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Industrial version of 454 was 2400 & 574 was 2500 (painted yellow with outboard drum handbrakes). Industrial trans option was Hydraulic Forward/Reverse or Hydro.Industrial versions were 248/258/268/278/288. Gear drive or Hyd Fwd/rev trans except 268

Industrial version of 454 was 2400 & 574 was 2500 (painted yellow with outboard drum handbrakes). Industrial trans option was Hydraulic Forward/Reverse or Hydro.

Industrial versions were 248/258/268/278/288. Gear drive or Hyd Fwd/rev trans except 268 which was hydrostatic drive. Roof option with heater made available (made by Sekura). Trans option TA. 684 Later Ag tractors were offered with "Super Deluxe Cab" made by Sekura.

In this timeframe, all Farmall models are row-crop tractors, all International models are utility tractors. Both Farmall and International models had hi-crop (or high-clear) versions. International models also had industrial and orchard options.

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Industrial version of 454 was 2400 & 574 was 2500 (painted yellow with outboard drum handbrakes). Industrial trans option was Hydraulic Forward/Reverse or Hydro.

Industrial versions were 248/258/268/278/288. Gear drive or Hyd Fwd/rev trans except 268 which was hydrostatic drive. Roof option with heater made available (made by Sekura). Trans option TA. 684 Later Ag tractors were offered with "Super Deluxe Cab" made by Sekura.

In this timeframe, all Farmall models are row-crop tractors, all International models are utility tractors. Both Farmall and International models had hi-crop (or high-clear) versions. International models also had industrial and orchard options.

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The International Harvester IDI (from Indirect Injection) engine is a 4-stroke 8-cylinder Diesel engine used in International Harvester trucks, Ford F-Series pickups, and Ford E-Series vans from 1983 to 1994. The engine had two displacements: 420 cubic inches (6.9 litres), which was used in Ford trucks from 1983 until 1987, and 444 cubic inches (7.3 litres), which was used in Ford trucks from 1988 until 1994 ( naturally aspirated ) and in 1993 and 1994 ( turbocharged ). These engines were replaced in 1994.5 by the Navistar T444E (7.3 L) engine , which was also marketed under the Ford Power Stroke name.

During the 1983 model year, the F250 and F350 trucks were first available with the 6.9L diesel engine. This was the first diesel engine offered in Ford light-duty pickups. Although the GM pickups already had offered a diesel engine in C10s starting in 1977 (Oldsmobile 5.7 Diesel), and C10-30 in 1982 (6.2L N/A Detroit), the GM diesel engines were intended for efficiency over power. On the other hand, the 6.9L diesel made decent power compared to its peers, therefore, it became a feasible replacement to big-block gas engines. The 6.9L engine was naturally aspirated and put out 170 hp @ 3,300 RPM and 315 lb-ft @ 1,400 RPM.

In 1988, the 6.9 liter engine was supplanted by the 7.3 liter upgrade, with over 300,000 6.9's shipped to Ford and countless numbers installed into medium-duty trucks, school buses, and the like. This engine features numerous improvements over the 6.9 liter, with most of the changes located in the heads; the block received an increase bore and select-fit pistons, while the heads received an enlarged prechamber, enlarged valve stem shields, harder valves, and other minor upgrades. The front cover was revised to reduce seepage.

Industrial version of 454 was 2400 & 574 was 2500 (painted yellow with outboard drum handbrakes). Industrial trans option was Hydraulic Forward/Reverse or Hydro.

Industrial versions were 248/258/268/278/288. Gear drive or Hyd Fwd/rev trans except 268 which was hydrostatic drive. Roof option with heater made available (made by Sekura). Trans option TA. 684 Later Ag tractors were offered with "Super Deluxe Cab" made by Sekura.

In this timeframe, all Farmall models are row-crop tractors, all International models are utility tractors. Both Farmall and International models had hi-crop (or high-clear) versions. International models also had industrial and orchard options.

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