Ih 674

Discussion in 'Case / Farmall - International Harvester' started by Chris, Apr 11, 2006.

  1. Chris

    Chris Administrator Staff Member

    Sep 15, 2003
    Looking to get a IH 674 4-cylinder Diesel in great shape with FEL.
    Anyone have any insight, opinions or gotcha's with this model
    tractor. Think is it about 62 PTO and 55-60 DRAW -- HP. Got about 2500HRS. What is a good price in great shape with no problems?

    Data I found on it was:

    Manufactured: 1978 - 1984

    Factory: Doncaster, England

    Cost: (US Dollars) $11,300 (1978)

    Power:
    Drawbar (HP): 55.9
    PTO (HP): 62.52

    Engine:
    Manufacturer: International Harvester
    Fuel: diesel
    Cylinders: 4
    Bore/Stroke (inches): 3.87 x 5.06
    Displacement (ci): 239
    Compression:
    Rated RPMs: 2400
    Torque (ft-lbs):
    Firing order:
    Oil capacity (qts):

    Transmission:
    Type: syncromesh
    Forward: 8
    Reverse: 4

    Capacity:
    Fuel (Gal): 20
    Cooling (Qt): 12

    3-Point:
    Category: II
    Lift (lbs): 3,969

    Power Take-off (PTO):
    Type: independent
    Rear speed (RPM): 540

    Hydraulics:
    Type:
    Capacity (gal):
    Total Flow (gpm):
    Outlet Flow (gpm): 13
    Outlets:

    Tires:
    Ag front: 7.50-16
    Ag rear: 16.9-30

    Dimensions:
    Weight (pounds): 5,016
    Wheelbase (inches): 84
    Length (inches): 135
    Width (inches):
    Height (inches): 91
    Ground clearance (inches):
     
  2. Live Oak

    Live Oak New Member

    Dec 21, 2003
    This is what I came up with on the 674 Andy. These are good tractors and I don't think this particular model was equipped with at TA. Usually the TA is a source of problems in older Internationals.

    Years Made: 1973-1978
    Horsepower - PTO: 58.53
    Horsepower - Engine:
    Horsepower - Drawbar: 53.4
    Horsepower - Range: 59
    Engine - Make: IHC
    Engine - Fuel: GAS
    Engine - Cyl(s) - CID: 4/200
    Transmission - Standard: SG
    Optional:
    Forward / Reverse Standard: 8/4
    Forward / Reverse Optional:
    MFWD - Standard / Optional:
    Tires Standard - Front: 7.50-16
    Tires Standard - Rear: 16.9-30
    Wheelbase - Inches: 84
    PTO Type: IND
    3pt Hitch Cat I: False
    3pt Hitch Cat II: True
    3pt Hitch Cat III: False
    Hitch Lift:
    Hydraulics - Type:
    Hydraulics - Cap:
    Hydraulics - Flow:
    Hydraulics - Standard Outlets:
    Cooling Capacity: 12
    Fuel Tank Capacity: 20
    Cab Standard:
    Weight: 5016
    New Price: $11,255.00

    Serial Numbers On File

    Serial: 101862 | Year: 1974 | Plate Location: LEFT SIDE OF TRANSMISSION HOUSING; INTERNATIONAL
    Serial: 103172 | Year: 1975 | Plate Location: LEFT SIDE OF TRANSMISSION HOUSING; INTERNATIONAL
    Serial: 107555 | Year: 1976 | Plate Location: LEFT SIDE OF TRANSMISSION HOUSING; INTERNATIONAL
    Serial: 105946 | Year: 1976 | Plate Location: LEFT SIDE OF TRANSMISSION HOUSING; INTERNATIONAL
    Serial: 100001 | Year: 1973 | Plate Location: LEFT SIDE OF TRANSMISSION HOUSING; INTERNATIONAL
    Serial: 101862 | Year: 1974 | Plate Location: LEFT SIDE OF CLUTCH HOUSING
    Serial: 103172 | Year: 1975 | Plate Location: LEFT SIDE OF CLUTCH HOUSING
    Serial: 107555 | Year: 1976 | Plate Location: LEFT SIDE OF CLUTCH HOUSING
    Serial: 107639 | Year: 1977 | Plate Location: LEFT SIDE OF CLUTCH HOUSING
    Serial: 110254 | Year: 1978 | Plate Location: LEFT SIDE OF CLUTCH HOUSING
    Serial: 100001 | Year: 1973 | Plate Location: LEFT SIDE OF CLUTCH HOUSING
    Serial: 105946 | Year: 1976 | Plate Location: LEFT SIDE OF CLUTCH HOUSING


    Here are some 674's for sale to look at and compare.

    674's
     

  3. Live Oak

    Live Oak New Member

    Dec 21, 2003
    Sounds like a great restoration project tractor! :spinsmile :tractorsm
     
  4. Fordfarm

    Fordfarm Supporting Member

    Dec 27, 2005
    Nice machines! I have a "Little Sister" to it - a 454! No TA, but you probably won't be plowing 80 acres with it. Does it have a differential lock? They come in REAL handy. I use mine for loader work. The 454 I have is a gasser, and was built in Kentucky, but it is basically the same machine.
     
  5. chrpmaster

    chrpmaster New Member

    May 5, 2004
    Lots of them still working for a living in my area. with a loader it would be a good solid tractor capable of significant loads.

    Oh ya WE WANT PICTURES!!