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  1. The Wix site shows that their 51789 has the anti-drainback as well. I assume the Napa 1789 version would too but not sure.
  2. Thanks for the help, never thought to check back further, just stopped at the 560.
  3. Is it normal for that number to be there would the actual number be located somewhere else? Is it safe to say the M-450 front is lighter than 560 on up? Thanks,
  4. I have a narrow front end and cannot find which model it would have been on originally. When I look at 560 up to 1066 they show 370253R1 for the front. Here is a picture of the number on mine. I haven't check every model and maybe its just a newer/older version of the 370253R1. Looks like the number starts with 6719? Thanks
  5. Tractordata shows 294 built, just a few more came after this one. Wonder when the hydraulic outlets went to that style?
  6. How many total built? Has to be one of the last ones I would think. I saw #2 once.
  7. https://kansascity.craigslist.org/grd/d/international-826/6771012124.html Just saw this one
  8. Really nice looking tractor! If you don't mind, what are your hubs from and/or what brand are they? Also, where did you get the bolts for the second set of rear weights?
  9. I am starting to gather some parts for a late 1946 H project. Serial number is 239207 which makes it a late 46. Most casting dates are November or December or 46. I have no way to know if they are original but the oil pressure and temp gauges have the IH symbol not the IHC symbol. The new gauges I have found show the IHC symbol through 46 and changing to the IH symbol in 47. Since the current gauges have the IH I think I will stay with them. The decals are long gone but I think they should have the "McCormick Deering" and the IH symbol which Bates sells. The "Farmall Letter Series" book says this style decal was used from "about 1946-1947 to July 1949. I am sure these topics have been discussed but would like to confirm. Hoping to be as correct as possible. Thanks
  10. The grill also indicates a super C.
  11. I have one of these loaders that came off of a 460 Utility. I can't find much information on them other than this ad. Looks like it could fit 300, 350, and 460 utility models. The loader seems fairly well built and has down pressure on all cylinders. Currently don't have a tractor it will fit and not sure I want to buy one just for this loader. I would imagine it would be a hard sell as well. Just curious if anyone has any experience with these loaders.
  12. Thanks for this information. Was hoping they would be more universal. Probably be tough to find sub frames and brackets by themselves without the loader. Be better to find a complete unit for the correct model. It looks like the sub frame for a 460 utility would work on a 606 and vice versa but that's it. Am I understanding that correctly?
  13. I haven't been around these loaders much. Was there multiple versions for different models or was there one standard unit that used different brackets for mounting. Specifically I am curious if the same 2001 could be used on a 460 utility or a farmall 460 with the correct brackets. I am not sure about the frame lengths to for the rear axle mounts but is the loader frame length adjustable? Thanks in advance
  14. Did any black stripes have the louvers on the side panels?
  15. Thanks for the ideas, just curious what others had done with their tractors. I could be wrong but according to the serial number cutoffs on the Stiener Cut out relay it looks like they were used on most models until around 1950.
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