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03-15-2007 20:57:57

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I'm still on the look out for a wide front locally. Do internalional wide fronts interchange with the farmall series?Reason i ask is i talked to a guy that knows where a 300 int is that might be for sale. Depending on the condition of it, i have not seen yet. I thought i might use the wide front off it if i get it and the engine is not $$ worthy. I also know where a 274 ? i think is the model and it doesnt look like they will fit the H.

I have no idea if the guy meant 300 int or 300 farmall. He was in a hurry so i didn't get any details.

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03-16-2007 10:59:38

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 Re: wide fronts for H in reply to banjo, 03-15-2007 20:57:57  
Well i just went and looked at the 300 just in case i could use it for the hay field, didn't even get out of the truck. acording to what i was told the water pump is bad ,radiator is bad been sitting for several years. nice greenish moss colored tin with briars growing up around it. just dont need another basket case right now especially at that price.

wouldn't have a clue about combines. never seen one around here. what farming that was done here was with horse and mules on small scale. rough land here.

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james braley

03-16-2007 08:31:04

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 Re: wide fronts for H in reply to banjo, 03-15-2007 20:57:57  
you could get a old combine for $100.00 somwhere and take the back wheels off of it. tack some ajustment but it inexpensive.

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03-16-2007 06:30:17

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 Re: wide fronts for H in reply to banjo, 03-15-2007 20:57:57  
Thats what i thought , completely different beasts. I talked to the guy today and it is a 300 utility and was priced at $800. other than that i have no idea as to condition.

Problem is by the time i buy one somewhere else and pay shipping or fuel to go get it, i wind up with a frontend costing more than the tractor is worth.

Not many farmalls down here in s.e. ok to be found. what was here have been hauled to scrap.

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03-16-2007 08:10:22

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 Re: wide fronts for H in reply to banjo, 03-16-2007 06:30:17  
Banjo, it is very possible to purchase a brand new Schwartz, and have it delivered to your door. If you are serious about having a widefront, send me an email.

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Nat 2

03-16-2007 05:00:30

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 Re: wide fronts for H in reply to banjo, 03-15-2007 20:57:57  
300 Farmall, yes.
300 International (Utility), no.

Don't quote me on this, but I don't think the front end off the larger frame tractors such as an M, 400, 450, etc. will look right on an H. Maybe I'm completely off my rocker, but I am 100% positive that the larger tractors sit a few inches higher, so the down tubes on a wide front end off one of these will be longer. Your H will run "uphill" quite severely.

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03-16-2007 04:54:42

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 Re: wide fronts for H in reply to banjo, 03-15-2007 20:57:57  
With some minor modifications a wide front from an H thru 560 FARMALL will fit. With a few more modifications you could get a front from a 06 or 56 series as well - the bolt pattern for the main mount casting is the same, different mounts for the bracing to the frame and the steering arm.

I've sold original IH wide fronts for $450 and bought a Schwartz for $300, be patient and don't overpay.

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Harold H

03-16-2007 04:31:42

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 Re: wide fronts for H in reply to banjo, 03-15-2007 20:57:57  
The wide front from a International Utility will not fit a Farmall. It is a completely different design.

Harold H

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Ed Cunningham

03-16-2007 03:54:40

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 Re: wide fronts for H in reply to banjo, 03-15-2007 20:57:57  
I have a good after markit Farmall h with no welds,I live in north Mo $600.00

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