You don't say what they are doing. Is the clutch slipping or are you running out of power????
If you are running out of horse power then welcome to reality of a worn out small horse power tractor with a fast road gear. An IH "H" was only 17-19 horse power when brand new.
I know that I will get beat up by some guys but here goes. We had two Farmall "H" tractors when I was a kid. About the only thing they where any good for was pulling a hay rake. IF the ground got hard they would not push a four row cultivator. We would have to take one side off. You did not dare try to pull a loaded wagon on any of our hills. You would get pushed all over the place going down the hill and spin out or kill them going up the hill. Real gutless wonders. They are kind of like an 8N Ford: they beat a team of horses by a little bit. I know they sold millions of them but most of those fellows where buying their first tractor and did not have much else to compare them too.
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