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International 584 Row Crop
International 584
International 584 Row Crop
Model history
Model introduced 1978
Model discontinued 1985
Model status Discontinued
Preceded by International 574 Row Crop
Superseded by Case-International 584 Row Crop
Engine Specification
Engine make International
Engine model D-206
Fuel type diesel
Power hp 60 engine, 53 pto, 47 drawbar
Governed rpm 2300
Displacement cu in /(litre) 206 ci
No. of Cylinders 4
Bore in (mm) 3.875"
Stroke in (mm) 4.3875"
Cooling system Water
Naturally aspirated, Turbo or Supercharged NA
Transmission Details
Transmission type 4-speed syncromesh with high-low-reverse
Gearbox make International
Forward 8
Reverse 4
Drive 2-WD
General Data
Linkage Category Category II 3-point
Tyre Sizes (std/options)
Front 7.50-16 6-ply
Rear 15.5-38 6-ply
Tractor Dimensions
Length (inches/metres) 144"
Width (inches/meters) 74"
Height (inches/meters) 59"
Weight (nominal) lb/kg 5380 lb
Turning circle (nominal) inches/meters 20 ft
Wheelbase 84"
Other info
Factories Doncaster, England
Plow rating
Approximate Cost new in (year) $12115 (1978) $18870 (1984)
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The Edrob/Case IH 585 row crop was a row crop tractor built by International Harvester from 1978 to 1985 in the Doncaster, England factory.

Model history

See International 584 for general information on the 584.

The International 584 Row Crop replaced the 574 Row Crop. As before, the tractor was built in the "row crop utility" style, essentially a utility tractor with larger rear tires and longer front spindles for increased ground clearance.

Tractor Comparison

The International 584 was built in the Doncaster, England factory. Also built in England, the David Brown 990 with the optional high clearance kit and the identical Case 990 High Clearance were close matches for the International. The American-made Massey Ferguson MF255RC matched the power of the International with a larger 4-cylinder engine operating at lower rpms, for a slightly lower price in 1978. Its English-built successor, the MF270RC used the same engine and matched the 1984 International price. The French-built Massey Ferguson MF670 was a deluxe row crop model with a standard cab and much higher price. The German-built Fendt Farmer 105S also matched the size and power of the International. The Belarus 400 from Russia was a traditional tall row crop model with a relatively big, low-speed, 4-cylinder engine.

Make & model Pto hp Cyl. Displ.(ci) RPM Speeds(F/R) Weight(lb) Clear.(in) R Tires Price-$ (year) Yrs.Blt.
International 584 Row Crop 53 4 206 2300 8-4 5380 17 16.9-30 12115 (1978) 18870 (1984) 78-85
Belarus 400 53 4 254 1800 11-6 5027 13.6-38 75-88
Case 990 High Clearance 54 4 195 2200 6-2(12-4) 4780 25 13.6-38 75-79
David Brown 990 High Clearance 54 4 195 2200 6-2(12-4) 4230 29 11-36 73-80
Fendt Farmer 105S ~55 4 207 2300 13-4 6085 13.6-36 72-79
Massey-Ferguson MF255RC 53 4 236 2000 8-2(12-4) 6150 20 13.6-38 11497 (1978) 74-82
Massey-Ferguson MF270RC 56 4 236 2000 8-2 6200 16.9-30 18950 (1984) 83-84
Massey-Ferguson MF670 56 4 236 2000 12-4 7150c 16.9-30 25950c (1984) 83-86

c = standard cab included in weight and price

Note: Most specifications and prices in comparison tables from The Official Tractor Blue Book 2010[1], Farm Tractors 1950-1975[2], and Farm Tractors 1975-1995[3] and from sales literature.

Specification

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  • D-206 4-cylinder diesel engine
  • 8-speed transmission (4-speed syncromesh with high-low-reverse)
  • Adjustable front axle
  • Hydrostatic power steering
  • Standard tires
    • Front: 6.50-16 4-ply
    • Rear: 13.9-36 6-ply

Options

  • ROPS
  • Independent pto
  • Category II 3-point hitch with traction control

Gallery

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References/sources

  1. Hall, Mike, Ed., The Official Tractor Blue Book 2010, Price Digests, Overland Park, Kansas, 2009
  2. Larsen, Lester, Farm Tractors 1950-1975, American Society of Agricultural Engineers, St. Joseph, Michigan, 1981
  3. Gay, Larry, Farm Tractors 1975-1995, American Society of Agricultural Engineers, St. Joseph, Michigan, 1995
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