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Re: drawbar roller

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Posted by The Dukester on December 30, 2012 at 09:46:43 from (

In Reply to: drawbar roller posted by johndeeregreg on December 29, 2012 at 18:57:37:

As I recall regular straight M's and H's came with just the flat strap over the loop drawbar to hold up the swinging drawbar. The Super versions of both models had the flat cylindrical roller and the later number models had the barrel shaped roller on the swinging drawbar used with the fasthitch swinging drawbar. Now this is as the tractors came from the factory new. Actually the swinging drawbars were an option on all of the letter, number series, and wheatland (W) models. Later on on used tractors you would commonly see various roller type drawbar retaining clips on all the bigger Farmall models. The strap type clip retainers and the loop drawbar area where the strap rode wore pretty fast and the strap types were usually replaced with some type of roller retainer. The wheatland or standard W-6, W-400 and W-450 gas and diesel models never came with a roller or strap supported swinging drawbar because the configuration that bolted on the regularly supplied loop drawbar contained a support angle iron strap under the swinging drawbar to support it. W-9 type tractors had a roller supported swinging drawbar as I recall, whether it was a straight sleeve roller or barrel shaped I don't recall. Maybe both type of rollers were used, depending on the tractor's vintage.


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