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| name = [[Farmall 504]]
 
| name = [[Farmall 504]]
 
| logo = [[Image:logoname.jpg]]
 
| logo = [[Image:logoname.jpg]]
| image =
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| image = International_504_Diesel_SFW.jpg
 
| image_size = 300
 
| image_size = 300
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| image_caption = Farmall 504 tricycle with single front wheel and diesel engine
 
| introduced = 1961
 
| introduced = 1961
 
| discontinued = 1968
 
| discontinued = 1968
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| productionno =
 
| productionno =
 
| enginemake = International
 
| enginemake = International
| enginemodel = [[International C-153|C-153]]
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| enginemodel = [[International D-188|D-188]]
| powerhp = 58 engine, 46 pto, 40 drawbar
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| powerhp = 58 engine, 46 pto, 39 drawbar
 
| powerkw =
 
| powerkw =
 
| governedrpm = 2200
 
| governedrpm = 2200
| displacement = 152 ci
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| displacement = 188 ci
 
| cylinders = 4
 
| cylinders = 4
| bore = 3.375"
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| bore = 3.6875"
| stroke = 4.25"
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| stroke = 4.3906"
 
| cooling = Water
 
| cooling = Water
 
| na = NA
 
| na = NA
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| gearsr = 2
 
| gearsr = 2
 
| drive = 2-WD
 
| drive = 2-WD
| fuel_type = [[gasoline]]
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| fuel_type = [[diesel]]
| fuel_cap = 15 gal
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| fuel_cap = 23 gal
 
| linkage_type = Category I 3-point hitch
 
| linkage_type = Category I 3-point hitch
 
| lift_capacity =
 
| lift_capacity =
 
| front_linkage =
 
| front_linkage =
| front_tyre = 6.00-16 4-ply
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| front_tyre = 6.50-16 6-ply single
| rear_tyre = 12.4-38 4-ply
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| rear_tyre = 13.9-36 4-ply
| length = 100"
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| length = 141"
 
| wheelbase = 90"
 
| wheelbase = 90"
 
| width =
 
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Photo: 1962 McCormick Farmall 504 tricycle Plow Rating: 3 HP: 47 pto, 41 drawbar (test) Engine: International C153 ohv 4-cylinder gasoline Compression Ratio: 7.7 Displacement: 152ci RPM: 2,200 Transmission: 10-speed (5-speed with Torque Amplifier 2-speed planetary) Tires: 6.00-16 4-ply front and 13.9-36 4-ply rear Weight: 4,370 lb Price: $3,820 Credit: sales literature
 
   
Photo: 1962 McCormick Farmall 504 Diesel tricycle Plow Rating: 3-4 HP: 47 pto, 40 drawbar Engine: International D188 4-cylinder diesel Compression Ratio: 18.7 Displacement: 188ci RPM: 2,200 Transmission: 10-speed (5-speed x 2-speed planetary Torque Amplifier) Tires: 6.00-16 4-ply front and 12.4-36 4-ply rear Weight: 4,583 lb Price: $4,400 Credit: tractor catalog
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The '''{{PAGENAME}}''' was a row-crop tractor built by [[International Harvester]] from [[1961]] to [[1968]] in the US.
 
Photo: McCormick Farmall 504 Diesel tricycle with single front wheel Plow Rating: 3-4 HP: 47 pto, 40 drawbar Engine: International D188 4-cylinder diesel Compression Ratio: 18.7 Displacement: 188ci RPM: 2,200 Transmission: 10-speed (5-speed with Torque Amplifier 2-speed planetary) Tires: 6.50-16 6-ply single front and 13.9-36 4-ply rear Weight: 4,583 lb Price: $4,400 (1962) Credit: Ed Roberts photo
 
 
Photo: 1965 McCormick Farmall 504 Diesel row crop with adjustable front axle Plow Rating: 3-4 HP: 47 pto, 40 drawbar Engine: International D188 4-cylinder diesel Compression Ratio: 18.7 Displacement: 188ci RPM: 2,200 Transmission: 10-speed (5-speed with Torque Amplifier 2-speed planetary) Tires: 7.5L-15 4-ply front and 13.6-38 6-ply rear Weight: 4,583 lb Price: $4,595 Credit: used tractor ad
 
 
The '''{{PAGENAME}}''' was a row-crop tractor built by [[International Harvester]] from [[1958]] to [[1963]] in the US.
 
