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auction today super h, and 200 , also an h


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there was a auction sale today, it was at r.j stockwell, auction time, we are only a few miles from the site, there was a super h with power steering on it, you could see the hole cut in top of hood for the oil tank, that brought 4000, a 200 all pretty brought 3300, and a 52 h, narrow front which i had the second to the last bid sold for 1100, it had new tires on and was straight, the only thing i didnt care for was the 11,4 by 38 tires on it, while they were new, said farm king on the side, i sure wish they would of been 13 by 38 instead, never heard of farm king before, have they been around? pictures are on auction time, as i am unable to provide them here,

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I know Tractor Supply stores back in the 1960's sold Harvest King tires, not sure who picked up the brand next, maybe some place like Blain's Farm & Fleet or Miil's Fleet-Farm. But hard telling who all may have been involved with actually making the tires.

   That's a nice looking stage 2 Super H,  Dad's '51 M has that same style Char-Lynn Power steering, but the reservoir is totally under the hood, no hole in the M's.  The system leaks a little, and I only have to remove the hood and top up the fluid every FIVE years.  But I only run it every two years.

    I keep hoping some auto company creates an electric power steering system that can be installed onto an H. I have a loader on my '54 SH and it steers HARD. It has 2-way live hyd, I typically raise frt tires off the ground for large changes in direction.

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Don't know where my supplier gets them, but Hanson tire in Minnesota handles harvest king. We put them on our forage boxes. They seem to be holding up well this far. 

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