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Decals on a 1950 WD-9

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08-30-2001 14:22:49

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Would (not where but would) the decal "Standard" have appeared on a 1950 WD-9?
Thanks much.

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The Dukester

08-31-2001 07:06:06

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 Re: decals on a 1950 WD-9 in reply to Rich, 08-30-2001 14:22:49  
"Standard" goes on the hood centered below the "IH McCORMICK" decal below the hood trim crease. The "Diesel" decal goes on the fuel tank above the seam starting about 3 inches aft of the hood/tank joint, if the tractor is a diesel of course.

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08-31-2001 07:15:56

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 Re: Re: decals on a 1950 WD-9 in reply to The Dukester, 08-31-2001 07:06:06  
Oh yeah, I forgot--Standard goes on all the W series tractors. The tractors of this type were all "standards" even though W supposedly stands for wheatland and so on. True, H's and M's share a lot with W-4's and W-6's and there's no row-crop 9 size, W-9's are still standards and decaled as such as I understand it.

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08-31-2001 04:50:08

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 Re: decals on a 1950 WD-9 in reply to Rich, 08-30-2001 14:22:49  
Skip and Haas each have a different answer about location. Thanks much, but I'm still wondering whether "Standard" even ever appeared on a 1950 WD-9. It wasn't on the tractor when I got it. That's not saying much because we know it had been repainted once already. The decals that were on the tractor had been masked over before repainting. Maybe "Standard" wasn't saved (although it would have had to have been removed because it wasn't under any paint either) or did it never appear?
Here's more about what I'm thinking; the 9's never were anything but standards. 6's could be a 6 or an M, 4's could be a 4 or an H so the word Standard made a little more sense on 6's or 4's. I'm also thinking then that for some reason "Standard" didn't appear on the 9's until the Super version came out. Why I'm not sure. Then when the 600 came out "Standard" made even more sense if there was a 600 row crop. Was there?
Thanks again. Hope someone can set me straight.

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08-31-2001 03:16:59

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 Re: decals on a 1950 WD-9 in reply to Rich, 08-30-2001 14:22:49  
Picture of a W-6 that I have has the "Standard" decal directly under the "IH McCormick" decal below the crease in the hood.

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08-31-2001 03:23:09

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 Re: Re: decals on a 1950 WD-9 in reply to Haas, 08-31-2001 03:16:59  
Rich, Yes, on the fuel tank above the seam.

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08-31-2001 14:31:29

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 Re: Re: Re: decals on a 1950 WD-9 in reply to Skip, 08-31-2001 03:23:09  
The fuel tank is where the "DIESEL" decal goes. I think the "Standard" decal goes on the hood under the "McCormick"

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