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Farmall Impliment question.

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09-04-2002 21:46:31

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I was at a book store with my wife and was looking through tractor books! I saw a picture of International Harvester Machinery display at the Wisconsin Fair in 1951. It showed a bunch of equipment but out front was a Farmall H hooked to a baler. And it had a electric generator impliment option bolted to the belt drive part of the tractor. I assume it ran the baler?
was this a option to PTO or What?
Just curious.

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Dick Davis

09-05-2002 03:28:47

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 Re: Farmall Impliment question. in reply to JD790.., 09-04-2002 21:46:31  
What you saw was an Electrall. Manufactured jointly with General Electric 103 of the 12.5KW were sold in 1955 & 1956. Models were available to side mount on 400/450/MTA/W6 where it was run by belt drive gearing, PTO driven trailer mounted and also PTO driven Fast Hitch. Most were sold to dairy operators for an uninterrupted power supply. Balers and some other implaments were offered with electric motors. Red Power Magazine did a story on a fellow "Mr. Electrall" who has an excellent display tractors and implements with this unique option. Check Archieves under Electrall and see what is available. Dick Davis

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09-05-2002 10:54:21

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 Re: Re: Farmall Impliment question. in reply to Dick Davis, 09-05-2002 03:28:47  
Thanks Dick I'll check that out.

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