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Re: Combine head model numbers.

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12-29-2013 07:31:32

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Massey was doing that long before IH did. 43,44,63 ect.

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12-29-2013 08:49:03

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 Re: Combine head model numbers. in reply to dboll, 12-29-2013 07:31:32  
What years were those Massy heads built.

When they changed models did they add a number in front of the 44, and 63 with a model change?

IH started the number system in 64 or so with the 200 series. ex- 224 243 244 233 and so on. They went to the 700 series 1968 to 70 somewhere in there. The 800 series came out in 75 or so.

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12-29-2013 17:08:21

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 Re: Combine head model numbers. in reply to IaGary, 12-29-2013 08:49:03  
Massey was using those numbers in the 60's. They went from the hi-tin round decal heads to the low tin square decal heads with the same numbers and then went to the 1100 series in maybe the late 70's like the 1144 ect.As for IH I was thinking the head for our 303 was a 227 or something like that and the 4 rows for a 403 was a 429? Wasn't the 700 series was the first heads that used the 743, 744 ect. numbers?

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