   
 
==Model history==
 
==Model history==
 
{{main|International Harvester}}
 
{{main|International Harvester}}
   
The Farmall 504 replaced the 340. The new model had a longer wheelbase and weighed several hundred pounds more. The gasoline engine had a larger bore and longer stroke to increase displacement from 135ci to 152ci. The governed rpm was also increased from 2,000 to 2,200 rpm.
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For high-clearance version see: [[Farmall 504 Hi-Clear]]. For utility version see [[International 504]]. For row-crop utility version see: [[International 504 H-Clear]]
   
The Farmall 504 Diesel replaced the 340 Diesel. The engine was given a longer stroke, increasing displacement from 166ci to 188ci. The bore and stroke were now the same as for the Farmall 560’s diesel engine, making the D188 4-cylinder essentially two-thirds of that 6-cylinder. The power output of the 504 Diesel was 47 pto hp, up from the 40 hp of the 340.
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The [[Farmall 504]] replaced the [[Farmall 340|340]]. The new model had a longer wheelbase and weighed several hundred pounds more. The gasoline engine had a larger bore and longer stroke to increase displacement from 135 ci to 152 ci. The governed rpm was also increased from 2,000 to 2,200 rpm. The diesel engine was given a longer stroke, increasing displacement from 166 ci to 188 ci. The bore and stroke were now the same as for the Farmall 560’s diesel engine, making the [[International D-188]] 4-cylinder essentially two-thirds of that 6-cylinder.
   
 
=== Tractor Comparison, gasoline version ===
 
=== Tractor Comparison, gasoline version ===
The changes boosted the power output substantially, from 35 to 47 pto hp, and made the 504 approximately equal to the Ford 801-series, John Deere 2010, and Minneapolis-Moline 4-Star. The Allis-Chalmers D-15 had less power and the Case 641 had slightly more. The John Deere undercut the price of the Farmall by $420 and it appears that the John Deere also outsold the Farmall by a small margin. 1962 production for the John Deere 1010 was 10,150, including row crop and utility models, gas and diesel. The total production of the Farmall 504 row crop (6,190, gas and diesel) and International 504 Utility (2,875, gas and diesel) came to 9,065. Other manufacturers introduced several new models to this class during the production life of the Farmall 504. The mid-1963 Allis-Chalmers D-15 Series II grew in power to just about equal the Farmall, for a lower price. The mid-1966 Ford 4000 3-cylinder also equaled the Farmall. The 1966 John Deere 2020 moved ahead to 54 pto hp. In 1968 the more-powerful International Farmall 544 replaced the McCormick Farmall 504.
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With 46 pto hp, the Farmall 504 was substantially more powerful than the 35 hp Farmall 340. The changes made the 504 approximately equal to the Ford 901-series, John Deere 2010, Minneapolis-Moline 4-Star, and Oliver 770. The Allis-Chalmers D-15 and Case 541 lagged behind with only 40 hp while the Case 641 had 51 hp. The mid-1963 Allis-Chalmers D-15 Series II grew in power to equal the Farmall. In 1968 the more-powerful Farmall 544 replaced the Farmall 504.
   
 
{| class="wikitable sortable"
 
{| class="wikitable sortable"
 
! Make & model !! Pto hp !! Displace. !! Speeds !! Weight (lb) !! Price-$ (year)
 
