WEFOUNDInternational Farmall 666 Dsl Engine Only Parts Manual


Ok this might be a question for Mr. burmuda Ken ... Why did International use the model number 666 ? I know not the best number to use for Biblical reasons too but I just wouldn't think that would have been good marketing on IH's part. Did this draw any bad publicity ? Did the IH 666 sell well ? IH made this tractor from 1972 to 1976 so not a real long production run but longer than some tractors. Just a thought.

Have to agree. If someone wanted to force me to wear it on my arm or forehead I would be concerned. But that number appears everyday in all sorts of mathematical equations. If your employer or someone else is going to write you a check for $666. are you going to turn it down?

Have not heard a whole lot bad about them but as far as a shorter production run I'm gonna guess that when the 656 came out it could still be the heavy hitter or main heavy tillage tractor for a lot of farms and was small enough to do the small jobs easily too. By the time the 666 came out I'm gonna speculate that guys needed more horsepower for the "big" tractor and the 9's and 10's could also do a lot of the smaller jobs yet so why buy th 6 when the 9 or 10 was just a little more expensive and the horsepower gains significant.

Ok this might be a question for Mr. burmuda Ken ... Why did International use the model number 666 ? I know not the best number to use for Biblical reasons too but I just wouldn't think that would have been good marketing on IH's part. Did this draw any bad publicity ? Did the IH 666 sell well ? IH made this tractor from 1972 to 1976 so not a real long production run but longer than some tractors. Just a thought.

Have to agree. If someone wanted to force me to wear it on my arm or forehead I would be concerned. But that number appears everyday in all sorts of mathematical equations. If your employer or someone else is going to write you a check for $666. are you going to turn it down?

Have not heard a whole lot bad about them but as far as a shorter production run I'm gonna guess that when the 656 came out it could still be the heavy hitter or main heavy tillage tractor for a lot of farms and was small enough to do the small jobs easily too. By the time the 666 came out I'm gonna speculate that guys needed more horsepower for the "big" tractor and the 9's and 10's could also do a lot of the smaller jobs yet so why buy th 6 when the 9 or 10 was just a little more expensive and the horsepower gains significant.

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