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Farmall Super B?


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I downloaded a PDF of the Nebraska tractor test results. In 1939 it states the tests of the McCormick Deering B and McCormick Deering Super B. I uploaded a picture of it. My question is what is a Super B? I thought it was like a Super HTA it is a aftermarket thing. 

By the way you can look up the Nebraska tractor test and select differentdecades. https://tractortestlab.unl.edu/nebraskatractortestlabpublications

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1939 is way before IH came out with "Super" model designations.  I have no idea why they call those models "super" unless that's the gasoline test and the other is the distillate or maybe kerosene burning test. The actual tests reports don't use the word super in the description and the test number is the same. (?)

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5 minutes ago, 12_Guy said:

Sounds like they were trying to put their info online and failed somewhat. 

I suspect that is the case as well. Someone who was inputing the tests data into the database didn't know what they were doing. 

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Farmall A and B had no hydraulic's

Farmall super A and super B had hydraulic's

Super B was porotype only I think there were only 5 made.

They decided to push the C and super C both had hydraulic's 

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