! Make & model !! Pto hp !! Displace. !! Speeds !! Weight (lb) !! Price-$ (year)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Farmall 504]] || 46 || 152 || 5-10 || 4370 || 4200 (1967)
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| [[Farmall 504]] || 46 || 152 || 10 || 4370 || 3820 (1962) 4200 (1967)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Allis-Chalmers D14]] || 34 || 149 || 8 || 3623 || 2875 (1957)
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| [[Allis-Chalmers D15]] || 40 || 149 || 8 || 4270 || 3315 (1962)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Allis-Chalmers D15]] || 40 || 159 || 8 || 3985 || 3315 (1962)
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| [[Allis-Chalmers D15 II]] || 46 || 160 || 8 || 4270 || 4432 (1967)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Case 311B]] || 32 || 148 || 4-12 || 3274 || 2546 (1958)
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| [[Case 541]] || 40 || 159 || 4-12 || 3455 || 3495 (1962)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Case 441]] || 33 || 148 || 4-12 || 3530 || 2940 (1962)
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| [[Case 641]] || 51 || 188 || 4-12 || 4315 || 4000 (1962)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Case 541]] || 40 || 159 || 4-12 || 3455 || 3495 (1962)
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| [[Ford 901-Series]] || 47 || 172 || 12 || 3270 ||
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Ford 701-Series]] || 35 || 134 || 4-2 || 3175 || 2670 (1962)
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| [[Ford 4000-Series]] || 46 || 172 || 12 || 3279 || 3815 (1963)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Ford 2000-Series]] || 33 || 134 || 4-2 || 3026 ||
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| [[Ford 4000-Series]] || 46 || 192 || 8 || 3279 || 4417 (1967)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[John Deere 430T]] || 29 || 113 || 4-5 || 3210 || 2560 (1960)
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| [[John Deere 2010RC]] || 46 || 144 || 8 || 4400 || 3400 (1962)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[John Deere 1010RC]] || 36 || 115 || 5 || 3615 || 3360 (1965)
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| [[Minneapolis-Moline 4-Star]] || 44 || 206 || 10 || 4000 || 3300 (1962)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Minneapolis-Moline 335 Universal]] || 33 || 165 || 5-10 || 3481 || 2500 (1958)
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| [[Minneapolis-Moline Jet Star II]] || 44 || 206 || 10 || 3370 || 3445 (1963)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Oliver Super 66]] || 35 || 144 || 6 || 2945 || 2720 (1958)
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| [[Minneapolis-Moline Jet Star III]] || 44 || 206 || 10 || 3430 || 3836 (1967)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Oliver 660]] || 40 || 155 || 6 || 3362 || 3000 (1962)
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| [[Oliver 770]] || 48 || 216 || 6 || 4686 || 3750 (1962)
 
|}
 
|}
   
 
=== Tractor Comparison, diesel version ===
 
=== Tractor Comparison, diesel version ===
The Farmall 504 Diesel was very competitive in 1962 with the Case 631, Ford 901-series, John Deere 2010, and Minneapolis-Moline Jet Star and 4-Star and later with newer Minneapolis-Moline Jet Star II and Jet Star III and Ford 4000 3-cylinder. However, the John Deere 2020 moved ahead with 54 pto hp from its larger 203ci engine running at a higher 2,500 rpm. International responded in 1968 with the more-powerful Farmall 544.
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The Farmall 504 diesel was very competitive in 1961-62 with the Case 631, Ford 901-series and 4000, John Deere 2010, Massey Ferguson MF65, and Minneapolis-Moline 4-Star. Allis-Chalmers bracketed the Farmall with the smaller, less powerful D-15 and considerably larger D-17. The Oliver 770 was slightly heavier, more powerful, and expensive and it was eventually replaced by the still more powerful 1550. In mid-1968 International replaced the Farmall 504 with the more powerful 544, which competed with the Oliver 1550 as well as the John Deere 2510 and Allis-Chalmers One-Seventy.
   
 
{| class="wikitable sortable"
 
{| class="wikitable sortable"
 
! Make & model !! Pto hp !! Displace. !! Speeds !! Weight (lb) !! Price-$ (year)
 
! Make & model !! Pto hp !! Displace. !! Speeds !! Weight (lb) !! Price-$ (year)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Farmall 504]] || 46 || 188 || 5-10 || 4583 || 4765 (1967)
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| [[Farmall 504]] || 46 || 188 || 10 || 4553 || 4400 (1962 4765 (1967)
 
|-
 
|-
 
| [[Allis-Chalmers D15]] || 37 || 174 || 8 || 4220 || 3950 (1960)
 
| [[Allis-Chalmers D15]] || 37 || 174 || 8 || 4220 || 3950 (1960)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Case 531]] || 41 || 188 || 4-12 || 3600 || 3975 (1962)
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| [[Allis-Chalmers D15 II]] || 37 || 174 || 8 || 4270 || 5035 (1967)
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|-
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| [[Allis-Chalmers D17 III]] || 53 || 262 || 8 || 5570 || 5309 (1963)
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|-
  +
| [[Allis-Chalmers D17 IV]] || 53 || 262 || 8 || 5570 || 5975 (1967)
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|-
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| [[Case 631]] || 49 || 188 || 12 || 4465 || 4600 (1962)
 
