Yes, your tractor was made in february 53. Thats why I put maybe and a chance in my other post. No hard info that I no of on a SH change. Pretty sure after sometime in march they were all flatback and some before that. Besides the picture I posted with the teardrop lights that could be from IH before the tractors went into regular production, there's some other old ones around that show some teardrop SH tractors in farmers hands. Think IH made the decision in 1952 to change the lights. Times when they started showing up on tractors was different. Like the other poster said the super C has a serial number break in jan. 53. SM tractors later than that. Late H tractors and Some SH tractors were built the same month. Late H parts book shows the flatback lights and a part #. But if you look at the wire harness it only shows a light harness for the teardrop. That could be questioned because some other real late H parts don't show up without looking from several directions. I don't know enough to argue for sure one way or the other with a person that says his lights are original on a early one. Thats why I say a chance for both ways.
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