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02-08-2002 06:21:16

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does anyone have any info on a B450RC farmall diesel? i believe it is british and it is a row crop, but what hp are they? are parts available for this tractor? this is the only one i have ever seen.would it be any good for pulling a square baler? it is not far from me and looks bad, but the owner says it will run if pulled to start. i have some time to give it some TLC, but wondering if it is even worth messing with.

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02-08-2002 20:41:39

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 Re: 450 farmall in reply to hay, 02-08-2002 06:21:16  
I have never found a dealer in the United States that listed any parts for B450. I know there are IH collectors in England and parts are probably available over there but the freight would hit you pretty hard getting them over here. My IH data book lists the HP of a IH 450 diesel at 50.77 PTO and 46.18 drawbar HP

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02-08-2002 19:38:02

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 Re: 450 farmall in reply to hay, 02-08-2002 06:21:16  
the 450 diesel was a good tractor. correct me if i am wrong but there about 60 horsepower. it would do a good job with a square baler. i bale with a super m gas. parts are available anywhere in the U.S., just find a local dealer and ther set you right up with most anything you need. well unless you can get it real cheap i wouldt buy it. when you have to pull start a diesel the motor needs some tlc. diesels were very expensive to repair. also if he had it runnign id check the ta. if it is out unless you fix it yourself this can be expensive. is the engine a direct start diesel? if not does it run in gas mode? may just need a starter. the transition from gas to diesel shuld be smooth and not smokey. let me no if you have any other questions. derek

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02-08-2002 06:48:57

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 Re: 450 farmall in reply to hay, 02-08-2002 06:21:16  
Parts available? Depends a lot in what country, doesn't it? Shipping cost could be heavy.

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02-08-2002 07:40:37

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 Re: Re: 450 farmall in reply to Which Country U in?, 02-08-2002 06:48:57  
ok. i did not make that perfectly clear. i am in the United States of America. i was asking if parts are available in the u.s.a.

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