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blue29

10-19-2015 18:01:46




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I'm asking for a friend. We need help figuring out what he has. It's an old international loader/ backhoe, I know it's gas and somewhere from the fifties era. He can't find any data plate anywhere on it to help indentify it. We need parts but can't get them when we don't know what to look for. Is there any other way to figure out what it is?




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Cory Schmidt

10-20-2015 14:28:43




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 Re: Need help identifying a tractor in reply to blue29, 10-19-2015 18:01:46  
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I couldn't see the picture.. From your description your tractor might be a little newer then you think "Sq. nose" tractors range from LATE 50's to the 80's and then some (in the 40/50 everything was rounded and curved(look at a 350 or 330) .
When you say color not a match(to a 340) don't mean much(repainted at some point). I am taking it as its yellow not red/white.. This makes it Industrial.
Possible guesses 460 U/I, 2504(industrial 504), maybe 2606(606industrial) These are the earliest I can think of. A 340 or 2404 might be a little small for loader/backhoe.

Look on the clutch housing likely tag is there(its there on quite a few IH tractors).

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sflem849

10-20-2015 04:48:04




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 Re: Need help identifying a tractor in reply to blue29, 10-19-2015 18:01:46  
340 U, how could it not be with that description!?! :)



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blue29

10-20-2015 06:10:36




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 Re: Need help identifying a tractor in reply to sflem849, 10-20-2015 04:48:04  
Well I can tell ya just by color it's not a 340 U thanks for the attempt though.



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blue29

10-20-2015 05:40:51




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 Re: Need help identifying a tractor in reply to sflem849, 10-20-2015 04:48:04  
Did the picture load up? I can't see it hope yall can.



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blue29

10-20-2015 03:47:17




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 Re: Need help identifying a tractor in reply to blue29, 10-19-2015 18:01:46  
third party image

I think it's a square nose. I added a picture hope it works and helps



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The tractor vet

10-19-2015 21:08:44




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 Re: Need help identifying a tractor in reply to blue29, 10-19-2015 18:01:46  
Pictures my boy pictures would really help us old guys , but to hazzard a guess it could be a 300 -330-350-460. Four cylinder or six?? Round nose or more squared .



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kub6040

10-19-2015 20:16:46




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 Re: Need help identifying a tractor in reply to blue29, 10-19-2015 18:01:46  
I sent you an email will my cell number if you don't know how to post a picture maybe you can text me one and I can help.



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blue29

10-20-2015 12:34:34




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 Re: Need help identifying a tractor in reply to kub6040, 10-19-2015 20:16:46  
KUB6040 could you send me that email again, I don't think I got it. Thanks



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RustyR

10-19-2015 18:36:52




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 Re: Need help identifying a tractor in reply to blue29, 10-19-2015 18:01:46  
Couple decent pictures would go along way



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