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Re: 39 farmall h

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01-25-2013 20:10:10

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I'd like to hear more from paulginmn, but unique features of a '39 also included (if I am correct) rubber motor mounts, and no "lip" on the clutch pedal. Can't think of other differences (other than the push button "kill" on the magneto), but seems there were more. kelly

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01-26-2013 03:13:05

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 Re: 39 farmall h in reply to big_red_man, 01-25-2013 20:10:10  
I am going to head out to were my M is this afternoon. If I get a chance I will take a bunch of pictures and go through what I know. Paul

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01-26-2013 04:03:59

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 Re: 39 farmall h in reply to Paulginmn, 01-26-2013 03:13:05  
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The grill is different on a `39. Has a spot welded ledge for the hood to rest on vs. later grill that has 1 piece molded ledge. Light bar on `39 has a cast iron spacer for U-bolt that mounts the light bar to the steering support post. The light switch is not a round knob on a `39, it`s a flip lever. I have mine yet and `39`s are harder than heck to find with that type switch still on them. The PTO is 1 1/8" on `39`s, dont know when IH changed to 1 3/8".
I wouldn`t say `39`s are rare, but like it was said earlier, to find one with all the `39 only features is pretty special-at least to me. Most `39`s haven`t survived with all these features intact. There`s no doubt to me a `39 H with the unique `39 parts intact is worth more than later H`s.

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