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Re: IH 434 What does anyone know about it

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07-07-1999 19:07:09

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: Got a chance to buy a 434 for 1700 dollars, seems in nice shape 2600 hrs. Going to be used to replace my TO20 Ferguson in mowing and plowing ect. Seems like the thing doesn't exist according to what I see on the internet. Anyone have any experience with this machine, pros cons ect??????

I've got an IH 434 Diesel. It's actually quite popular in my area. This tractor was manufactured in the U.K. and was equipped with Lucas electrics. Consequently, these tractors are POSITIVE-ground like older British sports cars.
The IH 434 descended from the old 275's and more directly from the 414's. Any manual covering the IH 444 will be valid for the IH 434.
As far as I know, these tractors were exported to Canada but not to the USA. Availability of parts and repair expertise is abundant here in Eastern Ontario.

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11-24-1999 00:55:23

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 Re: Re: IH 434 What does anyone know about it in reply to Dean G., 07-07-1999 19:07:09  
I have a diesel 434, as others have commented, it's like it doesn't exist as far as any parts catalogs, etc., are concerned. The 444 seems to be the closest relative, except for the steering, which is similar on some models to the 414. Not a bad little tractor if you can find parts or know a good machinist that's willing to work with you.

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