Antique International / Farmall Tractor: Farmall Super MD
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The MD is the diesel version of the Super M. This 3-plow tractor was one of the most popular and succesfull of all other tractors in it's class. It had 32 percent more power than the regular (non-super) MD.
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J.D. Helbig wrote on Tuesday, September 11, 2012 (PDT):I have some friends in eastern Oregon that has a Super M D TA Farmall with loader for sale ,,,It may be gone by now
Don DeGroote wrote on Saturday, July 07, 2012 (PDT):I just purchased a 450D. When I was a kid we had one and I thought is was the best thing since sliced bread. the one thing I cannot remember is what weightoil to use int the lower end of the injestion pump.Can anyone help me out. thanks.
Sam wrote on Sunday, January 22, 2012 (PST):My first tractor was a Super MD. The dealer unloaded it and left the operators manual on the kitchen table. Dad didnt know a thing about it, so I sat down and read the manual for a bit, the went out to try it. I will never forget pushing the lever to the gas side, starting it up, and letting it run a bit. When I pulled the lever back and heard the unmistakable crack of that Diesel take off, I was in love! I loved that tractor, it did a good job on a 4 row front mount #461 cultivator, or a 4 14s 370 plow. I used it for almost everything I had to do. We had a M5 Moline gas that was a slug compared to my Farmall. I could outwork the Moline and use less fuel, and had that distinct crack of the diesel to listen to. And smoke! The governer would kick in and the stack poured out thick black smoke. Made the neighbor kids jealous. I had a DIESEL!
Homer Mullins wrote on Sunday, May 30, 2010 (PDT):I have a 1948 Gibson Model D for sale. New rear tires, good condition, runs great. I have no other equipment with it. If interested, please email me at wjboyce at windstream.net, I have pictures.
Shawn wrote on Tuesday, May 04, 2010 (PDT):My friend has a Super M and we re starting a small farm with him. The tractor needs work,like restoration and we need equipment help. Anyone know where to get parts for it Also we have a plow that wont work right, anyone know where to get parts for it in western PA
Michael Buffaloe wrote on Saturday, March 13, 2010 (PST):I am located in Wake County, NC near Raleigh. My daddy used to have a 53 or so Super MD that I d love to locate. It was used when he bought it. We used to refer to her as The Big Tractor ! She was strong!! We would pull 4 - 14 plows with it. I have broke many of an acre with it. After I bought an IH 674 in 80, my mother sold it in the early - mid 80 s. Several years later, the fellow that bought it traded it for a John Deere at Revels Tractor Co. in Fuquay-Varina, NC. I know this is a real long-shot, but would anyone out there maybe have bought a Super MD from Revels in the later 80 s or around 90 Contact me and give a description. I would love to see it! This may be in Wake, Johnston, Harnett Co s. or somewhere close by.
bill austin wrote on Wednesday, January 06, 2010 (PST):I have a MD. Recently when I switch from gas to deisel it does not completly swicth over. Before when I would switch it over it would make a click noise switch fine now after switching it takes along time for it to make the noise completly switch over. any ideas on how to fix this
tom abbring wrote on Wednesday, November 25, 2009 (PST):I have a super M that i got from a farmer .He got new in 1954. It runs good and looks good.And now its my chick magnet.
Tina Berkley wrote on Thursday, November 05, 2009 (PST):I bought a International Farmall Super MD eight years ago. It is a wide front end with spin out back tires. We use it for bush hogging. I have it for sale. I am asking 3500.00
jimmy dee in wisconsin wrote on Sunday, February 22, 2009 (PST): Hi everyone im looking for a nice old tractor for my son and i to fix up if you might have something in wisconsin we would love to come take a gander,also any hit and miss moters please call collect at 715 445 2781
alex smith wrote on Tuesday, February 17, 2009 (PST):I am looking for one. I want it to run good have fenders lights ect. for around 2500.