|-
 
|-
 
| [[Ford 901-Series]] || 45 || 172 || 5 || 3450 ||
 
| [[Ford 901-Series]] || 45 || 172 || 5 || 3450 ||
 
|-
 
|-
| [[John Deere 1010RC]] || 36 || 145 || 5 || 3700 || 2880 (1962)
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| [[Ford 4000]] || 44 || 172 || 12 || 3280 || 3900 (1962)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[John Deere 2010RC]] || 47 || 165 || 8 || 4600 || 3950 (1962)
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| [[Ford 4000]] || 46 || 201 || 8 || 4450 || 4669 (1967)
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|-
  +
| [[John Deere 2010RC]] || 47 || 165 || 8 || 4700 || 3950 (1962)
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|-
  +
| [[Massey-Ferguson MF65]] || 49 || 204 || 6 || 4120 ||
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|-
  +
| [[Massey-Ferguson MF65 Dieselmatic]] || 51 || 204 || 12 || 4120 || 4410 (1963)
 
|-
 
|-
 
| [[Minneapolis-Moline 4-Star]] || 44 || 206 || 10 || 4000 || 3935 (1962)
 
| [[Minneapolis-Moline 4-Star]] || 44 || 206 || 10 || 4000 || 3935 (1962)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Minneapolis-Moline Jet Star]] || 45 || 206 || 10 || 4600 || 4000 (1962)
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| [[Minneapolis-Moline Jet Star II]] || 44 || 206 || 10 || 3770 || 4125 (1963)
  +
|-
  +
| [[Minneapolis-Moline Jet Star III]] || 45 || 206 || 10 || 3940 || 4595 (1967)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Oliver 660]] || 41 || 155 || 6 || 3378 || 3420 (1962)
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| [[Oliver 770]] || 50 || 216 || 6 || 4864 || 4620 (1962)
 
|}
 
|}
   
 
=== Timeline ===
 
=== Timeline ===
*1958 - [[Farmall 340]] introduced with gasoline engine
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*1961 - [[Farmall 504]] introduced to eventually replace [[Farmall 340]]
*1960 - Diesel version added
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*1968 - [[Farmall 544]] replaced Farmall 504
*1963 - [[Farmall 504]] replaced Farmall 340
 
   
 
=== Factory locations ===
 
=== Factory locations ===
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*Standard tires
 
*Standard tires
 
**Front: 6.00-16 4-ply
 
**Front: 6.00-16 4-ply
**Rear: 12.4-36 4-ply; 12.4-38 (1965)
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**Rear: 12.4-38 4-ply
   
 
===Options===
 
===Options===
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*Hydrostatic power steering
 
*Hydrostatic power steering
 
*2-point "Fast Hitch" in place of 3-point hitch
 
*2-point "Fast Hitch" in place of 3-point hitch
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*Category II 3-point hitch
 
*Optional tires
 
*Optional tires
**Front: 7.50-10 single
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**Front: 5.00-15 or 5.50-16 4-ply, 6.50-16 or 7.50-10 single
**Rear:
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**Rear: 12.4-36 or 13.9-36 4-ply, 13.6-38 6-ply
   
 
==Serial numbers version)==
 
==Serial numbers version)==
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! Year !! Serial no. run<br />start<ref name=I&T>"Implement & Tractor Red Book Issue 1981", p.A-250</ref> !! Serial no. run<br />End !! Number Built !! Notes
 
! Year !! Serial no. run<br />start<ref name=I&T>"Implement & Tractor Red Book Issue 1981", p.A-250</ref> !! Serial no. run<br />End !! Number Built !! Notes
 
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| 1961 || 501 || 809 || || Production calculated from serial no. range
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| 1961 || 501 || 809 || 309 || Production calculated from serial no. range
 
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| 1962 || 810 || 6999 || 6190 ||
 
| 1962 || 810 || 6999 || 6190 ||
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| 1964 || 7732 || 10695 || 2964 ||
 
| 1964 || 7732 || 10695 || 2964 ||
 
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| 1965 || 10697 || 13595 || 2900 ||
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| 1965 || 10697 || 13595 || 2899 ||
 
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| 1966 || 13596 || 15112 || 1517 ||
 
| 1966 || 13596 || 15112 || 1517 ||
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| 1967 || 15113 || 16114 || 1002 ||
 
| 1967 || 15113 || 16114 || 1002 ||
 
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|-
| 1968 || 16115 || || || Last built
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| 1968 || 16115 || 16175<ref name=Baumheckel>Baumheckel, Ralph and Borghoff, Kent, ''International Farm Equipment Product History'', American Society of Agricultural Engineers, St. Joseph, Michigan, 1997</ref> || 61 || Last built
 
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|-
|colspan=3 |'''Total''' built || ||
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|colspan=3 |'''Total''' built || 15674 ||
 
