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Re: How Do I take an IH-300 out of Storage

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Denny Frisk

08-23-2001 13:26:16




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With the good advise here You should be able to get the 300 running. Things to look for on the tractor as "Options" are the Fast Hitch on the back in place of the standard "U" shaped drawbar. Power Adjust wheels, with 5 or 6 "Z" shaped bars between the rear wheels and rear rims, and to the right side of the steering wheel are either 2 or 3 hydraulic levers, 2 is good, 3 is better. The lever to the left of the operator plateform is the Torque Amplifier, Pull the lever back and slow your travel speed 1/3 and increase Your pull power 45%, but keep the lever forward when going downhill. And the lever on the right rear side of the seat controls the live Power Take-off. Push the button down and move the lever rearward and the PTO should turn. Move the lever forward and it should stop. The 300 Farmall has 169 CID 4 cyl engine and makes about 35 to 38 HP at 1750 RPM and should pull a 2 bottom plow easily in 2nd or 3rd gear depending on conditions, or a 8 to 10 ft. disc. The 300 does a good job on sickel mowers, hat rakes, etc. The tractor probably weighs around 5000# depending on wether it has calcium chloride solution in the rear tires and wheel weights.

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