In the late 1950s, sales of the Farmall Cub shifted from agricultural purpose to industrial purpose. The Mk3, Mk4, F1, F2 and F5 saw service until the late 1980s. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Battery: Auto-Lite Special Brakes: Two; operated by foot pedal individually or locked together. The serial number starts from 224704 for a 1964 model, from 225110 for a 1965 model, from 227209 for a 1966 model, from 229225 for a 1967 model, from 231005 for a 1968 model, from 232981 for a 1969 model, from 234868 for a 1970 model, from 236827 for a 1971 model, from 238506 for a 1972 model, from 240581 for a 1973 model, from 242746 for a 1974 model, from 246561 for a 1975 model, from 248124 for a final model, from 248125 for a 1975 model, from 248618 for a 1976 model, from 250832 for a 1977 model, from 252109 for a 1978 model, from 253136 for a 1979 model, from 253685 for a final model.
This was followed by the in 1949, which was replaced by the in 1952, followed by the in 1955. In 1985, the long-hood Transtar was rebranded the International 9370, marking the start of the series. Any unauthorized use, reproduction, duplication is prohibited. Things only got worse until 1984, when the bitter end came. The first of these items was the Cub Cadet tractor, available in three basic engine sizes - 7, 10, and 12 horsepower.
Equipped with three forward speeds of 2. The McCormick reaper sold well, partially as a result of savvy and innovative business practices. The tractor was offset to the left, while the driver's seat and steering wheel were on the right. This series was replaced by the in the 1970s. Use the links above to select a category and view our extensive selection of parts for your Farmall tractor. For model year 1939, industrial designer was hired to design a new line of tractors. By 1930, the 100,000th Farmall was produced.
Designed primarily for vocational use, the Fleetstar was configured with either single or tandem rear axles. There are 3 main types of International Harvester Tractor manuals, each with a specific purpose. It also includes a guide for ordering parts. The Cultivision setup simply can't be beat for cultivating rows of tender young vegetables. Yesterday's Tractors - Antique Tractor Headquarters.
This book is a critical tool for operating and maintaining your machine. Subtopics will be provided shortly before each Round Up for members to post pictures of that event. Air cleaner stacks, exhaust pipes, clamps and elbows. The chassis numbers run consecutively regardless of the tractor model, however, no attempt was made to have the engine and chassis serial numbers correspond. A variant with a midmounted, 20,000-lb winch, resulted in the first production model, the Mk3 entering service in 1963 — just in time for Australia's entry into the. The 50 Series had an unprecedented three-year or 2,500-hour engine and drive-train warranty, which later became an industry standard. Also, the front axle extensions were lowered, and the tractor wheelbase was shortened to 62½ inches.
Rimbey, Alberta, Canada: Pas-ka-poo Historical Park. Rules are the same as elsewhere. Feel free to mention things you'd like to see put on the site, or changes to make it better for you. They are not rare machines by any means. The Fleetstar was replaced by the S-Series after 1977. Complete instrument clusters and panel assemblies, Voltmeters and more. One of the most popular uses of this tractor today is for mowing large lawns or golf courses with a belly mower attached.
We all think of the Farmall Red color as being characteristic of our tractors, but early on they were all painted gray. They also have differential mechanical drum brakes. After selecting a category you will find specific Farmall Cub part names and part numbers. During the 1960's International Harvester Company initiated an entirely new line of lawn and garden equipment. In 2004, the S-Series ended as Navistar produced its final conventional-style bus chassis of its generation.
Many of these tractors are also still in use by gardeners with a large vegetable patch. That first tractor was simply called a Farmall and when the more powerful F-20 came out, the first model came to be known as the Farmall Regular. The refrigeration division was sold to in 1955. It picks up where the service manual leaves off. Hour meters, tractormeters, proofmeters, tachometers, gauge cables and kits. Most of the bodies were constructed of fiberglass. Its reorganized successor, after spin-off of several of those businesses, is.