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We have a hold in the block the size of a golf ball. Unconfirmed reports of missing teeth on the flywheel--that could be a bigger problem. (grew up on an "H" and a gas 460 in the late 50s and early 60s...) Fun finding this site! Cleaned up all the connections under the insturment cowling. It was suggested to widen out the plug gap to .030 vs. Someone else suggested putting on an electonic igintion conversion kit.
In April of 1962 when I was 6 months old my father purchased a brand new 560 Diesel. This tractor was the main farm tractor at the time and was used throughout the years for plowing, disking. Do they make them, for this tractor, and where can I order one.
We are now going to use it as a pull back tractor for our tractor pull sled. Rolly I own a 560 gas that has a bad knock on the top of the engine, my dad has a 560 diesel and needs a crankshaft and main cap anyone have any info or parts also need a TA.
Mine had bolt on weights made of cast, and for more weight the tire people would add calcium treated water to give you even more weight.
Maybe people use different wheels for pulling, but they came original with the two piece as described.
I farm with my dad and grandpa (when I'm not in school) We have a 560 diesel. I've seen an article on one, but the tractor in the article was questioned on its authenisity. When I was in high school, My FFA chapter had a Farmall D-560 for use on the school farm, it had duals 15x5-38's it had a fast hitch, we had a 2 bottom IHC disk plow for it and a IHC model 37-A disk, we are in South Florida in the Everglades farming Region where sugar cane and winter vegtables are king. Case, Case-IH, Farmall, International Harvester, New Holland and their logos are registered trademarks of CNH Global N.
Its been a few years ago & I can't remember which magizine it was in now. I have A 560 diesel bought it because when i was yonger plowing with this tracktor was something that sticks you.i have been considering converting it to gas because of W. cold winters is this possible and about how much cost would it be?