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Farmall 400 High Clear worth and year

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Geoffrey J

07-27-2001 18:19:45




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Hello again! For those that posted a message, the Serial number is 18748 S. I am pretty sure it is a High Clear. And I live in Manitoba, Canada. If any has any help what-so-ever, I would greatly appreciate. I have included my previous message Thanks!!

Hi! I have been searching the internet trying to find what my Farmall 400 is worth. It is the high clear (row crop) version, with the adjustable front and rear axles (rear is lengthened) and it has the optional 3rd hydralic set. It also has the factory swinging drawbar and a set of factory duals. The paint is somewhat faded and it hasn't been restored. It has been a pretty good tractor for me. I bought it from a guy for $800 canadian a couple years ago. I would appreciate any help what-so-ever. -Geoff

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Geoffrey J

07-31-2001 10:33:54




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 Re: Farmall 400 High Clear worth and year in reply to Geoffrey J, 07-27-2001 18:19:45  
Yes. My tractor looks similar to those except it has the rear axle extensions and the wide front end (no the two tires in the middle). Thanks for your help!!



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Ralph

07-28-2001 12:19:11




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 Re: Farmall 400 High Clear worth and year in reply to Geoffrey J, 07-27-2001 18:19:45  
Geoffrey: Over on the left side of this page are tractor photos...open and search ..Farmall and scroll to find a 400. Compare to yours. report back. R.



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Harold H

07-28-2001 07:27:19




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 Re: Farmall 400 High Clear worth and year in reply to Geoffrey J, 07-27-2001 18:19:45  
From your description, I still think you have a regular Farmall and not a Hi-Clear. If yours is a high clear, it will have cast drop housings on the rear axles rather than just straight rear axles, and a very tall front axle with radius rods. As previously stated, all Farmalls are row crop tractors.

Harold H



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Geoffrey J

07-27-2001 18:51:49




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 Re: Farmall 400 High Clear worth and year in reply to Geoffrey J, 07-27-2001 18:19:45  
Forgot to mention...It also has the Torque Amplifier



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Geoffrey J

07-27-2001 18:46:53




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 Re: Farmall 400 High Clear worth and year in reply to Geoffrey J, 07-27-2001 18:19:45  
Is this a rare tractor? I have seen no other 400s like mine or any 400s for that matter? I've been going to many antique tractor shows looking for one but returned no results. Thanks!! Geoff



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