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Allis Chalmers D15 - tests

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1960 - 1968   D Series
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Nebraska Tractor Test 795:

Test Date:May 12 - 23, 1961
Type:Gasoline 8-speed 2WD
PTO power (rated engine speed):40.00 hp [29.8 kW]
PTO fuel use (engine speed):3.4 gal/hour [12.9 l/hour]
PTO power (rated PTO speed):33.85 hp [25.2 kW]
PTO fuel use (PTO speed):2.8 gal/hour [10.6 l/hour]
Drawbar power (max):35.33 hp [26.3 kW]
Drawbar fuel use (max):3.4 gal/hour [12.9 l/hour]
Drawbar pull (max):5,605 lbs [2542 kg]
Max pull gear:1-Low
Test report:PDF file
 

Nebraska Tractor Test 796:

Test Date:May 12 - 26, 1961
Type:Diesel 8-speed 2WD
PTO power (rated engine speed):36.51 hp [27.2 kW]
PTO fuel use (engine speed):2.9 gal/hour [11.0 l/hour]
PTO power (rated PTO speed):34.36 hp [25.6 kW]
PTO fuel use (PTO speed):2.5 gal/hour [9.5 l/hour]
Drawbar power (max):33.32 hp [24.8 kW]
Drawbar fuel use (max):3.0 gal/hour [11.4 l/hour]
Drawbar pull (max):5,737 lbs [2602 kg]
Max pull gear:1-Low
Test report:PDF file
 

Nebraska Tractor Test 797:

Test Date:May 12 - 26, 1961
Type:LP gas 8-speed 2WD
PTO power (rated engine speed):37.44 hp [27.9 kW]
PTO fuel use (engine speed):4.0 gal/hour [15.1 l/hour]
PTO power (rated PTO speed):30.83 hp [23.0 kW]
PTO fuel use (PTO speed):3.3 gal/hour [12.5 l/hour]
Drawbar power (max):33.21 hp [24.8 kW]
Drawbar fuel use (max):4.0 gal/hour [15.1 l/hour]
Drawbar pull (max):5,668 lbs [2571 kg]
Max pull gear:1-Low
Test report:PDF file
 

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