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{{ Infobox Tractor
 
| title = MODEL NO OF TRACTOR
 
| title = MODEL NO OF TRACTOR
| name = [[International 584 utility]]
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| name = [[Case IH 585 utility]]
 
| logo = [[Image:logoname.jpg]]
 
| logo = [[Image:logoname.jpg]]
| image = International_584_1978.jpg
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| image = Case_IH_585_1985.jpg
 
| image_size = 300
 
| image_size = 300
| image_caption = International 584 utility tractor, 1978
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| image_caption = Case IH 585 utility tractor, 1985
 
| introduced = 1978
 
| introduced = 1978
 
| discontinued = 1985
 
| discontinued = 1985
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| front_linkage =
 
| front_linkage =
| front_tyre = 6.50-16 4-ply
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| front_tyre = 7.50-16 6-ply
| rear_tyre = 14.9-28 6-ply
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| rear_tyre = 16.9-28 6-ply
 
| length = 144"
 
| length = 144"
 
| wheelbase = 78"
 
| wheelbase = 78"

Revision as of 01:44, September 25, 2010

Case IH 585 utility
Case IH 585 1985
Case IH 585 utility tractor, 1985
Model history
Model introduced 1978
Model discontinued 1985
Model status Discontinued
Preceded by International 574 utility
Superseded by Case-International 584 utility
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 shuttle
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 16.9-28 6-ply
Tractor Dimensions
Length (inches/metres) 144"
Width (inches/meters) 72"
Height (inches/meters) 57"
Weight (nominal) lb/kg 4850 lb
Turning circle (nominal) inches/meters 18.4 ft
Wheelbase 78"
Other info
Factories Doncaster, England
Plow rating
Nebraska Tests No. 1313
Approximate Cost new in (year) $11730 (1978) $18490 (1984)
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The Edrob/Case IH 585 utility was a utility 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.

Tractor Comparison

The International 584 utility was built in the Doncaster, England factory. Also built in England, the David Brown 990, the identical Case 990, and the restyled Case 1290 were close matches for the International. The upgraded Case 1294 had slightly more power from a larger engine and more forward speeds and cost over $2000 more than the International in 1984. Another tractor from England was much less expensive than the International. One source listed the Leyland 262 for $11000 in 1984. The American-made Ford 4600 and successor 4610 were good matches for the 584, using a 3-cylinder engine of about the same displacement as the International's 4-cylinder diesel. The American-made Massey Ferguson MF255 matched the power and 1978 price of the International with a larger 4-cylinder engine operating at lower rpms. Its English-built successor, the MF270 used the same engine and matched the 1984 International price. The German-built Deutz D6206 developed more power than the International from a larger 4-cylinder engine and it cost almost $1000 more in 1978. The smaller 3-cylinder Deutz (later Deutz-Fahr) D5207 produced less power and roughly matched the International's 1984 price. Also made in Germany, the John Deere 2240 almost matched the International's price but developed slightly less power with its 3-cylinder engine. In 1983 its replacement, the 2350, developed more power than the International with a bigger 4-cylinder engine but this deluxe model cost over $2000 more than the International in 1984. In 1983 John Deere brought out the 1450 economy model, built by Yanmar in Japan, that was about $2000 cheaper than the International in 1984. Another Japanese manufacturer was Kubota. In 1978 the Kubota model closest to the International 584 in power was the M4500F, using a small 6-cylinder diesel. In 1980 Kubota brought out a larger model that was a better match for the International, the 3-cylinder M5500F, which undercut the price of the International in 1984 by about $3000. Another Japanese tractor with about the same size and power as the International was the 4-cylinder Iseki T6000. The same basic tractor was sold by WFE (White Farm Equipment) as the WFE-Iseki 2-55. Lamborghini, Landini, and Same of Italy also made utility tractors that competed with the International 584. When the 584 was introduced, Fiat of Italy was making the 580 that developed almost as much power as the International with a smaller 3-cylinder engine running at a high (for a tractor) 2700 rpm. The same tractor was later sold as the Hesston 580. Its successor, the 566, undercut the price of the International by about $2500 in 1984. The Allis-Chalmers 5050, based on the Fiat models, also was much cheaper than the International. Zetor from the Czech Republic also built models that competed with the International. By far the cheapest tractors in this power class came from Long, with the tractors built by UTB in Romania, based on old Fiat designs. In 1978 the 4-cylinder Long 560 equaled the power of the International but undercut its price by about $3500. The less-powerful 3-cylinder 510 was less than half the price of the International in 1984, or almost $10000 cheaper.

