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Re: IH 272

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Bill(Wis)

11-30-2012 07:49:34
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Made in Japan around 1973-76 +/- by Komatsu with a Komatsu 2D92 2 cyl 79.4 cu in (1.3L) diesel engine providing about 20 net HP. I believe that same engine saw other applications as well. Mini-excavator, etc. As near as I can tell, the tractor is a rare find. I would search for an owners manual, parts manual, etc. if I were you. Do CaseIH dealers have any listings? I think routine parts like filters would be easy to find.

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Jeff Grubb

11-30-2012 10:52:33
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 Re: IH 272 in reply to Bill(Wis), 11-30-2012 07:49:34  
Seems to be rarer than rare. When I talk to dealers they tell me it doesn't exist. So its grey market here in the us. Its got a broken rockshaft. So that meens no three point hitch.
nice little tractor though. Worse comes to worse I might look at getting one milled. Hate to part out the tractor because of that. But spending that much more on it , without anything available . Makes it a tough decision

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Royse

11-30-2012 19:35:01
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 Re: IH 272 in reply to Jeff Grubb, 11-30-2012 10:52:33  
Jeff, welcome to the forum.

Do you have both pieces to the rock shaft?

Depending on where its broke maybe it could be welded, or you could have
a machine shop take a look at it to see if they can make one.

The guy at the machine shop here loves a challenge!



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ottsdad

12-01-2012 05:13:25
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 Re: IH 272 in reply to Royse, 11-30-2012 19:35:01  
Hi Royce , thanks for the welcome . I DO HAVE BOTH PIECES BUT ITS BROKEN RIGHT AT THE ORING SLOT.I don"t know if a weld would hold up to the twisting but it may be worth a try.I"m thinking I might have to see about getting one made. I will have to block off the shaft holes and fill it up with hydrolic oil and make sure the rest of the tractor is ok first, before spending the extra money. with two sets of splines and one in the middle i"m sure it won"t be cheep.

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Just Another Old Geezer

11-30-2012 10:59:51
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 Re: IH 272 in reply to Jeff Grubb, 11-30-2012 10:52:33  
try looking at other small Ih or Kubota numbers. It might be that the rockshaft from a similar sized ih or Kubota could be adapted to fit.



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Jeff Grubb

11-30-2012 17:11:38
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 Re: IH 272 in reply to Just Another Old Geezer, 11-30-2012 10:59:51  
Well that is cind of the probelum . There are no numbers on the shaft. not even a casting number. and without a parts manuel, or a dealer that can find the tractor. There is no way to cross anything over.My only real hope is to find someone that has a tractor manuel or a source for one.



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