Brad Stevens wrote on Sunday, October 07, 2007 (PDT):I have a 1953 Super M Diesel I would like to sell. Runs smooth and tin is good. Needs paint, tires are ok, and just some tlc. It has rear wheel weights with drawbar.
David Trobaugh wrote on Sunday, June 24, 2007 (PDT):We are looking for a head for a Supes MD with the valves . The serial number is f44682 Email us if you know where we can get one.
Trevor Veech wrote on Saturday, May 05, 2007 (PDT):We have a super MD on our farm that we use for odd jobs during the summer. We also set the pump up on it because we pull with it at a couple of tractor pulls every year. We bought it for 600 wich I thought was a pretty good deal evan though it doesnt look as good as this one in the picture.
Bob Waters wrote on Wednesday, October 25, 2006 (PDT):I am in New Zealand also and there are a few MD models around as I have seen them when I was younger and I know of one running with a front bucket. Where can you get a service manual for them?
David Edgar wrote on Saturday, September 16, 2006 (PDT): I live in a place called Tapanui which is in the South Island of New Zealand and I have a 1947 M.D.It is the only one that we no of still in the country.We believe that there were five of this modle that came to New Zealand.I also own a Farmall H.V. which is also quite rare in New Zealand.Anyone interested can contact me at the above e.mail address.
john farmall wrote on Wednesday, August 30, 2006 (PDT):My neighbor has a super MTA compleatly restored and it is nice let me tell you !! i want to take it off his hands!!! mabey in 20 years!!!
John Tinney wrote on Wednesday, February 15, 2006 (PST):Just purchased a farmall SUPER MDTA today. Can't wait to get it home. Hopefully the roads will be clear in the next few days.It is restored but does not have all orginall equipment, That's OK because they are rare. It is about 5 hours away. I also own a restored Super MTA.I have 3 -W4, 1 -I4 1 -Super A and 1 -686
Kenneth G. Dodge wrote on Friday, January 20, 2006 (PST):I restore old Farmalls, I would like to buy MD, SMD, SMTA, and SMDTA. My phone number is 402-729-3109. My address is 70940 Farmstead Avenue, Fairbury, NE 68352. Thank You.
brian van dam wrote on Sunday, January 15, 2006 (PST):hello im looking for a m/d with a t/a to rebuild and restore the tractor will have a good home in ontario canada if you can help me please e mail me ill have the tractor picked up and shiped to canada thanks brian
Teddie Gregory wrote on Thursday, January 12, 2006 (PST):I own a Super M in North Carolina. She runs good, however I would like to rework the engine to give her new life. I use it now to plow my garden and field. I have the plows (all sets) also. I am looking for a Farmall 560. (Cheap)
james w moore wrote on Friday, December 24, 2004 (PST): I am an owner of 35 farmalls and MD's. I have parts for M's, SM's, MD's, and SMD's. Any questions call me. I can work on injection pumps. (7o4)422-3755. Also have a 8.16 McCormick deering for sale.
ken coleman wrote on Monday, December 06, 2004 (PST):I have a 1952 super md that is disassembled and needs a new cylinder sleeve...does anyone know where I can get one. (or a good block or complete engine)? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks....I also have another '52 smd and a '52 sm that are in working condition.
EARL HARDEE wrote on Monday, November 01, 2004 (PST):I HAVE A SMD THAT THE STARTER AND FLYWHEEL TEETH HAVE GONE BAD. IS IT WORTH HAVING THE STARTER REBUILT AND THE FLYWHEEL REPLACED?
Kevin wrote on Thursday, October 28, 2004 (PDT):I just bought a 1953 Super md the serial number is f-12810-j the man said that is hasen't run in 3 years. It isen't seized but he said they had a prdoblem with the starter. This is my second tractor to restore my first was a smta. The deisel looks alot tougher. Any help would be appreciated.