Make & model Pto hp Cyl. Displ.(ci) RPM Speeds(F/R) Weight(lb) Clear.(in) R Tires Price-$ (year) Yrs.Blt.
International 584 53 4 206 2300 8-4 4850 15 14.9-28 11730 (1978) 18490 (84) 78-85
Allis-Chalmers 5050 51 3 168 2700 8-2(12-3) 4300 20 14.9-28 11784 (78) 16675 (84) 77-84
Case 990 54 4 195 2200 6-2(12-4) 4780 21 16.9-30 10874 (79) 75-79
Case 1290 54 4 195 2200 12-4 5390 21 16.9-30 12615 (80) 20842 (83) 80-83
Case 1294 55 4 219 2200 12-4 5390 15 16.9-30 21885 (84) 84-85
David Brown 990 54 4 195 2200 6-2(12-4) 4230 21 16.9-30 10432 (78) 73-80
Deutz D6206 60 4 230 2050 8-4(12-4) 4660 19 16.9-30 12580 (78) 74-83
Deutz/Deutz-Fahr D5207 51 3 173 2400 8-4 4595 16.9-28 18229 (84) 81-84
Fiat/Hesston 580 52 3 168 2700 8-2(8-8,16-4) 5109 13.6-36 16320 (81) 78-84
Fiat/Hesston 566 51 3 168 2700 12-4(12-12,20-8) 4901 20 14.9-28 16065 (84) 83-84
Ford 4600 All Purpose 52 3 201 2200 8-2 4710 19 14.9-28 11017 (78) 75-81
Ford 4610 53 3 201 2200 8-2(8-4) 4760 19 14.9-28 18326 (84) 82-89
Iseki T6000 53 4 199 16-4 5258 14.9-28 82-87
John Deere 2240 50 3 179 2500 8-4(16-8) 4255 20 13.6-28 11652 (78) 76-82
John Deere 2350 56 4 239 2500 8-4(12-4,16-8) 6490 25 16.9-30 20754 (84) 83-87
John Deere 1450 51 4 190 2400 9-3 4410 20 14.9-28 16309 (84) 84-89
Kubota M4500F 50 6 159 2600 16-4 4220 14.9-28 11500 (79) 78-82
Kubota M5500F 54 3 182 2400 8-2(16-4) 4224 17 16.9-28 15330 (84) 80-84
Lamborghini R603 54 3 173 2300 12-4 4532 17 13.6-28 73-82
Lamborghini 583 ~50 3 173 2300 12-4 4343 17 13.6-28 82-85
Landini 6500 ~55 4 236 2200 12-4 4873 12.4-36 73-83
Leyland 262 53 4 230 2200 10-2 5365 17 16.9-30 11000 (84) 76-84
Long 560 54 4 190 2400 8-2 4570 18 14.9-28 8248 (78) 76-78
Long 510 49 3 165 2400 8-2 3900 18 13.6-28 8674 (79) 79-89
Massey-Ferguson MF255 53 4 236 2000 8-2(12-4) 5850 16 16.9-24 10930 (78) 74-82
Massey-Ferguson MF270 56 4 236 2000 8-2(12-4) 5285 16.9-24 18180 (84) 83-86
Same Minitaurus 60 59 3 190 2200 8-4(14-7) 4564 13.6-28 16829 (84) 72-87
WFE-Iseki 2-55 53 4 199 2200 16-4 5072 14.9-28 16935 (84) 82-89
Zetor 5911 ~50 4 211 2200 10-2 6504 12.4-36 77-80
Zetor 6011 53 4 211 2200 8-2 5313 83

Note: 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 sweptback front axle
  • Hydrostatic power steering
  • ROPS
  • Independent pto
  • Standard tires
    • Front: 6.50-16 4-ply
    • Rear: 14.9-28 6-ply

Options

  • 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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