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Difference btwn A and 140

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06-11-2001 11:13:21

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Can anyone point me to information showing the differences between a Model A and a 140. There appears to more information directed at the Model A then the 140 and the two tractors look very similar. I have a 1962 140 and am trying to find everything about possible about it.

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06-11-2001 19:43:53

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 Re: Difference btwn A and 140 in reply to JackD, 06-11-2001 11:13:21  
The 140 is light years ahead of the straight A, which was first built in 1939. More power, hydraulics are the main things. The lineage went A, Super A, 100, 130, 140. There were improvements, big or small, all the way.

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06-11-2001 19:40:56

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 Re: Difference btwn A and 140 in reply to JackD, 06-11-2001 11:13:21  
Hi Jack D The January-Feburary issue of the Red Power Mag.
had an article titled The 4 faces of the 140, tells all about the 140, good reading. Hope this
helps. Luck RB

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06-11-2001 11:51:12

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 Re: Difference btwn A and 140 in reply to JackD, 06-11-2001 11:13:21  
The 140 is exactly like a Super A, just with upgraded sheet metal, and I think all 140's came with a wide front end. The A has a 113 cubic-inch, 16 horsepower engine, while the 140 and Super A have a 123, 23-hp engine. 140's were made from 1958-1979, probably IH's longest-running model.

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Dave T

06-11-2001 13:40:42

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 Re: Re: Difference btwn A and 140 in reply to C.L., 06-11-2001 11:51:12  
The Super A1 had the 123 cu. in motor, according to Guy Fayes Tractor Data Book, the Super A still had the 113. But he could be wrong;./

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