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Wallis Bear

Wallis Bear tractor photo
1910 - 1914

Information on the Wallis Bear is limited and conflicting. It appears the Bear name may have been used on a variety of Wallis tractors going back to 1902, with a claim of 40 to 80 belt horsepower. The basic three-wheel configuration is the same. One Wallis Bear survives today, from a nine or ten tractor production run that occured around 1912.


Manufacturer:J.I. Case Plow Works
Factory:Cleveland, Ohio, USA
 Racine, Wisconsin, USA

Wallis Bear Engines:

   Wallis 0.0L 4-cyl gasoline
   Wallis 24.3L 4-cyl gasoline
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Fuel:60 gal [227.1 L]

Dimensions & Tires:

Weight:16,000 lbs [7257 kg]
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Bear Serial Numbers:

- Serial numbers unknown -


Wallis Bear: article on the only surviving Bear, at Farm Collector

Wallis Bear Power:

Drawbar (claimed):30 hp [22.4 kW]
Belt (claimed):50 hp [37.3 kW]


Chassis:3x2 2WD
Steering:mechanical power assist
Cab:Open operator station, optional canopy.

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Last update:January 29, 2012
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