axial_al Posted March 14, 2006 Share Posted March 14, 2006 Having grown up doing in-furrow (plow) work with H's and M's, we soon learned not to fill the gas tank on a hot day because you would always have gasoline seeping out due to the filler being on the right side (in furrow). This was corrected on the Hundred series and beginning with the 60 series, the filler neck moved to the center. Does anyone know the history of the decision making at Harvester that led to this move? Which side of the tank is the filler neck on for the F series? (Left, I think; too much work to go out to the shed to look at the F-14). Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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