Farmallparts.com sells International Harvester Farmall tractor parts for Farmall Cub, Farmall Cub Lo-boy, Farmall Cub 154, Farmall Cub 184, Farmall Cub 185, Farmall A, Farmall B, Farmall C, Farmall Super A, Farmall Super C, Farmall H, Farmall Super H, Farmall M, Farmall Super M, Farmall F12, Farmall F14, Farmall F20, Farmall MTA, Farmall Super MTA, Farmall 100, Farmall 130, Farmall 140, Farmall 200, Farmall 230, Farmall 240, Farmall 404, Farmall 400, Farmall 450, Farmall 560, Farmall 300, Farmall 350, Farmall 460, Farmall 606, Farmall 454, Farmall 564, Farmall 354, Farmall 484, Farmall 485, Farmall 684, Farmall 784, Farmall 585. For all these tractors we sell Clutch, Carburetor, Starter, Tune-up, Radiator, Brakes, Wheels, Gauges, Pistons, Fenders, Lights, Emblems, Decals and Manuals.
The first Farmall tractor that International Harvester made was produced in 1924 and was the beginning of an era that some would argue has never ended. 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. There were several popular Farmalls in the F series that helped to lay the foundation for Farmall tractor popularity in America. We all think of the Farmall Red color as being characteristic of our tractors, but early on they were all painted gray.1939 was when we started to see all of the different letter series Farmalls that we are used to today. These consisted of the Farmall A, B, BN, (which were the smallest models at this time) C, M, (which were larger and had much greater plowing capabilities) H, (which was a great all-around tractor that was the most popular) and MD (which was the first Farmall to have a diesel engine). 1947 was when we first saw what came to be many peoples' favorite Farmall of all, the Farmall Cub. Farmall Cubs were great for small acreage or for when you had a small job that required a more maneuverable Farmall. The Farmall Cub stayed pretty much the same for so many years because it was so well designed and since they pretty much got it right the first time. All in all, Farmalls were built to last, which is why you still see so many of them today and why interest in these old machines has continued and will continue for years to come.
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