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AnonymousUser 16490 112 '68 series V-8 either
'68 series V-8
here's a cool pic of one of those V-8 '68 series made by
international. they probably went out of style because they
used so much fuel! strong as a bull however.
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that's just a mean look w/those double smokestacks, aint
it?!
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Hi Guys,

A real mean look. Such thing don't exist in europe.
(forget SAME they have a V4 with 2 pipe's ).

peet
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Hi Peet,

I don't believe these were made for very long. Massey
erguson also made V-8 tractors at the same time that IH made
theirs.

Lance
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Hi Lance,

Ih made V8 engine's in several series, ( 66, 86 serie). I
forgot about V8 MF, they were not often sold in the south of
holland. The most sold MF in our area are the 4 cilinders (
135, 165 and 188 mkII ). Almost 99% of the big engine's in
our tractors are 6 in line. The rest is 8 in line ( schluter
) and V8.
I hope we get some more picture's of these V8's.

Peet
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Hi Peet,

If I can find any pics of IH or MF V8 tractors, I will post
them for you!

Lance
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Nice i have always wanted one of those
we got most of the 66 series and they
run like a charm
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What a nice tractor. we have all the 66 and 86 seris
traktors on our farm in Kentucky
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IH sucks big one. they are a problem i don't need on the
farm and a piece a shit!
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y dont u shut ur mouth u twat u dont even no wot ur talkin
about
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well sounds like that guy is a dumbass im a fan of deeres
but i dont go around blurting out stupidass things i respect
others opinions unlike others
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The V-8's were not popular engines for tractors because they
required high rpms, had low torqe compared to an inline 6
cylinder, and when the engine would lug down, under load it
could not recoop the power and could stall out thus shucking
a turbo or warping heads. V8 diesels were better suited to
trucks where constant load and speed could be accomadated.
:-\
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Thats a great looking tractor
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