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Introduced at the same time as the larger Model M, many of the mounted implements were interchangeable between the two. I got a 1953 Super H stage 2 they call it with 2 hyd.
Most models were narrow-front, although wide-front and high-crop versions were available. I have driven 2 different farmalls that did the same thing and the guy on Sept. I got pretty good lining up the shifting mechanism. lines ,seems to be all right except for hood being cut for power steering ,but i still love it.
This issue comes up all of the time, and remains confusing to me.
Every time I read what Gibson says, I understand that all '58 reissues (R8, Juniors, etc) share the same sequence 8 YRRR(R), and all '57 reissues (R7, Black Beauty, etc.) are intermingled in the sequence 7 YRRR(R), and ...
This is from a sticky at the Gibson Forum; From Gibson's site; 1) HISTORIC '50s SOLIDBODIES, EXAMPLE: 7 1001 (1957 Goldtop) -the first digit represents the year being reissued (1957) -the 2nd digit represents the year the guitar was made (2001) -the remaining 3 (or sometimes 4) digits represent the guitar's place in the Got this from: "Gibson Custom 1952-1960 Les Paul, Explorer, Flying V, and Futura reissues (since late 1992): M YRRR or MYRRRR M is the model year being reissued Y is the production year RRR(R) indicates the guitar's place production for that year. This is from a sticky at the Gibson Forum; From Gibson's site; 1) HISTORIC '50s SOLIDBODIES, EXAMPLE: 7 1001 (1957 Goldtop) -the first digit represents the year being reissued (1957) -the 2nd digit represents the year the guitar was made (2001) -the remaining 3 (or sometimes 4) digits represent the guitar's place in the Again...............is correct, except the part in red.
." Slight difference is that the 3 or 4 sequence numbers indicate the place in production for a reissue year (whichever year of production) not all 50's solid bodies made in a production year. The info I posted is what you posted and I know the info was the way Gibson does it. The last 3 or 4 is the number produced for that reissued year.
Do you have anything that details Gibson changing the significance of the last three digits.
Well as you know that is info I posted from the Gibson Forum that I found and has been reffered to here before.
Pull the gearshift out, line things up and be really careful. The nut on the stearing shaft in the case up frontd was completely off the shaft. Itis tapered so I hit it lightly down and tightened the nut. does any one know of more super h s like this one My brother in law has a farmall H serial # 16865 that was suppose to be a orchard model. It has hinge points for what I suppose is a drop down screen over both sides of engine compartment. What can be operated with it and how some of these set up.Years ago we overhauled it and got it running again.This winter I hope to get it restored to show room condition along with his H-210 mounted corn planter. Just bought 20 acres and found a 1940 H hideing in the woods.I have a farmall H that seems to be locked between gears in the field with a rotary mower attached. What do I need to change to make them stay on once the tractor starts Thanksis there anyone out there that can tell me the horse power of a 1948 ih farmall h tractor with tricycle front end also what is the horsepower of a 1958 ih utility 350 with t/amp,,, my brother in law has the h i own the 350 utility we both want to purchase pto driven tillers and no one seems to know which tiller our tractors will handle,,,,the tillers come in 4-5 and 6 foot versions 4 foot requires 20-35 hp,,,5 foot requires 25-40 hp and the 6 foot requires 35-50 horse i ve tried searching so many sights i am going cross eyed,,,it would sure help if some one could answer this and i sure would appreciate thanks RONI have put live hydraulics on my 51 H and would like to put an OEM Charlynn power steering on it but understand the space is very close. thanks again, bruce As you can tell by our e-mail address my wife and myself are retired and enjoying life. Any Help I just purchaced a Farmall H that I believe is a 1950 or 1951.It starts with the clutch in but when I let out the clutch it stalls. Howerver at this age in life a man needs something a little extra to interest him, so I joined a tractor club. I made that determination by viewing the serial numbers available on this site mine is serial # 35168 . I paid 800.00 and it is equipped with a belly mower deck and I use it to mow my little 2 acre patch on the bayou in south Louisiana.
After talking to my new neighbor I know that it has sat for at least 30 years.