Mike Keller wrote on Tuesday, July 13, 2004 (PDT):I would be interested in purchasing a smdta for pulling . JD's are popular in this aera. Want a deer killer. Thanks ( ;
G. Larson wrote on Friday, July 09, 2004 (PDT):I own a 49 MD ( rebuilt engine) and a 52 SMD. Both save alot of fuel.
Fred Keith wrote on Monday, November 10, 2003 (PST):My dad had a couple of MD's when I was growing up on the farm. They were nice running tractors and I prefer to run them over the ones. Started excellent in warm weather. In cold weather it was best keep them heated or not use them. I don't remember starting good below 50 degrees. Cold weather use tend to give them a lot more head gasket problems. In cold weather we usally pulled started them to help save starters and batteries. I think most of the hours we put on them was running the sawmill we had on the farm. They seem to run all day on 5 gal. on the mill and take 3 gal. per hour in the field. When my dad had the injection pumps rebuilt, put on a dyno and adjusted, the max hp was that could be acheived was 46. He had them set back to 44 to keep them from being over fueled. The engines were 4" bore and in excellent shape. Standard bore for these tractor was 3 7/8". My bought the first in 1957 used and rebuilt it twice before he sold it at auction in 1995. The second one he bought in 1966 and rebuilt it once and sold it in the auction also. They are both still running and I still see them ocationally. We both still both each own a gasoline model M and a model A.
rob wrote on Saturday, November 08, 2003 (PST):my dad has a farmall 450 that is being rebulit,he needs a good cylinder head,can be bare.where can he find one? thanks,rob
Harv Wewel wrote on Monday, October 20, 2003 (PDT):I own a Farmall MD, not sure of the age but it has been in my family as far back as I can recall. It has not been used for several years but worked just fine until it was put in the shed. Can anyone tell me a ballpark figure on how much this tractor is worth?
bill wrote on Sunday, October 12, 2003 (PDT):hi i have a inter aw7 and am chasing a crankshaft can anyone tell me if it is called by another name thank you bill
James R. Lentz wrote on Friday, September 19, 2003 (PDT):I have a 46 MD I think. It was given to me and I am going to be putting it on the internet to sell. The men using it on this ostrich farm did not know how to shut it down properly and always had a hard time staeting it. They didn't know that they must be shut down on gas to burn out the deisel resadue. The last time it was shut down was two years ago and of course the old diesel fuel jelled and has stuck the engine. Some hard work will fix it. I am 70 years old and just do not feel up to it. Do you have a suggestion where or what link I can advertise on. Thanks Jim Lentz jimmythecinch1 at ev1.net
Jack Wykle wrote on Saturday, August 30, 2003 (PDT):I have a Farmall super MD. Would love to hear from anyone who knows where I can get parts to restore it.
Brad Kingdon wrote on Thursday, June 19, 2003 (PDT):If they're are any MD's or Super MD's out there I would be interested in buying one. June 19, 2003
Dave Lobdell wrote on Tuesday, April 08, 2003 (PDT):I would like to buy an MD,Super MD or Super MD TA.
Dan Naber wrote on Sunday, March 02, 2003 (PST):I have a super MDTA with a fresh motor that I would like to sell
Gene Larson wrote on Sunday, February 02, 2003 (PST): port angeles wash i have a super C with rear tool bar, doubble plow, disk,mower,spring tooth, with a parts tractorfor parts any Idea what its worth.yours looks grat good Job.... /I have wide front/
Francisco Peste, Portugal wrote on Thursday, December 26, 2002 (PST):I have a 1953 Farmall Super MD, working, with documents and i was interested in sell it...where can i advertise it??thanks
Matt M wrote on Thursday, November 14, 2002 (PST):What would the value be on a running SMD with wide front and fenders.
