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Re: 1941 Farmall H buy or not

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gene b

01-30-2001 04:03:18




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If you cant tell by looking an starting the tractor maybe restoring is not for you after all the tractor is 60 yrs old no way of knowing what has happened if you like it then by all means BUY it and get in the fun of fixing some one else mistakes




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Junkman

01-30-2001 05:37:53




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 Re: Re: 1941 Farmall H buy or not in reply to gene b, 01-30-2001 04:03:18  
Gene, thanks for your insight. What I was concerned with was common points that are prone to excessive wear if there are any. There happens to be a 1934 John Deere model A in my posession that only needed paint. I am not familiar with the Farmall tractors and thought that someone might be able to help. Guess I will keep waiting.



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Alan Farley

01-30-2001 13:18:41




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 Re: Re: Re: 1941 Farmall H buy or not in reply to Junkman, 01-30-2001 05:37:53  
Yep, You have to give the Farmall H credit for being flawless(if the previous owners took care of it). Good little tractors.



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RICK GRANT

01-30-2001 19:09:56




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: 1941 Farmall H buy or not in reply to Alan Farley, 01-30-2001 13:18:41  
hi i purchased a 1943 h 3 yrs ago i always wanted one but never really looked for one. then one day a neighbor stopped by because i told his son id like to get the hay off this field he owned.and he informed me he was moving to texas to retire and didnt want to take the h with him.so i ended up going to look at it and drove it home.i use it to mow hay run a 268 newholland square baler and spread manure & bush hog with no problems. but i can hear a noise in the transmission or the rear end especially when running a pto implement and when it kind of free wheels a little i can hear a grinding noise coming from the rear of the tractor .i would guess its a bearing worn out but if i had to do it over id still buy it again.

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