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Farmall Super H Technical and Background Information

International Harvester built the Farmall H in 1953 and 1954. There were two distinct models, with the key difference being that later models had "live" engine-driven hydraulics. This resulted in the battery being relocated under the seat, which is an easy way to distinguish them.

The Super H had slightly larger displacement than an H, resulting in greater horsepower.

Only 28,691 Super Hs were produced, compared to 390,317 Farmall Hs.

Specifications

General
Belt hp., Maximum 34
Drawbar hp., Maximum 31
Speeds (pneumatic tires), m.p.h. Tire - 11-38 in.
    First 2 5/8
    Second 3 3/4
    Third 5
    Fourth 6 5/8
    Fifth 16 1/4
    Reverse 3 1/4
Power take-off (special), r.p.m. 540

Engine
Speed, rated full load governed range, r.p.m. 900 to 1650
Number of cylinders 4
Bore and stroke, in. 3 1/2 x 4 1/4
Piston displacement, cu. in. 164
Cylinder sleeves (replaceable) type Dry

Dimensions and Weight
Rear wheel tread (adjustable), in. 44 to 88
Front wheel tread (adjustable), in. 8 1/8 to 16 3/4
Wheelbase, in. 89 1/4
Length, overall, in. 133
Width to ends of rear axles, in. 75
Height, top of muffler, in. 85
Weight (less fuel and water), lb. 3840

Capacities (approx. U.S. measure)
Fuel tank, gal. 17
Cooling system, gal. 4 1/8
 


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This page last updated: September 27, 2003