Re: farmall h in reply to H-66, 10-22-2013 19:46:26
running big valves n a ported head on a stock 175, is gonna run good on the high side but be a weak dog on the lugging rpm. running a super H venturi in the M carb will be too much for it. smaller carb is a must in this situation, I recommend a worked over H carb for best lugging rpm on this engine. keeps the velocity up at lo rpm.
Re: farmall h in reply to farmallhpuller1, 10-20-2013 19:33:50
If you go with a Farmall M carburetor change the venturi to a #23 or #24. The #27 that is in the M carburetor is to big and the tractor will not have any lugging power and drop off fast. I just went through that with a C175 (350) in my H puller. I run a #24 now and may try the #23 later. The #24 comes in the 350 utility.
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