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Farmall 504 - tests

Farmall 504 tractor photo
1961 - 1968
Row-Crop tractor
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Nebraska Tractor Test 816:

504 fuel use from test 816
Test Date:May 3 - 16, 1962
Type:Diesel Torque Amplifier 2WD
PTO power (rated engine speed):45.99 hp [34.3 kW]
PTO fuel use (engine speed):3.1 gal/hour [11.7 l/hour]
PTO power (rated PTO speed):44.94 hp [33.5 kW]
PTO fuel use (PTO speed):3.1 gal/hour [11.7 l/hour]
Drawbar power (max):38.90 hp [29.0 kW]
Drawbar fuel use (max):3.0 gal/hour [11.4 l/hour]
Drawbar pull (max):6,271 lbs [2844 kg]
Max pull gear:1
Test report:PDF file
 

Nebraska Tractor Test 819:

504 fuel use from test 819
Test Date:May 17, 1962 - June 6, 1972
Type:Gasoline Torque Amplifier 2WD
PTO power (rated engine speed):46.20 hp [34.5 kW]
PTO fuel use (engine speed):3.7 gal/hour [14.0 l/hour]
PTO power (rated PTO speed):44.05 hp [32.8 kW]
PTO fuel use (PTO speed):3.6 gal/hour [13.6 l/hour]
Drawbar power (max):40.41 hp [30.1 kW]
Drawbar fuel use (max):3.7 gal/hour [14.0 l/hour]
Drawbar pull (max):6,111 lbs [2771 kg]
Max pull gear:1
Test report:PDF file
 

Nebraska Tractor Test 820:

504 fuel use from test 820
Test Date:May 17 - June 9, 1962
Type:LP gas Torque Amplifier 2WD
PTO power (rated engine speed):44.36 hp [33.1 kW]
PTO fuel use (engine speed):4.9 gal/hour [18.5 l/hour]
PTO power (rated PTO speed):41.21 hp [30.7 kW]
PTO fuel use (PTO speed):4.4 gal/hour [16.7 l/hour]
Drawbar power (max):40.17 hp [30.0 kW]
Drawbar fuel use (max):5.0 gal/hour [18.9 l/hour]
Drawbar pull (max):6,178 lbs [2802 kg]
Max pull gear:1
Test report:PDF file
 

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