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International B-275 & B-23

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09-28-2012 10:13:32

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The B-275 was one of the highly successful range of International tractors built in the IH factory in Bradford, Yorkshire, England from 1958 to 1966.

35HP 4 cylinder indirect injection diesel engine, 4F & 1R gears with hi-low, live pto & hydraulics, and diff lock. The others in the range were the 30HP B-250 and the 40HP B-414.
The B-23 mower was available in 5ft & 6ft cutting widths, and was the best fingerbar mower in Britain.

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09-29-2012 01:41:14

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 Re: International B-275 B-23 in reply to NW MO Poppers, 09-28-2012 10:13:32  
IH did make gas/petrol engine versions which were all exported to USA, Canada and Scandinavian Countries. But not available here.

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Bob Bancroft

09-28-2012 15:31:10

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 Re: International B-275 B-23 in reply to KFD68, 09-28-2012 10:13:32  
I had an IH 3444 tractor/loader/backhoe. It was a great machine. The tractor part was British, with the downdraft carb. with the accelerator pump, the British Delco distributor, and Lucas starter. We put a clutch in it once. Backed it into the corner of the shop and took off the hoe. Lifted the cab up to the trusses. Then turned it around and backed the tractor out of the nose/front axle/loader frame assembly. THEN picked the engine off the drive train to access the clutch! An old friend who used to work at an IH industrial dealer told me what it would take, and I didn't believe him! He also told me they imported the partial machine and completed it here and avoided some duties/tariff issues.

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