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Ken M

10-15-2015 19:11:13

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I'm new here and wonder if there are any easy ways to identify a Super H over an H. The starter is moved and the Ser tag are the only ways I know of. Any others?

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10-16-2015 21:10:26

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 Re: H Super H ID in reply to Ken M, 10-15-2015 19:11:13  
Look at the size of the carb. The super H will have a larger one than a regular H.

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Ken M

10-16-2015 14:11:05

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 Re: H Super H ID in reply to Ken M, 10-15-2015 19:11:13  
Thanks for the info. It answered my question on an H that I was looking at.

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D Slater

10-15-2015 19:48:32

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 Re: H Super H ID in reply to Ken M, 10-15-2015 19:11:13  
No easy way to tell the difference between the real late H built and a stage 1 type SH without looking close and no serial number to go by. Most all H have band brakes though and all SH have disc brake housings. H brake covers are sheet metal and the SH covers are cast steel. If its a late stage 2 SH no problem. The serial number plate or holes it was mounted in are longer front to rear. H and stage 1 H are longer up and down. If looking at a late H with disc brakes or a first type SH check the engine then see if the rest of the tractor matches a SH. Above the oil filter housing SH should have C-164 in raised cast letters. Above that or in the general area a 6 number cast numbers ending in R1. H will have 4 numbers ending in letters. Engine serial number for a H will start with H ID letters and a SH has no letters in front of the serial number. Lots of other tip offs but trying to keep it simple and know it's a SH or a SH engine.

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Gary Mitchell

10-16-2015 09:10:30

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 Re: H Super H ID in reply to D Slater, 10-15-2015 19:48:32  
Battery box under the seat like a 300.

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Brian Schmidt

10-17-2015 10:14:09

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 Re: H Super H ID in reply to Gary Mitchell, 10-16-2015 09:10:30  
Not all Super Hs or Super Ms had the battery box under the seat. If it is under the seat, then it is a Super H or M yes. But if it is not under the seat, they could both be Supers still. That doesn't tell much. Serial numbers and casting date codes are the best way to check everything out.

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