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Farmall H Farmstock

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08-10-2014 16:02:27

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Hello, i have been out of antique pulling from quite some time. Coming up locally at the Cambria fire hall near me in Lockport is a pull where they are running a stock class early in the day. Only tractors i have left i didnt sell off is my grandpa"s ol Farmall H and a Farmall A. Im thinking i want to take my ol H wich is bone stock original untouched. I remember i took this to one pull back when i was really young and just getting into it and i wanna say i weighed around 4300-4400 lbs. Ive since added another set of rear wheel weights so a total of 2 sets on the rear and a set of front wheel weights. Hoping im perfect for the 4500 lb class. Tractor is all original, belt pulley, pto, hyd pump, still 6V. Im not looking to change any of this. My grandpa bought it brand new and its in beautiful original shape and i want to keep it that way. Just looking for best hitch configuration using whats there. It has the U shape, the swinging draw bar, and the original optional extended hitch plate bolted on the U. What do i want my clevis on? Should i take the swinging bar and the ext plate off and just run the clevis on the U or should i leave the swinging drawbar on and put the clevis on that? Any help is appreciated. I do plan on a full ignition and carb tune up before the pull. Im well aware im not going to bring home any trophies, just looking to have some fun with grandpas ol H.

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Shawn W

08-10-2014 16:23:03

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 Re: Farmall H Farmstock in reply to Kevin, 08-10-2014 16:02:27  
If I was you, I would swing the drawbar off to side and drop a twisted clevis right on the U, and smile big while pulling.

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