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IH H Orchard Tractor

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Jeff Hodsdon

12-01-2001 08:55:35




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Did IH make an H orchard tractor ? Found one in the weeds , and thats what the owner says it is . What might the value be , ruff but restorable , 90% complete or better ?




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Tom

12-01-2001 19:27:17




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 Re: IH H Orchard Tractor in reply to Jeff Hodsdon, 12-01-2001 08:55:35  
The orchard tractors typically had their exhaust facing down so they would not catch branches. Water shouldn't have gotten in the engine that way. I own an 0-6 which is the orchard version similar to the M. As the other posts have suggested, the 0-4 shares much with the H. There are still lots of parts available for the H and most of them should fit the 0-4. If I recall, the serial number should start with an 0. The other people were right about the sheet metal too, complete sheet metal is VERY rare and there isn't anyone that makes an after-market set. Good luck

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davem

12-01-2001 18:03:15




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 Re: IH H Orchard Tractor in reply to Jeff Hodsdon, 12-01-2001 08:55:35  
If you don't want it I know a fellow who would buy it for the sheet metal. If it has the fender over the back wheels and side curtains.



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JDM

12-01-2001 15:26:29




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 Re: IH H Orchard Tractor in reply to Jeff Hodsdon, 12-01-2001 08:55:35  
GET IT!The fenders alone are worth the price!



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The Red

12-01-2001 09:29:00




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 Re: IH H Orchard Tractor in reply to Jeff Hodsdon, 12-01-2001 08:55:35  
Jeff those were known as O-4. Yes they have the H C-152 engine. If the fenders are in reasonable shape, it might be worth $500 tops. I would bid him $250. Is the engine stuck?



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Jeff Hodsdon

12-01-2001 14:19:26




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 Re: Re: IH H Orchard Tractor in reply to The Red, 12-01-2001 09:29:00  
Yes the fenders are alright . Engine is stuck , seat missing .



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The Red

12-01-2001 14:24:38




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 Re: Re: Re: IH H Orchard Tractor in reply to Jeff Hodsdon, 12-01-2001 14:19:26  
If the exhaust has been uncovered, you probably have a basket case on your hands. I would suggest you drain the oil and see what comes out!



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