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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

International 175 crawler, loader

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Tommy

08-31-2003 16:39:05




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I have a International 175 crawler loader and I would like to know how much HP it has and the year. It is a L175P and serial #7437 Can anyone help?




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Milton

09-02-2003 11:19:16




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 Re: International 175 crawler, loader in reply to Tommy, 08-31-2003 16:39:05  
Hello Tommy, --- 2 / Sept. / 2003 --- The International 175 SERIES Crawler was made at the end of IHC (or selling out to Dresser / Sept. 1982 / the IH crawlers). I have the SERIAL NUMBERs for the "175C" crawlers; 1986 4071 to ??? 1987 40638 to ??? ??? ??? to ??? to 2001 41733 There is still some IH crawlers made in Poland, which are under "Dressta". Getting back to "175", after 1982, it really gets hard to find SERIAL NUMBERS of Dresser and Komatus crawlers. Regards, Milton

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Tommy

09-02-2003 21:38:16




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 Re: Re: International 175 crawler, loader in reply to Milton, 09-02-2003 11:19:16  
Milton, Thanks for the info. So you think it was made in the 80's sometime?



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Milton

09-04-2003 17:03:53




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 Re: Re: Re: International 175 crawler, loader in reply to Tommy, 09-02-2003 21:38:16  
Hello Tommy, --- 4 / Sept. / 2003 --- Don't have much on the IH "175", other than what I gave you, but it would seem to be of that area. From what trouble that I've had, it's tuff getting manauls and PARTS CATALOGs of that time frame. Here are 2 sources that may be able to help you; 1. www.ytmag.com/farmall/messages/381393 (Local Tractor Parts Sources) 2. www.ytmag.com/farmall/messages/381398 (Local Tractor Parts Sources) Let me hear if you can find out anything. Regards, Milton Fox "farmall28@yahoo.com"

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