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    International Harvester Farmall

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    1924 - 1932
    Row-Crop tractor
    Next model:Farmall F-20

    Originally named simply the "Farmall", this original model later became unofficially known as the "Regular" after the improved Farmall F-20 was introduced. The Farmall was the first successful row-crop tractor design and its design dominated North American tractors for the following fifty years.


    Manufacturer:International Harvester
    Factory:Chicago, Illinois, USA
     Rock Island, Illinois, USA
    Total built:134,650


    Fairway:wide steel wheels for turf

    International Harvester Farmall Engine:

       International Harvester 3.6L 4-cyl gasoline
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    Fuel:13 gal [49.2 L]
    Aux. fuel:0.86 gal [3.3 L]

    Power Take-off (PTO):

    Rear PTO:transmission
    Rear RPM:535

    Dimensions & Tires:

    Weight:4,000 lbs [1814 kg]
    Front tire:25x4
    Rear tire:40x6
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    Farmall Serial Numbers:

    Location:Tractor tool box.
    1924: 501
    1925: 701
    1926: 1539
    1927: 5969
    1928: 15471
    1929: 40370
    1930: 75691
    1931: 117784
    1932: 131872

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    International Harvester Farmall Power:

    Drawbar (tested):13.27 hp [9.9 kW]
    Belt (tested):20.05 hp [15.0 kW]
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    Chassis:4x2 2WD
    Steering:manual with automatic engagement of turning brakes
    Cab:Open operator's seat

    Belt Pulley:

    Diameter:14 inches [35 cm]
    Width:6.5 inches [16 cm]

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    Last update:October 2, 2014
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