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ANYBODY FAMILIAR WITH AN B275?

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h-minn

04-04-2002 13:09:10




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My neighbor just bought a IH B275, I guess its British made, we are wondereing if they're hard to get parts for,,,,, Thanks for any info, Bernsy




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bg

04-07-2002 22:18:25




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 Re: ANYBODY FAMILIAR WITH AN B275? in reply to h-minn, 04-04-2002 13:09:10  
I was going to buy a B-275 from a friend, whose daddy bought it new. Hasn't run in years. They are reported to be hard to steer. Parts around here(eastern NC)are hard to find, one reason I didn't buy it.



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Hugh MacKay

04-04-2002 18:43:02




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 Re: ANYBODY FAMILIAR WITH AN B275? in reply to h-minn, 04-04-2002 13:09:10  
Great little tractor, just one problem, if its north of the Mason-Dixon line you will need an A or C for a pup start. They are terrible in cold weather.



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JWC

04-04-2002 14:59:01




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 Re: ANYBODY FAMILIAR WITH AN B275? in reply to h-minn, 04-04-2002 13:09:10  
Bernsy,

The Mahindra line is built on the designs used in the B-275, B-414, 444 and 354. Many of the parts for the B-275 can be bought from Mahindra for 1/2 to 1/3 the price for new parts from IH/CIH/CNH (name subject to change). Many Mahindra dealers are former IH dealers, they can be a lot of help in obtaining parts.



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Richard

04-04-2002 13:22:40




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 Re: ANYBODY FAMILIAR WITH AN B275? in reply to h-minn, 04-04-2002 13:09:10  
Hi, B275s are great little tractors and will do more work than their size suggests. Also they have excellent hydraulics. Here in England most parts are available. Email me with your requirements and I will let you have names and addresses of suppliers.
Richard.



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JOHN

12-24-2003 23:28:48




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 Re: Re: ANYBODY FAMILIAR WITH AN B275? in reply to Richard, 04-04-2002 13:22:40  
I INHERITED MY DAD'S B275.
I WENT THROUGH THE INJECTORS AND PUMP.
IT STARTS AND RUNS FINE BUT SMOKES BLUE, PROBEBLY RING AND PISTON TIME.
MY PRESSING QUESTION NOW IS, THE HYDROLICS ARE FOAMING, I WENT TO PUT FLUID IN BUT DIDN'T KNOW WHERE?
THIERS A PLUG ON TOP OF THE REAR CASTING BETWEEN THE THREE POINT HOOKUP EARS, IS THIS THE HYDROLIC RESIVOR OR THE REAR END OIL FILL HOLE?



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Milton

04-05-2002 07:58:26




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 Re: Re: ANYBODY FAMILIAR WITH AN B275? in reply to Richard, 04-04-2002 13:22:40  
Richard, ----- 5 / April / 2002 ------

1. B275 was made from 1958 to 1968 // 55,045 were made.

2. B275 Petrol was made from 1961 to 1963 // 813 were made.

3. B275 Industrial was made from 1959 to 1968 // 290 were made.

These were made in England, by International Harvester Company.

Regards, Milton



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