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Farmall H Questions

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Hal Davis

04-10-2002 15:56:38




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Well, my wife had been wanting a tractor, so I got her one. We have a couple of questions about it.

How much does a Farmall H weigh? It has wheel weights on the rear. Have to get a trailer, you know.

It has a home made three point hitch. I would like to restore it to its original hitch and add on the factory 3 point conversion. Can anyone send me some photos of what the original hitch looked like, with or without the conversion? I think some of the parts on this one are original, but need to see what it looked like to be sure.

Thanks,

Hal Davis (Savannah, GA)

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KURT again

04-11-2002 02:57:22




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 Re: Farmall H Questions in reply to Hal Davis, 04-10-2002 15:56:38  
Go to farmall-h.com for all the info you want



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Waynw Swenson

04-10-2002 20:34:55




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 Re: Farmall H Questions in reply to Hal Davis, 04-10-2002 15:56:38  
Each wheel weight weighs 140-145#. There may be more than 1 per wheel so get out the adding machine.
Go to the Gallery section on the left side of the page and search for "H's" to get a better look at what you need.
Best advice: GET AN OWNER'S MANUAL. It makes everything so much easier to understand.
Look at the top-right of this page for manuals to purchase.
Enjoy!



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KURT

04-10-2002 16:14:36




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 Re: Farmall H Questions in reply to Hal Davis, 04-10-2002 15:56:38  
I have a 44H with no hydraulics on it. It weighs 3175 without fuel or weights. The gas tank holds 17 gallons, I have wheel weights on mine a guy on this board told me that the weights are 145lbs each tire I think. The engine holds 6 quarts of oil and the trans holds 24 quarts of oil, yep 24.



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Ron in Az

04-10-2002 21:27:08




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 Re: Re: Farmall H Questions in reply to KURT, 04-10-2002 16:14:36  
I have a 1944 H and during the pulls I went to in Dec it weighted 3900 lps no weight 1/2 tank gas has hydraulics shutters new tires not loasded no fenders stock swinging draw bar. email me if you want ot know more.



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