Frank McPhillips wrote on Friday, November 01, 2002 (PST):I am looking for a Super MD made in late 52 or 53. I would like to find one made in Louisville, KY if possible. I do not know if a diesel was made their. My father, three uncles and 2 great uncles were all working at the Louisville plant during this period. They have all past and am unable to find out much info on a diesel made in Louisville. I know gas was produced but am not sure about diesel. I would like to make this a family project to restore, show and pull if one can be found. Any info about diesels produced in Lou. KY would be greatly appreciated.
NATHAN MCNATT wrote on Monday, October 28, 2002 (PST):looking for a place to buy parts for a i think it is 1942 farmall smd not sure on the year any help well be greatfull
michael wrote on Wednesday, October 23, 2002 (PDT):looking for a diesel farmall. MD,400, etc. in good running condition. don't have to be pretty but a fair price. new englan area preferred.
Mike Branch wrote on Monday, September 09, 2002 (PDT):Is there any way to find out the serial number if the plate is missing? I have a Super MTA. A 1953 or 1954. I'm not sure.
Dan Millard (age 14) wrote on Monday, July 22, 2002 (PDT):I have a super MD wide front in restoration right know. It runs great!! I am a member of the IHC club of the ontario chapter 20. I just reasontly came back from ATHENS, Ontario (near brockville) we had our red power show there this year. Please e-mail me any time with pictures that might help me along with this restoration. Dan Millard Caledonia, Ontario Canada
scot timm wrote on Tuesday, June 18, 2002 (PDT):what can i do to get the most out of my M.D for tractor pulling
andy wrote on Sunday, May 26, 2002 (PDT):i am 12 and my dada purchased a MD and it was worth it... it was in rough shap when we broght it home. It sat outside for 15 years, and was missing alot of pieces.So we went to our local junkyard and got all of our supplies and now its all restored and like new... i am a tractor puller, and i pull our smta farmall and our super H with live highdrolices. And we might pull our MD some day. Me my dad and my grandpa own over 8 farmalls, and ill be glad to give you info.
Lee wrote on Thursday, May 09, 2002 (PDT):does any one know the value of an engine from a super MD?if so email me at the address provided.
Josh Gibson wrote on Monday, February 11, 2002 (PST):The tractor looks good, but I would put a wide front end under the tractor.
Jimmy S. wrote on Friday, January 11, 2002 (PST):This is the first time I have ever seen a tractor like this. It looks like a beast. My grandfather has an H and I use it every day in the summer to mow. I think you did a great job with it, and I hope someday to restore ours for my grandfather
Matt M wrote on Monday, November 12, 2001 (PST):To Rick; How much do you want for the tractor? Is it wide front or narrow? Address more information please.
Rick Phillips wrote on Friday, November 09, 2001 (PST):My father has a Farmall M, or MD I cant remember but I have a lot of fond memories doing the hay with it. My father is old now and wants me to get rid of it. It probably needs a little work, but I believe that it is good condition. I would like to sell it for him.
Chris Kyler wrote on Thursday, November 08, 2001 (PST):I'm looking for a Farmall M.D (super or not), in the Pennsylvania area. I'm just starting the farming trade so can't afford to pay too much. Any help is needed.
Shawn Miles wrote on Thursday, October 04, 2001 (PDT):I am looking for a Farmall MD(diesel) in fair conditionn ie;most of the hood/fuel tank/radiator covers. motor with all parts running or not.
Frank Gissendaner wrote on Friday, August 17, 2001 (PDT):I have a farmall super md the local FFA chapter are restoring. I also have a super md engine I would like to know what it is worth.
KEITH NELSON wrote on Thursday, August 16, 2001 (PDT):MY FATHER PURCHACED ONE OF THESE TRACTORS BRAND NEW WHEN HE WAS FARMING. I AM 38 AND REMEMBER PLOWING WITH THREE 14'S.WE STILL HAVE AND ALL OUR OTHER OPLD FARMALLS, WELL CARED FOR AND SHEDED. SOMEDAY, WHEN I CAN RISE THE MONEY, I WILL FARM AGIN WITH THESE PROUD MACHINES. THERE IS 420 ACRES WAITING FOR ME.
