Farmall Super A


Farmall Super A tractor photo
1947 - 1954
A
Series:Super ASuper C
100
Production
Manufacturer:Farmall (a part of International Harvester)
Factories:Louisville, Kentucky, USA
 Chicago, Illinois, USA
Total built:107,636
Original price:$1,400 (1954)
The IH/Farmall Super A was an improved version of the A. The biggest change was that the previous Lift-All system was replaced with the new Touch Control hydraulic system. This was in response to the Ferguson three-point system used by Ford.
Variants
Super AV:high-clearance, vegetable
Farmall Super A Power
Drawbar (claimed):13 hp
9.7 kW
PTO (claimed):16 hp
11.9 kW
Farmall Super A Engines
International Harvester 1.9L 4-cyl gasoline
International Harvester 1.9L 4-cyl kerosene
Engine details ...
Mechanical
Chassis:4x2 2WD
Steering:manual
Brakes:differential mechanical contracting band
Cab:Open operator station.
Transmission:4-speed sliding gear
Transmission details ...
Capacity
Fuel:11 gal
41.6 L
Aux. fuel:0.75 gal
2.8 L
Hydraulic system:2.1 gal
7.9 L
Rear hubs:3 qts
2.8 L (each)
Hydraulics
Type:IH Touch-Control
Capacity:2.1 gal
7.9 L
Valves:1
Tractor hitch
Type:mid-mount Touch Control rockshaft
Power Take-off (PTO)
Rear PTO:transmission
Rear RPM:540
Dimensions & Tires
Wheelbase:71.1 inches
180 cm
Weight:2,400 lbs
1088 kg
Front tire:5.00-15
Rear tire:9-24
Full dimensions and tires ...
Super A Serial Numbers
Location:On the right side of the seat support
photo of Super A serial number

1947:250001
1948:250082
1949:268196
1950:281269
1951:300126
1952:324470
1953:336880
1954:353348

how to read serial numbers...

Belt Pulley
Diameter:8.5 inches
21 cm
Width:6 inches
15 cm
RPM:1157
Speed:2574 ft/min
784.56 meters/min
Electrical
Ground:postitive
Battery volts:6
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