Letters to the Editor

Doubling up on Farmall C

| July 2006

After successfully twinning two 1950 Farmall H tractors together last year, they now have a little brother, twin 1950 Farmall Cs. They were also built like the twin H (except for a few modifications) where you can use either engine or transmission, or both, to operate the unit. By engaging the two power trains together, you double the horsepower. The twin C's rear wheels are also 7-1/2-feet apart to the outside of the tire so it can be hauled easily. It has enough axle to put dualies on if you want to. From what I hear, these are the only ones made this way in the U.S. If there are others, I would like to hear about them and exchange ideas.

- David S. Evans
East Prospect, Pa.
e-mail: devans5227@suscom.net


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