Brad Bryan wrote on Saturday, June 09, 2001 (PDT):I recently bought a 1947 M. It needs paint and new seat. I also bought a Super M, which has no front end, and the motor is stuck.
Greg Hammond wrote on Friday, June 08, 2001 (PDT):Dose it have a pony motor on it? Becuse thats the only way i can see how it would start like that. First on gas, when it warms up, turn it over to diesel
Glenn Berts wrote on Friday, June 08, 2001 (PDT):A year ago I bought an '48 MD for $200. The gas side linkage and other parts were missing. The only way I could start it was to pull it. I now put two 12 volt batteries in series to the starter and give it just a small shot of starter fluid and away it goes. It smokes for two or three minutes until it warms up and runs smooth after that. I charge the batteries occasionally after about 25 or 30 starts. Nothing compares to taking off in road gear and hearing the governor kick in and the pure acceleration. This rig will be attached to my PTO sawmill in the very near future.
dan n wrote on Tuesday, May 29, 2001 (PDT):how many horse power is a a super md same as a plain super m at 55 horse power
mike odo wrote on Wednesday, April 18, 2001 (PDT):I am only 22 and i have a SMD and it is the finest tractor I have ever owned. I just painted it and rebuilt the motor. It was worth every penny and tear put into it. I went drawbar to drawbar with a JD G thathas also been restored recently and won. Go farmall al the way
kt wrote on Sunday, April 15, 2001 (PDT):This farmall md is nice vary rare for a single wheel front end.
Rock Stone wrote on Tuesday, March 20, 2001 (PST):My wifes gradpa has a Super M with a front end loader on it. I am an idiot when it comes to tractors, but would love to keep it in the family. Any idea what it is worth?
John Alfred Smith wrote on Sunday, March 18, 2001 (PST):NEED HELP !! I bought a single frount wheel assembly for a IH a day ago it is not like the one in the picture above, it has straight side strutes ,not the fat, wishbone style like above. The wheel is not a bolt-on the-hub, or solid wheel/rim, both of these have the single axle-bolt to mount to the wishbone strurt, Mine has like Isaid before the straight sided struts , the big difference is the wheel/rim porition. This part is large castiron spoke wheel. With 1&1/2 diameter spokes about 2 in. apart . This means the V between each spoke is about 2 in deep . The rim is welded to the wheel porition . Any Information on this type of single frount would be appreciated!!! Thanks, John Alfred Smith
ken pylman wrote on Wednesday, December 06, 2000 (PST):we had MD,, HAD DUELS onthe back. Used for discing and plowing, on a sugarbeet digger and for cultivating also. I still have the cultivator back and front tool bars, they are in good shape. make me an offer.
ken pylman wrote on Wednesday, December 06, 2000 (PST):we had MD,, HAD DUELS onthe back. Used for discing and plowing, on a sugarbeet digger and for cultivating also. I still have the cultivator back and front tool bars, they are in good shape. make me an offer.
Bill Young wrote on Sunday, November 26, 2000 (PST):I am 13 years old and love to fool with old Farmall tractors , between me and my dad we have 9 Farmall tractors 1 Case tractor 4 of our Farmall M's are pulling tractors. We have one Farmall MD and it took us 3 engines to get it to run, because 2 of the engines had a cracked block, but now it runs like a charm and we plan on painting it this week.
