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PostPosted: Mon Oct 08, 2012 7:49 am    Post subject: 1206 FARMALL, WHEATLAND, STANDARD, Reply to specific post Reply with quote

WHAT IS THE IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE WHEATLAND STANDARD AND FARMALL TRACTORS? A FREIND HAS A 1206 HE JUST BBOUGHT-HAS LIGHTS IN THE FRONT GRILL,INTERNATIONAL ON THE SIDE OF THE TRACTOR. ALSO HAS ADJUSTABLE FRONT AXLE, THREE POINT HITCH AND FLAT TOP FENDERS. DID SOMEBODY CHANGE SOME THINGS BEFORE HE GOT IT? IS THERE SOMETHING IN THE SERIAL NUMBER TO TELL YOU IF IT IS A WHEATLAND, STANDARD OR FARMALL? THANKS FOR YOUR HELP.
 
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 08, 2012 9:53 am    Post subject: Re: 1206 FARMALL, WHEATLAND, STANDARD, Reply to specific post Reply with quote


A Farmall is a row crop tractor that may have a narrow front, or a wide front.

If it does not have "Farmall" on the side of the hood, then it is a standard tread, or wheatland. The front axle on a standard is usually "set back" under the tractor, and a rowcrop front axle will be directly under the front of the tractor.

Fenders can be changed, and hood side emblems can also be changed, as can complete hoods.
 
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 08, 2012 11:44 am    Post subject: Re: 1206 FARMALL, WHEATLAND, STANDARD, Reply to specific post Reply with quote

IIRC, the serial tag will show as "F-1206" if it is a Farmall, and "I-1206" if it is a Wheatland model.

Mechaincally, the tractors are practically the same. Same engine, same transmission, same rear axles. I think 3pt was available on the Wheatland versions. The tractor could easily pull a 6-7 bottom semi-mounted onland plow.

It's just a matter of parts and labor to make the changes you described. Probably the only change made was the fenders.
 
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 09, 2012 8:10 am    Post subject: Re: 1206 FARMALL, WHEATLAND, STANDARD, Reply to specific post Reply with quote

When sold new, if you ordered a Farmall and a International with the same size tires, pto, and three point hitch, the differences would be: Farmall had flat top fenders and lights in fenders whereas International had big round fenders and platform and lights in grill. Farmall had either tricycle front or forward setting rowcrop front axle whereas International hadf set back heavier duty front axle. Hood said Farmall on rowcrop and International on standard. There were a number of different options, but, those were the basic differences. Wheatland was a special limited option International tractor sold in a limited area of the country which consisted of a Wheatland decal and a few special options.

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