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    Waterloo Boy N

    Waterloo Boy N tractor photo
    1917 - 1924
    Standard-tread tractor
    Previous model:Waterloo Boy R
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    The "N" was in production at the Waterloo Engine Company when, in 1918, it became the John Deere Tractor Company. When Nebraska created its tractor testing program, the "N" was the first to be tested.
     

    Production:

    Manufacturer:John Deere
    Factory:Waterloo, Iowa, USA
    Total built:21,392
    Original price (USD):$1,050 (1921)
     

    Waterloo Boy N Engine:

       Waterloo Gasoline Engine Company 7.6L 2-cyl kerosene
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    Capacity:

    Fuel:20 gal [75.7 L]
    Aux. fuel:1 gal [3.8 L]
     

    Dimensions & Tires:

    Weight:6,183 lbs [2804 kg]
    Front tire:28
    Rear tire:52
    full dimensions and tires ...
     

    N Serial Numbers:

    1917: 8378
    1918: 10221
    1919: 13461
    1920: 18924
    1921: 27026
    1922: 27812
    1923: 28119
    1924: 29520
    Final: 31412

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    Waterloo Boy N Power:

    Drawbar (claimed):12 hp [8.9 kW]
    Belt (claimed):25 hp [18.6 kW]
    Plows:3 (14-inch)
    Drawbar (tested):15.98 hp [11.9 kW]
    Belt (tested):25.97 hp [19.4 kW]
    power test details ...
     

    Mechanical:

    Chassis:4x2 2WD
    Steering:manual chain and capstan
     manual
    Brakes:manual
    Cab:Open operator station with steel pan seat. Optional steel canopy.
     

    Electrical:

    Charging system:magneto ignition
     

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