Shaun Young wrote on Friday, October 27, 2000 (PDT):i thank that the farnall super md is the best tractor every made i will love to hve one my good firend andy's grandpa had one
ROBERT MCDERMITT wrote on Sunday, October 15, 2000 (PDT):LIKE TO HAVE ONE I HAVE A M& SUPER M
Pete wrote on Monday, October 02, 2000 (PDT):I have a Farmall 450 desiel and I need to open the pump up to get more power, can anyone tell me how to do that, thanks
P.Geman wrote on Sunday, September 17, 2000 (PDT):This Super MD was my Grandfathers when he got it new in 1953. He had 50 head of Dairy Cows and used it for doing everything. Plowed & planted 75 acres for years in corn. Also Cut and Baled hay. He had the head crack once and it was replaced by the dealer. You have to let the hot engines cool by idling after a hard work out. 15 minutes was the suggested time. The tractor had set outside for some time and the clutch froze to the pressure plate. So that is when I purchased it from Grandpa. He said after the second overhaul ,it never work like before, he thought the dealer did a poor job. Until a few years ago, I found out that after changing the injection pump with a overhauled one, The tractor has been working great. Today I use it for my handyman's tractor. I put a loader on it and move manure and use it also for plowing[snow & Sod], raking, baling on the old New Holland 77 Hay Baler. Just like Grampa use to do.
Walter wrote on Saturday, September 02, 2000 (PDT):I have a Super M serial number F-31027-J and a friend has one with serial number F-40203-J. Could any one tell me the year of these tractors and any other information about them. I also have a M for sale that we just finished sawing 12 square of cedar shingles with. Looks and runs very good.
Jim Lankford wrote on Thursday, August 24, 2000 (PDT):I have 2 1948 MD Farmalls that run like they were new. They have been in the family for 52 years! I am in the process of repainting them. I do need to do some work on one of the fuel pumps. The engine is not getting quite enough fuel. Does anyone know how to adjust the pump? If only they could build cars and trucks to last like these workhorses.
Andy wrote on Tuesday, August 22, 2000 (PDT):My grandpa had I think it was a MD. I rember the cast Farmall plate on the grille and dad tells me it was Diesel. I know it was an M beacause it was big. Hey, how much more power did the super have (hp.)? 30% can't be much.
Mad Man Leo wrote on Thursday, August 03, 2000 (PDT):LONG LIVE THE SUPER MD!!!!!!!!! Best of the best for tree-pulling up to 18" in diameter!!
DALE RASKA wrote on Wednesday, June 21, 2000 (PDT):MY BROTHER HAS A SUPER M. SERIAL # F4699 J AND ALSO A MODEL H SERIAL # 325648+1 CAN ANYONE TELL US WHEN THEY WERE MADE? WE ARE REBUILBING THE H AND THE M IS JUST RECENTLY PURCHASED. THANK YOU
Clayton Harra wrote on Friday, June 02, 2000 (PDT): I have a SMD-TA I just recently overhauled the motor complete with pistons, sleeves, rings, and bearings. Nothing compares to the response, sound and down right lugging with this tractor in its class. I also have some NOS bearings for a SMD if interested.
mike kodish wrote on Tuesday, May 23, 2000 (PDT):I have a international harvester cub cadet 102
Amanda Stewart wrote on Thursday, May 04, 2000 (PDT):My dad sold his tractor last night.
Norman Lumgair wrote on Tuesday, May 02, 2000 (PDT):I am looking for the year of my IHC Farmall Super MD TA tracor. The serial number is 76282 S. Anyone having any information on this tractor please email me at the enclosed address. Thank-you
Amanda Stewart wrote on Monday, May 01, 2000 (PDT):My father owns a FarmallSuperM tractor with hydraulics that he wants to sell. He is not sure what year it was made. He still uses it every year for hay. If anyone is interested in buying one please write back to me or call him at home his ph. # is (501)728-3281.
Josh Gould wrote on Saturday, April 08, 2000 (PDT):I have a 1947 MD with the super kit on it. It sat for around 15 yrs. when we were pulling it home we dropped it in gear and it started they sure don't make them like that anymore
Charlie Zuck wrote on Friday, February 18, 2000 (PST):Could someone explain how the MD engine works. I thought diesel engines needed much higher compression that gas engines. I have seen a few of these tractors at shows and would like to know the operation of the engine.