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|}
   
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{{PML_Farmall 340}}
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{{PML_Farmall 504}}
   
 
== Gallery ==
 
== Gallery ==
 
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<gallery captionalign="left">
 
<gallery captionalign="left">
Farmall 340_wide_1958.jpg|Farmall 340 gasoline with adjustable front axle, 6.00-16 front and 13.9-36 rear tires|link=Farmall 340
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Farmall_504_dual.jpg|Farmall 504 with dual front wheels, gasoline engine, from used tractor ad|link=Farmall 504
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Farmall_504_Diesel_WF750-15 13.6-38.JPG|Farmall 504 with adjustable front axle and diesel engine, 7.5L-15 front and 13.6-38 rear tires|link=Farmall 504
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Farmall_504_LPG_1962.jpg|Farmall 504 with dual front wheels and LPG engine|link=Farmall 504
 
</gallery>
 
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* [[Case IH]]
 
* [[Case IH]]
 
* [[Farmall]]
 
* [[Farmall]]
* [[International 340]]
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* [[Farmall 340]]
* [[International 330]]
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* [[International 504]]
* [[Farmall 240]]
 
 
;Collection related info
 
;Collection related info
 
* [[Shows and Meets]] - events featuring tractors and other machinery
 
* [[Shows and Meets]] - events featuring tractors and other machinery

Latest revision as of 05:46, August 20, 2010

Farmall 504
International 504 Diesel SFW
Farmall 504 tricycle with single front wheel and diesel engine
Model history
Model introduced 1961
Model discontinued 1968
Model status Discontinued
Preceded by Farmall 340
Superseded by Farmall 544
Engine Specification
Engine make International
Engine model D-188
Fuel type diesel
Power hp 58 engine, 46 pto, 39 drawbar
Governed rpm 2200
Displacement cu in /(litre) 188 ci
No. of Cylinders 4
Bore in (mm) 3.6875"
Stroke in (mm) 4.3906"
Cooling system Water
Naturally aspirated, Turbo or Supercharged NA
Transmission Details
Transmission type 5-speed sliding gear plus 2-speed planetary
Gearbox make International
Forward 10
Reverse 2
Drive 2-WD
General Data
Linkage Category Category I 3-point hitch
Tyre Sizes (std/options)
Front 6.50-16 6-ply single
Rear 13.9-36 4-ply
Tractor Dimensions
Length (inches/metres) 141"
Height (inches/meters) 74"
Weight (nominal) lb/kg 4370 lb
Turning circle (nominal) inches/meters 16 ft
Wheelbase 90"
Other info
Plow rating 3-14"
Nebraska Tests No. 819
Approximate Cost new in (year) $3820 (1962), $4200 (1968)
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The Edrob/Farmall 504 was a row-crop tractor built by International Harvester from 1961 to 1968 in the US.

Model historyEdit

Main article: International Harvester

For high-clearance version see: Farmall 504 Hi-Clear. For utility version see International 504. For row-crop utility version see: International 504 H-Clear

The Farmall 504 replaced the 340. The new model had a longer wheelbase and weighed several hundred pounds more. The gasoline engine had a larger bore and longer stroke to increase displacement from 135 ci to 152 ci. The governed rpm was also increased from 2,000 to 2,200 rpm. The diesel engine was given a longer stroke, increasing displacement from 166 ci to 188 ci. The bore and stroke were now the same as for the Farmall 560’s diesel engine, making the International D-188 4-cylinder essentially two-thirds of that 6-cylinder.

Tractor Comparison, gasoline version Edit

With 46 pto hp, the Farmall 504 was substantially more powerful than the 35 hp Farmall 340. The changes made the 504 approximately equal to the Ford 901-series, John Deere 2010, Minneapolis-Moline 4-Star, and Oliver 770. The Allis-Chalmers D-15 and Case 541 lagged behind with only 40 hp while the Case 641 had 51 hp. The mid-1963 Allis-Chalmers D-15 Series II grew in power to equal the Farmall. In 1968 the more-powerful Farmall 544 replaced the Farmall 504.

