International Harvester

350 (Liquid Propane) (1956-1958)

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With approximately 40 belt horsepower, the Farmall 350 was an ideal unit for running the ensilage blower or haul­ing loaded wagons to the silo. A crank-operated leveling device is visible on the Fast-Hitch arm. The belt-driven blower was eventually replaced with PTO- driven models. The International 350 Utility trac­tor was the ideal chore tractor, especially when equipped with a hydraulic loader. This model could be furnished in gasoline, LP-gas, or diesel engine styles, and featured an adjustable front axle in addition to the optional power-adjusted rear wheels of some models. Many northern farmers equipped these loaders with a wide snow bucket for their own snow removal operations. Unrestricted visibility was a cardinal feature of the Far­mall 350 tractors. The operator had no trouble watching cornrows on either side of the trac­tor. By the late 1950s, IH cultivators had been redesigned for easy attachment or removal. This was a major im­provement over the heavyweight styles of earlier years which required two men and a boy to mount and detach.

Tractor Info

Engine: C-175

Cylinders: 4

Bore & Stroke: 3 5/8x 4 1/4

RPM: 2000

CID: 175

Fuel: Liquid Propane

Main Fuel Tank Cap: 18

Aux Fuel Tank Cap:


Cooling Capacity: 4.5

Drawbar HP: 42.87

Belt PTO HP: 46.68

Weight: 4460 lbs

Length: 119 inches

Width: 64 inches

Height: inches

Number of Gears: 10/2


1956: 501

1957: 1963

1958: 15049

Location: On the right side of the clutch housing

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Last Updated: September 12th, 2022

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