Drew Simpson wrote on Sunday, January 30, 2000 (PST):My brother and I have a 1953 Super MD. We have had it for about three years, but we haven't had a chance to restore it yet.
Dick Roberts wrote on Tuesday, January 18, 2000 (PST):I have 3 of I/H tractors with the I/H start on gas switch to diesel. A 1956 International 600, A 1956 Farmall 400 and a 1951 TD9 Track Tractor. I still use them on a reqular bases on my farm. There is nothing to compare to the sound of the governer response when under a varable load.
Al Marzian wrote on Sunday, January 02, 2000 (PST):Is this a Super MD? It is on my mail route. It has been there for years. Maybe someone can rescue it and do a restoration on it. I am not sure who owns it. E-mail me and I will try to find the owner if you are interested. I think it belongs to an elderly lady in Paris, Kentucky. www.angelfire.com/ky/alfredowork/images/tractor
harold oakes wrote on Friday, December 24, 1999 (PST):can anyone tell me how much a head for an m is worth??
Doug Mick wrote on Saturday, December 18, 1999 (PST):I own a 1953 super M. It has live hydrolics and power steering. I have had it for 32 years and it runs as good as new.
CARL E. PEARSON wrote on Sunday, December 05, 1999 (PST):i am restoring a farmall md it is original butiam looking for the final two pieces namely a belt pulley and a pto guard and mabybe a hand crank. if someone has these for sale please contact. thank you
Darald Marin wrote on Tuesday, September 28, 1999 (PDT):I grew up on a Super MD. The tractor came home in August 1952 and is still on the same farm. My brother owns it now. It was restored about 10 years ago by my dad and I. The SMD was burning oil when new, so the IH service man took the tractor for a drive, when he returned he told my dad that the rings should seat now; only after several years did the dealer tell him that the service man gave it the "bon-ami" treatment, a teaspoon of bon-ami for each cylinder into the intake at high idle. That set of sleeves and pistons did 10000hours. The tractor now has 18000 plus hours and has not done any real work for over twenty years. When it did work, it farmed 640 acres and hayed for 125 cows, all in southern Saskatchewan. I was 10 years old when it was new so I made many of those 18000 hours. I now have a few of the old IH 4 cylinder diesels and enjoy running them. They are an engine unlike any other, the sound when they start on gas and then the smell when they switch to diesel is IH's own.
Joseph Akerman wrote on Sunday, September 12, 1999 (PDT):My father is a dairy farmer and he has a Farmall H, Farmall M, Farmall F-20, and a Farmall Super M. When I was doing a report for school and I found this site very helpful
Darrin Ball wrote on Wednesday, September 08, 1999 (PDT):I just purchased a super MD,want to know what years they made these ? also I have a wide front on mine. It also has hydraulics & PTO. Any one with info please E-Mail
Asa Culver wrote on Tuesday, July 20, 1999 (PDT):I have a Farmall Super MD, just purchased from the disinterested son of a deceased farmer. It runs very well, both gas and diesel, and is now being restored and painted!
ed mccain wrote on Thursday, June 10, 1999 (PDT):i have a 59 model super c but it does not look as good as these nice job.
Albert Remijn wrote on Monday, June 07, 1999 (PDT):My frend has a Farmall MD (who starts on gasolin)from 1944. Because the engine needs an overhaul,he likes to know if he can reform him to a Super MD at the same time.Anyone who can tell me if this is possible and how to do it? We are living in Brazil,so we don't have much parts available! Thanks for your comments, Harry Oomen and Albert Remijn.
Ronnie wrote on Saturday, June 05, 1999 (PDT):I have three SMD's and two SMD's with TA the first shift on the go without clucthing. The first super did not have live hydralics or seal beam lights.
dusty moran wrote on Saturday, April 17, 1999 (PDT):This tractor started on gas and then once warm switched over deisel , It had a carb. and a fuel injector
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