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McCormick-Deering AW-7

McCormick-Deering AW-7 tractor photo
1957 - 1960
Standard-tread tractor
Previous model:McCormick-Deering Super AW-6
Next model:McCormick-Deering A554

The AW-7 models were a unique Australian evolution of the earlier AW-6 models. The AW-7 was the standard tread version of the Farmall AM-7 and a cousin to the US-built International W-400 and British-built McCormick International B-450. There were two models, the AW-7 diesel and AW-7 kerosene. The AW-7 diesel was sometimes called the "AWD-7", although this was not the official name.


Manufacturer:International Harvester
Factory:Geelong, Australia


AWD-7:diesel engine

McCormick-Deering AW-7 Engines:

   International Harvester 4.3L 4-cyl diesel
   International Harvester 4.3L 4-cyl kerosene
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3-Point Hitch:

Rear Type:II

Power Take-off (PTO):

Rear RPM:540 (1375)

Dimensions & Tires:

Wheelbase:76.5 inches [194 cm]
Weight:7735 to 8540 pounds
Front tire:7.50x16
Rear tire:14.00x30
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AW-7 Serial Numbers:

1957: 8901 (kerosene)
1957-Final: 8966 (kerosene)
1958: 706 (kerosene)
1959: 1633 (kerosene)
1960: 2975 (kerosene)
Final: 4941 (kerosene)
1957: 1067 (diesel)
1958-Final: 1604 (diesel)

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McCormick-Deering AW-7 Power:

Drawbar (claimed):44.6 hp [33.3 kW]
Belt (claimed):48.8 hp [36.4 kW]


Chassis:4x2 2WD
Steering:power assisted, enclosed worm and gear
Cab:Open operator station.


Pressure:1200 psi [82.7 bar]
Pump flow:10 gpm [37.9 lpm]

Belt Pulley:

Diameter:11 inches [27 cm]
Width:7.5 inches [19 cm]


Kerosene Number:1
Diesel Number:2

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