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Re: Drawbar Interchangeability Question

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The Red

05-14-2001 10:06:28

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Scott I don't think the drawbar changed during the H/Super H production run. If the 300 and H bar look the same, they should both work on the older Hs.

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Scott S.

05-14-2001 10:11:26

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 Re: Re: Drawbar Interchangeability Question in reply to The Red, 05-14-2001 10:06:28  

Thanks for the info. The two bars I received are much heavier than the one off of my two 1942's. The seller said they changed them because the older H drawbars busted constantly. My questioin is if I can put them on a restored H and still be original? I can return them if need be. They are much, much heavier than my original H drawbars.

Are they considered original H?


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Denny Frisk

05-14-2001 10:50:11

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 Re: Re: Re: Drawbar Interchangeability Question in reply to Scott S., 05-14-2001 10:11:26  
The "Horseshoe" was increased in thickness from 3/4" to 1" on the Super H. The swinging drawbar was increased in thickness the same also. The Super H drawbar had 5 height adjustment holes instead of 4 as the H's did. The drawbars do interchange as I have an "H" drawbar on my Super H. It's two complete Horseshoes welded together for heavy drawbar loads like balers & manure spreaders. Dad made it back in the 40's when He did custom baling with an H. It hasn't bent yet. The drawbar for the 300/350 should be the same as the Super H's. As to what's "original" for an H, That's pretty much Your Call. 99% of the people will never notice. And how many of that last 1% will care? I look at it this way, If You broke the Horseshoe in 1962, Your dealer would have probably sold You what You have now! I'd use them!

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The Red

05-14-2001 10:33:05

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 Re: Re: Re: Drawbar Interchangeability Question in reply to Scott S., 05-14-2001 10:11:26  
Don't know Scott. That is a Guy Fay question for sure. Most of the H drawbars I have seen had stock welded on the bottom to beef them up. Then there is that original 1942 bent one sitting on my garage floor. :(

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Dick Davis

05-15-2001 03:43:27

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Drawbar Interchangeability Question in reply to The Red, 05-14-2001 10:33:05  
No, Scott, you can't use the heavier draw bar on a restoration. Send me the new heavy one and I'll trade you an authentic beat/bent/welded/elongated holes one in return! Dick Davis

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The Red. ROFL!

05-15-2001 09:11:31

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Drawbar Interchangeability Question in reply to Dick Davis, 05-15-2001 03:43:27  
Dick that is quite admirable of you!!

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