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Hi!

When it comes down to the basic chassis, without anything else - the basic frame- are the holes alike?

Couldn't find the info on the web, so hoping your personal experience can answer this.

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Are You talking about the I.H. Cub Cadets The diffrence between the wide and Narrow Frame's?
 

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Yes, IH, 1x6/7 and earlier. So sorry for not being more clear -

Would IH change the frame every 2 years, or all narrow frames are the same, it's just what they hung on it that year?

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Sheila,
There are narrow frames and wide frames. There are also tall tunnel nf's and short tunnel nf's. The wide frames are mostly all the same. I think all nf's hydros are tall tunnels for the hydro pumps that's why the change the height of the frame. The wide frames are the easiest to work on. The thicknest of the frame are all about the same. Hope this helps.
 

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Narrow Frame Tractors
Original
Series 2
70
100
Series 3
71
102
122
123
During series 4 front quick attach was added so you would not have to bolt on Front mounted Equipment
Series 4
72
104
105
125
125
Series 5
73
106
107
126
127
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Wide Frame Tractors
Series 6
86
108
109
128
129
149
169
Series 7
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1100
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1250
1450
1650
Series 8 IH production ended April 1981 countined under MTD(C.C.C.) After April 1981
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582S
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So she is asking if the all the narrow frames are interchangeable and it seems like the answer is no. The gear narrows would be the same frame and the hydro models would be the taller (different) narrow frame is that right?
 

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Looks like Sergeant has it right, cept one of his 125's should be a 124 (not trying to sound like the correct police).

The type of tranny it has doesn't make a difference so much in the frame, the only difference I can think of off hand between a gear drive and a hydro is that a 123 frame has an access hole on the left side that a 71/102/122 doesn't have.

The frame differences are pretty much between each of different series just the way Sergeant has it layed out.
 

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Wow, simply wow. :not_worth

Thank you all for the input, you bring the info I needed without knowing how to properly ask.

Sergeant, what can I say but :thanku:

I have finished unloading a full PU of Alpaca Poop. I will study this information to it's fullest on the morrow. Right now,I'm gonna get some dinner.

and a glass of good vino

good night all-

sheila
 
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