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Re: Farmall H

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Chums5

09-19-2001 05:48:38




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Kevin....my friend did up an "H" for pulling and he choose a different tractor after a couple of years pulling.....the problem is IH gear ratios are too high compared to AC and Oliver.....after you strip off weight(belly punp,belt pulley box etc..)then if you don't soup it alittle the AC will wax you and the Olivers will keep you on yor toes...and not every place will let you pull if they find out your souped.......don't know if that's any help......Good Luck...

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Denny Frisk

09-19-2001 18:26:29




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 Re: Re: Farmall H in reply to Chums5, 09-19-2001 05:48:38  
Yep, An H is pretty big & heavy for it's power. Most of the Big Bore kits are for the M, Hard to build displacement in an H. They make a better work tractor than a puller.



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Eric

09-20-2001 12:33:39




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 Re: Re: Re: Farmall H in reply to Denny Frisk, 09-19-2001 18:26:29  
I try to tractor pull with my H. Stock at the pto is 24hp? my makes 34hp but even in the 4500 class
what is all I can get in to. It does not do as well as I thought. It's just to big and heavy



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