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Re: Un-Super H

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Bob M w/pix

02-05-2002 10:35:32

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As Guy suggests the early, or "Stage I" Super H tractors have the battery under the gas tank no live pump. Later production "Stage II" tractors moved the battery to beneath the seat and include a live (distributor mounted) pump. Punch below for a photo of an early '53 Stage I Super H with the battery box under the tank. Notice also see the cast iron disk brake cover with the characterstic "button" in the center.

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Paul Shuler

02-05-2002 17:38:05

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 Re: Re: Un-Super H in reply to Bob M w/pix, 02-05-2002 10:35:32  
Bob, I have not looked at your photos in a long time. Wow, great looking tractors.Looks like you have a lot of fun with them

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Bob M

02-05-2002 18:04:48

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 Re: Re: Re: Un-Super H in reply to Paul Shuler, 02-05-2002 17:38:05  
Thanks for the compliment Paul! We indeed enjoy fixing up and using those old red tractors. Did you peek at the pix of the Kenworth 10-wheeler my son and I are messing with now??

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Paul Shuler

02-05-2002 22:34:35

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Un-Super H in reply to Bob M, 02-05-2002 18:04:48  
I did see the truck.You got some great toys.I wish I lived closer I would love to come over and play. What a great and safe way to transport your tractors

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02-05-2002 19:29:28

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Un-Super H in reply to Bob M, 02-05-2002 18:04:48  
Bob, BEUTIFUL H, and nice KW. Looks like a great pair of fun. I understand that CAT didn't make a very strong motor in '79, but they sell replacements, and adapter kits every day. Good luck with your "cum-along".(not trying to start anything, just stating my .02 worth) THANK YOU FOR THE PICTURES BOB....Scoob

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