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H Crank Holder

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David Kronwall

05-21-2020 02:57:28




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Did IH make a bracket or some similar provision for storing the crank on the H tractor? If so, where did it go on the tractor? Thanks in advance. David




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McCormick Collector

05-25-2020 18:13:08




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 Re: H Crank Holder in reply to David Kronwall, 05-21-2020 02:57:28  
Right here.



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Rich'sToys

05-22-2020 18:06:27




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 Re: H Crank Holder in reply to David Kronwall, 05-21-2020 02:57:28  
One of my H's has vertical square tubing on the front side of the axle housing as part of the assembly which holds the drawbar on. I just stick the crank in there.



My other H has a Monroe seat. Plenty of room under there to tuck the crank.

Both of these tractors are crank start-neither one has an electric starter. So hanging the crank on a nail in the barn is not an option!

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DR. EVIL

05-22-2020 17:30:26




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 Re: H Crank Holder in reply to David Kronwall, 05-21-2020 02:57:28  
I use a short piece of baling wire, or baler twine, tie it tight on the end that goes over the shaft sticking out of the frt bolster, and I hang the crank over any nail in the barn, shop, or shed.



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used red mn

05-21-2020 11:08:15




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 Re: H Crank Holder in reply to David Kronwall, 05-21-2020 02:57:28  
I donít know about a bracket, but if you have a belt pulley we used to lay ours between the belt pulley gear case and rear gas tank support. The corner of the two longer sides of the 90 degree bend pointing back at the driver. It must have stayed there well, our farms were neither level or smooth.



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P I Pete

05-21-2020 05:35:57




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 Re: H Crank Holder in reply to David Kronwall, 05-21-2020 02:57:28  
The crank will stay on the right side under distrubuter and oil filter flared end toward front.

Pete



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FastFarmall

05-21-2020 03:56:54




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 Re: H Crank Holder in reply to David Kronwall, 05-21-2020 02:57:28  
As a kid we had a neighbor with a 42 H, with a mag, he carried his crank on the left side of the engine, between the channel iron and the engine block,he must of put a plate in the bottom, to keep it from falling thru, i doubt if that was the intended place for it ! Later i seen some that were attached to the crank stem out front !



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