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Old 12-21-2002, 12:15:56 AM
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does anyone know of a IHC vertical Famous web site
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We could probably make one right here in this thread. I know that Paul could add a few photos.




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Well Harry, if you have server space I can sure fill some up!! We are currently working on 2 15HP IHC Type A 2 speed tractors (engines on wheels) which is half of those in existance and 1 of those is in New Zeland. Also a Milwaukee, WI, built 20HP Friction drive chassis. You want 'em, you've got 'em. Craig
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Here is my IHC 2HP Hopper cooled vertical sprayer engine, with the original pump. Goes over real good at the local shows. I have a shower head and a spray stream operating off a dual sink fixture so I can shut one or the other off. I put a 30# pressure relief on it after I ran it once without a pressure relief. The pressure went up over 100#'s just at idle before I shut it down. Paul in NJ, staying out of Santa's way .




 

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