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Farmall & IHC Tractors Discussion Forum
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IH H or M loader

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ra60

03-26-2020 08:25:34




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What was the model number for the early front end loader that fit on Farmall H/s and M's, had channel iron side arms and shoes that would help with the breakaway force? I would like to find one not to far from central, NY!




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brownie450

03-27-2020 04:56:22




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 Re: IH H or M loader in reply to ra60, 03-26-2020 08:25:34  
Our #31 loader had those shoes, & they were a real pain. I was the guy in charge of removing them
while I was still in school.
Dad just about had a fit, because they came on the
loader & should still be on it----IH could not have
put them there if they weren't good.

Those shoes would get manure on one end or the other,
& would drag & catch on anything.
Didn't take long for Dad to admit that removing the
shoes were indeed an improvement.

We are still using that #31 loader on the SMTA. The
flat tines on that loader are still the best for
getting into packed down material.
Jim

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300guy

03-26-2020 19:04:49




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 Re: IH H or M loader in reply to ra60, 03-26-2020 08:25:34  
It's a model 30 and I presently have a working one on my 300. I sometimes say I use it like a bulldozer.



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rustyfarmall

03-26-2020 10:32:14




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 Re: IH H or M loader in reply to ra60, 03-26-2020 08:25:34  
I believe it was the #30 that had those breakaway shoes. May have been an option on the #31, but I've been around several #31s and none had the shoes.



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F-Dean

03-26-2020 17:01:19




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 Re: IH H or M loader in reply to rustyfarmall, 03-26-2020 10:32:14  
The "Shoes" made it very difficult to steer until they were off the ground. Many farmers removed them to make the loader more maneuverable.



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NY 986

03-26-2020 09:46:24




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 Re: IH H or M loader in reply to ra60, 03-26-2020 08:25:34  
McCormick 31 loader. Used to be many sitting in the fence row. I would imagine that you could find one regionally if you are willing to wait a few months.



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