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Re: Farmall H

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Lazy Horse

08-29-2001 06:08:05




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Brian as you surmised the small tank is for gas, and the larger was for distillate (kerosene). The tractor was warmed up on gas then switched over. My H has a similar rod to lever at the base of the ditributor. I beleive on all these distillate tractors that was the hookup for the radiator shutters, and not the magneto advance that you thought.




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Lazy Horse

08-29-2001 06:20:22




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 Re: Re: Farmall H in reply to Lazy Horse, 08-29-2001 06:08:05  
I forgot to add that according to my reference source, your tractor was produced in 1947.



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Jamie

08-29-2001 07:57:48




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 Re: Re: Re: Farmall H in reply to Lazy Horse, 08-29-2001 06:20:22  
My reference book also stated this to be a 1947 model



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sammy the RED

08-29-2001 09:26:13




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Farmall H in reply to Jamie, 08-29-2001 07:57:48  
Mine did also !
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