but H tractors were made into 53 so some are in the roller time period.

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12-30-2012 11:30:10

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 Re: drawbar roller in reply to D Slater, 12-30-2012 11:10:48  
Mine is a SH Stage-1 Spring 53 serial# I am not near it now, but all my recollection is barrel shape, about 1.125 on the ends, 1.5 in the middle, and ~7.5 inches long with Zerk for grease. Jim

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12-30-2012 10:33:47

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 Re: drawbar roller in reply to Janicholson, 12-30-2012 08:30:27  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see My supr h has a factory one also.

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