Make & model Pto hp Displace. Speeds Weight (lb) Price-$ (year)
Farmall 504 46 152 10 4370 3820 (1962) 4200 (1967)
Allis-Chalmers D15 40 149 8 4270 3315 (1962)
Allis-Chalmers D15 II 46 160 8 4270 4432 (1967)
Case 541 40 159 4-12 3455 3495 (1962)
Case 641 51 188 4-12 4315 4000 (1962)
Ford 901-Series 47 172 12 3270
Ford 4000-Series 46 172 12 3279 3815 (1963)
Ford 4000-Series 46 192 8 3279 4417 (1967)
John Deere 2010RC 46 144 8 4400 3400 (1962)
Minneapolis-Moline 4-Star 44 206 10 4000 3300 (1962)
Minneapolis-Moline Jet Star II 44 206 10 3370 3445 (1963)
Minneapolis-Moline Jet Star III 44 206 10 3430 3836 (1967)
Oliver 770 48 216 6 4686 3750 (1962)

Tractor Comparison, diesel version Edit

The Farmall 504 diesel was very competitive in 1961-62 with the Case 631, Ford 901-series and 4000, John Deere 2010, Massey Ferguson MF65, and Minneapolis-Moline 4-Star. Allis-Chalmers bracketed the Farmall with the smaller, less powerful D-15 and considerably larger D-17. The Oliver 770 was slightly heavier, more powerful, and expensive and it was eventually replaced by the still more powerful 1550. In mid-1968 International replaced the Farmall 504 with the more powerful 544, which competed with the Oliver 1550 as well as the John Deere 2510 and Allis-Chalmers One-Seventy.

Make & model Pto hp Displace. Speeds Weight (lb) Price-$ (year)
Farmall 504 46 188 10 4553 4400 (1962 4765 (1967)
Allis-Chalmers D15 37 174 8 4220 3950 (1960)
Allis-Chalmers D15 II 37 174 8 4270 5035 (1967)
Allis-Chalmers D17 III 53 262 8 5570 5309 (1963)
Allis-Chalmers D17 IV 53 262 8 5570 5975 (1967)
Case 631 49 188 12 4465 4600 (1962)
Ford 901-Series 45 172 5 3450
Ford 4000 44 172 12 3280 3900 (1962)
Ford 4000 46 201 8 4450 4669 (1967)
John Deere 2010RC 47 165 8 4700 3950 (1962)
Massey-Ferguson MF65 49 204 6 4120
Massey-Ferguson MF65 Dieselmatic 51 204 12 4120 4410 (1963)
Minneapolis-Moline 4-Star 44 206 10 4000 3935 (1962)
Minneapolis-Moline Jet Star II 44 206 10 3770 4125 (1963)
Minneapolis-Moline Jet Star III 45 206 10 3940 4595 (1967)
Oliver 770 50 216 6 4864 4620 (1962)

Timeline Edit

Factory locations Edit

SpecificationEdit

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  • C-153 4-cylinder gasoline engine
  • 5-speed transmission with Torque Amplifier 2-speed planetary gearbox
  • Dual front wheels
  • Lights
  • Independent pto
  • Category I 3-point hitch with traction control
  • Standard tires
    • Front: 6.00-16 4-ply
    • Rear: 12.4-38 4-ply

OptionsEdit

  • LPG engine
  • D-188 4-cylinder diesel engine
  • 5-speed transmission (without Torque Amplifier)
  • Forward-reverse shuttle (not available with Torque Amplifier)
  • Single front wheel
  • Adjustable front axle
  • Power adjusted rear wheels
  • "Hydra-Touch" hydraulic valves
  • Hydrostatic power steering
  • 2-point "Fast Hitch" in place of 3-point hitch
  • Category II 3-point hitch
  • Optional tires
    • Front: 5.00-15 or 5.50-16 4-ply, 6.50-16 or 7.50-10 single
    • Rear: 12.4-36 or 13.9-36 4-ply, 13.6-38 6-ply

Serial numbers version)Edit

Year Serial no. run
start[1]
Serial no. run
End
Number Built Notes
1961 501 809 309 Production calculated from serial no. range
1962 810 6999 6190
1963 7000 7731 732
1964 7732 10695 2964
1965 10697 13595 2899
1966 13596 15112 1517
1967 15113 16114 1002
1968 16115 16175[2] 61 Last built
Total built 15674

PreservationEdit

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Gallery Edit

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See alsoEdit

Collection related info
  • Shows and Meets - events featuring tractors and other machinery
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References/sourcesEdit

  1. "Implement & Tractor Red Book Issue 1981", p.A-250
  2. Baumheckel, Ralph and Borghoff, Kent, International Farm Equipment Product History, American Society of Agricultural Engineers, St. Joseph, Michigan, 1997

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